Heflin, Alabama

At a Glance Heflin is the gateway to the Talladega National Forest, Mt. Cheaha and Cheaha State Park (the highest point in Alabama) and offers a variety of outdoor activities […]

At a Glance

Heflin is the gateway to the Talladega National Forest, Mt. Cheaha and Cheaha State Park (the highest point in Alabama) and offers a variety of outdoor activities including fishing and hunting. The city of slightly over 3,000 is located along Interstate 20 about half way between Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia

Places to Stay

Lodging in Heflin, America’s Best Value Inn, can be found at 1957 Almon St, just off Interstate 20. Cane 9 Creek RV Park offers a nice place to stay for those with RVs. It is located at 5002 Alabama 46 between downtown Heflin and I-20 on State Highway 46.

Places to Eat

Restaurants include: Damn Yankees, Vallarta Mexican Restaurant, Hardees, McDonalds, Marie’s BBQ, Jacks, Sutton’s American Grill, Sun East Chinese, Papa’s Pizza, BBQ Hut and Tasty Dip

Places to Go

Nearby you will find Mt. Cheaha and Cheaha State Park, the Talladega National Forest and the Cahulga Reservoir

Getting Around

Interstate 20 runs along the southern side of Heflin while U.S. 78 comes through the middle of town and is intersected by Alabama 9 and 46.

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