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Cahaba River
National Wildlife Refuge

P.O. Box 5087
Anniston, AL   36205
E-mail: cahabariver@fws.gov
Phone Number: 256-848-7085
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The Cahaba hosts the largest remaining stand of the imperiled and beautiful Cahaba lily
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Fishing opportunities abound in the Cahaba River. Fish species sought by local anglers include, catfish, bass, and sunfish. There are numerous access points on the river and one unimproved ramp on the Refuge suitable for small jon boats or canoes. This access is located on the right off of CR 24 just before you come to Piper bridge heading east.

Wildlife Observation
Wildlife Observation and Photography - Public use opportunities are limited due to the newness of the Refuge but Refuge visitors can access the Refuge and observe wildlife both on land and from the water. Canoeing on the Cahaba is a popular summer pastime.

Outdoor facilities are open daily, dawn to dusk (year-round).

Entrance Fees
There is no entrance fee for use of the Refuge.

Use Fees
All Refuge activities are free to the public.
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