River Oaks Lodge with 7,787 SF per courthouse records sitting on 1.83 acres, has eight bedrooms and eight and one-half bathrooms. The bedrooms can accommodate two double beds. There is an elevator for guests unable to navigate the stairs. The Lodge has been used for a Bed and Breakfast and would be perfect for a corporate or a church retreat. Located on the beautiful Alabama River, the Lodge has immediate access to outstanding fishing for largemouth and spotted bass, bream, crappie, and catfish. Also, nearby is the 236-acre Roland Cooper State Park, which offers an 18-hole golf course. Other area recreation opportunities include boating and skiing on the 22,000 acre Dannelly Reservoir.
In an area recognized for its fabulous hunting including deer, turkey, and quail, Dallas County and the five counties surrounding it (Wilcox, Lowndes, Autauga, Perry, and Marengo) are known throughout the United States as the “Whitetail Capitol of the Nation.” Dallas County has been considered to have more deer per acre than anywhere else in Alabama.