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Admission charged for facility use only; group & senior rates. World's largest camp for disabled. Totally barrier-free.
One of Alabama's finest examples of mid-19th-century professional offices. Greek Revival doctor's office/apothecary shop. Authentic 1800s medical and pharmaceutical tools.
Located in Jacksonville City Cemetery. John Pelham, Civil War hero, was dubbed "The Gallant Pelham" by Robert E. Lee.
Built in 1848 by Isham Kimbell. One of last surviving pioneer-type dwellings (Plantation Plain) remaining in Jackson. Constructed of heart pine and cypress.
Old-fashioned course with inviting circular greens to challenge your short game. Near Lake Martin and Wind Creek State Park.
Home to Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce. Located in heart of old Pine Level Historic District. 1900 structure is one of Jackson's finest examples of Queen Anne-style architecture.
Park, created after 1902 lock was replaced, offers an oxbow lake and island perfect for fishing, boating, and camping. Primitive camping and picnicking. Shelter can be reserved by phone.
Well maintained golf course. New fleet of Yamaha gas cars. Come see why golfers are saying we are "the best value for your money."