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Family entertainment park featuring two jungle golf courses, adult & rookie go-karts, water gun bumper boats, baseball and softball batting cages, arcade and snack bar.
Third-generation family business is one of the largest and oldest privately owned antique shops in the state. American and European furniture, glassware, porcelain, quilts and paintings.
Declared "Mother Church" of AME denomination in Alabama. State's oldest AME church. Originally organized as Colored Methodist Church in 1877.
Night skies shown as they appear in-season. Constellations, related mythology.
Rose, herb, daylily, camellia, native azalea, hybrid azalea, hydrangea, meditation, wedding, butterfly gardens, and Koi Ponds. Demonstration gardens, nature trail, wooded areas, 1-acre pond.
Complete golf resort with championship course, lighted driving range and practice green, heated mineral pool, restaurant, lounge, Junior Olympic swimming pool. 91-room hotel. Golf Academy.
Built in 1915, represents important cultural influence in the area. Theatrical productions, ballets and symphony performances held at this landmark.
Six-ft. statue of Dr. Carver, inventor of more than 300 uses for peanuts.
One of Alabama's oldest operating hardware stores, opened 1889. Interior and exterior remains virtually unaltered. Still maintains large inventory of hardware, hard-to-find items.
Family entertainment center housing indoor skating rink, laser tag arena, softplay gym, arcade, pizzeria, rockwall, The Chair, Spongeball, bumper cars, jump shot, party rooms.
Historical overview of contributions and influences of cultures and people of African heritage; featuring Dr. G. W. Carver.
Gently rolling terrain with numerous creeks, wetlands, tall pines and beautiful oaks. Three demanding 9-hole championship courses, plus a challenging 9-hole short course.
Bronze sculpture depicts Bible verse (Genesis 37:17), which inspired city name change from Poplar Head. Mobile native Casey Downing Jr., sculptor.
Spectacular course with Tiff Eagle greens and 5 lakes. A learning center with a 400-yard, 2-tiered driving range, practice bunker, chipping and putting areas.
Natural and cultural heritage of Wiregrass region found in 130-acre park. Wildlife exhibits, 1890s farmstead, Interpretive Center and planetarium, picnic area, nature trails, playground.
Unique way to get away from it all without leaving town. Pick your own muscadines in the vineyard (Aug.-Oct.). Available for weddings, parties.
Giant, gold peanut sculpture at Visitor Information Center helps to proclaim Dothan as "Peanut Capital of the World."
Four-ft. fiberglass peanuts decorated by local artists and installed at various locations. Includes "Elvis Nut," "Violin Nut," "Mr. Peanut Head," "Shoppin' Nut," many more.
Troy University has four Alabama campuses. The Dothan campus has 2.5 miles of walking trails and a 5-mile bike trail through a beautiful forest.
Walton Park features a recreation center that houses gymnasium, weight room and two meeting rooms. The park consists of two ball fields, an outdoor swimming pool, two lighted hard surface tennis courts, playground and pavilion.
Water park for entire family. Great White Slide, giant wave pool, triple-flume water slide, kiddie pool, souvenir shop, concessions, grills in picnic area and pavilion.
World-class, year-round, staffed facility. National ASA annual competition. Five-field lighted complex, second-floor observation, press boxes, score booths, concessions.
World-class facility. National and amateur competitions, professional women's circuit events. 20 lighted Har-Tru(R) clay courts, including championship court. Elevated shaded viewing, large clubhouse.
Ongoing project of historic murals by nationally and internationally acclaimed muralists. Governor's office proclaims that Dothan is a Mural City.
Explore six galleries of changing exhibitions of traditional and contemporary works of art in addition to an exclusive interactive children's gallery.