Alabama seems to have gotten its name from the Alabama River, which used to be the home lands of a Native American tribe. This tribe was known as the Albaamaha or as we would know it, the Alabama tribe.
Talladega National Forest
This national forest is surrounded by the Cheaha State Park and has the highest point in Alabama.
Mobile city is known for having the oldest carnival in the entire United States!
Neversink Sink Pithole
Having a 40 foot decent to the bottom, the ledges and waterfalls of this sinkhole are covered in ferns, and the cavity is made of limestone. When the bottom is reached, there are caves that can be explored.
Spanning across 44,000 acres, this lake has over 750 miles of wooded shoreline. Now that is huge!
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