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Cypress Lakes Golf & Tennis

Golf Course

Beautiful championship course, 6 hydroclay tennis courts, practice facilities, teaching professionals, swimming, exercise facility, restaurant. Luxurious clubhouse and banquet facilities.

FAME Recording Studio

Historic Site

Established in 1959. World-famous for creating the "Muscle Shoals Sound" and production of records that have sold over 300 million copies.

Jack-O-Lantern Farm Market


Hydroponic lettuce and local "certified naturally grown" fruits and vegetables. Shoals Culinary Center products, Mook Mills cheese straws, organic coffee, domestic and imported cheeses.

Muscle Shoals Parks and Recreation Department

Outdoor Recreation Site

Athletic facilities, swimming pool, community center, walking trails and other outdoor facilities.

Pathways: Walk Through the History of Muscle Shoals

State Park

Early history of Muscle Shoals, Wilson Lock and Dam (including Henry Ford land sale), Muscle Shoals Music (FAME).

Porter Garden Center

Home And Garden

Some of the best selections in north Alabama of trees shrubs, bedding plants, and garden-related items. Porter Garden Center has a large selection year round. ** Requested that company not be listed. Didn't see how a vacation guide would "do her any good." -Clayton 06/29/11

Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at The Shoals

Golf Course

Two 18-hole championship courses, Fighting Joe and The Schoolmaster, each overlooking Wilson Lake on the Tennessee River.

Shoals Flea Market

Flea Market

Come join us! Vendors with handmade crafts, Antiques, Bakegoods, Produce, Plants, Boutique Apparel, Jewelry, New, Used items, Puppies and more 3rd weekend Monthly.

TVA Reservation

Outdoor Recreation Site

TVA has over 19,000 acres of property available for public use along the Pickwick Lake reservoir

Wilson Dam

Historic Site

The Cornerstone of the Tennessee Valley Authority

Wilson Lake

Outdoor Recreation Site

From Muscle Shoals to Rogersville. Small- and largemouth bass, crappie, spotted bass, striped bass, hybrids, sauger, bluegill, freshwater drum, channel catfish.