Join us for a webinar on the history of Flagg Mountain on Tuesday May 24 at 5:30 pm.
Originally known as Weogufka Regional Park, today, Weogufka State Forest encompasses 240 acres including Flagg Mountain in Coosa County, Alabama. The park was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during the Great Depression. As part of Roosevelt’s New Deal, the CCC was the first Federal relief program created, the longest running (1933-1942), and the most successful. Unemployed men, especially from urban areas, enrolled in the CCC and were paid, clothed, and housed for their labor. The Weogufka Regional Park project was one of the earliest CCC projects within Alabama. Alabama Forestry Commission
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A walk along the Pinhoti Trail. What’s your favorite section? ... See MoreSee Less
Cheaha State Park-Alabama to the Northern Terminus where it intersects the BMT is my favorite. Benton MacKaye Trail Association. #PinhotiForever