Search results for Eufaula
18-county region straddles Chattahoochee River along Alabama-Georgia border. Antebellum homes, picturesque lakes and scenic wonders abound throughout this resplendent river corridor.
The historic marker honors Yoholo-Micco, Creek Chief of Eufaula Town, includes excerpts from his 1836 speech to the Alabama Legislature in Tuscaloosa.
This is a feeding and over-wintering habitat for waterfowl, birds of prey, songbirds and other migrant birds. Look for herons, egrets, gallinules, wood ducks, white-tailed deer and alligators. It borders Walter F. George Reservoir on the Chattahoochee River.
Italianate-style home completed 1860. Home to five generations of the Young family. 19th-century murals and furnishings. Five-acre gardens with period and other plantings.
Restored one-story Greek Revival house, relatively unchanged since 1850, features porch with 6 fluted Doric columns. Also serves as visitor information center.
Civil War-era cemetery. Burial site of Alabama Civil War Governor John Gill Shorter, his family and family slaves.
Constructed in 1892. Home to Eufaula Chamber of Commerce. Displays of local history plus visitor information, more.
On Lake Eufaula, "Bass Capital of the World." Full-service marina, fishing, tennis, championship golf, picnicking, camping, 29 cabins, 10 cottages. Resort lodge, restaurant, convention facilities.
Lush, well-maintained course.
Largest East Alabama historic district. Beautifully preserved buildings, extensive collection of domestic Italianate architecture. Many private homes open during April's annual pilgrimage.
1884 historic house museum furnished with period antiques. Portraits of 6 Barbour Countians who served as governors of Alabama. Historic memorabilia.
Select from a variety of gifts, candies, gourmet foods, and superior quality pecans. Free guided tours of antique production facility available.