Shoal Creek Preserve Tract

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A $100,000 grant from the National Park Service’s Land and Water Conservation Fund in 2002 helped save the 298-acre Shoal Creek Preserve Tract in Lauderdale County, Alabama, from potential development. Located approximately 7 miles north of Florence, this nature preserve offers opportunities for low-impact outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, fishing, canoeing, picnicking, bird watching, photography and nature study. Shoal Creek Preserve allows visitors to explore 298 acres of fallow fields, mature upland hardwood stands and scenic creek bottoms A variety of plant and animal species make their home in the diverse habitats across the preserve, in fields, mature upland hardwood forests, and scenic creek bottoms. Besides Shoal Creek, other waterways on the property include Indian Camp Creek, Lawson Creek, and Jones Branch. (per  National Park Resources)


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Park information current as of September 15, 2014
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