Hiking The Chattahoochee State Park
The 7th most popular hiking trail in Alabama.
Saturday 25 June 2016 03:59 GMT
Southeast of Dothan, the 600 acre Chattahoochee State Park has 8 trails totaling 7 hiking miles through beautiful woodlands.
The Turkey Strut Trail starts from the Ranger Station and heads north to the fire lane on the park boundary.
The CCC Camp Trail begins slightly north of the Ranger Station and circles the historic CCC Camp.
The Dogwood Trail starts from the Ranger Station, crosses the CCC Camp Trail and ends at the Turkey Strut Trail.
The Scout Trail starts from the Ranger Station and heads east parallel to the lake.
The Buck Fever Trail starts from the Tortoise Trail and turns north and ends at the north boundary fire lane.
The park is located 25 miles southeast of Dothan off SR95 in the southeast corner of the state. The park entrance is less than a mile north of the Florida border. The park is near but not on the Chattachoochee River.
Overall, Chattahoochee State Park is the 7th most popular hiking trail of all 15 hikes in Alabama.