Fall Day In North Alabama

| October 20, 2008 @ 6:46 am | 6 Replies

Thanks to Sam Calhoun for these images… he writes:

“Hi James,

Here are some photos from my camping trip to Bucket’s Pocket this past weekend. It was a big buggy, but we couldn’t have asked for much better weather!”


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  1. lynnd currently in Chattanooga says:

    Beautiful! Where is that? Up near Little River Canyon?

  2. Sharon says:

    Where is this? Is it a park? If so do they allow horseback riding or hiking?

  3. Vic at Black Creek/Scrougeout says:

    It’s located sorta between Little River Canyon and Guntersville State Park, but much nearer Guntersville. It’s the smallest state park, but one of the most beautiful, especially for fall foliage. Check out the link below. http://www.alapark.com/parks/park.cfm?parkid=1

  4. JO says:

    I think he meant Buck’s Pocket. Love that place.

  5. Sue says:

    Bucks Pocket is a great place, have family in that area. There is a place to Rappel and at certain dates you can see eagles fly. Take a picnic lunch, look around and enjoy! The website has good info and photos.


  6. Sam says:

    Yes, I meant Buck’s Pocket, silly typo on my end there. We took the rough road to the primitive campground part of it, and outside of various wildlife sounds, it was probably the quietest place I’ve camped outside of Cheaha State Park or the Sipsey Wilderness Area.

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