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Hartselle

The City of Hartselle is comparatively young as towns go, having been established in 1870 as a site considered strategic alongside the South and North Alabama Railroad. Originally the budding village was located a half-mile north of the present downtow …

The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground of Morgan County (SNAP)

The SNAP playground is a place where all children, regardless of their physical capabilities, can come together and play! SNAP began when local civic organizations joined forces to raise money for an ADA mat to go under a special needs swings set. Othe …

The Tabernacle

Tall cedar tree logs hold up the roof, that covers the homemade wood benches, that sit on the sawdust covered ground. The Tabernacle has been the home of the Hartselle Camp Meeting since the late 1800’s. It and other camp meetings can trace their herit …

Antique, Specialty and Collectible Shopping

Located only 2 miles from Interstate 65, Hartselle’s historic downtown is filled with antique, specialty and collectible shops as well as a unique restaurants and eateries to temp your taste buds. We have something for everyone. Whether you prefer prim …

E.A.R.T.H. Park

If you would like to spend some time in a beautiful natural environment then E.A.R.T.H. Park is where you need to be. The primary purpose of this park is described in the meaning of the E.A.R.T.H. acronym, Environmental Awareness Reaching out To Hartse …