Cheaha State Park Field Trips
NEW: Pinhoti Mineral & Gem Mining Co.
Our newest attraction, the Pinhoti Mineral and Gem Mining Co., is located behind the Indian Artifacts Museum next to the park store. Purchase bags of sand at the store and see what you can find! Bags are priced starting at $6 and are available during store hours from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. A brochure included in each bag will help ideitify the gems you find.
Groups wishing to experience the gem mine should call ahead or email our event coordinator Mary at Cheaha.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field Trip Package
Children 6 And Older
Monday - Friday
Select Two Options
Presentation on the history of CheahaState Park
Stories around a campfire (unless there is fire warning) with weenie roast and marshmallows (not included in the lunch menu)
Climb to the top of the Observation Tower (Alabama's Highest Point)
Walk the Bald Rock Boardwalk Trail / Question and answer with Park staff.
Tour the Walter Farr Indian Artifacts Museum
We teach your class how to start making a pine needle basket.
We will be happy to give your class a test at the end of the trip.
The student with the highest score will win a free day visit to our park.
Lunch Bags Will Include:
Ham & Cheese Sandwich
Box of Juice or soft drink
(For Other Lunch Options, Please Contact email@example.com)
$8.95 per person
December Home school- Christmas Workshop $15.00 per child
Weekdays Monday - Thursday
Edible Cabin Kit
Board to place cabin on, pre-cut graham crackers, frosting, limited candy. (hot chocolate for parent and child with ham sandwich). We will have people to help you build your cabin. You will take your Cabin with you.
We encourage you to bring candy you feel your child might want to use. While shopping, look for gummy bears, fish for a lake, etc... Anything they may want to have on, in, or around their cabin.
Goal For This Workshop - To teach the child to be creative and flexible.
Examples: Ice cream cone can be a tree, cookies become tractors or people. Use your imagination. Think beyond what you see. We find this will become a yearly tradition with many families as the child becomes excited at what they can make from all kinds of items. Food is fun.