Talladega National Forest41 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 9901 Alabama 5, Brent, AL 35034, USA, Talladega, United States
- Tags: Forest, Family And Kids, Nature
If you are looking for a gateway in the lap of nature and far from the bustling crowd, then Talladega National Forest in Alabama is the perfect choice with excellent campsites, rolling hills, waterfalls, a plethora of wildlife and many other things. Sprawling over approximately 400000 acres, this hiking paradise has pine forests and wilderness preserve area. Apart from hiking, there are other recreational activities such as fishing, camping, picnicking, biking and sightseeing. The Pinhoti Trail and Appalachian Trail are the two most sought-after trails in this area. Cheaha Wilderness and Dugger Mountain Wilderness are nature reserves. Coyote, Black Bear, White-tailed Deer, Red and Grey Fox, Gopher Tortoise, Flattened Musk Turtle, Blue Shiner, Grey Bat, Oval Pigtoe, Cahaba Shinner, Fox squirrel, Turkey, Racoon, Hare are some of the animals and birds found in this area.
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