Warden Station Horse Camp offers 30 miles of trail through the scenic Talladega National Forest. Its central location is convenient for hunters and horseback riders. Nearby attractions include the Choccolocco Wildlife Management Area and four loop trails for hiking and picnicking. There are 45 primitive campsites for small RV’s and tents. The area, which is open for primitive camping is near Coleman Lake Recreation Area. Mountain biking opportunities are available.
Primitive, some sites are maintained ground is unleveled in many places so be careful when picking a spot for your rig. They really could do some more updating but I’ll always return for that deep serene connection with nature. Horse trails are usually well maintained and marked which makes up for the super primitive camping. Nevertheless I will always love this place. Also don’t forget to visit the shoal creek chapel it’s lovely.