Ed Lisenby Public Lake and Walking Trail

Street address: 

707 Myrtle Dr.
Ozark, AL 36361

Open daylight hours; call for winter schedule.

c/o Recreation Director, City of Ozark, P.O. Box 1186
Ozark, AL 36361


365 acres (92 water). One of top bass fishing lakes in Alabama. Picnicking, concessions, 3.1-mi./5-km walking trail, boat rental, fishing licenses, pavilion. Also: Sam Dale Park and Monument. Educational field trips, family reunions, tournaments.

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