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Lakepoint State Park, Alabama

Known as "The Bass Capital of the World," we have a feeling it won't be hard to snag a prize catch on the shores of Lakepoint State Park. Take advantage of the 45,000-acre Lake Eufala by parking your Read more...
Known as "The Bass Capital of the World," we have a feeling it won't be hard to snag a prize catch on the shores of Lakepoint State Park. Take advantage of the 45,000-acre Lake Eufala by parking your boated beauty at the marina, then make a pitstop for a well-deserved drink at the full-service bar and lounge. Tennis courts, a golf course, and a swimming complex will appeal to those looking for a resort feel, and outdoor junkies will love the expansive hiking trails and modern campgrounds. Keep an eye out for alligators and osprey, where Alabama's Wiregrass Birding Trail provides the perfect window for wildlife moments. With three dining options onsite to choose from, and some finger-lickin' BBQ, we think pleased and plump will describe your food options here. Not far from downtown Eufala and Columbus either, the world will be your oyster.
Lakepoint Campground
Let’s be real: Lakepoint State Park might boast that the best thing about it is the “resort lodge,”...
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