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Only post-secondary institution with primary mission of preparing aviation technicians. Tour facilities, observe students working on variety of aircraft and aviation equipment.
Memorial plaques to two U.S. Congress representatives: Henry B. Steagall, George W. Andrews. Carillon/tower recognizes personnel who served at Fort Rucker since 1942.
Constructed 1852 using fat, light-wood stumps for its foundation. Board shingles split by hand. Wooden pulpit, original benches.
Dedicated to the Dale County Confederate soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
100-year-old building. Art gallery, studio spaces. Original embossed tin ceiling and display cases. Display of 50s and 60s clothes. Ongoing art shows.
Home to high school, college, Dixie Major games. Site of exhibition game between St. Louis Cardinals and Ozark all-star team, and 2012 Alabama Community College Conference Baseball Tournament.
One of Alabama's top bass fishing lakes. Picnicking, concessions, 3.1-mi. walking trail, boat rental, fishing licenses, pavilion. Sam Dale Park/Monument. Public Archery Range.
Ron Garl-designed championship layout. Practice facilities, swimming pool, fine dining, lounge and grill. Pro shop. PGA pros.
Home to the City's football field and Lisenby Field, a lighted Dixie Youth baseball field.
he J. D. Holman House is a historic residence in Ozark, Alabama. One of the most elaborate Neoclassical homes in the Wiregrass Region, it was built in 1912–13 for Jesse DeCosta Holman, a prominent local merchant. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Community-built playground valued at more than $250,000, but costing only $10,000. Built spring 1997 by more than 2,000 volunteers.
Outdoor education facility with pavilion, 2 walking trails, driving trail, and many educational stations throughout 40-acre forest management and soil conservation site.
This park features 2 lighted basketball courts, a playground and a covered pavilion with picnic area.
Features 4 baseball/softball fields, a lighted basketball court, 2 lighted tennis courts, an athletic field, picnic areas, playgrounds and a covered pavilion.
Sam Dale Park, part of the Ed Lisenby Lake complex, has a pavilion, picnic areas, and a memorial to pioneer Sam Dale.
Dive shop specializing in instruction, supplies, service and dive trips.
Community park, athletic fields, tennis courts and more.
Reinforced concrete river bridge thought to be first in state. Erected 1921. Memorial to veterans of WWI. Nine mi. from Ozark.