Chewacla State Park

Chewacla’s 696 scenic acres are a delightful pause from nearby interstate traffic. Tranquil park facilities include a 26-acre lake, rental boats, swimming area, playgrounds, hiking trails, a modern campground and picnic areas with tables, grills and shelters. There are newly renovated rustic cabins you are bound to fall in love with. Chewacla State Park is […]

 
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Cheaha Resort State Park

At 2,407 feet above sea level, Cheaha Mountain is the highest point in Alabama. This 2,799-acre mountaintop retreat provides breathtaking scenery year- round. A spectacular sunset becomes the perfect complement to an excellent evening dining experience at the park restaurant. During the day you can enjoy hiking, swimming or photographing the natural beauty of the […]

 
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Buck’s Pocket State Park

As the story goes, Buck’s Pocket is where all the defeated public officials go to lick their wounds after an unsuccessful election. We don’t know if this story is true, but we do know this park is secluded in a natural pocket of the Appalachian Mountain chain. This is a 2,000-­−-acre nature lover’s dream. Uniquely […]

 
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Blue Springs State Park

Fed by a crystal-clear underground spring, the park’s swimming pool and spring pool are the center of attention in this 103-acre park. Other complementing facilities include picnic shelters, tables, grills, comfort stations, playground, tennis courts and modern or primitive campground. 2595 Highway 10 Clio, AL 36017 Park Office and Fax: (334) 397-4875 Swimming Pool: (334) […]

 
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Bladon Springs State Park

Centering around four mineral springs, this 357-acre park in Choctaw County provides modern campsites, shelters, tables and grills for daytime and nighttime family outings. 3921 Bladon Road Bladon Springs, AL 36919 Park Office and Fax: (251) 754-9207       Courtesy of the Coosa Lodge Where To Go Camping Guide. For more information on the […]

 
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Camp Sequoyah

Camp Sequoyah has been in operation since it was dedicated on June 29, 1972 and is a part of the Frank Spain Scout Reservation, which encompasses 1,447 acres of prime wilderness. The camp’s centerpiece is the 80-acre Lake Cross. Camp Sequoyah has the best programming and facilities that Scouting has to offer and has plenty […]

 
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Camp Comer

Each Campsite is equipped with a flagpole, trashcan, faucet, and latrine (Except Eagle and Mountain Goat) with washbasin. On the side of the latrine is a bulletin board that the troop can use to post assignments, notices, and duty rosters. Camp Comer has two air- conditioned shower and restroom facilities for camp-wide use. Patrol sites […]

 
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Camp Tekakwitha

Camp Tekakwitha is a little slice of wilderness in St. Claire County, Alabama. It was purchased from Mrs. Ethel Owen Zuber in 1950 to create a summer camp for Catholic boys and girls. The camp was built under the leadership of Fr. John Brunson who selected the property, raised funding and oversaw construction. Fr. Brunson […]

 
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Camp Jack Wright

Camp Jack Wright is owned and operated by the Greater Alabama Council. It is located in the Roupes Valley, adjacent to Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park. The valley is in the Alabama natural region known as the Ridge and Valley province. This section of the state is the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. Camp […]

 
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