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57. Coosa WMA: Cahaba & Columbiana Tract
Date of Purchase: October 25, 2007
Location: Coosa County
COOSA WMA: CAHABA & COLUMBIANA TRACTS in Coosa County consists of 9,746 acres of Mountain Longleaf habitat interspersed by hardwood drains within the Weogufka and Hatchet Creek watersheds. All of the land lies within the Coosa WMA, one of Alabama’s oldest established public hunting areas. The property also hosts one of the last remaining populations of red-cockaded woodpeckers outside of Alabama’s National Forest system.
This tract offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, canoeing, camping, and hiking. There is an 11.4 mile hiking trail that is rated moderate to strenuous. There are two campsites along the hiking trail that accommodate 8 to 10 hikers. All campsites are free to use and are open year round.