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Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail

Located on Coldwater Mountain in Anniston, this brand-new trail offers both a 1.5 mile Beginner Loop, which riders of any level can ride, and a 10 mile Blue Loop for Intermediate riders. Perfect for those looking for a leisure ride or a bit of a challenge! Coldwater Road Anniston 36201

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Civil Rights Heritage Trail

Take a walking tour of the Freedom Riders Civil Rights Heritage Trail, taking in the historic murals, and find out the major role Calhoun County, Alabama played during the Civil Rights movement.   Murals in the alleyways of the old Greyhound and Trailways Bus stations depict scenes from when the Freedom Riders were attacked here […]

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Choccolocco Mountain Off-Road Vehicle Park

Located just one mile from Jacksonville, Al. town square, the Choccoloco Mountain Off-Road Vehicle Park welcomes every type of off-road vehicle including: ATV’s, side-by-sides, dirt bikes, four wheel drives, rail buggies and rock crawlers. 450 acres of forest covered mountains with a vast trail system with moderate to extreme trails for the more advanced vehicles! […]

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Chattahoochee River

The Chattahoochee River forms the eastern boundary of the City of Valley. There are put in/take out points at the Old Shawmut Airport Boat Landing, the Langdale Boat Landing, and the River View Boat Landing. Discussion about the Chattahoochee Valley Blueway, a bi-state (Alabama & Georgia) project to create a 52-mile paddling trail running from […]

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Talladega Mountains Natural Resource Center

The Talladega Mountains Natural Resource Center (a partnership between Jacksonville State University, the Cleburne County Commission and the Talladega National Forest) opened in November, 2012. The Mountain Center houses the JSU Field Schools and will act as a visitor center to “the highest concentration of nationally protected natural areas” in the country. The JSU Field […]

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D.A.R.E Power Park

D.A.R.E Power Park is a 30-acre, day-use facility developed in 1997 by Alabama Power with cooperation from the local community. The name of the facility came from the winning entry in a contest to name the park. The competition was open to student members of the Drug Awareness Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) organizations at four Tallapoosa […]

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Chapman’s Creek

A serene birding stop characterized by mature mid- and upper-story habitat. There is a good likelihood of finding woodpeckers (including Pileated), Red-eyed Vireos, Summer Tanagers, Wood Thrushes, Great Crested Flycatchers, Broad-winged Hawks, and Wild Turkeys.

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Coosa WMA/Double Bridges

One of the five “birdiest” sites visited in this region. Many bird species not detected at any other site were found here — songbirds, raptors, and game birds. A colony of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers resides here. The trail is being tended and lengthened. It is currently approximately 3 miles long, for a 6-mile hike in and […]

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