Natural Bridge Alabama

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Aside from the numerous waterfalls Alabama has to offer, there are also incredible rock formations and unique geological features. One of which is the Natural Bridge. As the name suggests, it is indeed a natural bridge made up of sandstone and iron ore that formed more than 200 million years ago from water erosion. Source: https://i.imgur.com/MXMKAzW.jpg?1 It stands at 60 … Read More

Things To Do in Birmingham for Nature Lovers

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With a population currently estimated at 212,237, Birmingham, Alabama is largest city in the state. It was even called the “Magic City’ in the past, because it grew so quickly. Today, medical research, banking and services have become driving forces of their economy. If you are a nature lover like me though, don’t let the thought of traffic and high … Read More

Waterfalls that are in Caves in Alabama

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Waterfalls are wonderful on their own, but imagine one inside a cave! Thinking about it is enough to make me want to drop everything and just go. Check out these amazing pictures! Stephen’s Gap is the favorite cave for photographers. It is located in Woodville and is just a short drive from Cathedral Caverns. It is best to be there … Read More

Pisgah Gorge Falls

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Pisgah Gorge Falls feature

The Pisgah Gorge Falls are an impressive pair of waterfalls just west of Scottsboro across the Tennessee River. The impressive gorge cut by Little Bryant Creek is a sight by itself, and the two large, cascading falls make this a must-see. The Pisgah Gorge Falls are located in the back of the Pisgah Civitan Park. There’s a small parking lot … Read More

Rocky Creek Dam

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The Rocky Creek Dam is a man-made cascade at the end of the Heflin Spur in Cleburne County. Abandoned after Alabama Power dismantled the power mill in 1926, the Rocky Creek Waterfall is located on the Heflin Spur of the Pinhoti Trail (established via forest service decision memo in August 2018) in Cleburne County. Access is via FS 500 parking … Read More

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