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Alabama State Forests

Choccolocco State Forest

Choccolocco State Forest is located in Calhoun County Alabama. 4, 536 acres. Timber. Part of the Choccolocco Wildlife Management Area, co-managed by the Alabama Department of Conservation.

Fantastic history, beautiful landscapes, and remarkable bike trails await you at the 4,406-acre Choccolocco State Forest in Anniston. …

Geneva State Forest

Geneva State Forest (GSF), located in Geneva County, is Alabama’s largest state forest. Managed by the Alabama Forestry Commission encompassing 7,120 acres of predominately longleaf pine Geneva State Forest provides the state of Alabama with one of the most valuable natural resources, timber. Fishing is available in the 100-acre lake. Primitive roads throughout the forest provide a scenic view for trail rides. The longleaf forests provide ample habitat for viewing many native wildlife species including: deer, turkey, quail, rabbit, fox, bobcat, squirrel, and non-game species as well. The Alabama Hiking Trail Society has established and maintains a hiking trail around the lake. Each of these recreational activities requires a daily permit which can be obtained at Geneva State Forest Lake.

Alabama Recreation Trails has additional information on Geneva State Forest.

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Escambia County. Edward A. Hauss State Forest Nursery

Little River State Forest

The Little River State Forest is located between Monroe and Escambia counties and consists of approximately 2,100 acres of longleaf pine forest. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, camping, fishing and horseback riding. While visiting the Little River State Forest, be sure to keep your eyes wide open because you’ll have plenty of chances to view beautiful wildlife, including deer, turkey, rabbits, quail, bobcats, foxes, etc. This wonderful forest is also a great place for bird watching.

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Weogufka State Forest

Weogufka State Forest is located in Coosa County, Alabama and is a popular destination for hikers. A popular feature of this forest, if not “the” most popular feature, is Flagg Mountain. This picturesque mountain, which has an elevation of 1,152 feet, includes the popular Flagg Mountain Trail. Flagg Mountain Trail is a moderate 6.4 mile out-and-back trail that’s mostly used for hiking.

Learn more about Alabama state forests at the Alabama Forestry Commission webpage.

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