Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve
IUCN Category IV (Habitat/Species Management Area)
View of Cane Creek Canyon from the Point
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|Location||Colbert County, Alabama, United States|
|Area||700 acres (280 ha)|
|Visitors||10,000 per year|
|Operator||Jim and Faye Lacefield|
Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve is a 413-acre (167 ha) private nature preserve in Colbert County, Alabama, south of Tuscumbia that opened in 1986 and is owned by Jim and Faye Lacefield. The couple purchased 40 acres (16 ha) of land in 1979 and gradually added land, growing to over 700 acres (280 ha). The land's features include waterfalls, wetlands, streams, glades, cliffs, and the canyon. The preserve, which is open to the public, has 15 miles (24 km) of hiking trails, and access to the preserve is free.
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