Search results for Mount Cheaha And Talladega
Quality antiques and collectibles. Something for everyone and every age. Shipping arrangements available. Facebook: Valley Antiques & Collectibles.
See cows milked at 4 p.m. M-Sat., visit calves, sample milk and purchase fresh milk, ice cream, butter, cheese.
Murals in the alleyways of the old Greyhound and Trailways Bus stations depict scenes from when the Freedom Riders were attacked here on May 11, 1961. Freedom Riders Park under development. Greyhound Bus Station: Site of first attack. Near 1031 Gurnee Ave.Trailways Bus Station: Site of second attack. Near 1018 Noble St.
19th- and 20th-century Victorian and Neoclassical business structures. Federal Building made of marble.
General line of antiques. 18th- and 19th-century furniture.
Located at crest of one of Anniston's beautiful mountains. Pro shop, golf supplies, concessions, cart rentals.
Dinosaurs, fossils, mammals in open dioramas. 400-species bird collection, Egyptian mummies, walk-through cave replica, children's discovery room, nature trails, art exhibits, picnicking.
66.4 rating. Beautiful, scenic view with lake at foothills of Cheaha Mountain. Provides every shot a golfer could imagine.
Rental available for birthday parties and private screenings.
One of the last old homes built locally (latter 1800s. Victorian Eastlake style). Available for weddings, receptions, teas.
South of Birmingham, 18-hole traditional design features 6429 yards of challenging golf bordering the scenic Coosa River, Par 72, John Lafoy design. Rates from $25.
Guided tours, RV camping, gift shop, picnic areas, 25-plus outside attractions. 12-story caverns. Light/Sound & Water show. Butterfly House, Gem Panning, Wacky Water Golf, more.
1864 grist mill (operational) and 1860 covered bridge. Nature trails, country store, champion trees, kitchen facilities, stage area with bleachers, pavilion, fishing. Home of Kymulga Grits Festival.
Driving tour. Was Creek Indian village in 1832, settlers arrived 1834, homes built 1840, school 1876. Most homes built by two slaves. Heritage museum. Heritage Festival each October.
Home to the highest point in the state, Cheaha State Park offers its visitors beautiful scenery and countless outdoor recreation activities.
2799-acre mountain-top retreat; highest point in Alabama. Restaurant, lodging, modern campground, picnic areas, pavilions, hiking & biking trails, play areas, beautiful mountain scenery. For general information about Alabama State Parks, contact Randy Jinks at (334) 353-4125.
Former location for army training at Fort McClellan developed for protection of longleaf pine.
Situated on beautiful, rolling terrain next to the Talladega National Forest. Courses have waterfall, pine trees and spectacular hilltop views. The short course demands a shot directly over water on 7 of 9 holes.
10-person capacity. Shooting benches for 50- and 100-yd. ranges.
Tom Munroe design. First 2 holes cross an earthen dam; 3 holes in the woods; back 9 opens up, then a 450-ft. finisher to terrace.
One-story log church built 1885-1890. One of the few remaining hand-split, hand-hewn churches in Alabama.
Enjoy a day of excitement canoeing down the Tallapoosa River, enjoying breathtaking scenery along the Loyd Owens Canoe Trail, located off I-20, exit 210. Perfect for family and group outings.
Two developed campgrounds, primitive horse camp, 35 mi. of horse trails, 70 mi. of hiking trails. Hunting, fishing, scenic driving, mountains, lakes, streams. Forest setting.
One of Alabama's finest examples of mid-19th-century professional offices. Greek Revival doctor's office/apothecary shop. Authentic 1800s medical and pharmaceutical tools.
Located in Jacksonville City Cemetery. John Pelham, Civil War hero, was dubbed "The Gallant Pelham" by Robert E. Lee.
Well maintained golf course. New fleet of Yamaha gas cars. Come see why golfers are saying we are "the best value for your money."
One-hr. tour to see how Honda automobiles are manufactured.
Located in Olde Towne Lincoln. Constructed in 1925, restored in 2007 and added to the Alabama Register of Historical Places. History of Lincoln.
A destination trail system for outdoor recreation opportunities.
View grounds of what was 1863 Janney Iron Furnace complex. Educational opportunities available.
18-hole, par 72 course. Rating: 73.8; slope, 136, Green fee, $42; driving range, pro shop, restaurant or snack bar.
One of Alabama's oldest remaining covered bridges, built 1850 by former slave. Moved from Coldwater Creek to current home at Oxford Lake and Walking Trail.
Premier extended Rails to Trails project. Open to furnish visitors information along the Chief Ladiga Trail. Longest paved trail in US. A national recreation trail.
Housed in Selma, Rome and Dalton railroad depot (older than City of Piedmont), museum contains items from 1828 to present.
Rentals/sales of kayaks, canoes, accessories on Terrapin Creek. Shuttle service available. Bring your own fishing gear, food and drinks. Reservations required.
Free samples plus shopping in Country Store after tour.
FarmLinks is a premier 3,500 acre golf and recreational resort located at Pursell Farms in Sylacauga Alabama
Fine permanent art collection, Native American artifacts, other archaeological finds. Sylacauga History Room, Pioneer Room, Civil War exhibit. WWII, Jim Nabors, Bill Nichols, Gen. Crysel memorabilia. Visual art program.
Country's most comprehensive education/rehabilitation program for deaf and blind. Restored Manning Hall (1850), Jemison House (1898) and Grace Hall (1878).
Family owned and operated farm winery. Award-winning table wines: estate-grown scuppernongs, muscadines and Autumn Blush - Peach. Dixie Blush, Dixie Gold, Festive Red, blueberry.
The adventure of a lifetime, where thrill-seekers can drive authentic Nextel Cup NASCAR cars at speeds of 165 MPH+ at Talladega Superspeedway.
Walking tour. Built 1836, is oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama. Classic architecture. Silk Stocking District tour features residential buildings. (1835-1910).
More than 100 racing vehicles and memorabilia dating back to 1902. Research library, gift shop. Combo ticket for tour of Talladega Superspeedway available.
Built 1858, one of oldest in state. Spans Talladega Creek and rests on 2 stone piers on site of old Socopatoy Indian Trail.
27,000 sq. ft. of fine antiques and collectibles on one level for easy access. Located between Anniston and Gadsden.