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Tuskegee National Forest 'Bartram Trail' © Alicia Green
The trails were wet from a recent rain and we had to compete with bikers, but it was still a pleasant and interesting hike. Many of the woods took on a mysterious, fantasy woodland feel probably from the largely untamed areas of forest.
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Tuskegee National Forest
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Park Visitor: Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 19 Hidden Beauties
To enjoy this forest, you need to know where and when to look. Go on the Bartram Trail in late spring & early summer and the magnolia forest will be in bloom. Go on the Tsinia Wildlife Viewing Area trail early in the morning or late at night to see all the animals. Go swimming in the Uphapee or Choctafaula Creek and rest on their beaches. Choose anywhere to camp and go star-gazing. Go fishing in the pond (catfish & bass)or hunting (deer & doves). There is also a shooting range, plenty of wildberries, swamps, and other cool stuff.
May 28 fishing
we wade the creeks and fish the ponds, not to snakey and catch plenty of catfish, sunfish, and bass
April 1 Interesting Hike in the summer.
Tuskegee National Forest is not an extremely exciting region for a family but still worth a hike through. There are only a few trails but it does contain an 8 mile trail through the interior of the forest. Not that great for a tourist but a good site for research concerning Auburn University. Has a few nice campsites and is fairly secluded.
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USA Parks
USA Parks
Alabama
Alabama
Mid-east Region
Mid-east Region
Tuskegee National Forest
Tuskegee National Forest