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In Alabama, national forests are great escapes! Experience the beauty and excitement of the Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega and Tuskegee National Forests. There’s something for everyone who enjoys the great outdoors.

You will not want to miss Bee Branch, a 500-year old poplar tree that looms 150 feet over the Bankhead National Forest, surrounded by canoeing, picnicking, horseback riding, and lovely cascading waterfalls.

If seclusion and peace is what you desire, look no further than the Talladega National Forest, rich in wild game, camping, and hiking paradises. The Talladega National Forest is administered by three districts – Talladega, Shoal Creek and Oakmulgee.

Tuskegee National Forest is overflowing with natural and cultural history. Visitors can view various types of wild flowers, flowering trees and wildlife habitat while hiking or mountain biking.  Picnic tables, grills and an interpretive kiosk are areas of interest.

Nature lovers relish the natural diversity of the Conecuh National Forest. Wildlife includes abundant game–white-tailed deer, wild turkey, bobwhite quail—and many other rare and interesting species, including endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers, gopher tortoises, indigo snakes, fox squirrels, carnivorous pitcher plants, and numerous species of frogs.  These plants and animals make themselves home in a diversity of habitats that include open fire-maintained longleaf pine forest, bogs, sinkhole ponds, springs, canebrakes, and bottomland hardwood swamps.

Hiking is one of the most popular recreation activities in Alabama’s national forests. There’s more than 342 miles of trails for outdoor recreationist.

In Alabama, national forests are great escapes! Experience the beauty and excitement of the Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega and Tuskegee National Forests. There’s something for everyone who enjoys the great outdoors.

You will not want to miss Bee Branch, a 500-year old poplar tree that looms 150 feet over the Bankhead National Forest, surrounded by canoeing, picnicking, horseback riding, and lovely cascading waterfalls.

If seclusion and peace is what you desire, look no further than the Talladega National Forest, rich in wild game, camping, and hiking paradises. The Talladega National Forest is administered by three districts – Talladega, Shoal Creek and Oakmulgee.

Tuskegee National Forest is overflowing with natural and cultural history. Visitors can view various types of wild flowers, flowering trees and wildlife habitat while hiking or mountain biking.  Picnic tables, grills and an interpretive kiosk are areas of interest.

Nature lovers relish the natural diversity of the Conecuh National Forest. Wildlife includes abundant game–white-tailed deer, wild turkey, bobwhite quail—and many other rare and interesting species, including endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers, gopher tortoises, indigo snakes, fox squirrels, carnivorous pitcher plants, and numerous species of frogs.  These plants and animals make themselves home in a diversity of habitats that include open fire-maintained longleaf pine forest, bogs, sinkhole ponds, springs, canebrakes, and bottomland hardwood swamps.

Hiking is one of the most popular recreation activities in Alabama’s national forests. There’s more than 342 miles of trails for outdoor recreationist.

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Picture of Alabama - Bankhead National Forest
Alabama - Bankhead National Forest
Located in northwest Alabama, the Bankhead National Forest is managed by the USDA Forest Service. The Bankhead National Forest is comprised of approximately 181,000 acres of the southern cumberland plateau. Highly diverse terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, including globally important bird habitats, are found in this area.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Alabama - Conecuh National Forest
Alabama - Conecuh National Forest
The Conecuh National Forest is located on the southern border of Alabama. Its unique and special resources are managed by the United States Department of Agriculture. Dry, sandy uplands covered by longleaf pine ecosystems dominate the Conecuh. Pockets of low lying wet areas, springs, sink-holes, and swamps are common.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Alabama - Talladega National Forest
Alabama - Talladega National Forest
The Talladega Division of the Talladega National Forest is geographically divided into two sections. The northern section includes the Shoal Creek District and the southern section is the Talladega District. Located between Birmingham and Atlanta, the Shoal Creek and Talladega Districts encompass 233,585 acres. This section of the Talladega National Forest reaches to the Appalachian Mountains, including Cheaha Mountain. Alabama's highest peak at 2,407 feet.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Alabama - Tuskegee National Forest
Alabama - Tuskegee National Forest
Although small compared to the other Southern National Forests, the Tuskegee National Forest is BIG on fun! It is located in Macon County, Ala., approximately 45 miles east of Montgomery and 40 miles west of Columbus, GA. Interstate Highway 85, U.S. Highway 80 and 29 and numerous other roads provide excellent public access into the forest. There is a little something for everyone on the Tuskegee. For picnickers, there is Taska Recreation Area. Firearms enthusiasts flock to Uchee Firing Range; hikers travel along the scenic Bartram National Recreation Trail and "birders" as well as photography buffs find plenty of wildlife at Tsinia Wildlife Viewing Area.
$20.00 excl tax