The Alabama Trail That Leads To A Stairway Waterfall Is Heaven On Earth
Who doesn’t love waterfalls? If you’re one of the many people who do, you’re in luck because Alabama has plenty of them. While some of the waterfalls are natural, many others are man-made. An Alabama waterfall that’s as unique as it is beautiful is Chewacla Falls, which is located in Chewacla State Park. You’ll want to check out this state park and its stairway waterfall, for yourself. So, lace up those hiking boots and let’s trek the Chewacla State Park Trail. Be sure to download AllTrails+ for offline maps, trail conditions, and more.
Take a look at this YouTube video by Alabama OUTSIDErs showing the roaring falls after a good rain.
Have you ever hiked to Chewacla Falls? If so, please share your experience with us in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to download AllTrails+ for your offline maps as well as for weather and trail conditions.
Following your hike, consider grabbing a bite to eat at Acre, one of Auburn’s award-winning restaurants. For information about Acre, be sure to take a look at the following article: This Is The Best Restaurant In Alabama And You’ve Got To Try It.
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CHEWACLA STATE PARK & RELATED INFO
What are some more activities at Chewacla State Park?
Besides chasing waterfalls, there are lots of activities at Chewacla State Park. At 700 acres, there is much to explore. Enjoy hiking, swimming, kayaking, boating, camping, a playground, picnic areas, a fishing lake, mountain biking, and so much more. Check out our previous article telling you more about the activities at Chewacla State Park.
What are some more state parks in Alabama?
There are 21 state parks in Alabama, and while all are worthy of a visit, here are the ones I like the best.
- Oak Mountain State Park, Pelham
- Gulf State Park, Gulf Shores
- Cathedral Caverns State Park, Woodville
- Cheaha State Park, Delta
- Lake Guntersville State Park, Guntersville
- Joe Wheeler State Park, Rogersville
- Meaher State Park, Spanish Fort
- Lake Lurleen State Park, Coker
- DeSoto State Park, Fort Payne
- Monte Sano State Park, Huntsville
- Buck's Pocket State Park, Grove Oak
- Rickwood Caverns State Park, Warrior
Discover more by reading our article about the best state parks in Alabama.
What are the best waterfalls in Alabama?
If you love chasing waterfalls in Alabama, here are 10 that belong on your bucket list.
- Noccalula Falls, Gadsden
- DeSoto Falls, Mentone
- Indian Falls, Fort Payne
- Devil's Den Falls, Lineville
- Caney Creek Falls, Double Springs
- Sougahoagdee Falls, Houston
- Mardis Mill Falls, Blountsville
- Cheaha Falls, Lineville
- Little River Canyon, Fort Payne
- High Falls Park, Grove Oak
- Cold Water Falls, Tuscumbia
- Turkey Creek Falls, Pinson
Be sure to read our previous article with more information about the best waterfalls in Alabama.