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Wind Creek Casino & Hotel

Welcome to Wind Creek Casino & Hotel! We are honored to have you as our guest and look forward to ensuring you have a memorable experience. Wind Creek Casino & Hotel is a massive 225,000 square foot facility, with 57,000 square feet of gaming f …

Evergreen Public Library

Genealogy department with full-time historian and genealogist on staff to assist researchers; Records repository for historical records of churches, governments, school yearbooks, etc. Assists with memberships in DAR, SCV, UDC, Indian Rolls, etc. Museu …

Cleburne County Chamber of Commerce

The Cleburne County Chamber of Commerce is located in the Historic Train Depot in Heflin. The Chamber offers a variety of information on Cleburne County and the surrounding areas. The depot has been updated, but still features the old rustic feel when …

Farmers Market

If you are visiting Haleyville during the summer months, the Haleyville Farmers Market is the place to go for fresh fruit and vegitables grown by area producers. The market is located off of Highway195 at the Rocky Ravine Park. Tuesday, Thursday and Sa …

Alabama Gulf State Park’s Gulf Adventure Center “The Hummingbird Zipline”

This two and a half hour Alabama Gulf State Park eco adventure tour is scheduled to open in March of 2013. This ultimate adventure is both educational and exciting with six ziplines as high as 90 feet up in the air, four of which will travel over the w …

Carter Hospital

Carter Hospital was originally built as a private home in the 1800s by Mr. Decatur Moorer. Mr. Moorer is the grandfather of Mrs. Sue Sessions. Mrs. Sessions’ father, John Moorer, and her husband, Mr. Henry Sessions, founded Conecuh Sausage in Evergreen …

Boggs and Boulders

10,000 sq. ft. Pavilion, our Campgrounds; Cool Pool, and Mud Pie Cafe. Bring your dirt bike, 4-wheeler, side-by-side all-terrain vehicle, jeep, mud buggy, rock crawler, 100 ton army tank, 4×4 trucks, your wife’s SUV, hiking gear, mountain climbing stuf …

Historic Downtown Arab and 1883 Methodist Cemetery

Arab’s unique downtown provides shops and interesting places to eat. L’Rancho Cafe, known for years as the Poke Salat Headquarters, is a place where you can get your fill of poke salat during the town’s spring festival featuring the common wild “greens …

Historic Fort Morgan

Completed in 1834, Fort Morgan was active during four wars the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and World Wars I and II. The fort is most famous for its role in the Civil War Battle of Mobile Bay. Union Admiral David Farragut damned the torpedoes a …

C. L. Hybart House

Restored 1930’s Mediterranean style stucco and tile bungalow. This is one of Monroeville’s most architecturally significant structures, originally built and occupied by the C. L. Hybart family. The house was donated to the Monroe County Heritage Museum …

Historic Downtown Monroeville, Chamber of Commerce Office & Walking Tour

In 2009, Monroeville’s downtown was recognized by the National Park Service for its historic significance, and over 400 commercial and residential structures are now part of a National Historic District. The Chamber of Commerce office, located in the 1 …

Alabama Southern Community College & Alabama Writers Fountain & Walking Trail

Alabama Southern Community College has a beautifully landscaped campus, which greets visitors entering Monroeville from the south on Alabama 21. The college is host to the annual Alabama Writers Symposium, and consequently its well-appointed library ho …

Plantation House and Gardens

Plantation House and Gardens Restaurant and Catering, located at 3240 Grandview Road, is family owned and operated. Owner Renate Lindsey, originally from Germany, has been serving the local area for more than 14 years. Patrons enjoy the back in time an …

Masonic Hall & William Barrett Travis House, Perdue Hill, AL

One of the oldest documented public buildings in the state of Alabama (circa 1823-25), the building originally was situated in the town of Claiborne, one of Alabama’s lost towns, on the banks of the Alabama River. The upper floor of the building served …

Old Monroe County Courthouse Museum/Historic Downtown Square

The Old Monroe County Courthouse is primarily known for its association with Monroeville writers Nelle Harper Lee and Truman Capote. The 1903 structure houses permanent exhibits on Lee and Capote, and draws over 30,000 visitors annually. Its gift shop, …

