Hikes in Tuskegee National Forest (AL)

Overview Tuskegee National Forest is the smallest national forest in the U.S. at just over 11,000 acres. Located just miles down the road from Auburn, AL, there are plenty of recreational opportunities for all visitors. In November of 1959, President Dwight D. Eisenhower proclaimed the area as Tuskegee National Forest. Before that, this part of […]

Hikes in Bankhead National Forest (AL)

Overview William B. Bankhead National Forest is located in northwestern Alabama and covers more than 180,000 acres. The forest is known as the “land of a thousand waterfalls” and is popular for hiking, fishing, canoeing, and more. Within Bankhead National Forest, Sipsey Wilderness contains dozens of waterfalls and is the most visited Wilderness area in […]

Hikes in Talladega National Forest (AL)

Overview Talladega National Forest is located in Alabama. Only 50 or so miles southeast of Birmingham, it sits at the southern edge of the Appalachian Mountains. The forest covers nearly 400,000 acres and is administered by three districts – Talladega, Shoal Creek, and Oakmulgee. Trees, wild flowers, and an abundance of wildlife make biking and […]