Search results for Lake Eufaula And The Red Hills
Located in heart of Southern antiques country. Seven unique shops dating back to 1800s, monthly antique auction, choice of four restaurants. Antique auction is first Sat. of every month at 11 a.m. & every third Sun. at 11 a.m.
Two large buildings, quality antiques. Furniture, glass, pottery, primitives, advertising signs, country store, unusual smalls, gliders, cast iron, vats, pots, fencing, gates. Est. 1984.
1929 mill. 2 million+ jars peanut butter produced yearly as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts include labels, photos, equipment. Annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.).
Trail consists of some 13 dealers buying and selling a large assortment of antiques, collectibles, old wares, furniture, art, books, and more.
Located in small town known as "Antique City." Everything from antique bottles and dishes to comic books and furniture.
House museum. Only antebellum example of octagon-style architecture remaining in Alabama, and one of few in country.
Unique tombstone shaped like whiskey bottle. Designed by wife who promised to mark husband's grave if he drank himself to death.
Spring-fed swimming pool, modern 47-site campground, picnic shelters, tables, grills, comfort stations, playground. Three rental campers.
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.
Only house remaining that Hank Williams lived in prior to Nashville stardom. Opened as museum in 1993. Memorabilia, artifacts, pictures, personal belongings.
Well has flowed since early 1900s. Called "nature's healing balm," supplies drinking water. Welcome site for travelers. Site for Festival at the Well (May).
German for "walk of the people," the six-mi. path goes through Greenville's historic downtown, Pioneer Cemetery and beautiful Confederate Park. Walk box and stamp at chamber office.
Nonprofit organization to promote arts of the 18-county Black Belt region. Many one-of-a-kind items for sale.
Constructed in 1903, the present structure was the fourth courthouse built on the site, following Greenville's selection as the county seat in December 1821.
Golf Digest: #3 Best New Public Facility in North America (1994), and 4.5 out of 5 stars for 1995 Places to Play.
Established in 1897 as Greenville's first park. A monument was erected in 1903 dedicated to Butler County residents who lost their lives in the Civil War.
Family-Owned 30 years - 100% guarantee - wide variety of pecans, cashews, pistachios, almonds, English walnuts, peanuts, honey, pecan brittle, healthy trail mix. Ships Worldwide.
Full-service facility offering tennis lessons, clinics, tournament, raquets. 12 lighted courts, clubhouse with bathroom, concession area.
The Johnson Center for the Arts is located in the renovated historic post office in downtown Troy. The center offers world class visual art exhibitions in seven galleries along with educational programs.
Picnic tables, walking trail, covered pavilion and large playground.
Fishing pier, trails. Picnic areas. Concessions, bait and tackle, boat launch, Handicap-access fishing on pier. Bass, bream, catfish, crappie. Fishing permit required.
A unique shopping experience in authentic log cabins, antiques, collectibles, quilts. Artist on site.
An eclectic mix of antique pieces.
Known as "Big Bass Capital of the World." Excellent year-round opportunities for fishing, boating and other outdoor recreation.
2003 Southeast Travel Council Attraction of the Year. 35 acres with 15 historic buildings, ovr 18,000 artifacts. 1881 locomotive, gift shop. Living history events.
A full line of American antiques and collectibles.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a sprayground, 2 basketball courts, 2 racquet ball courts, gymnastics facility, multi-purpose rooms, overhead walking track, locker and shower areas.
Seven baseball/softball fields, one Miracle League field, 1.1-mile paved walking trail, eight batting cages, four soccer fields, and a recreation center.