Alabama National Parks

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Alabama National Parks

Alabama National Parks 1

Anniston Museum of Natural History

The Anniston Museum of Natural History exhibits over 2,000 natural history items on permanent display. Learn more about this Anniston Museum here.
Alabama National Parks 2

Wheeler Lake

Wheeler Lake was created in 1936 as one of the first major dam projects on the Tennessee River. Explore the Wheeler lake camping details here.
Wilson Lake Alabama

Wilson Lake

Historic Wilson Dam was constructed during 1918-1925 as part of the World War I effort. Explore the Wilson lake for camping information.
Alabama National Parks 3

Russell Cave National Monument

For thousands of years bands of prehistoric Indians came to the area we know today as Russell Cave. Explore the details of Russell Cave National Monument here.
Alabama National Parks 4

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located along the Tennessee River between Huntsville and Decatur. Explore this national park & other details here.
William B Bankhead Conecuh Talladega Tuskegee National Forests

William B Bankhead Conecuh Talladega Tuskegee National Forests

You may be surprised to learn that this Deep Southern state has peaks over 2000 feet tall. Learn William B Bankhead Conecuh Talladega Tuskegee National Forests.
Alabama National Parks 5

Watercress Darter National Wildlife Refuge

Watercress Darter NWR, near Bessemer, Jefferson County, Alabama, was established by the Service in 1980 to provide protection for the endangered watercress darter.
Alabama National Parks 6

Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site

Since the beginning of America's existence, education has always been considered as one of the keys to social, political & economical acceptance for African Americans. Explore the Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site here.
Alabama National Parks 7

Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site

After the successful flight of Orville and Wilbur Wright in 1903, Americans of all races were stung by the love bug of flight. Explore the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site here.
Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail

Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail

The climax to the decades-long voting rights crusade in Alabama erupted in March 1965 as Civil Rights activists converged on Selma, Alabama. Explore the Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail here.
Tims Ford Lake

Tims Ford Lake

Located in southern Middle Tennessee between the towns of Lynchburg and Winchester, Tims Ford Lake is more than 34 miles long. Explore the Tims Ford Lake details here.
Alabama National Parks 8

Sauta Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Sauta Cave National Wildlife Refuge is a 264 acre Refuge purchased in 1978 to provide protection for the gray and Indiana bat and their critical habitat.
pickwick lake

Pickwick Lake

Pickwick Lake reaches into portions of three states: Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Explore the details of Pickwick Lake, Alabama here.
Normandy Lake

Normandy Lake

Normandy Lake is on the Duck River in Middle Tennessee. The lake is about 17 miles long and offers 3160 acres of surface water. Explore the Normandy lake here.
Little River Canyon National Preserve

Little River Canyon National Preserve

Little River flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama. Explore the Little River Canyon National Preserve details here.
Alabama National Parks 9

Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge, about 5 miles southwest of Florence, Alabama, was established in 1997 to ensure the biological integrity of Key Cave, Collier Cave, and the aquifer common to both.
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Alabama

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park

In a peace treaty signed after the 1812 battle, both the Upper and Lower Creeks were forced to give the United States nearly 20 million acres of land (Today's Alabama & Georgia). Explore the Horseshoe Bend National Military Park details here.
Alabama National Parks 10

Great Falls Lake

This 3,080 acre lake is located in Warren County, Tennessee. Constructed in 1915 by the Tennessee Electric Power Company and later acquired by TVA, Great Falls Lake is one of the oldest dams in the TVA system.
Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge was purchased in 1981 to provide protection for the federally endangered gray and Indiana bats. Explore the Fern Cave NWR here.
Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge

Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge

Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1964, on the Walter F. George Reservoir (Lake Eufaula) in cooperation with the Corps of Engineers (COE).
Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge

Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge

The Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge is located in southwest Alabama along the Tombigbee River approximately 80 miles north of Mobile. Explore the Choctaw NWR here.
Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge

Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge

Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge is the 540th NWR in the USA. Established in 2002 for the purpose of protecting and managing a unique section of the Cahaba River and land adjacent to it.
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge

The Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge consists of 6,700 acres of wildlife habitat lying directly west of Gulf Shores, Alabama on the Fort Morgan peninsula of south Alabama.
Blowing Wind Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Blowing Wind Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Blowing Wind Cave National Wildlife Refuge lies just above the Sauty Creek embayment of TVA's Guntersville Reservoir, 7 miles west of Scottsboro, Alabama. Explore the details here.
Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes

Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes

The Black Warrior and Tombigbee lakes have been important commercial waterways since the earliest settlers moved inland. Explore both the lakes here.

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