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  • ...tion of several of the best museums in the state of [[Scouting in Alabama| Alabama]]. This museum in Lagarde Park, Anniston, Alabama, exhibiting more than 2,000 natural history items on permanent display, inc
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  • ...cil's name refers to the Chattahoochee River, which flows through Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. ...ier District (CHC)| George H Lanier District]]''' - serves Chambers County Alabama, Harris County Georgia, the City of West Point, Ga. in Troup County and Tal
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  • '''Alabama State Parks''' ...Park]]''', located in Marshall County in [[Scouting in Alabama| Northeast Alabama]] is home to some of the largest underground cavern formations in the great
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  • ...led among 1,447 acres for woodlands in east central [[Scouting in Alabama| Alabama]], near [[Cheaha State Park]]. # '''[[Cheaha State Park]], Highest Point in Alabama''', is a 2719 mountain-top wilderness preserve. Facilities include a 30-un
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  • '''Cathedral Caverns State Park''', operated by [[Alabama State Parks]], is a home to some of the largest underground cavern formati * See also [[Greater Alabama Council]].
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Jefferson County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Houston County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Etowah County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Madison County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Mobile County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Scouting Adventures in Montgomery County, [[Scouting in Alabama|Alabama]]''' === Museums ===
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  • '''Cheaha State Park''', operated by [[Alabama State Parks]], is a 2719 mountain-top wilderness preserve. Facilities inclu '''Cheaha Mountain''' - Highest Point in Alabama [2,413 FT]
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  • '''Scouting in Alabama''' has a long history, from the 1910s to the present day, serving thousands == Boy Scouting in Alabama ==
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  • [[Image:Ussalabama1.jpg|thumb|right|USS Alabama (BB-60), 1 December 1942, in camouflage. Note trunked tower foremast and fu ...eserve fleet in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Bremerton, Washington. In 1964, Alabama was taken to Mobile Bay and opened as a museum ship the following year. The
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  • *[[Georgia-Alabama Council]] ...labama]]/Georgia state line near many local attractions, parks, trails and museums.
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  • ...tate Parks]] near the unincorporated town of McCalla in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Tannehill Furnace, i | location= McCalla, Alabama
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  • *[[Alabama-Florida Council]] # '''[[Camp Alaflo]]''' - ([[Alabama-Florida Council]]) primary summer camp facility located in Coffee County AL
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  • ...Arrowhead District Day Camps are offered at Point Mallard Park in Decatur, Alabama and at Sportsman Lake Park in Cullman, Alabama.
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