Search results for Chandler Mountain And Locust Fork
Memorabilia, exhibits, research opportunities for historians and genealogists.
Possibly oldest dog trot log house in state (1820). Excellent example of pioneer architecture. Annual fall festival second Saturday in October.
One-story antebellum Greek Revival home, many original furnishings, rare documents. Museum sponsored by Sons of Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Located in historic district, building contains artifacts and memorabilia relating to history of people of St. Clair and surrounding counties.
City park with seven restored buildings or cabins with historical displays. Special events, including "Cowboy and Outlaw History Day" on second Sat. in November.
Bring your picnic basket or grill and enjoy this one-of-a-kind, familyowned water park featuring more than 20 gazebos and pavilion areas, 10 water slides, Southeast's largest pool and huge water playground.
Located on Locust Fork River. Driving range and 250-seat clubhouse and dining facility.
Longest covered bridge in state (324 ft.). Visit us online for the schedule of our Annual Covered Bridge Festival.
Dedicated to memory of Blount Countians who served in wars. Artifacts relating to local history. Blount Co. genealogical research material including family files available.
Fabulous bent grass greens in a lush valley setting with numerous water hazards. Fun, pleasant staff, comfortable atmosphere.
Built 1935. One of highest covered bridges in U.S., standing 70 ft. above water.
#1 Public access course. 18-hole Jerry Pate design. Includes natural beauty of limestone, bluffs & streams. 8 bed cottage available.
Built 1927. One-span town bridge.
Vintage store offering vintage clothing, antique furniture, used books, new and old gift sets, new medical supplies and other hard-to-find items. Toys, antiques, clothes, shoes, both new and used. "Designer Labels."
Nestled along Logan Martin Lake. Waterfront picnicking, rentable pavilions, nature trail, boat launches, Kids' Kastle playground, fishing pier/bridge, 1.3-mi. walking (non-motorized) trail.
Day-use park. Swimming, picnicking, fishing, nature trail, boat ramp. Historic site.
115-acre nature park. Hiking, camping, picnicking, bouldering. Bluegrass festivals, motorcycle rallies. Civil War re-enactments. RV hookups. 125 sites with water & electricity. Reunions & weddings, arts & crafts.