Search results for Lake Martin And Horshoe Bend
A wide variety of antique collections for sale.
Track, soccer, baseball, softball fields, football stadium. Pool, veterans memorial, amphitheater, archery club, horse-riding area, senior center, playground, walking track. Rent Sportplex gym and cabin.
Adventures in camping, swimming, basketball, etc., mainly for children with long-term serious illnesses and their families. 66 acres on beautiful Lake Martin. Great place for church and company retreats.
44,000-acre lake offering boating, swimming, fishing, camping, golfing near revitalized downtown area featuring unique shops, restaurants and a beautiful bed and breakfast inn.
See the large collection of muscle cars from 1969-1971, including Chargers, Challengers, 'Cudas, Chevelles, Mustangs, GTOs, Road Runners, the GSX and Superbirds. Sixty cars on display.
Final Creek War battle site (March 27, 1814). Tour road with markers, picnic area. Living history demonstrations, visitors center with exhibits, film, book store.
The Amp, overlooking beautiful Lake Martin, offers lawn-style seating with the best view of the lake. Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets, and coolers.
Admission charged for facility use only; group & senior rates. World's largest camp for disabled. Totally barrier-free.
Old-fashioned course with inviting circular greens to challenge your short game. Near Lake Martin and Wind Creek State Park.
Center contains 350 acres of striking forests, fields, streams, wetlands, and ponds traversed by five miles of boardwalks and trails.
Collection of 39 antique tractors, tools, horse/mule pull plows, and one of Southeast's largest collections of Native American artifacts. Also, household antiques.
Half- and full-day trips on Lay Lake, Lake Mitchell, Lake Jordan, Lake Martin and Alabama River. Rods, reel, tackle provided. Specializes in corporate outings, small or large groups.
Horseback riding for beginners through advanced. Family fun trail rides, picnics, birthday parties, family outings.
Picturesque, tree-lined fairways, rolling hills.
Senator Course: treeless, Irish links style. Legislator: traditional, reminiscent of Pinehurst. Judge: spectacular views of Alabama River.
A showcase of work by local, regional and national artists, including painters and pottery makers.
Horizontally arched bridge spanning Tallapoosa River. One of world's longest curved bridges. 143 ft. above water, 1738 ft. long. Yates Dam, Lake Martin nearby. Thurlow Dam tours.
When Confederate Armory moved here, three homes were constructed by government to house officers in command. Only two of three houses remain (now offices). Also a welcome center and Chamber of Commerce.
Remains of William Parker, servant to Andrew Jackson during War of 1812. Many Confederate veteran graves.
When Confederacy doubted security of Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Carbine was relocated to 1844 cotton mill in Tallassee. Only Confederate armory to survive Civil War.
Roxy Theatre, social "hot spot" of 1920s downtown. Antique and craft stores, Hotel Talisi, restored Roxy Courtyard and more.
Family atmosphere, multiple ways to enjoy archery. Tournaments, video shooting, pop-up targets, practice bags, 3-D ranges and leagues.
Canoe/sit-on-top kayak rentals on Coosa River. Class II and III rapids, breathtaking scenery, fishing, nature watching. Novice to professional paddlers and outdoorsmen. Overnight: Tallapoosa River
84-year-old, 20-acre gardens with blooms in all seasons. Known as "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece" because of Greek statuary & temple ruins throughout.
Excellent year-round opportunities for fishing, boating, other outdoor recreation.
Late 1800s. Raised cottage. Located in Wetumpka's Garden District. At foot of the Bibb Graves bridge. Available for private dinner functions and receptions. Seating capacity 38. Also provide catering off premises, and exclusive box lunches.
Visitors can enjoy pontoon boats and wave runners rental, plus food and more.
Alabama Frontier Days Living History Event, Nov. 6-10, 2013. French & Indian War Encampment Living History Event Apr. 20-21, 2013.
Boat launch, picnicking. Ample public access (with sister lakes Yates and Martin) for boating, skiing or fishing. Trophy largemouth or striped bass plentiful.
Trail is an added adventure to mountain biking in Alabama. It is almost completely singletrack with some tight technical sections and steep climbs.