Little River State Forest, Atmore

3.6
#49 of 63 in Nature in Alabama
Little River State Forest is an Alabama state forest in the counties of Escambia and Monroe. The forest is approximately and sits at an elevation of. The forest had its beginnings in the 1930s, when the property was deeded to the state. In 1934, during the Great Depression, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) began work to create a state park at the site. Many current structures date from the CCC period, including the office building, a cabin, pavilions, a nature trail, and a 25acre lake. The site is managed and maintained by the Alabama Forestry Commission.
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  • Little River Park is open and things are going great. We need lots of visitors to help come and enjoy the newly opened camping, swimming, fishing, etc. areas and spread the word about how nice it is t...  more »
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  • Great time today. Enjoyed the extra entertainment. Great family fun.
  • I love this place. Quiet place to go for a swim fish or picnic

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