Visiting Noccalula Falls

Visiting Noccalula Falls

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Visiting Noccalula Falls

Noccalula Falls is located in Gadsden, Al. It’s a beautiful park with a 90 foot waterfall. If you really want to see the falls rushing with water, you might want to go after it has rained pretty hard. The two times I have went the waterfall was not running super hard.

Great Place For Families, Couples, Adults, etc

Trails, camping, petting zoo, and more. This is a great place for the family and kids. There are also pioneer villages set up, which is cool if you like history. Tickets: Adults $6, Senior Adults/Military $4, Kids $4 and three and under free. There are also season pass rates as well. There is also a mini golf course near and a frios if you want pops!  

Make sure you stop by the Noccalula Statue and learn the story of Princess Noccalula. Let me know if you visit here or if you already have! Make sure you wear your swimsuit and wear proper shoes for hiking/water.

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Riding the train. Blurry but was too lazy to snap another one. Riding the train is included in your ticket. It doesn’t cost extra.
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This mill had something to do with seeds.
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I have a little obsession with blacksmiths ever since I went on the hunt for someone who shoots anvils. Look it up, it’s pretty cool.
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Inside the Blacksmith area. You can see an anvil.
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Covered bridge and you can see Lauren and John. Holla.
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We took the gorge trail to get down here.
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John standing on a rock.
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The princess and the falls.
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Poor thing was declawed from the original owner who thought it would be cool to have a lion as a pet..
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Deer have the softest antlers.
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It was so sweet!
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Can’t remember the name of this thing, but I know I can’t pronounce! Will have to come back and edit!
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The lynx.
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I will have to look this up again too.
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Cutest, sweetest goats.
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Unfortunately they didn’t get spastic like I was hoping.
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I know this one! It’s an emu!
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More cuties!
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Tortoise I believe.
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Drink that water.
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Watch out they spit!
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He was really trying to get to the feed.
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My first time at the falls, the rest of the pictures are from the second time. We went under the falls the first time.

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