OUR LAKES

Lake Mitchell

From its headwaters in Georgia and Tennessee the Coosa flows to Alabama where a series of impoundments cover the magnificent shoals that so famously dominated the Coosa in the steamboat era. Those impoundments created six large lakes, Weiss, Neely Henry, Logan Martin, Lay, Mitchell & Jordan, that are a major part of life on the Coosa and where tens of thousands of people live in lake homes, fish and swim.

WEISS

Neely Henry

LAY

MITCHELL

JORDAN

Lake Mitchell

EST. 1923

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Lake Mitchell is the second oldest and shortest lake on the Coosa. The west bank of Lake Mitchell is fairly developed and part of Chilton County. The east bank of Lake Mitchell is fairly undeveloped and part of Coosa County. Lake Mitchell Home Owner’s and Boat Owner’s Association is a partner group of ours on this lake and we encourage you to join them if you have a place on Lake Mitchell.

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  • ROCKFORD
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  • WALNUT
  • Weogufka
  • YELLOW LEAF
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  • Cargile Creek
  • Hatchet Creek
  • Walnut Creek
  • Weogufka Creek
  • Yellow Leaf Creek
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  • Rockford
  • Verbena
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  • Higgins Ferry
  • Hatchet Creek Forever Wild
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