CHEAHA STATE PARK
CHEAHA STATE PARK
19644 Hwy 281
Delta, Alabama 36258
Toll Free: 800-252-7275
Cheaha State Park 'Cheaha Star'
Located in Clay and Cleburne Counties, Cheaha State Park is the pinnacle of natural beauty and awe in Alabama. Surrounded by the Talladega National Forest, this foothill of the Appalachian Mountains holds the reputation of the highest point in Alabama. Standing 2,407 ft. above sea level, it is no wonder why the local Creek Indians named this place "Chaha," meaning high place.
After the state of Alabama acquired lands in 1933, which today comprise 11 of the 22 State Parks, a cooperative effort with the State of Alabama and the National Park System, paved the way for the Civilian Conservation Corp's (CCC) development and construction of Cheaha State Park. Its continuous operation since 1933, makes Cheaha, Alabama's oldest continuously operating State Park.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Picnic Shelters, #2
Camper Cabins, #3
AccommodationsLodge Rooms, #12
Family Cottages, #4
Mountian Top Campground - Located on top of Cheaha Mountain this campground offers 43 full hook-up sites with two accessible full service bath houses. All the Park amenities including restaurant, picnic area, lodging and country store is within walking, hiking or driving distance.
Cheaha Lake Campground - Located near Cheaha Lake this campground offers 30 full hook-up sites with a full service bathhouse. A three-mile drive takes guest to all the Park amenities including restaurant, picnic area, lodging and country store.
Semi-Primitive / Tent Only Camping
Picnic Trail Campground -Located along the observation tower road, the campground offers water service, restrooms, picnicking, playground, and within walking distance, the observation tower nestled at the highest point in the state.
Bunker Loop Campground - Located behind the full service campground, this campground offers easy access to two bathhouses. Most sites are equipped with grills and fire rings.
The cabins at Cheaha feature bathtub/showers, fireplaces, heating & air, linens, microwaves, irons, ironing boards, coffee makers, kitchenettes. Daily housekeeping service is not available. Linens and towels may be exchanged at the hotel front desk daily between 12-p.m. - 3 p.m. Firewood can be purchased at the Park's country store between 8am - 4pm Sunday - Thursday. We welcome you to purchase firewood from us or bring your own wood. Bundles sold at stores will fit our fireplaces. No more than 3 over capacity per cabin.
There are four cabin choices:
Bluff Side Cabins ? Cabins 1-4 are located along the western bluff of the Mountain where guests can view spectacular sunsets. There is one Queen bed in one large room. SLEEPS 2
Cabin 16 pet friendly Camping Cabin ? also known as the ?museum cabin? is modern enough to be completely comfortable yet, rustic enough to show the historical aspect of its original design. There is one Queen bed. This is the only ?pet-friendly? cabin currently offered at the Park. this cabin does not have a full kitchen. SLEEPS 2 PEOPLE.
4-Capacity Cabins ? Cabins 7-10 are located across the street from the Park's Chalets. Each cabin features two Queen beds, a full kitchen, and bath, a small dining nook, and open ceilings. SLEEPS 4
Deluxe Cabins (Honeymoon cabins) ? Cabins 5 & 6 feature a screened porch, rustic wooden furniture and whirlpool tub. Like our Bluff Side Cabins, these cabins host one large room for sleeping and relaxing. Along with a Queen bed, these two cabins are furnished with a television and DVD player.
THE ONLY CABINS WITH TV AND DVD
Featuring fireplaces, central heating and air, linens, kitchenettes (with microwaves) irons, ironing boards and coffee makers, each of our chalets offer the scenic beauty of the outdoors from the porch. No more than 3 over capacity per chalet.
Chalets 12 ? 14 are ?pet-friendly.? Also, these three Chalets are equipped with gas log fireplaces.
Chalet 15 offers an easy walk down a well lit path to its entrance. This Chalet is suited for guests who prefer not to walk up or down steep paths or stairs. Inside is a traditional woodburning fire place. Wood is for sale in the Park's country store.
Chalet 11 is ADA accessible featuring a well-lit ramp for our hand-capable guests. Also the chalet is equipped with an ADA-approved shower, widened doorways and appliances, lowered for easy access. Inside is a traditional woodburning fireplace. Wood is for sale in the Park's country store. Firewood can be purchased at the Park's country store between 8am - 4pm Sunday - Thursday. We welcome you to purchase firewood from us or bring your own wood. Bundles sold at stores will fit our fireplaces.
Cheaha Hotel Pool
The pool is open 8:00 am - 9:00 pm. Overnight guest have access to the pool located near the Hotel & Restaurant. Please bring your beach towels. Cheaha State Park does not supply towels for swimming. The swimming area generally opens for swimming on Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day.
Take a swim and cool down in Cheaha Lake. The six-acre man made lake has its own play area, beach, diving platform and paddle boating. The swimming area generally opens for swimming and boating on Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day.
Please bring your beach towels.
Entrance fee will be charged for guest not staying over night.
NO LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY AT THE LAKE OR POOL.CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.*** Life jackets are required to be worn by persons 12 years old and younger. An adult must accompany those persons under 12.
*** Fishing is NOT permitted from the paddle boats.
*** No boats are allowed in swimming or beach areas.