Places You Can Camp Next to a Waterfall in Alabama

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Parker Falls roots Sipsey Wilderness Area Bankhead National Forest, Alabama

Starry night. Fresh air. Green surroundings. Waterfall sound. Close your eyes and picture it. Isn’t it just perfect? 🙂 We’ve compiled a list of all of the places in Alabama that you can go camping next to a waterfall. What a cool opportunity, right? The only question is when to go! Located in Gadsden, Alabama, Noccalula Falls Campground is part … Read More

Wolfpen Falls

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Wolfpen Falls Sipsey Wilderness area of Bankhead National Forest

Wolfpen Falls is a 15 foot single drop fall in the Sipsey Wilderness Area that provides a great opportunity to get away from well-worn trails. Be sure to consider the recent weather when you visit though, as the flow in Wolfpen Creek decreases to a trickle in dryer months. Wolfpen Falls is about 0.75 miles from Cranal Road in the … Read More

Holmes Chapel Falls

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Holmes Chapel Fall in Bankhead National Forest

Holmes Chapel Falls offers a scenic drop into a bowl carved into the sandstone that is so familiar to regulars in Bankhead National Forest. The hike is relatively flat and enjoyable along the creek to the main fall, with moss and boulders around every turn. Holmes Chapel Falls is situated just south of Brushy Lake campground off of Mount Olive … Read More

Lost Sink Falls

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Lost Sink Falls hiking near Huntsville

Lost Sink Falls doesn’t feature a lot of water most days of the year, but this unique geological feature is still worth the trip! Just a short drive east of Huntsville, you can find the Keel Mountain Preserve, home of Lost Sink Falls.  The falls themselves may just be a trickle depending on when you go, but the sink itself … Read More

Turkey Foot Falls

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Turkeyfoot Falls in winter Bankhead National Forest

If you’re looking for an easy hike and attraction near the Sipsey River Picnic Grounds and recreational park located in Bankhead National Forest, then Turkey Foot Falls is your best destination. You can reach this beautiful falls with just a 15-minute hike from the parking area. You can park across the bridge near the small trail on the south side … Read More

Lodge Falls: Desoto State Park Fall Trip Guide

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Lodge Falls in Desoto State Park Alabama

Lodge falls is one of the beauties you can find behind DeSoto’s lodge at DeSoto State Park, a recreational park situated in Lookout Mountain northeast of Fort Payne. The park has a total land area of 3,502 acres which mainly comprises of waterfalls, rivers, mountain terrain and forests. Lodge Falls found in DeSoto State Park is approximately 25 feet tall … Read More

Lost Falls in DeSoto State Park

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Lost Falls, Desoto State Park, trip guide

Lost Falls is situated in DeSoto State Park, home of many great views and several waterfalls. Trails are each marked with a color so you won’t get lost on your way. Lost Falls is situated in DeSoto State Park, home of many great views and several waterfalls. Trails are each marked with a color so you won’t get lost on … Read More

Laurel Falls

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Laurel Falls in De Soto State Park

Laurel Falls is just a short walk beyond Azalea Cascades in DeSoto State Park. Getting to the Laurel Falls is a great adventure to unwind. You need to take first a boardwalk all the way to the Azalea Cascades. Once you have reached there, you should be able to start your way leading to the Laurel Falls. To avoid getting … Read More