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Historic Site

Horizontally arched bridge spanning Tallapoosa River. One of world's longest curved bridges. 143 ft. above water, 1738 ft. long. Yates Dam, Lake Martin nearby. Thurlow Dam tours.

Historic Site

When Confederate Armory moved here, three homes were constructed by government to house officers in command. Only two of three houses remain (now offices). Also a welcome center and Chamber of Commerce.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Boat launch, picnicking. Ample public access (with sister lakes Yates and Martin) for boating, skiing or fishing. Trophy largemouth or striped bass plentiful.

Historic Site

Remains of William Parker, servant to Andrew Jackson during War of 1812. Many Confederate veteran graves.

Historic Site

When Confederacy doubted security of Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Carbine was relocated to 1844 cotton mill in Tallassee. Only Confederate armory to survive Civil War.

Outfitter

Kayak rentals and shuttle service for float trips on the Tallapoosa River.

Antique

Two-story stone building constructed as commissary store (1893). Now gift mall: antiques, gifts, hand-craftings, home dͩcor. Original fixtures and memorabilia displayed.