Register at our store and pick up the combination to the campground gate
RATE - $13.00 PER NIGHT - Now Open
$14.00 per night April - December
Camping Rate $2.00 each additional person (max 8 per site)
Extra tent for children allowed $5.00 no more than 2 tents per site
(Also known as the CCC campground, this campground was Cheaha's first campground)
Cheaha State Park will mark our 75th Celebration of Alabama State Parks with Our Tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corp. June 6th, 2014
June 6th, 2014 Friday Night 6:00 PM - Grand opening of the CCC Primitive Campground free primitive camping limited sites (first come first serve) . Music, Stories & roast marshmallows by our group fire. We will supply tea, lemonade and make ice cream.
Celebrate with us!
Campground Registration, Camper Check-in, Information, Camping Supplies, & Gift Shop Located at our Country store. Please register before you set up to camp to ensure we have a site available. 1-800-610-5801
Note for campers:
Must arrive and register before 10:00 pm
Primitive tent sites will include:
Fire ring located on each site
Community water faucet
Bathroom in primitive campground or Short Drive to bath house in Improved campground.
Company 2420 was transferred to Camp SP-17 at Munford Company 2420 -V consisted of World War Veterans.
The veterans began work with the construction of their camp next to Cheaha Lake. Construction began with the mess hall and barracks, and then the officer's quarters. Work in the park consisted of a sand beach for the lake, construction of the Bald Rock Lodge, and over night Cabins. These structures were all constructed out of native rock. In addition to the construction of the structures, Company 2420 also worked on a deer-restocking project for the park and the Talladega National Forest. The deer were captured in North Carolina. Company 2420 also planted Virginia Pines throughout the park. According to the CCC Camp Directory for Alabama, Camp SP- 17 was abandoned after the 18th enrollment period in March of 1942.
We welcome any donations anyone would like to make to our CCC museum.
Thank you for supporting our park!