Cherokee Rock Village is a 200-acre public park sitting atop Lookout Mountain, overlooking Weiss Lake inside Cherokee County, Alabama. Unique tall rock formations and caves offer the best in adventure and sightseeing. Its most notable features are massive, house-sized sandstone boulders and stone formations up to 200 feet high that date back 300 million years to the Pennsylvanian Period. Activities include rock climbing, bird watching, geocaching and primitive camping. There are 14 miles of mountain hiking and trail running, along with equestrian and mountain biking trails.
Latitude: 34.213159 Longitude: -85.798389 Elevation: 899 ft
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Traveling around America and seeing the beauty and history of this great nation.
Mentone Inn B & B. The hospitality of this small mountain town is great. The innkeeper is so nice and the inn is within walking distance of the Wildflower Cafe for dinner. Historic Inn only a short drive from two beautiful waterfalls and numerous overlooks. Oh! Not to mention the superb breakfast you will be served.
Following a back road or highway instead of the interstate.This will allow you to see so much of an area that you would not normally see otherwise.
Activities include rock climbing, bird watching, geocaching and primitive camping. There are 14 miles of mountain hiking and trail running, along with equestrian and mountain biking trails.
Fees$5 per car per day ($20 for large vehicles)
Jerry Baker - Cherokee Rock Village
2000 County Road 70
Leesburg, AL 35983 US