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Vintage treasures and primitives, furniture, vintage toy trucks, a huge selection of Fenton glass, Roseville and Hull Pottery, Southern Pottery and vintage Coca Cola items.
Canoe/kayak rentals or shuttle for your own boat in Big Wills Valley. Enjoy a scenic 6-mile float and arrive back at your vehicle in a secure parking area.
Blossom Antiques is a cheerful shop filled with a great selection of cottage style items both vintage & new. You will find vintage furniture pieces that are painted in soft cottage colors. Old metal watering cans & buckets, primitive furniture, rustic benches, vintage lawn chairs, wonderful old cabinets, vintage signs, pretty tablecloths & hankies, wire baskets etc.
Antique Mall specializing in Cottage, Shabby Chic, English Antiques, Retro, Collectible & Vintage. Offering painted furniture, beautiful Fostoria glassware, Pyrex, custom made furniture by a true artisan, Primitives and much more.
Town founded in 1870. Lots of antique and specialty shops featuring vintage and collectible items, unique clothing/accessories. First Saturday (Apr.-Sept., 6-9 p.m.) downtown features fun, entertainment, car show.
Seasonal growers offering huge selection of in-season plants, trees and shrubs. Bedding flats and baskets available for $5 each.
Day-use facility features swimming, picnicking, hiking. Southern gateway to beautiful Little River Canyon National Preserve.
Cold blast furnace (1862) was first in county powered by water. Located on Weiss Lake. Weddings, family reunions, picnic tables and pavilion.
Welcome To Big Bears Bait and Tackle we are a full blown bait and tackle shop. We have live bait minnows, worms, chicken hearts and livers, crickets and homemade crappie bait.
Cherokee County Country Club is a semi-private golf course located in Centre, AL
County heritage depicted with newspapers, wagons, housewares. Civil War, WWI, WWII, railroad artifacts, riverboat, Native American, farming, vehicles, and blacksmith. Interactive exhibits include old trains, player piano, cash register, toys for tots, plus large screen displays about Cherokee County history. Internet cafe is available in Museum.
Full- and half-day fishing trips on Weiss Lake.
Terrapin Creek is a Class l-ll recreational stream that provides an excellent family friendly canoeing and kayaking experience. For anglers, the creek is known for its spotted, largemouth and redeye bass. Fly-fishing is popular along the creek. Outfitters include Terrapin Outdoor Center and Redneck Yacht Club
One of oldest flea markets in Alabama with more than 40 acres of vendors. Everything from fresh produce to beautiful antiques.
Antiques, collectibles, fabulous vintage fabric, attire and accessories.
Located in renovated hosiery mill, built 1888. Early antiques and collectibles, local artist. Big Mill Bistro & Bakery.
Offering lunch, dinner and wide variety of antiques and collectibles all under one roof.
Take a tour of ALABAMA band member Jeff Cook's studio and see how his music comes to life.
Antiques include furniture, glassware, books, quilts, tools, lanterns, lamps and campground.
Central High, the predecessor of Carver High School, served Gadsden's African-American community from 1934-36. Museum development under way.
Downtown Gadsden Inc. is a nonprofit community partnership dedicated to fostering the economic development of Downtown Gadsden through a comprehensive process of revitalization that seeks to protect, enhance and promote its architecture and historical heritage.
Under gunfire, teenage heroine Emma Sansom guided Gen. Forrest's troops across Black Creek near Gadsden on May 2, 1863.
Built to honor the memory of Etowah Countians who lost their lives during various wars.
To Inform. To Educate. To Inspire.
We are a small family farm and Alabama's only sheep dairy and makers of farmstead sheep milk cheeses and caramel.
A marvel of nature hidden in the mountains of northeast Alabama. The park offers walking bridge, hiking trails, pavilions, restrooms, and rustic playground.
Action packed side by side super late model racing. Kids 12 and under free. Racing 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month, February thru October.
A furniture shopper's favorite destination, offering the highest quality furniture and home decor, the best service, and the best price to every customer.
Rock climbing, primitive camping, hiking and nature trails.
The picturesque waterfalls flow over natural rocks into Weiss Lake at the footers from the Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia Railway trestle. Yellow Creek Falls, can be seen from Alabama Hwy 273 near Leesburg, is a favorite destination for boaters and kayakers
Each Gourdie is a one-of-a-kind creation. Boutique and clothing. Also art, unique gift items and unusual antiques, one-of-a-kind jewelry.
Shady Public Park in Mentone, Alabama
110-ft. bridge spans west fork of Little River. Built 1969, moved from Lincoln 1979, rebuilt 1980.
Nestled among the Rhododendron, adventure seekers of all skill levels can enjoy Little River at its best! Our facility sits on a flatwater section on Little River above DeSoto Falls. Visitors can enjoy a scenic flatwater paddle, hike on nearby trails at Desoto State Park or visit historic Mentone for shopping and dining.
Club and cart rentals. 9 holeExecutive course, with 18 tees.
Alabama's largest paddlesports retailer. We rent canoes and kayaks please call for reservations.
Free admission, Chocolate Taste-Off, free entertainment, Chocolate Chug-a-Lug contest, Egg Toss contest, food/arts/crafts vendors!
Pick your own pumpkin, enjoy hay rides, corn mazes, playground, gift shop, snack bar and more! Also in December, Christmas trees and Santa's Village.
Excellent fishing on public lake. Stocked with bass, bluegill, bream and more (state license required). Flat-bottom boat rentals available. Campground, RV hookups available. 256-657-1300
Indoor/outdoor flea market with individual booths that sell antiques, collectibles, tools, garden decor, fresh fruits and vegetables and name brand products. Antiques, glassware and furniture.
Functional & Decorative Pottery
Buck's Pocket, a 2,000-acre park in northeast Alabama is secluded in a natural pocket of the Appalachian Mountains chain. The pocket itself, provides day use area with hiking trails.