“The pinnacle of natural beauty”
Cheaha has a mountain of reasons for you to visit! Cheaha State Park is the pinnacle of natural beauty and awe in Alabama. This foothill of the Appalachian Mountains is the highest point in the state. Standing 2,407 feet above sea level, it is no wonder why the local Creek Indians named this place "Chaha," meaning high place.The park hosts hiking trails, mountain bike trails, a lake for swimming and fishing, an observation tower at the highest point, campgrounds, cabins, chalets, motel rooms, a restaurant, an indian artifact museum, and much more.The park is also completely surrounded by the Talladega National Forest which offers additional recreational resources, like easily accessible trails to waterfalls and more.Day Use Fees:Everyday: $2 for age 6 to AdultsSenior Citizens 62 years of age and older: $1
Awesome park. Super hiking trails - especially with those with handicaps. Upper Campground had great restrooms, new-ish showers and restrooms. Very clean. Big conscience store and lovely restaurant at the top offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
We drove up early to check out the park. Overall we thought it was fantastic...great scenery for photo ops & we enjoyed the observatory tower and picnic area.
Very interesting park. The drive up the mountain was beautiful. The day we went it was very windy and cold at the top of the mountain. But you get some excellent views.
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Cheaha State Park
- Fri, Sat: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
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