Places To Go
This might take more than one trip...
Beautiful beaches here. Lush, forest-covered mountains over there. Every part of Alabama has something different to offer—and a lot more than just landscape. Explore the state by area below. You’ll find that no matter where you go, you’ll never run out of great things to do.
Pike County: Art, Pioneers, Peanut Butter and More
There’s a lot to love about Pike County, which is just east of Alabama’s capital city and includes the cities of Troy and Brundidge. Discover an emerging arts scene, the pioneering spirit of the past, a top-ranked university, antiques, an annual peanut butter party and more.
Road Tripping with the Kids in Alabama’s Capital City
When it comes to spring break and summer vacation, kids are always up for an adventure. And what better place to give them some adventure than in Alabama’s capital city. From the Alabama Cattlemen’s MOOseum and the Museum of Alabama to the Rosa Parks Museum and the Planetarium, Montgomery offers an abundance of things to see and do with children.
Scottsboro: Claim the Treasures
Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains on 69,000-acre Lake Guntersville, Scottsboro is a treasure-trove of adventure. Here you can tour a quaint museum that chronicles the early history of the Civil Rights Movement in America, see the courthouse where the Scottsboro Boys Trials took place in the 1930s, and enjoy premier outdoor recreation, such as bird-watching, boating, camping, fishing and golfing.