Cheaha State Park

Museums

Cheaha Native American Museum
Cheaha CCC Museum
Cheaha CCC Museum
Cheaha CCC Museum

About the Walt Farr Native American Museum

The Walter Farr Native American Relic Museum contains a collection of hundreds of artifacts including arrowheads, knives, drills, bird points, pottery, and much more. This museum is currently located outside the park pay gate across from the Cheaha State Park Country Store. 

Museum Hours (March 1st- November 30th)

Friday: 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. 

Saturday: 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. 

Sunday: 10:00a.m.-1:00p.m. 

Closed December 1st-Feb 28th

 

About the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum

The C.C.C. Museum is located in Bunker Tower, Alabama's highest point. Our museum houses a collection of numerous items used by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The entrance fee to the park covers your visit to the C.C.C. Museum. Company 465, Co 468, and CO 2420 worked to build Cheaha State Park. Some of their work included creating a dam for Cheaha Lake, filling the lake, building cabins, building the Observation Tower, building the Bald Rock Lodge, building pavilions, building the lake bathhouse, and re-planted the park with trees.

Museum Hours (March 1st- November 30th)

Friday: 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. 

Saturday: 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. 

Sunday: 1:00p.m.-4:00p.m. 

Closed December 1st-Feb 28th

 

Please help us with any information you have on:

Company 465, 468, or 2420 that worked at Cheaha State Park.

 

Volunteers

Cheaha State Park is looking for volunteers to help staff the museums. Contact us for more information about opportunities to volunteer. We also welcome donations and loans for display at the museum.

Groups may schedule special Native American programs or field trips.

Contact Mandy.Pearson@dcnr.alabama.gov for more information on Cheaha State Park's Educational Opportunities.