Lake Jordan

The wildest stretch of the Coosa River began about 14 miles north of Wetumpka and ended at the bridge that linked the two sides of town. So great were the falls and standing waves that you could hear the water roar a mile from the stream. “Devil’s Staircase,” as it was known, is where Jordan Dam would be completed in 1928.
Forty years later, a second dam was constructed on Jordan Lake, Walter Bouldin Dam. Bouldin Dam has the largest generating capacity of Alabama Power’s hydro facilities and is unusual in design because it was built on a canal.

For lake levels, fishing spots and important information about Lake Jordan, visit Alabama Power Shorelines.

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Jordan’s Journey

A 60-acre day-use area on the shores of Lake Jordan. This trail was completed in 2020 and connects to the Swayback Bridge Trail.

Key features of this site include unique gazebos, benches, fishing piers, and over 3 miles of rolling trails.

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Amenities at Jordan

Rotary Point Boat Launch

Recreation Facilities RAMP PICNIC SWIM BANK FISHING FISHING PIER HIKING ACCESSIBLE HUNTING PLAYGROUND DIRECTIONS
Bonner’s Point Boat Ramp ✔️ ✔️ MAP
Rotary Point Boat Ramp ✔️ ✔️ MAP
Rotary Point Fishing Piers ✔️ MAP
Jordan Picnic Area ✔️ MAP
Jordan Dam Tailrace Fishing Area ✔️ ✔️ MAP
East Side Tailrace Fishing Access ✔️ ✔️ MAP
Jordan Mgmt Area ✔️ ✔️ MAP
Jordan’s Journey ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ MAP

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