Campground
Jeffrey S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 17, 2021

Awesome State Park and Campground

There is so much to do and see here at the park.  For your stay, there is camping, cabins, chalets, and a lodge for accommodations.  There is mountain biking and hiking trails, along with a lake to swim, fish and paddle in; and a pool if you are a overnight visitor.  There is a camp store onsite along with various museums and buildings built by the CCC.  The staff hosted several educational activities and were extremely helpful and informative.  We will definitely be back - actually already plotting with our friends we went with. 

PROs: secluded park but with a lot of outdoor options within the park, Talladega Forrest and Pinhoti Trail.  Many accommodation options.  Great mountain biking, a dog run, playground, events center, etc.  A lot of historical buildings and nature activities.  Breathtaking views, quiet, peaceful, etc...  

CONs: some of the campground sites are right under street lights (these are pointed out on the campground maps) and a few of the pull-though sites have the road in front of your camper (as opposed to behind) leaving no room to use your awning; the picnic table and fire ring are behind/beside your camper.  No cell reception at lower campground (and spotty in general, but in all honesty this is more a PRO unless you have work or other obligations).

  • Mountain Laurel
  • Big foot
  • Cheaha Lake
  • CCC Era fire tower
  • Highest point in AL
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