Search results for The Cahaba And Oakmulgee
Lake Payne Recreation Area. Open year-round. One of the more popular places in forest. Day-use area for picnicking, fishing, swimming, hiking and camping.
45 acres on State Historical Site. Several restored structures, inn, hiking trail, primitive and improved campsites, country store, cabin and bunkhouse rentals, swimming pool, playground. For general information about Alabama State Parks, contact Randy Jinks at (334) 353-4125.
Scenic Little Cahaba River canoe trips with shuttle service. Overnight trips, 1.5-hr. tube float. All trips suitable for ages 6+.
Pro shop, swimming pool, tennis courts. 18-hole course Bermuda grass greens; only 30 minutes from University of Alabama. Special rates M-Th.
I-65, Exit 205. Fruit and produce. Specialty: peaches, nectarines, strawberries. Homemade ice cream, Colombo frozen yogurt, cobblers, market-fresh sandwiches. LJ's Boutique and Wi-Fi available.
Homemade pecan candies, pies, cakes, jams, syrup and ice cream. In our restaurant, we serve pecan chicken salad and Belgian waffles, among many other treats.
Fruit market. Homemade ice cream, fresh fruit bar, homemade cobblers, fried pies, gift shop. Gardens for strolling or sitting. Hickory-smoked barbeque, playground, RV park.
Visit this family farm winery and sample Southern muscadine and fruit wine at their best. Relax on the porch or deck that overlooks the vineyards.
Climate-controlled 40,000 sq. ft. mall. More than 100 vendors. Parking plentiful. Buses welcome.
15 miles of ATV/dirt bike trails with equestrian trails planned, pavilions, educational facility, picnic area, RV campground with full hookup, 5-acre lake stocked with bass. Walking track.
Specializing in antique roses, heirloom shrubs, fruit plants and hard-to-find perennial flowers and herbs. Wonderful guided tours of the gardens are offered and array of unique items available in the gift shop. Superb educational building offers great setting for garden and study club groups.
Alabama's only Confederate veterans home.102-acre site has 2 cemeteries, 313 graves. Museum: Civil War uniforms, weapons, equipment. Relics from Soldiers' Home. Walking/driving tours, nature trail, picnicking. Museum closed on state & federal holidays.
Bronze plaques in honor of Alabama women who made significant contributions on a state, national or international level during their lifetime.
Organized in 1869 by freed slaves and the American Missionary Association.
Judson College, founded in 1838, is America's Christian college for women and home of the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame.
Former site of what is now Alabama State University in Montgomery, school was founded in 1867 by freed slaves for their children. Coretta Scott King was an alumnae of Lincoln. Museum houses artifacts, historical documents, memorabilia, videos, photos and newspapers relating to the legacy of Lincoln School.
Organized in 1836. While teaching here, Nicola Marschall designed the stars and bars flag and the Confederate uniform. Perry County Historical Museum.
Fishing, hunting, canoeing, wildlife observation. Lilies bloom from May-June.