Cason J. Callaway Memorial Forest
The Cason J. Callaway Memorial Forest is an outstanding example of transitional conditions between eastern deciduous and southern coniferous forest types. Several plants reach northern and southern limits here. The assemblage of species is among the most interesting and unique in the southeastern United States, with species such as mountain laurel and titi occurring together.
Year designated: 1972
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