Jennings Ferry Park Day Use Passes Pass

Black Warrior and Tombigbee Lakes

Jennings Ferry Park is located on a peninsula between the Black Warrior River and Clear Creek. All of the 52 spacious, level, and quiet campsites offer electric/water hookups among bottomland hardwood trees. Gently sloping banks offer ideal bank fishing. A 0.7-mile nature trail and quiet benches provide great vantage points for birdwatching. The boat ramp allows access for fishing, boating, and water recreation for all. Please review park conditions prior to your trip to ensure there are no closures.

All visitors at Jennings Ferry Park are required to pay a fee in order to use the boat ramp. Please be prepared to show your hard copy pass or digital pass on your mobile device.

Print out or download the pass on your mobile device in advance of your visit. Connectivity may be limited, and the pass must always be available to show when visiting Jennings Ferry Park.

A printed copy of this pass is also required for your vehicle. Fold the printed pass on the dotted line and display it on the dashboard, with the QR code visible, at all times during your visit.

Operators of motorcycles and open-top vehicles must carry this pass on their person. Passes should not be left on an unattended motorcycle.

Visitors may trade a paper Annual Pass for the plastic hang tag to be used in a private vehicle. Please visit the gatehouse/resource office/ or talk to a park ranger during your visit for details

Passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced