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Lee County Alabama is home to Chewacla State Park, the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Bean’s Mill, the Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge and the Grand National Golf course which is part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

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Lee County

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Chewacla State Park: 32.554620, -85.482076
Opelika Alabama: 32.645412, -85.378280
Auburn Alabama: 32.609857, -85.480782
Phenix City: 32.472778, -85.020000
Lee County Sheriff: 32.624016, -85.402862
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Auburn Alabama
The City of Auburn is home to Auburn University. Auburn is a thriving community of approximately 54,000 residents. Auburn is located along Interstate 85 in east central Alabama.

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Auburn, AL, United States
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Chewacla State Park

Lake Chewacla: Lake Chewacla's 26 acres provide opportunities for fishing, swimming, and non-motorized boating.

Trails: The park offers a mountain bike trail, a tree identification trail, and eight hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty:

The Sweet Shrub Trail features interpretative displays; it begins at the Lower Shelter, makes a loop and returns to the Lower Shelter.

The Boy Scout Trail begins on the west side of the stone bridge and runs into the Sweet Shrub Trail.

The Troop 30 Boy Scout Trail begins on the north side of the stone bridge on Murphy Drive. This trail follows Moore’s Mill Creek to the boundary of the park. It may be followed to the park boundary or the creek may be crossed on one of the rock dams to follow the trail back to Murphy Drive.

The Eagle Scout Trail branches off from the Troop 30 Boy Scout Trail on the east side of Chewacla Lake and terminates on the logging road across from the Walnut Shelter.

The Deer Rub Trail features steep terrain and begins at the Upper Pavilion and follows Chewacla Creek to the Walnut Shelter.


The Loop Road Trail leads to Chewacla Falls and is a paved trail.

The Mountain Laurel Trail begins at the Upper Pavilion area, goes down to Chewacla Falls and then follows Chewacla Lake.

The Mountain Bike Trail loops around the upper portion of Murphy Drive.

Lodging: In addition to facilities for RV and tent camping, the park has six renovated Civilian Conservation Corps–era stone cabins with hardwood floors, stone fireplaces, bathrooms, TVs, modern kitchens, and central heating and cooling systems. The cabins are available year around and require reservations.

Chewacla State Park, Shell Toomer Parkway, Auburn, AL, United States
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Lee County Sheriff
Lee County Sheriff
Address: 1900 Frederick Road, Opelika, AL 36801
Phone:(334) 749-5651
1900 Frederick Road, Opelika, AL, United States
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Opelika Alabama
Opelika is a community that cherishes and preserves its RICH HERITAGE, while at the same time embracing all of the visions and opportunities for a bright future for our residents and businesses! This progressive city of the South has abundant cultural, recreational and educational opportunities balanced against a thriving business environment!

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Opelika, AL, United States
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Phenix City

Welcome to Phenix City, an All-America City with a rich history and a strong dedication to a progressive future. This blossoming community is located seconds away from Columbus, GA and has ample recreation, cultural and educational opportunities with a fantastic business climate.

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