Introduction to Alabama state parks

Some generalities about Alabama state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.

Cheaha State Park Alabama

Cheaha State Park

Park Address:  19644 AL-281, Delta, AL 36258

Park Description:  The mountains of Cheaha State Park are the highest in the state of Alabama.

Cheaha State Park Visitors Guide

Gulf State Park Alabama

Gulf State Park

Park Address:  20115 State Park Rd, Gulf Shores, AL 36542

Park Description:  This park is known for its beaches, theme parks and shrimping community.

Gulf State Park Visitors Guide

Desoto State Park Alabama

Desoto State Park

Park Address:  7104 Desoto Pkwy NE, Fort Payne, AL 35967

Park Description:  The park features 25 miles of hiking trails that include more than 11 miles of mountain bike trails.

Desoto State Park Visitors Guide

Blue Springs State Park Alabama

Blue Springs State Park

Park Address:  2595 AL-10, Clio, AL 36017

Park Description:  The 103-acre state park features a clear blue, natural underground spring that pumps 3,600 US gal of water per hour into two concrete-ringed swimming pools.

Blue Springs State Park Visitors Guide

Cathedral Caverns State Park

Park Address: 637 Cave Rd, Woodville, AL 35776

Park Description: The park's main feature, first known as Bats Cave, was developed as a tourist attraction in the 1950s.

Cathedral Caverns State Park Visitors Guide