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Beeswax Creek Park (Lay Lake area)
Location: 245 Beeswax Park Road
Columbiana, AL 35051
Amenities: Basketball, Boat Launch, Canoeing, Fishing, Hand/Small Boat Launch, Hiking, Kayaking, Leashed Animals Permitted, Motor Boating, Picnic, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Restroom, Sailing, Swimming, Walking Trail, and Wheelchair Accessible
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Contact Phone: 205 991-2015
Scenic Pavilion overlooking fishing pier

Beeswax Creek Park hosted the 40th Annual Bassmaster Classic in February of 2010. It was the fourth Classic on Lay Lake. Beeswax Creek Park is located off Hwy.145 in the Columbiana/Wilsonville area. The Park is located on property leased from Alabama Power Company. The park was financed, built and is maintained by Shelby County.

Beeswax Park includes a public boat launch site that has served as host to numerous local, regional and national fishing tournaments. Construction of a new 5-foot wide, 100-foot long boat launch pier that extends 60-feet from shore was completed Summer 2009.

Beeswax Creek Park is located on Lay Lake and has many water based amenities such as two paved boat launch facilities with a pier, two floating fishing piers; one is handicap accessible, two picnic pavilions, and benches along the lake front with grills, a basketball court, a walking trail and restrooms.

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The Beeswax Creek boat launch is currently undergoing renovation and will have limited use during the next four months. More details are available here.

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
Alabama Bass Trail Fishing Tournament
The popular fishing series returns to Lay Lake kicking off the South Division section. More than 400 anglers take part from across the Region.
BASS NATION High School Regional Qualifying Tournament - Lay Lake
More than 450 student anglers will compete for the Regional Qualifying High School tournament on Lay Lake
4/27/2018 - 4/28/2018
Alabama Bass Federation Junior/High School State Championship Fishing Tournament
Junior/Senior student fisherman will face off on Lay Lake. Approximately 150 anglers will vie for the State Championship with Alabama Bass Federation.

Shelby County