The (William B.) Bankhead National Forest is located in northwestern Alabama and is comprised of 180,581 acres.
There are four developed campgrounds, all of which meet the selection criteria.
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Separation between sites, rather than vegetation, provides good privacy. The variety of hardwoods suggests lovely fall foliage.Activities such as the Natural Bridge (the longest east of the Rockies), Little Natural Bridge, Looney's Tavern Amphitheater and Park (currently closed), Houston Civil War Jail, and Pine Torch Church (so called because the worshipers used "pine torches" for lighting their 1850-constructed church).In case you weren't aware, in the 1860's, a large number of the Winston County residents (in the southern portion of the Bankhead) refused to side against Old Glory.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.
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The campground is convenient to the 36.7-mile Marienville ATV/Bike Trail.
Consider day trips to the nearby "battered timber" area where the effects of a 1985 tornado can be seen and Tionesta Scenic Area with its 2000-acre tract of original forest. The campground, located in a stand of mixed hardwoods, has two sections.
Brushy Lake campground, adjacent to a small, very picturesque lake, is a more "traditional" National Forest campground offering a fire-ring, table, communal water spigots and a level space under mature hardwood and pine trees to pitch a tent.
Clear Creek considered "backyard" campgrounds for Birmingham, AL, offer recreational opportunities in and near the campground making it a good destinations.
The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) added several trails in the 1980s.