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  National Forests in Alabama: William B. Bankhead-

  USDA Forest Service      US FS

  http://www.southernregion.fs.fed.us/alabama/

  e-mail  Mailroom_R8_Alabama@fs.fed.us

  334-832-4470

  946 Chestnut Street

  Montgomery  AL  36107

    Mountains in Alabama? You may be surprised to learn that this

    Deep South state actually has peaks over 2,000 feet tall. Many of

    them are within the National Forests in Alabama. Elevations vary

    significantly in Alabama's four national forests

    Recreation.gov

 

  Noccalula Falls Park  Park 

  http://www.gadsden-etowahtourismboard.com/Noccalula.htm

  356 549-4663

  1600 Noccalula Road

  Gadsden  AL   35902

  Notes  pioneer village, botanical gardens, waterfall, train, mini

            golf, trails, lodging

  Last Update  12/21/2006


  Normandy Lake  Tennessee Valley Authority   TVA

  http://www.tva.gov/sites/normandy.htm  e-mail  tvainfo@tva.gov

  256-386-2568

  Elk-Duck Watershed Team

  Post Office Box 1010
 
CTR 2U-M

  Muscle Shoals   AL  35662-1010

  Easily accessible from Nashville and Interstate 24, Normandy Dam is located on the Duck River in Middle Tennessee.  The lake is 17  miles long and offers 3,160 acres of surface water.  Nearby towns  include Tullahoma and Manchester. 

    Recreation.gov

 

  North Sauty Refuge WMA  Public Hunting Area         AL WFF
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/agfd/wmainfo.html
 
256 437-2788
 
234 County Rd. 141
 
Hollywood   AL  35752
 
seasonal game, address is for  permits                        5200 acres

 

  Oak Mountain SP  State Park                                    AL DCNR
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/parks/state_parks_index_1a.html
 
205 620-2520
 
PO Box 278
 
Pelham  AL 35124
 
large variety of outdoor activities in highland area          9940 acres

  Oakmulgee WMA  Wildlife Management Area     AL WFF
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/hunting/land/wildlife-areas/
 
205 345-3807
 
11481 Colonial Dr
 
Duncanville  AL  35456
 
seasonal game, address is for  permits                               44500 acres
 
Last Update  3 /16/2004

  Omussee Park  County Park    Houston County Parks

  http://www.houstoncounty.org/Houston_County_Parks/County_Parks.htm

  334 696-4626

  AL

  Notes  athletic fields, boat launch, hiking, camping

  Last Update  2 /12/2007

  Overlook Memorial Park  Park 
 
http://www.prattvillechamber.com/sites2.asp
 
334 365-7392
 
Jay St
 
Prattville  AL   36067
 
Notes fragrance garden      Last Update  6 /2 /2006

  Paul M Grist SP  State Park                                      AL DCNR
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/parks/state_parks_index_1a.html
 
334 872-5846
 
1546 Grist Road
 
Selma  AL  36701
 
camping and fishing on 100 acre lake                        1080 acres

  Pickwick Lake  Tennessee Valley Authority      TVA

  http://www.tva.gov/sites/pickwick.htm

  e-mail  tvainfo@tva.gov

  256-386-2228

  Pickwick Watershed Team

  Reservation Road 
 
Post Office Box 1010

  Muscle Shoals    AL  35662-1010

    Pickwick Lake reaches into portions of three states:  Alabama,

    Mississippi, and Tennessee.  A canal links Pickwick to the

    Tombigbee Waterway, which provides access to the Gulf Coast. 

    Spanned by the historic Natchez Trace Parkway, Pickwick is 55

    miles long

    Recreation.gov

  Pratt Park  Park   Agency:
 
http://www.prattvillechamber.com/sites2.asp
 
334 365-7392
 
Doster Street/Doster Rd
 
Prattville  AL   36067
 
Notes  amphitheatre             Last Update   6 /2 /2006

  Raccoon Creek WMA  Wildlife Management Area        AL WFF
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/hunting/land/wildlife-areas/
 
256 437-2788
 
234 County Rd. 141
 
Hollywood  AL     35752
 
seasonal game, address is for  permits                         7800 acres
 
Last Update    3 /16/2004

  Rickwood Caverns SP
 
State Park                                AL DCNR
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/parks/state_parks_index_1a.html
 
205 647-9692
 
370 Rickwood Park Road
 
Warrior AL 35180
 
underground caverns

  Roland Cooper SP
 
State Park                                  AL DCNR
 
http://www.conservation.alabama.gov/parks/state_parks_index_1a.html
 
334 682-4838
 
285 Deer Run Dr
 
Camden AL 36726
 
small park with golf course on 22,000 acre lake              236 acres

  Russell Cave National Monument  National Park Service   NPS

  http://www.nps.gov/ruca

  e-mail  ruca_interpretation@nps.gov

  256 495-2672

  3729 County Road 98

  Bridgeport   AL  35740

    For thousands of years bands of prehistoric Indians came to the

    area we know today as Russell Cave.  The cave provided a shelter. The surrounding forest provided food, tools, and fuel for their fires.

  Recreation.gov

 



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