The land where the national forest sits was designated as a national forest on November 27, 1959, and is governed by the U.S. Forest Service. Visitors to Tuskegee National Forest will be awed by several special features located within the forest some of which include Tsinia Wildlife Viewing Area that includes an observation tower, viewing blind, and several trails including an 8.5-mile section of Bartram Trail which is a National Recreation Trail.
Additionally, the forests visitors can also get to experience the Taska Recreation Area, which includes a log cabin that is a close copy of Booker T. Washington's birthplace. In addition to these fascinating attractions, the forest also has lots of amenities that will engage active visitors to the forest.
Some of the main amenities include trails, picnic sites, dispersed camping, shooting range, and hunter camps. These amenities are designed to ensure that visitors get to enjoy a wide range of recreational activities including hunting, hiking, fishing, camping, bicycling, and horseback riding.
If you are planning on bringing your dog into the Tuskegee National Forest with you, you will be expected to follow the forests strict rules. Some of the rules regarding dogs that the management of the forest expects you to follow include the following.
To begin with, you must ensure that your dog is always under your direct supervision. This includes ensuring that your dog is always leashed or in a secure enclosure. If you want to venture into certain areas of the forest land, you must ensure that they are dog or pet-friendly areas.