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DeSoto State Park Type State Park Location Cherokee / DeKalb counties, near Fort Payne, Alabama Area 3,000 acres (12 km2) Created 1930s Operated by Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources DeSoto State Park is located in northeast Alabama, near Fort Payne. Named after Hernando de Soto, it was developed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps after the Great Depression. The park's natural scenery includes more than 3,000 acres (12 km2) of forest, rivers, waterfalls, and beautiful mountain terrain. Its services include a lodge, cabins, a restaurant, modern chalets and campsites, a picnic area, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a nature center and miles of hiking trails. DeSoto borders the Little River, the longest flowing mountaintop river in the United States. Nearby are Little River Canyon National Preserve, historic Mentone, and Desoto Falls, a 104-foot (32 m) waterfall below historic A.A. Miller Dam. External links Alabama State Parks - DeSoto DeSoto State Park official website Newspaper writeup v · d · eProtected Areas of Alabama Federal National Parks and Historic Sites Horseshoe Bend National Military Park  • Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site  • Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site National Monuments Russell Cave National Monument National Forests Conecuh • Talladega • Tuskegee • William B. Bankhead National Wildlife Refuges Bon Secour • Cahaba River • Choctaw • Eufaula • Fern Cave • Key Cave • Mountain Longleaf • Santa Cave • Watercress Darter • Wheeler Other Protected Areas Little River Canyon National Preserve • Natchez Trace Trail • Pinhoti National Recreation Trail • Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail • Weeks Bay Reserve Wilderness Areas Cheaha Wilderness • Dugger Mountain Wilderness • Sipsey Wilderness State State Parks Bladon Springs • Blue Springs • Buck's Pocket • Cathedral Caverns • Chattahoochee • Cheaha • Chewacla • Chickasaw • DeSoto • Florala • Frank Jackson • Gulf • Joe Wheeler • Lake Guntersville • Lake Lurleen • Lakepoint • Meaher • Monte Sano • Oak Mountain • Paul M. Grist • Rickwood Caverns • Roland Cooper • Wind Creek State Forests Fayette • Geneva • Little River • Saint Stephens • Weogufka Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (web) Coordinates: 34°20′10″N 85°40′7″W / 34.33611°N 85.66861°W / 34.33611; -85.66861 This Alabama state location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e