Wilderness Park and Bamboo Forest

Birdwatching
Walking
Stroller Friendly
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Dogs Allowed
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Wilderness Park
800 Upper Kingston Rd
Prattville, AL 36067
Hidden away in Wilderness Park, located in Prattville, is a beautiful bamboo forest that was once used by the U.S. military during the Vietnam era. And in 1982, it became the first park of its kind developed inside city limits in the United States. Many areas of this park have bamboo stalks as tall as 60 feet, and with a trunk diameter of 6 inches. Besides bamboo, several other varieties of plants can be found within the forest, including Alabama’s second largest beech tree.
https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/alabama/bamboo-forest-prattville-al/


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Wilderness Park and Bamboo Forest | Trail length: 1 miles | Latitude: 32.478870 | Longitude: -86.480960 | City of Prattville (334)595-0100 Nearest Cities: Montgomery, Prattville


Activities Available: Birding | Walking
Amenities Available: Benches | Dogs Allowed | Picnic Tables | Stroller Friendly

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