About the Museum

The C.C.C. Museum is located in Bunker Tower, Alabama's highest point, and is open for tours by park guests, home school groups,school field trip groups, and others. Our museum is a collection of dozens of items used by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The entrance fee to the park covers your visit to the C.C.C. Museum. Company 2420C SP-7 replaced Company 468. Company 2420C SP-7 was composed of African-American veterans of WWI. These men continued work at the park by completing the dam, filling Cheaha Lake, putting final touches on the lodge, topping out Bunker Tower, and landscaping the 2,799 acres with thousands of trees and shrubs.

Plan Your Visit 

The CCC Museum is open 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

March - November  : (Closed Monday & Tuesdays) 

We are sorry due to funding cuts we had to reduce or change the hours of our museum. 
December  -  February  Open - Friday, Saturday, Sunday  closed on weekdays - 
To plan a visit  or request information email us  at Cheaha.event@dcnr.alabama.gov . (We will open on closed days for  field trips or groups booked in advance)  contact our email. 

 

Volunteer

Cheaha State Park is looking for volunteers to help staff the museum. Contact us for more information about opportunities to volunteer.

Special Hours and Notices  

The museum will be unavailable for tours December  25, 31 & 1st of Jan. .  
The C.C.C. Museum is closed during severe winter weather.

Please help us with any information you have on:

Company 468 that worked at Cheaha until 1936.

Also, we would love to have a copy of the "Carver Outlook"

We welcome donations or loan items for the museum. Please contact sales at  256-488-5115 ext. 2813 they will be happy to book a group tour for you. 


Company 3477 Camp F-6 Heflin - Road construction crew

 

Day use  fee will apply to visit museums.