The INT League is back again for 2012 at Silverock.
Silverock Cove is happy to announce that the INT League Alabama is coming back to Smith Lake this weekend, July 14-15.
The competition features some of the regions’ best wakeboarders during this round of competition. They will conclude the season in August at Lay Lake. INT features competition at all age groups.
If you came out to Silverock last year, you saw some outstanding wakeboarding. It’s a perfect excuse to break out the lawn chairs, bring the kids and socialize on the shore.
Get ready to see some big air at INT this weekend.
Registration starts at 7:30 A.M. and the event gets started at 9 A.M. each morning. For more information, please visit the INT League Alabama website.
For directions to Silverock, please visit our website.
Bring the kids...break out the lawn chair and enjoy some time at the lake this weekend!
Is there anything better than bluegrass and barbecue on a Saturday in May in Alabama?
The short answer is no, it doesn’t get much better.
Pack your blanket and lawn chairs, and get ready to head to Smith Lake this weekend for a great day on the lake. Pack the cooler and some snacks, we’ll take care of the rest. Sam Shober kicks off the music around 1pm, followed by Dillon Hodges and his band.
Please help us spread the word! We have a facebook event set up–click here to invite your friends to come up and spend some time on the lake.
And don’t forget there’s a $20 Day Pass to cover food and entertainment that benefits Black Warrior Riverkeeper.
Looking forward to Saturday! See you this weekend!
Dillon Hodges will be back at this year's Dock at the Rock! (photo courtesy of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine)
Make plans to come out to Silverock on May 19th for the Third Annual Dock at the Rock!
The event gets started around noon with barbecue from Hog Wild BBQ. Bring plenty of blankets and lawn chairs and spread out on the amphitheater for a great afternoon of entertainment!
We’ve got some great music lined up–Dillon Hodges is back this year for more classic flatpicking and bluegrass. Dillon has moved to Nashville and is continuing to receive acclaim as a prodigy of classic “old-time” music. He’s won 14 flatpicking competitions in the past 4 years. He was recently featured on the cover of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. Bluegrass and barbecue on the lake is an excellent combination. Sam Shober will open the show.
And if you haven’t been to Silverock, this is a great chance to visit and check out all of our progress. We will have plenty of family friendly entertainment and our realtors will be on hand to take you through some of the recently completed cottages.
A $20 Day Pass covers food and entertainment and will go to help the Black Warrior Riverkeeper continue their mission to protect Smith Lake and the Black Warrior riversystem.
May is a beautiful time to be at the lake. We hope to see you at Silverock on the 19th!
Need directions to Silverock? Please click here.
Rambo Marine will be showing the new line of Crownline Boats this month
The month of May is a great time to make a trip to the lake. Not that you need an excuse, but we have two great events on the calendar that will be worth checking out.
This Saturday, May 5th, Rambo Marine will be hosting “Rambo Marine Ride Day” at Point William from 10am to 4pm. The guys from Rambo Marine will be showcasing the latest MasterCraft, Crownline and Cobalt boats. They will also have all the latest wakeboarding gear and will put on a clinic for skiers and wakeboarders of all levels. Point William will be hosting open houses as well. This is a great chance to check out Point William, as the road has been put in and the first homes have now been completed. For directions to Point William, please click here.
Dillon Hodges from Dock at the Rock 2011
On Saturday, May 19th, Silverock Cove will host the third annual Dock at the Rock celebration. This has been a great event the past two years, and this year should be a lot of fun. With live music on the amphitheater and plenty of good food served all day–you definitely need to make plans to make it to the lake on the 19th. A $20 day pass goes to the Black Warrior Riverkeeper and covers food and music. Please pass the word and invite your friends to join us at Silverock for Dock at the Rock!
We look forward to seeing you in May at the lake!