This Secluded Waterfall In Alabama Might Just Be Your New Favorite Swimming Spot
There’s no better way to beat the summer heat than by taking a dip under Devil’s Den Falls, which is one of Alabama’s most secluded waterfalls. After just one visit, Devil’s Den Falls will become your new favorite swimming spot. To learn all about this secluded waterfall, take a look:
Devil's Den Falls is located within the Talladega National Forest in Clay County's Cheaha State Park.
This secluded waterfall might be small, but it flows into one of Alabama's most popular swimming holes.
Situated on the Chinnabee Silent Trail, Devil's Den Falls attracts swimmers from all over the state and beyond.
It's also the perfect spot for people to cool off from the sweltering summer heat. Kids will love this dreamy destination!
If you're looking for something fun to do this summer, consider taking a cool dip under Devil's Den Falls. You'll enjoy everything about it, especially if you love the outdoors.
Directions to Devil's Den Falls: At the entrance of Cheaha State Park, which is located at 19644 Hwy. 281, Delta, AL 36258, you'll drive south on Hwy 281 for 1.5 miles. Once you reach the intersection with County Rd. 42, you'll turn right and drive 3 miles to Forest Service Rd. 646. Once reaching this road, you'll turn left and drive 2 miles to the Lake Chinnabee Recreation Area. From the Lake Chinnabee Recreation Area's picnic section, you'll hike upstream on the Chinnabee Silent Trail for approximately half a mile. You'll then arrive at the waterfall.
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