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Coosa County's primary public boat launch on Lake Mitchell. The site offers restrooms, grills and picnic tables
The Coosa WMA (Wildlife Management Area) offers outstanding birding opportunities. The Double Bridges location is on Hatchet Creek at Lake Mitchell, and offers access to a trail that is currently approx. 11.0 miles long for a 22.0 mile hike in and out. There are two trailheads. Two primitive campsites are located along the trail.
Coosa Wildlife Management Area – Over 17,000 acres of undeveloped land available for hunting during seasons (with license) and accessible for hikers, birdwatchers, canoe/kayak, photographers year round. Public rifle range. Hatchet Creek and Mitchell Lake cross through WMA.
Final resting place of Rockford's beloved "Town Dog."
Magnolia Trail Park is located behind the Old Rock Jail and Museum in Rockford closed to the intersection of US Hwy 231 and AL Hwy 22. The park offers a 2 -mile multi-use trail for hikers and mountain bikers.
The old Coosa County Jail, also called Old Rock Jail, was built in what would become Rockford in 1825. Today it is a museum and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.