Press Releases


Published Feb. 25, 2019

MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District at Black Warrior-Tombigbee Lakes Demopolis Site Office closed several of its recreation areas until further notice due to high water levels.


These areas include:

Service Park & Campground

Spillway Falls Park 

Jennings Ferry Campground

Old Lock 1 Park

Parts of Foscue Creek Park & Campground

Runaway Branch II


“Excessive rain and flooding have caused issues with some of the key services provided,” said Jason Cassity, supervisory natural resource specialist for the BWT Project. “These closures are necessary until issues in affected areas are resolved.”


Visit or call 1-877-444-6777 for information regarding notifications and refunds to affected reservations.


The BWT Project is home to six beautiful lakes: Bankhead, Coffeeville, Demopolis, Holt, Oliver, and Warrior.

Camping opportunities are still available at:

Parts of Foscue Creek Park & Campground             Demopolis, Alabama

Forkland Park                                                             Forkland, Alabama


Contact the Demopolis Site Office at 334-289-3540 for more information.


USACE Mobile District manages more than a half million acres of land and water at 12 natural resources projects located throughout Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi.


For more information, visit and click Mobile District Recreation to find the nearest Mobile District-managed USACE lake project. Go to to locate any USACE recreation site in the U.S.




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Release no. 19-006