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Cheaha State Park, Delta

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#9 of 62 in Nature in Alabama
Must see · Lookout · State Park
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Cheaha State Park is a publicly owned recreation area located in northern Clay and southwestern Cleburne counties in Alabama, USA. The park's 2,799 acres (1,133 ha) include Cheaha Mountain, the highest point in the state. The park adjoins Talladega National Forest and is managed by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. It is Alabama's oldest continuously operating state park. Facilities include lodgings, a restaurant, campsites, and hiking trails.
Map Highlighting the Park's Boundaries.

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  • My wife and I really enjoyed this trip. You are away from everything closest town was about 17 miles away. There is a small camp store in the park with the important stuff. The trails were marked... 
    My wife and I really enjoyed this trip. You are away from everything closest town was about 17 miles away. There is a small camp store in the park with the important stuff. The trails were marked...  more »
  • We camped at the lower campground in a pull-thru site with full hookups and close to the lake, we were visiting relatives in the surrounding area and really enjoyed our visit, looking forward to our.....  more
    We camped at the lower campground in a pull-thru site with full hookups and close to the lake, we were visiting relatives in the surrounding area and really enjoyed our visit, looking forward to our.....  more »
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  • Everyone is always super nice and helpful. The food at the restaurant is great even with the current limited menu. The hotel is cozy and clean, and the view is AMAZING. Great trails, cool little lake with playground. Neat little Native American artifact museum. Plenty of places to cookout. One of my favorite places on earth to get away.
  • Watch which trails you plan to hike. Some are not for the novice hiker. I hiked an advanced hiking trail and loved it. However, it was definitely not easy. If you are taking small children research ahead to make sure you are hiking a trail that they can walk. I will definitely be back.

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