Elberta, Alabama: Bamahenge
- Barber Pkwy, Elberta, AL
- Drive US Hwy 98 either eight miles east of Foley, AL, or 21 miles west of downtown Pensacola, FL. Turn south onto County Rd 95. Drive five miles. Turn right onto Fish Trap Rd. Drive a half-mile. Turn left at the Barber Marina sign. Drive one mile. You'll see Bamahenge on the right, set back among the trees. Park on roadside, path goes 200 yards into woods.
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- Major Fun
The world's first full-size fiberglass Stonehenge was built by Foamhenge creator Mark Cline. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [10/05/2014]
Bamahenge and Other Cline Projects: "Too bad my cloning machine has been broken," said Mark Cline. This was a year in which there were many times he'd have liked to be in two places at once. [12/17/2012] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Bamahenge
Bamahenge is in great shape, with a good parking area off the side of the road. The walk from the parking area to the site itself is less than a minute.[Craig & Katelyn Wingerson, 04/27/2015]
On the road to the Barber Marina you will come across "Bamahenge." Fabulous. There are actually only three types of "stones" used, in different ways, over and over. Great photo opportunity.[Carolyn Earle, 02/28/2015]
This was SO in the middle of nowhere! We were admiring how pretty the forest was, and BAM! There it was![Selena Price, 03/31/2014]