Monroe County Public Library

This stately building, formerly the LaSalle Hotel & Motel, has housed the Monroe County Public Library since 1984. It is on the site of one of the oldest parcels that has been in continuous usage since it was part of a land grant (#8417) from the U …

Mary Elizabeth Stallworth House Bed & Breakfast, Beatrice

Beautifully restored and landscaped frame house on Main Street in downtown Beatrice. This was originally home to Mary E. Stallworth, the second female to graduate from Auburn University’s School of Architecture. This is a wonderful example of gracious …

Barber Berry Farm

Barber Berry Farm located at 2362 Alabama River Parkway in Millbrook is a great place to begin your day. Enjoy a park-like setting where childhood memories of picking blackberries, blueberries and muscadines can once again come alive. To make that perf …

Touch of Home Bakery

If you are looking for a little unique restaurant to get a home cooked meal, look no further than The Touch of Home Bakery, located in downtown Livingston. The lunches are prepared fresh every day by the Mennonites, and everyone is greeted with a smile …

Arab Historic Village

The Arab Historic Village was developed as a tribute to the pioneering people who settled the Arab area and features eight authentic buildings that have been lovingly restored by the Arab Historic Society members. The Hunt School building is a restored …

Isaac Creek Campground & Alabama River Museum

A beautiful facility along the Alabama River at Franklin, Alabama, this park and campground encompasses the Claiborne Dam on The Alabama River, and houses several improved campsites, bathhouses, pavilions, boat launch, fish cleaning stations, hiking an …

Tingle Wood in Orr Park

One of the most unique parks and nature preserves in the South is Orr Park, located just south of Birmingham in the charming city of Montevallo, Alabama. A beautiful preserve along Shoal Creek, the park features traditional amenities such as picnic tab …

Montevallo Golf Course

The City Park & Recreation Board operates an 18-hole golf course which provides residents and visitors with a great source of outdoor recreation. The Golf Course is open to the public year-round. Edward R. Davis joined the Golf Course as Golf Pro a …

Whitey Lee Park

Scenic Whitey Lee Park was developed by the Vanity Fair Foundation in the 1950’s. A 5-acre lake is its centerpiece, and a winding drive circles this gem. It is home to ducks, birds, squirrels, and other wildlife, and is a favorite place for area reside …

Rikard’s Mill Historical Park, North of Beatrice, AL

Restored, working, water powered grist mill. Picnic area, barbecue facilities, nature trail. Several structures on premises, such as blacksmith shop, barn exhibit, covered bridge. On scenic Flat Creek. Open seasonally; call Monroe County Heritage Museu …

Wiregrass Birding Trail

Ten Wiregrass Counties come together this November to launch the Wiregrass Birding Trail. The newly developed trail of 20 sites is the last of eight organized trails, and 250 sites, covering Alabama. The ten counties that make up the Wiregrass Birding …

Yoholo Micco Walking / Biking Trail

The conversion of 3.2 miles of abandoned rail bed is now a beautiful walking trail with a gorgeous water view and many other hidden jewels along the way. The trail begins in the heart of historic downtown Eufaula, AL in front of the Eufaula Barbour Cou …

Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge

The Eufaula Wildlife Refuge was established in 1964, thereby creating a protected habitat for endangered and threatened species, as well as for wintering waterfowl and other migratory species. Spanning 11,184 acres on both sides of the Chattahoochee Ri …

Shorter Mansion

A prominent feature along historic North Eufaula Avenue, Shorter Mansion is perhaps Eufaula’s most identifiable feature. Originally built in 1884, the mansion was once home to Governor John Gill Shorter. This pristine example of architecture was featur …

Gaineswood

Gaineswood is a plantation house in Demopolis, Alabama, United States. The house was completed on the eve of the American Civil War after a construction period of almost twenty years. It is the grandest plantation house ever built in Marengo County and …

Bluff Hall

Bluff Hall is a historic residence in Demopolis, Alabama, United States. The original portion of the house is in the Federal style with later additions that altered it to the Greek Revival style. It was documented as part of the Historic American Build …

Demopolis Yacht Basin

The Demopolis Yacht Basin is a full service marina at Demopolis, AL on the Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway. It has in-water and dry storage for boats and an on-site restaurant and motel. The yacht basin has room for 80 boats on the water and in dry dock o …

