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The Bartram Canoe Trail....The Mobile-Tensaw Delta is our nation’s second largest river delta. There are many adventures waiting as you canoe or kayak down this majestic piece of the Delta.
Bartram Trail Marker
Housing a historic marker, this site serves as home to the Stockton Civic is club which maintains the history and preservation of this once very busy trading post and settlement.
This Historical Marker notes one of the first Alabama sawmills and can be found on the road side of Highway 225 on the way in to Stockton.
With all the majesty the Delta has, this landing is a perfect spot to launch a boat, have a picnic, fish in an abundant pond or simply meander through on any day of the year. The newly remodeled landing is the perfect place to launch a boat on to the Delta. The site has become a popular spot for hosting fishing tournaments due to the amazing facilities and the beauty of the park.
Near the Ft. Mims Historic Site are the graves of Red Eagle, aka William Weatherford, and his mother, Sehoy III, of the Wind Clan.
Located alongside of Highway 59 in Latham, Alabama you’ll find a quaint artesian well producing 2,400 gallons of water per hour. This spring is used by locals to fill jugs with clean, pure water to take home.
The Stockton Heritage Museum, housed in a refurbished mercantile store built in 1894, showcases the rich history of a community older than the county itself. First inhabited by the “Taensa” Indians, and later occupied by three great European nations; France, Spain and England, Stockton is home to many “firsts” of local, state, and national importance. Stockton began and remained a community where the residents were all related in one way or another and functioned as a family.
One of the first churches on record in the Tensaw Settlement. While church members began meeting in 1847, they erected a formal site on this spot in 1903.