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Day-Use Area:
7 a.m until sundown
  1. Is there a "Burn-Ban" in place at Cheaha?
    Occassionally, we will be placed under a burn-ban.  This is rare, but you are always welcome to call ahead before you come to find out.  Please contact our camp store at (256) 488-5111 or 1-800-610-5801.
  2. What are the Park Rules & Regulations?
    Please click the following link to see the Rules and Regulations for Alabama State Parks
    http://www.alapark.com/parks/pdfs/RulesAndRegulations.pdf
  3. Is Lake Chinnabee, Devil's Den or the Kentuck ORV Trail part of Cheaha Resort State Park?No. Areas like Lake Chinnabee, Devil's Den, Kentuck ORV and High Falls are owned by the U.S. Forest Service and operated by the Talladega National Forest.
    For more information on these facilities visit the U.S .Forest Service's Web site at  
    http://www.fs.fed.us/
  4. Can Weddings be held at campsites, cabins, chalets or on trails? No. Our goal is to serve all guest and to provide an area for each guest to enjoy. Group functions are restricted to reserved area's. 
  5. Is there a charge to visit the Park for the day? Yes, we depend on this revenue to help provide clean trails, bathrooms, cut grass, trash pick up services and other much needed services to ensure your visit is a wonderful one. 

    Day Use Fees:
    Everyday: $2 for  age 6 - Adults
    Senior Citizens 62 years of age and older: $1