Search results for The Bankhead And Sipsey Wilderness
Full-service fly shop for all your fishing needs located on Alabama's year-round trout stream. Outfitting, guide services and equipment rentals.
Settled in 1818, Courtland is one of a few places in Alabama to experience 175 years of history in both a museum and its architecture.
Antiques, collectibles, gifts for home and garden. 2,000+ sq. ft. of furniture, crystal, pictures, jewelry, books and original hand-thrown pottery. Call ahead for walking tour.
Challenging layout includes undulating greens, fairways, lakes and bunkers. Bent grass greens.
Fishing charter service. Striped bass. All equipment furnished-bring own food and beverage. Special assistance for disabled. Lake record of 45-lb. striped bass.
German nutcrackers, Bavarian steins, tin toys, Austrian crystal, Christmas ornaments, candies, German cuckoo clocks, Blue Delft, Reuge music, Russian nesting dolls, Steiff , Fontanini and Breyer.
Landscaped garden of 125 miniature replicas of biblical structures and world-famous buildings, built by Brother Joseph, a Benedictine monk.
Battle of Hog Mountain site. 1904 truss bridge, lattice-style planks, restored 1975. Park with shaded picnic grounds, dogtrot log cabin, grist mill and hiking trails.
Col. John G. Cullman, German refugee, established colony (1873). Home replica houses archaeological society museum. New Civil War Exhibit featuring Cullman's Civil War history.
Restored Pueblo-style stucco building contains displays of vintage railroad-related items. Exit 308, turn left on 278, left on 1st Ave. SE, go 4 blocks.
Was removal route for 2,500 Creek Indians. Traveled by Davy Crockett during Creek Indian War. Ran from Fort Mitchell to Fort Hampton.
Museum depicts Owens' athletic and humanitarian achievements through interactive exhibits, film and memorabilia. Birth home replica, bronze statue, 1936 torch replica, picnic pavilions. Wi-Fi. Resource Center.
Cherokee Council house museum, portion of Black Warriors' Path, state's largest Woodland ceremonial Native American mound, Copena burial mound. Park, lake, fishing pier, gift shop.
Located in 1935 gym built by WPA. 1900s train, mining cars, one-room Black school, Old Wyatt Elementary School, 1900s Kellerman Post Office, Oakman Depot.
Challenging, scenic course with rolling terrain.
Corinth Recreation Area. Individual picnic sites, swimming area, bathhouse and large group picnic shelter.
Brushy Lake Recreation Area. Open camping with bathhouse provided Apr. 1-Nov. 15. Spend one day or several in scenic forest. Hiking trails, fishing, boating and camping areas.
Clear Creek Recreation Area. Adjacent to Smith Lake. Individual picnic sites, white-sand beach, swimming area, bathhouse and three group picnic shelters. Bike trail parallels lake and crosses two bridges.
Houston Recreation Area. Quiet, secluded place to pitch tent with bathhouse nearby. Picnic in shade or enjoy Smith Lake.
Alabama's first national wilderness area. "The Land of a Thousand Waterfalls" is ideal for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing.
Championship course. Featuring Scottish links-style course. Perfect playing conditions. Affordable pricing.
3,900-piece collection. Gallery devoted to following folk artists: Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Sybil Gibson, Benjamin Perkins, Wanda Teel. Mainstream art includes pieces from Blount Collection.
On Oct. 28, 1928, first can of Golden Eagle Syrup was produced in Fayette by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Patterson. Since then, Golden Eagle has become a favorite of generations.
Historic memorabilia, Civil War uniforms, extensive collection of train tracks with model trains, etc.
Walking trail, pavilions, picnic areas. Tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts, playgrounds, coin-operated batting cages, baseball/softball complex. Built around Guin Waterpark. New handi-cap lift at Waterpark.
Canoe rental on Bear Creek Floatway. 14-mi. public-access creek in Northwest Alabama. Scenic waterfalls, sandy beaches.
Ninth-generation potter digs own clay, uses mule to mix it. National Heritage Award winner. Traditional Southern folk potter making churns, face jugs and more.
60-year treasure chest believed to be one of best collections in world today. Porcelain, art, antiques, bronzes and cut glass. Please call to book Tour guild.
The shrine rests among the rolling hills of Alabama. People of all faiths welcome. There is a dress code. Sun. 5 p.m.-5:30 p.m. benediction is televised worldwide.
50 acres, 13 historic buildings. Main museum: Wheeler family original furnishings. "Fighting Joe" served in Confederate Cavalry, Spanish-American War. Gardens and cemeteries open. Wheeler home has reopened after extensive restoration. Tours begin on the hour except at noon, closed for lunch. Closed for all state holidays.
Four lakes. Fishing, boating, sand beaches, swimming, pavilions. Canoe floatway open weekends, holidays. Cabin rentals.
Congressman 1949-1965. Library Services Act, National Defense Education Act. First Kennedy Profile in Courage Award (1990) for equal rights and opportunities.
Organized 1833. Georgia white marble, stainedglass dome. FDR sat in third row for funeral of Speaker of the House William Brockman Bankhead (1940).
Alabama Power hydrogeneration plant located adjacent to beautiful Lewis Smith Lake, which offers a 500-mile shoreline.
160-acre lake. 2-acre pond for children, elderly, handicapped. Stocked with catfish, bluegill, etc. Country store, dock, boat launch, pavilion. Picnic tables around lake.
Beautiful Earl Stone-designed course nestled against Bankhead National Forest. Features large, well-manicured bent grass greens.
Located in Historic Bank of Moulton building. Houses original and microfilmed historical and genealogical records.
Visitor info for Bankhead National Forest, Sipsey Wilderness. Camping supplies, hiking, information, maps. Fall foliage tours, spring wildflower hikes.
60 ft. x 148 ft. sandstone rock bridge is longest natural bridge east of Rockies. Spans scenic natural areas, forests, wilderness. Nature paths, picnic areas, gift shop.
Replica of original 1897 structure. Stories of train station, local industry, pictures in museum and on-site caboose. Public park.
Distinctive wilderness offering romantic cabins, secluded campsites, hiking, canoeing, waterfalls, country store and more. Cabins available year-round.
Exhibits re-create Red Bay Hotel lobby, Bay Theater, depot, general store, and drugstore. Memorablilia dedicated to country music star Tammy Wynette. New display annex added.
Honors Cherokee Chief Doublehead, who guarded the local area claimed as sacred hunting grounds by both the Cherokee and Choctaw Nations.
Horseback rides, pontoons, aquacycles, paddleboats, canoes, sporting clays, quail hunts, nature trail, game room, pool, tennis, basketball, softball, playgrounds, golf cart rentals, fishing guide service.
Housed on the site of the Crooked Creek Civil War Battle along the Forrest/Streight Trail. Museum features displays of authentic Civil War memorabilia.
A small library and a small gift shop has been added. A log cabin with dog trot has been completely remodeled, is is handicapped accessible and available for rent for weddings, etc.
67-acre, 500-ft.-deep gorge. Rock formations, waterfalls, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, picnicking, birding and trail running. Daily and annual passes.
Alabama's #1 Drop Zone premier skydiving center, offering only most advanced and proven training methods for skill levels varying from beginners to experienced.