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Open Woods Weeks Allowing Increased Access to Forever Wild’s Sipsey River Complex Continues in August and September

By  | August 5, 2019 | Filed under: News

MONTGOMERY-Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources State Lands Division announces four Open Woods Weeks at the Forever Wild Sipsey River Complex located in Tuscaloosa County near Buhl, Ala.Many visitors took advantage of the Sipsey Complex on June 21-30 and  July 19-28.

The next opportunity to enjoy the Sipsey will be August 9-18, and September 6-15, 2019. On those dates, the main gate will be open from 4 p.m. on Friday and remain open through the following week until 4 p.m. on Sunday.

During Open Woods Weeks, the public can drive into the property along the main gravel road leading from the Jack’s Drive parking area to the south gate. Due to seasonal wet conditions and activities related to public hunting opportunities, the gates remain closed to vehicular traffic at other times during the year.

This Forever Wild outdoor recreation area features 7,155 acres of beautiful bottomland forest along the Sipsey River available for canoeing, birding, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, biking, picnicking and wildlife photography. For those wanting to hike, bike or horseback ride during the Open Woods Weeks, be mindful of increased vehicular traffic.

In the event the Sipsey River is out of its banks and flooding the roads, the dates will be rescheduled. Please visit www.alabamaforeverwild.com/sipsey-river-complex for scheduling updates and additional information about the Forever Wild Sipsey River Complex, including directions and an interactive map.

Media Release/Outdoor Alabama 

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