Choccolocco Alabama

Choccolocco is the Anglicization of the Creek words, choko rakko, which mean “house big.” By the 1700s, the term referred to the Creek ceremonial square, which was bounded by wooden bleachers with awnings. It was at that time, too large to have a roof, but was still called a building.

Choccolocco is the Anglicization of the Creek words, choko rakko, which mean “house big.” By the 1700s, the term referred to the Creek ceremonial square, which was bounded by wooden bleachers with awnings.

Alabama State Forests

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 […]