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Celebrate culture of Native Americans who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Native Americans removed west in 1830s.
One of 141 U.S. National Cemeteries for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm, and their spouses and dependent children.
1813 fort, 12-ft.-high palisade, log cabin, museum/visitors center with film, scenes and artifacts, tavern and carriage house, and Trading Post.
Fishing, horseback riding trails, wildlife viewing, camping, nature trails.
Tour includes 1914 Rosenwald School, 1870 Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery. Donations accepted.
Taste the rich flavors of native Alabama wines at only winery in southeastern Alabama. Every operation is done by hand, from harvesting to packaging.
6 classes of championship stock car racing. Action every Sat. night mid-Mar.-Nov. Special events include demo-derby, fireworks, sprint cars and more.
Designed by John LaFoy. Beautiful rolling terrain. Challenging for all skill levels. Serving East Alabama since 1962.
28 ft. x 140-ft. mural depicting midway of 1940s park. Carousel, train, skating, zoo, pool, dance hall, bowling, fortune teller, Ferris wheel.
Formerly Russell Co. Courthouse (1866-1943). Built 1868, is one the of oldest in state. Indian artifacts and paleontology display.
Located in the Zion Hill neighborhood, church was focal point for a multi-year grass-roots project that united and empowered African-Americans to fight for the right to vote.
Original equipment, uniforms, records and other memorabilia relating to the hit recording group The Commodores.
Visit historic downtown square and view sites that have long been a part of city's history. Guided tours each Saturday in June.
1903 two-room school, built by students under direction of Dr. Booker T. Washington, houses exposition of local African-Americans education and achievements from the slave ships to the space ships.
City-owned recreational site with picnic areas, playgrounds, and 92 acres of water providing fishing, sailing, and water skiing.
Bronze statue sculpted by Robert Wehle. Life-size pointer atop granite base with names of 11 Bullock Co. men in Bird Dog Hall of Fame.
Only second Empire-style courthouse in Alabama. Built in 1871 and patterned after Executive Building in Washington, D.C.
Built in 1897 by Pauly Jail Company and in use until 1979, Victorian Gothic-Syle building has original trapdoor used for hangings.
Step back in time and experience great fall fun in family environment: hay rides, pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals. Also gift shop, concessions.
Guided deer, quail, turkey hunts. Also chukar, pheasant, wild hogs. Fishing, sporting clays and lodge on beautiful, professionally managed plantation.