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Looneys Riverboat

This is a 60-passenger paddle wheel riverboat offering two-hour cruises on Lewis Smith Lake, dinner cruise available. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Sipsey River with a master storyteller. Open Thursday-Saturday from June 8 to September 2. Senior, group and child rates offered, major credit cards accepted.

Location: 22400 Hwy 278, Double Springs AlabamaTelephone 205-489-5000 Fax 205-489-3500

Other Transportation nearby:
(Addison)
Addison Municipal Airport
(Double Springs)
Double Springs-Winston County Airport
(Cullman)
Folsom Field Airport
(Guntersville)
Guntersville Municipal Airport
(Vernon)
Lamar County Airport
(Double Springs)
Looneys Riverboat

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