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Permanent home for artifacts and memorabilia, veteran uniforms, medals, weapons, photos, books, tapes and news clippings.
1840s Greek Revival Founders Hall at Athens State University, the state's oldest college. Altar's elegant wood carvings tell story of New Testament.
A fixed-distance range where all archers line up equally and shoot at targets positioned at different distances.
State-of-the-art multi-use facility offering baseball/softball, soccer, swimming, and disc golf. Athens Recreation Center nearby.
Rolling course with trees, water and grass.
Historic home built in 1851 by Rev. Robert Donnell, founder of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Later housed a school and school principals. Tours available.
Fort was one of the first places where black soldiers were captured by Confederate Gen. Nathan B. Forrest after massacre at Fort Pillow, Tenn. Trinity H.S. and Trinity Congregational Church were important institutions for blacks in North Alabama.
Historic downtown Athens situated around picturesque courthouse square, features special events, shopping and dining.
Home to George S. Houston, attorney, member of U.S. Senate and governor of Alabama twice. 1835 house features Houston family coat of arms, furnishings and history room.
5 sets of tees, bent grass, gently rolling, 13 water hazards. Challenging yet fun. 400-acres. No adjacent holes.
Specializing in fishing tackle including rods, reels, live and artificial bait. Picnic supplies, gas, LP gas, cold drinks, beer, wines, and full line coffee bar.