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The Lake Lurleen State Park is a state park and recreation area in Coker, Alabama. It is located 9 mile out of Tuscaloosa.

Named after Lurleen Burns Wallace, who is also the only female governor that the state has seen, the Lake Lurleen State Park offers 1675 acres of area. The park was named after Wallace as she was instrumental in the funding of a major renovation project within the Alabama state parks system.

The Lake Lurleen State Park centers on Lake Lurleen (originally known as the Tuscaloosa County Public Lake) which is 250 acres in size and is stocked with catfish, bream, crappie, and largemouth bass. The lake is outfitted with three fishing piers, two boat launches, and some fishing boat rentals.
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