Due to Alabama's COVID-19 state of emergency, all Alabama Power lake offices are temporarily closed. Our focus is and will always be safety first and to maintain the well-being and health of our customers, employees and communities. Go here to learn more, including how you can still request permits.
Alabama Power and a team of project partners cut the ribbon on a new public-use pavilion and fish weigh station at Beeswax Landing on Lay Lake during the Nov. 1 Alabama B.A.S.S. Nation High School Classic. B.A.S.S., the Alabama Department...
Year-round rainbow trout fishing below Smith Lake is reeling in anglers. Finding a spot to reel in rainbow trout year-round in Alabama can be a challenge, but one location in north Alabama provides the fish with an adequate habitat for...
Simply put, personal flotation devices can save lives. Remember, a personal flotation device floats; people don’t.
Alabama Power has donated property for primitive campsites and bypasses around company dams, paving the way for the Tallapoosa River to be added to the Alabama Scenic River Trail (ASRT).
Alabama Power’s day-use parks allow visitors to see all the lakes have to offer
Life is a lot like casting a line into the water