Brushy Lake is a small 33-acre lake northeast of Double Springs. Recreation opportunities at Brushy Lake Recreation Area include swimming, boating (electric and nonmotorized boats only) camping, and picnicking. Short scenic trails have been developed along the lake and below high rock bluffs. Fishing for bass and bream is available year-round. Natural and artificial baits may be used. Fishermen utilize small boats, the shoreline, and a handicapped accessible fishing pier.
Directions from Moulton: Travel 15 miles south on State Rd 33, 1/2 mile south on County Rd 63 and then 5 miles east on Forest Service Rd 245 (MT Olive Rd) until you reach Brushy Lake.
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Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl Recommend to a Friend: Highly Report: We started out at Brushy lake,What a great place for a picnic. We stopped by Borden trails on the way home,Boy, We should have planned for more time here, It's beautiful.
Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl Recommend to a Friend: Highly Report: Our family thoroughly enjoyed our first tent camping experience at Brushy Lake. Our boys ages 3 & 4 can't wait to go back!
Electric Powered & Non-Motorized Boating
Electric and manually powered boats only are permitted on Brushy Lake.
The camping area has 13 sites.
Bass and bream in the lake.
Brushy Lake Recreation Area
Hiking & Walking
Brushy Lake area
There are 15 picnic sites.
Swimming & Waterplay
Brushy Lake Campground - Brushy Lake is a 33-acre lake northeast of Double Springs. The campground has drinking water and toilets, but no hookups or hot showers.
Brushy Lake Picnic Ground - Brushy Lake is a 33-acre lake northeast of Double Springs. The picnic area has 15 sites with picnic tables, grills and flush toilets.
Bankhead National Forest, P.O. Box 278, AL 33 North
, Double Springs, AL, 35553, Phone: 205-489-5111