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Frank Jackson
Frank Jackson
Frank Jackson

Frank Jackson State Park, Alabama

Lakefront camping and an ample stock of bass and crappie. Need we say more? Frank Jackson State Park is a prime place for freshwater fishing and just getting your chill on. Decorative scarecrows Read more...
Lakefront camping and an ample stock of bass and crappie. Need we say more? Frank Jackson State Park is a prime place for freshwater fishing and just getting your chill on. Decorative scarecrows contributed by local artists line the trails, which definitely adds a more down-home vibe. Major in Relaxation 101 as you listen to waves lap on the pedestrian bridge, or take a walk through the newly planted garden to stop and smell the flowers. A wetland wildlife viewing area and mere $3 boat rental mean you can really get the best this area has to offer. With several other national forests nearby, consider this the first stop of many more to come.
Frank Jackson Campground
Anglers arrive in herds to Frank Jackson Campground, eager to settle down next to Lake Jackson’s 1,000...
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