Terrapin Creek Lodge Vacation Home, Cabins & Event Venue

Income Producing Venue and Lodge

 Waterfront venue, lodge and cabins on the banks of Terrapin Creek.This income producing property offers beautiful views and excellent fishing.

Also at auction separately: 11+/- acres on Terrapin Creek divided into three tracts.


Began: 06/04/15 at 1:00 PM CDT
Location: 5196 Alabama Hwy 9 South, Piedmont, AL 36272

 Terrapin Creek Lodge Vacation Home, Cabins

Event Venue

 Piedmont, AL 



Terrapin Creek Lodge offers a main lodge/vacation home and five cabins on 5+-acres on a private, natural setting fronting Terrapin Creek north of Piedmont, AL. The property can accommodate 37 people overnight and a wonderful place for holidays, vacations, family reunions, weddings, retreats, golf or fishing outings and special events.  This income producing property is currently operating as a lodging and event venue and is an ideal vacation home or investment opportunity.




Main Lodge & Cabins




  • Fully furnished 4BR/2BA waterfront main lodge/vacation home
  • Two full Bathrooms
  • Large decks and outdoor fireplaces overlooking Terrapin Creek
  • Five sleeping cabins with large adjoining bath-house 
  • Located on 5+/- creekside acres in private, natural setting
  • 400 +/- Terrapin Creek frontage
  • 120+/- ft wide Terrapin Creek is a recreational stream perfect for fishing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing 
  • Income producing lodging and event venue
  • Less than two-hour drive from Atlanta, Birmingham, Chattanooga & Huntsville
  • Short drive to Robert Trent Jones golf course,  Pinhoti National Recreation Trail, Little River Canyon, CherokeeRockVillage and Chief Ladiga/Silver    Comet Bike Trail.






Also at Auction

11+/- acres on Terrapin Creek


  • 11+/- acres selling in three tracts
  • 800+/- ft. Terrapin Creek frontage 
  • Cleared tracts
  • Ideal homesites
  • Unlimited development potential





Info about Terrapin Creek:


Terrapin Creek is an excellent Class I river and part of the Alabama Scenic River Trail.  Around almost every bend there is a shoal or drop, requiring rapid careening around the rocks. The banks are lined with interesting rock formations, and the foothills of the Appalachians provide a breathtaking backdrop. The trip comes to an end with a wonderful freshwater spring flowing through the ground into the river. It’s icy cold and delicious on a hot day. Terrapin Creek is one of those “secret” little rivers you find in Alabama. Secret in that not many people know about the river or what a great ride it will provide. Overall the river is 400 miles in length, originating in Georgia, heading into Alabama, and eventually merging with the Coosa. The water is fairly clear, offering good views of turtles and lots of fish, including bass, panfish, and gar. Some locals say the minimum flow to paddle the river is 600 cfs, but we have paddled it during midsummer with a flow of around 300, and it was still superb. It is a beautiful and picturesque river. Floating it you will see many rock outcroppings jutting from the riverbanks, providing a stark contrast to the lush Appalachian foothills in the background. There are a good ten or fifteen shoals and three good-size Class I rapids on the river. The shoals are pretty much the pick-your-own-way type with no wrong way. Two of the most notable rapids are what are known as the Rock Garden and Split Rock.





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