LRCC - Little River Canyon Center, owned and managed by Jacksonville State University. They offer a visitor center, gift shop, movie, restrooms, and trails. There is even a swing out front to sit down and relax. Scheduled educational programs, musical entertainment, and other events are offered to the public and are often free of charge. You can also rent space at the center for events.
DST - DeSoto State Park owned and managed by the State of Alabama. DeSoto State Park offers a variety of activities for families. Accommodations include camping, hotel rooms, cabins and chalets. Activities include hiking, pool, playground, scheduled programs and much more. The lodge has a gift shop and a restaurant.
Other Partners Include:
Administration of the Little River Wildlife Management Area
Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Administering the Little River Wildlife Management Area; a portion of which is inside the boundaries of the preserve.
DeSoto State Park, City of Fort Payne Police Department, DeKalb County Sheriff's Department, Cherokee County Sheriff's Department , Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Jacksonville State University Police Department
Working in harmony for the common purpose of protecting life and property of the public they serve.
Search and Rescue
Fischer Rescue Squad, Fort Payne Fire Department, Adamsburg, Broomtown, Dogtown, and Tuckers Chapel Volunteer Fire Departments, Cherokee County Rescue Squad
Providing personnel services and equipment required for search and rescue incidents.
Adamsburg, Broomtown, Dogtown, Tuckers Chapel Volunteer Fire Departments, Fort Payne Fire Department and DeSoto State Park
Providing personnel services and equipment required for firefighting incidents and the protection of life and property on lands administered by the preserve.
DeKalb Ambulance Service, DeKalb Medical Center, Dr. Robert Theakston, Fischer Rescue Squad and Cherokee Emergency Medical Services.
A mutually agreed upon rescue, recovery, treatment, and transport of injured and ill visitors within the preserve.