Chilatchee Creek Campground is located on its namesake at scenic Dannelly Reservoir in Alabama’s Black Prairie Belt. The reservoir sits on the Alabama River and covers roughly 27 square miles, boasting more than 500 miles of shoreline. If you are looking for a secluded place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, this just might be the perfect place for you. Be sure to bring you camera because the scenery on the lake is beautiful. You may also get the opportunity to take a picture of one of the alligators.
Boating, fishing, hunting and hiking are popular activities.
Chilatchee Creek has an array of campsites, picnic shelters, a boat ramp, courtesy docks, and a playground. Some of the campsites and docks have spectacular views of the lake.
The park is a featured birding site on the Alabama Birding Trails.
From Alberta, AL on State Highway 5, turn onto Wilcox County Road 29 and travel southeast for 9 miles. Make a left on Chilatchee Creek Road and continue for 3 miles to the campground. (Note: The first mile of the entrance road to the campground is not paved). GPS coordinates of the campground entrance are 32.141081, -87.273759.