Graham Creek Nature Preserve

Graham Creek Nature Preserve, located south-east of Foley, stretches across 484 acres. Graham Creek flows through the property, providing a two-mile paddle to the waters of Wolf Bay, where birds, fish, alligators and dolphins may be viewed. The site al …

The Wilbourne Antique Rose Trail

The Wilbourne Antique Rose Trail is a public walking trail lined with hundreds of lovely roses that winds through the heart of Foley, following the path of the old railroad line one block east of Hwy. 59. Antique roses, disease resistant and well suite …

Fendall Hall

This antebellum Italianate home was built by Edward and Ann Young between 1856 and 1860. It remained in the Young family until it was sold to the state of Alabama in 1973. Today it is operated as a historic house museum by the Alabama Historical Commis …

Lake Eufaula

Enchanting history is only part of Eufaula’s unmistakable charm. The town is beautifully situated along the shores of Lake Walter F. George, more commonly known as Lake Eufaula. The lake was formed in 1963 by the Corps of Engineers by the damming of th …

Lake Guntersville

Lake Guntersville is Alabama’s largest lake, offering over 69,000 acres of beautiful fun-filled waters and 949-miles of shoreline. Blessed with an abundance of recreational opportunities, you can choose from an assortment of lake or land activities suc …

Errol Allan Park

Errol Allan Park is Guntersville’s newest addition to the Historic Downtown Business District. The park will feature a stage for live entertainment and an accommodating space for outdoor activities and park enjoyment. The park is being constructed with …

The Foley Railroad Station

The Foley Railroad Station, located in the heart of Foley, contains four train elements that kids of all ages will enjoy. First visit the historic Depot Museum, located in the 1909 depot building to see potos, tools and memorabilia documenting Foley hi …

Upper Bear Creek Lake

Upper Bear Creek Lake is a great choice for your next fishing trip or family get away. The lake is known for it’s trophy sized bass fishing with numerous fishing tournaments held each year. There are four public access areas – Quarter Creek, Twin Forks …

Rocky Ravine/CityLake Park

Rocky Ravine/City Lake Park can be accessed from Highway 195 or 20th Street. The 140 acre park is made up of walking trails, hiking trails, picnic areas, fishing, waterfalls and full of wonderful things to see in this very serene setting right in the h …

Guntersville Farmer’s Market

Providing fresh sustainable, local food, the Guntersville Farmer’s Market is open April-October each year every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. During the months of April-October the market is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The market opens …

Mobile Bay Ferry

Mobile Bay Ferry offers service all year round with service across Mobile Bay. Beginning September 10, 2012 to March 10, 2013, we will only be operating one ferry. Please follow the Fort Morgan schedule for departure and arrival times. This scenic trip …

City Murals

The City of Guin has four murals throughout our downtown area that were created by local artist Missy Miles. There are six more scheduled to be done over the next few years. You can stop at city hall and get a written description of each mural and the …

Community Library

The community library is located in Marion County High School. It is also the high school library. It is the only combined community and school library in the state. It has a free summer reading program and computers for use by the public. Because we a …

Guin Hayden Riley Park & Water Park

Guin Hayden Riley WaterPark is open from May through August. The waterpark has an olympic size pool, a waterslide and childrens splashpad and childrens slide with a Rain Tree. You may also rent the waterpark for parties and events. Hayden Riley Park ha …

Lake Guntersville State Park

The Lake Guntersville State Park, located seven miles from downtown Guntersville, offers camping, a newly renovated lodge/hotel and conference center, lakeside cabins and mountain chalets. The State Park also offers visitors a delightful dining experie …

Lake Guntersville Bass Trail

Lake Guntersville is one of the many stops on the Alabama Bass Trail and home of the 2014 Bassmaster Classic. The Alabama Bass Trail features 11 of Alabama’s premiere bass-fishing lakes and stretches from the mountains of North Alabama south to the Mob …

Cleburne County Courthouse

The Cleburne County Courthouse located in the heart of downtown Heflin is a Classical Revival Building from 1907. In 1976, the courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside the courthouse you will find historical photos from …