Cherokee County is home to Alabama’s most popular outdoor attractions, Little River Canyon and Weiss Lake, the Crappie Capital of the World. Encompassing 553 square miles, the county is located at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in the northeastern area of the state. Cherokee County is home to nearly 26,000 residents.
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