Natural Bridge Park Haleyville, Alabama
Amidst green foliage and stunning rock formations is Alabama’s Natural
Bridge, a sprawling sandstone and iron ore bridge formed over 200
million years ago. Just outside William Bankhead National Forest, the
overpass spans a small cave area with a curved rock formation 148 feet
long and 60 feet high. Although the area was recognized as a national
park in 1954, Native Americans had been dwelling in the area and
underneath the natural bridge for hundreds of years.