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1840s Greek Revival Founders Hall at Athens State University, the state's oldest college. Altar's elegant wood carvings tell story of New Testament.
A fixed-distance range where all archers line up equally and shoot at targets positioned at different distances.
Every Saturday from June through August, 8 AM-Noon, the Spirit of Athens hosts the Athens Saturday Market. A popular gathering place to purchase local, fresh produce, speciality items, baked goods, and flowers. Also enjoy live music, children's activities, demos, and art.
State-of-the-art multi-use facility offering baseball/softball, soccer, swimming, and disc golf. Athens Recreation Center nearby.
Specialty clothing and footwear retailer located on the picturesque courthouse square.
Locally known as the Duck Pond Park.
Rolling course with trees, water and grass.
Historic home built in 1851 by Rev. Robert Donnell, founder of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Later housed a school and school principals. Tours available.
Three historic sites, Fort Henderson, Trinity H.S. and Trinity Congregational Church are an important part of the progression of racial equality in North Alabama.
Historic downtown Athens situated around picturesque courthouse square, features special events, shopping and dining.
Richard Martin Rails to Trail in Limestone County is a 10.2-mile trail for hikers, walkers, runners, and horseback riders. Built on an abandoned rail corridor, it winds through wetlands, the Civil War site Battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle and downtown Elkmont. Entrances to the trail are at Piney Chapel Road just north of Athens and Veto, Alabama at the Tennessee state line
5 sets of tees, bent grass, gently rolling, 13 water hazards. Challenging yet fun. 400-acres. No adjacent holes.
Just some Hummus Folk, mixing up one-of-a-kind hummus flavors that will exhilarate your senses! "It's Music to Your Mouth"
A variety of shopping and dining establishments surround the Limestone County Courthouse Square.
North Alabama's Largest Tackle Shop. Dealers for G. Loomis rods, Shimano reels, major and hard to find lures, live bait, Costa, Maui Jim, Oakley and Ray Ban sunglasses, picnic supplies, gas, LP gas, cold drinks (Always 27*), beer, wines, and full line coffee bar.