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Tuskegee National Forest
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Tuskegee National Forest Creature View © Alicia Green
I found these plants quite interesting and thought it might be fun to shoot a pic from the level of a small woodland animal exploring the forest.
Tuskegee National Forest Into the Wood © Alicia Green
The contour and enveloping reach of the limbs of this felled tree captured my attention.
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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125 National Forest Rd 949
Tuskegee, Alabama   36083
(lat:32.4788 lon:-85.6095) map location

Phone: (334) 727-2652
There are scores of fun pastimes to gratify everybody. Dry warm beds await you at Hampton Inn Auburn, and in the event that you don?t have a problem getting drenched, you can always go whitewater paddling on Sougahatchee Creek. After a long day outdoors Best Western University Convention Center is a perfect site to spend a night or two, and you're sure to stumble upon some friendly folks from Notasulga here.Tuskegee National Forest is a common location to spend time for people from Notasulga. Lots of precipitation falls at Tuskegee National Forest; through March this area sees the most rain, and October is the month with the least moisture. After a long day outdoors Sleep Inn & Suites is a great place to spend a night or two.This is no location for people who don?t like to have a good time. Golf can be played at PinOaks Golf Club; why not camp at Leisure Time Campgrounds since you're here at Tuskegee National Forest. A journey to Tuskegee National Forest is a wonderful selection when you must spend some time in nature. Do visit Vaughans Mill Pond in the neighborhood of Tuskegee National Forest, it's a beautiful lake, and swing by Hodnett Creek it's a good location to stop at.The splendid attractiveness of Tuskegee National Forest is there for your viewing contentment. If you need a place to stay Comfort Inn Auburn is a good choice, and Tuskegee National Forest is worth stopping at. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Auburn, Al is a nice site to get some rest, and camping is available at Bar-w RV Park.Tuskegee National Forest has a large amount of natural attractiveness; it's a location that is popular with people from far and near. Summertime highs at Tuskegee National Forest ordinarily tend to be in the 90's. For the period of the moonlight hours it's commonly in the 60's. The cold days of the wintertime come with highs in the 50's, and overnight lows during the wintertime for Tuskegee National Forest tend to be in the 20's. There is great outdoors recreation at Tuskegee National Forest, so you can have loads of fun.

Tuskegee National Forest is located near Auburn, Opelika and Tallassee

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 19 Hidden Beauties
park review stars; one to five 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
park review stars; one to five 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.
park review stars; one to five 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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Area Campgrounds
Bar-W RV Park
891 County Road 395
Auburn, AL
University Station RV Resort
3076 Alabama 14
Auburn, AL
Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground
2670 South College Street
Auburn, AL
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