5 Rivers Delta Safaris Accommodations

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Canal Island Floating Platform

Rooms: 1
Sleeps: 8

The Canal Island overnight trail begins at the French’s Lake Coastal Access Kiosk, located on the Forever Wild Land Trust’s Clearwater Tract. The map shows French’s Lake is a small slough-like area on Major’s Creek, prior to the creek splitting into several channels. The first day begins with a paddle down Globe Creek which follows a generally southerly direction into Big Beaver Creek, then in a generally westerly direction upstream in Big Beaver Creek to Little Lake and ending at the floating campsite in the east side of Canal Island. Day two end at Hubbard’s Landing after paddling back down Big Beaver Creek and into Tensaw Lake.

Available by reservation only, follow this link to reserve:
Reserve Canal Island Platform


  • Picnic Shelters
  • Scenic View

Dead Lake Floating Platforms

Rooms: 2
Sleeps: 16

The Dead Lake Island campsite has two floating platforms to accommodate larger groups. If your group is larger than eight the reservation of both platform campsites is required. The map shows the Dead Lake Island trail leaving Upper Bryant’s Landing paddling west on Tensaw Lake. Day one ends at the floating platform located in the slough west of Dead Lake Island. The return route is the same. The paddlers have the option of exploring the side creeks and sloughs as well as Tallapoosa Bayou.

Available by reservation only, follow these links to reserve:
Reserve Dead Lake Platform 1
Reserve Dead Lake Platform 2


  • Picnic Shelters
  • Scenic View

Hampton Inn, Daphne

Rooms: 135
Sleeps: 135

When you stay at the Hampton Inn® Mobile-East Bay/Daphne hotel, you'll discover a wonderful place from which to explore the great outdoors — whether you're fishing, boating, swimming, or simply enjoying the natural beauty of the bay.

Located on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay at the mouth of the Mobile-Tensaw River, the Hampton Inn® Mobile-East Bay/Daphne hotel is centered in an area teeming with wildlife and plant life — a true nature lovers’ paradise! The second largest river delta in the nation, the Mobile-Tensaw Delta is formed where the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Apalachee and Blakeley Rivers converge and flow into the Mobile Bay. The delta features over 250,000 acres of scenic waterways, woods and wetlands—home to a wide variety of indigenous wildlife such as alligators, black bears, wild boars, red-bellied turtles, 230 species of fish, and hundreds of species of birds including owls, blue herons and the bald eagle. In fact, numerous rare and endangered species—such as the Peregrine Falcon—inhabit the delta’s mystical waterways and wetlands.


  • Scenic View
  • Wedding Facilities

Hilton Garden Inn, Daphne

Rooms: 124
Sleeps: 124

Hilton Garden Inn® Mobile East Bay/Daphne hotel offers spacious guest rooms full of thoughtful amenities complemented by our award winning friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere. By focusing precisely on what guests have said they need and want, and less on what they don’t use, we deliver the highest degree of service and cost savings to both business and leisure travelers. Come take in the charm and splendor of the Mobile Bay, while enjoying our Southern hospitality.


Homewood Suites by Hilton, Daphne

Rooms: 104
Sleeps: 127

Located on the Eastern Shore of Baldwin County, Homewood Suites is easily-accessed from I-10 and the scenic Mobile Bay. Check into the hotel's exquisite accommodations and discover the perfect hotel to stay in during your short or extended stay in the area.

Whatever reason you're visiting for, you'll love the hotel's excellent suites, all of which are fully-equipped with the necessities that both short and extended stay guests require, including:
  • - Sofa bed
  • - Widescreen television with cable
  • - Workstation
  • - Two telephones with data port
  • - Full kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave and coffee maker
  • - Complimentary high-speed Internet access
  • - Saltwater Pool



Jug Lake Floating Platform

Rooms: 1
Sleeps: 8

The Jug Lake trail paddles Rice Creek into Briar Lake on the east side of Larry Island. The trail proceeds to the west side of Larry Island into Tensaw Lake / Tensaw River and down to Bayou Jessamine ending at the platform campsite located in Jug Lake. Day two returns to the Tensaw River via Bayou Jessamine and back up Briar Lake to Rice Creek.

Available by reservation only, follow these links to reserve:
Reserve Jug Lake Platform


  • Picnic Shelters
  • Scenic View

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