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Natural Bridge Park, Natural Bridge

(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Natural Bridge is but one of the amazing views in this park. If you don't walk the whole trail (about a mile, I think), you will miss caves, springs, a pretty babling brook, natural waterfalls, 3 ...  more »
  • This place almost looks like a place from "Avatar". The trail is not long and mostly easy. See if you can see an "Indian chief" looking for you. It still amazes me how God created these beautiful form...  more »
  • We arrived early so we had the park to ourselves. In addition to the natural bridge, the park holds interesting formed by Ron's of rock & water interaction. Our peaceful walk through the park offered ...  more »
  • For $3.50 you can enter a Wonderland of middle Alabama. Tucked away on the route to Bankhead National Forest, I'm so glad we turned around to check this out. A short walk into woods and you'll find the bridge. Take an extra hour to hike the surrounding trails, so many more beautiful natural rock features to be discovered. Great for families!
  • Wonderful trip to a beautiful place. Small entry fee for such stunning natural views. Take the time to walk the many trails and not just the bridge walk.
  • This place was very cool and even if you were in a hurry and in this area its a short walk from the parking area. There is a small entry charge I believe, but well worth it. The Natural Bridge formation is 60 ft high, 148 feet long, and composed of sandstone and iron ore. This bridge is the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains in North America. Also here there is a outcropping of rock, presenting the image of a large American Indian head. The stone image is just over 15 feet high and a short walk from the natural bridge here.
  • Lots of little trails. We were able to explore all around. It was beautiful, more so than I expected
  • The bridge is pretty spectacular. It was nice to walk around the park lots of pretty scenery.