The Alabama Cup Racing Series is made up by the Locust Fork Invitational, Mulberry Fork Canoe and Kayak Races and Locust Fork Whitewater Classic races. Courses consist of about 25 gates, set on a class Il/lll rapids approximately one hundred yards long. Race courses are spectator friendly with walking trails right beside the courses.The Alabama Cup Races have been in existence since 1992 and were developed to acknowledge the best racers of the three. The Mulberry Fork Canoe & Kayak Races started in 1981. In 1991 the Locust Fork Invitational began, and a year later the Locust Fork White Water Classic was added. In 1994, the Mulberry Fork Canoe & Kayak races hosted the qualifying races for the U.S. Olympics.
The races are managed and promoted by the Alabama Cup Racing Association. Each race is managed by specific committees comprised of members of state paddling organizations, conservation groups, your average everyday paddlers, and others in the community willing to volunteer for these exciting events. ACRA and all other groups involved are non-profit organizations.
Entrance fee donations $3 per person, per day
Camping $5 per person, per night. Prices subject to change. If camping, please be considerate of others by keeping noise down at reasonable hours. Dogs should always be on leashes, and please pick up their waste.
2016/03/05 - 2016/03/06
Additional time info:
Saturday – Championship Slalom, Downriver and Boater cross
Sunday – Cruising and Novice Slalom
Official race results
(The races are dependent on rain fall. Too high or too low water might be cause for elimination of some classes or cancellation of the races.)