DeSoto State Park is among the moist visited attractions by nature lovers in the state of Alabama. The park has an area of about 3 500 acres, and is placed at the peak of the Lookout Mountains in the northeastern portion of the state.
The mountain views on offer at the DeSoto State Park is one of its most visible attractions. The state park is also home to a number of beautiful waterfalls, streams and woods. The CCC or the Civilian Conservation Corps constructed the original facilities at the park using stones and native logs in the nineteen thirties. The Park has a range of varied attractions and things to do for visitors.
Hiking is one of the most enjoyable activities in the DeSoto State Park. The park is home to close to twenty mi of beautiful trails for hiking enthusiasts. There are a number of trails that are also permitted for cyclists. There are a number of beautiful attractions along the trails here. There is the Azalea Cascade and the Wildflower trails, both of which are exceedingly beautiful.
The Talmadge Butler Boardwalk Trail can be accessed by the handicapped as well, which makes it a great option. There are some heavenly views of the azaleas and the hardwood regions of the park, with an amazing vantage location at the azalea cascade.
The waterfalls at the DeSoto State Park are another highlight of the park. There are beautiful waterfalls such as the Laurel Falls, Indian Falls, Desoto Falls, Lost Falls and others.