Alabama’s Very First State Park Is Still One Of The Best And Here’s Why You Need To Visit

Alabama is well known for its 22 beautiful state parks. These state parks help preserve and maintain a variety of habitats such as caves, mountains, forests, beaches, wetlands, etc. Approximately four to five million people visit Alabama’s state parks each year. Among these state parks is Cheaha State Park, which just so happens to be Alabama’s first official state park. For information about Cheaha State Park, including why you should visit, read on.

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