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Corn Creek Wilderness Park

Corn Creek Wilderness Park is a heavily wooded park on the banks of Corn Creek and the Coosa River. This beautiful and isolated site offers good birding opportunities.  You can walk the overgrown  1+ mile of trails in the mixed pine and hardwood forest for woodland birds. The junction where the creek flows into the river of course offers various opportunities for seeing water birds. Scan the skies for birds of prey. Great birding opportunities also can be found all along the gravel road up to the bluff.  The park has many benches and picnic tables for family gatherings, and weekends in fine weather may be crowded.  The best times to visit are weekdays and/or early mornings on weekends and holidays.

Directions: From Montgomery, take Highway 231N through Wetumpka.  After passing Highway 14, turn L in approximately one mile, directly across from prison.  Follow Gravel road one mile through woods to park.

GPS: 32.5598553  -86.20246

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