Cheaha State Park

Welcome to Cheaha Resort State Park, an exceptional park located in Alabama. Established in 1933, this park is spread over 2,799 acres of stunning granite boulders, ancient trees, and offers breathtaking panoramic views from Alabama’s highest point at an elevation of 2,407 feet above sea level. It’s like being on a picturesque island in the sky and often above the clouds. You won’t find a more unique and memorable experience anywhere else.

Don’t worry about feeling isolated, as Cheaha State Park is just a 30-minute drive away from several historic downtown areas, including Oxford, Heflin, Anniston, Talladega, Lineville, Munford, and Ashland. These downtowns offer a variety of activities, including shopping, dining, cultural arts, and recreation. There’s something for everyone, and we’re sure you’ll have a great time.

To reach the park, you have three primary routes available. The Talladega Scenic Drive (Alabama Highway 281) is the recommended and most accessible route for large recreational vehicles. AL Hwy 49 is also a viable option and connects with AL Hwy 281.

If you’re looking for a picturesque drive, take Cheaha Road (County Road 42) from Munford, AL. This route passes through Talladega National Forest and offers numerous curves, roadside brambles, and uneven asphalt. However, it’s important to note that this road is not well-maintained and is not recommended for large recreational vehicles.

We hope you visit Cheaha State Park soon and create unforgettable memories. For more information on the park, click here.

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