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This non-profit gallery features distinctive folk art and unique crafts from Alabama’s historic Black Belt region. It has grown to represent more than 450 artists, all of whom live and work in the Black Belt, including painters, sculptors, potters, basket weavers, woodworkers and more.
Located 4.1 mi. NE of Camden Bypass, off CR 37 on left. Day-use area: swimming, fishing, bicycling. Group pavilions, picnicking, playground areas.
1847 building in continuous use as lodge.
Daily excursions along Alabama River between Camden and Gee's Bend, home of the famous Gee's Bend Quilters.
Located on 22,000-acre Dannelly Reservoir. 9-hole golf course, cottages, campground, picnic area, pavilions, hiking, boating, fishing, play areas.
1859 building. Public library with genealogy section located on second floor.
Constructed in 1849 as a female academy; now home of Wilcox Historical Society.