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Outdoor Recreation Site

Family atmosphere, multiple ways to enjoy archery. Tournaments, video shooting, pop-up targets, practice bags, 3-D ranges and leagues.

Boutique

Brass Wraps is a full service Bead and Rock Shop where serious jewelry designers and hobbyists gather to learn new skills, meet new friends, and replenish supplies.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Canoe & sit on top kayaks rentals and shuttles. Boats to go to your company picnic or lake party. Camping.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Canoe/sit-on-top kayak rentals on Coosa River. Class II and III rapids, breathtaking scenery, fishing, nature watching. Novice to professional paddlers and outdoorsmen. Overnight: Tallapoosa River

Botanical Garden

84-year-old, 20-acre gardens with blooms in all seasons. Known as "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece" because of Greek statuary & temple ruins throughout. Open year-round F& Sat. 9-5, Sun. noon-5.

Museum

Come enjoy "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece" in the 20 acre garden filled with Greek and Roman statuary. Open year-round F& Sat. 9-5, Sun. noon-5.

Museum

Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery is located on the second floor of Wetumpka'a City Administrative Building. KFMG's mission is to engage, inspire and educate artists and the public at large by promoting local and regional visual arts.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Excellent year-round opportunities for fishing, boating, other outdoor recreation.

Historic Site

Late 1800s. Raised cottage. Located in Wetumpka's Garden District. At foot of the Bibb Graves bridge. Available for private dinner functions and receptions. Seating capacity 38. Also provide catering off premises, and exclusive box lunches.

Museum

Located in the first county training school for African-Americans in Elmore County, facility is rich in history from its beginning as Rosenwald school until present. Historical documents/artifacts.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Family operated gristmill with stone-ground cornmeal, grits, flours, other grains, mixes, baking supplies, hydroponic lettuces, blueberries, strawberries, raw honey, brown eggs, herbs, seasonal vegetables. Blueberry picking schedule available on website.

Collectible

Watch woodcarvers Carole Jean Boyd and Dylan Goodson at work while browsing through their gallery of woodcarvings located in the oldest building on Wetumpka.

Historic Site

Under development. One of about six crater locations in the world. "Bald Knob" is the highest point on crater rim.