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This more than 500 acre public facility offers sport shooters opportunities to practice and participate in competitive events, with state of the art electronic targets and monitors for participants and spectators.
Country's most comprehensive education/rehabilitation program for deaf and blind. Restored Manning Hall (1850), Jemison House (1898) and Grace Hall (1878).
Family owned and operated farm winery. Award-winning table wines: estate-grown scuppernongs, muscadines and Autumn Blush - Peach. Dixie Blush, Dixie Gold, Festive Red, blueberry.
Walking tour. Built 1836, is oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama. Classic architecture. Silk Stocking District tour features residential buildings. (1835-1910).
More than 100 racing vehicles and memorabilia dating back to 1902. Research library, gift shop. Combo ticket for tour of Talladega Superspeedway available.
Exhibits of works by nationally recognized and local artists. Maintains collection of historic photographs.
The adventure of a lifetime, where thrill-seekers can drive authentic Nextel Cup NASCAR cars at speeds of 165 MPH+ at Talladega Superspeedway.
District is home Talladega College, a black liberal arts school established in 1867. Savery Library houses three panels of frescoes depicting the Amistad Incident in which Joseph Cinque led a revolt that liberated a shipload of slaves.
Talladega Scenic Drive. U.S. 78 near Heflin through Adams Gap. 25-mi. spring or fall color tour. Best fall colors: mid-Oct.-Nov.; spring flowers: Mar., Apr.
Pinhoti National Recreation Trail System. 120+ mi. of foot trails through mountains, valleys and ridges. Trail veers near edge of rock bluffs, enters rich forested coves, parallels rocky streams. See campground listing on page 144.
Lake Chinnabee Recreation Area. Camping, fishing, boating (electric motors only). Extensive network of hiking trails, leading mainly east through mountainous terrain of Cheaha State Park near Talladega Scenic Drive. See campground listing on page 144.
Camping, hiking, backpacking, communing with nature's splendor. Nearly 7500 acres of wilderness. Covers southernmost extension of Appalachian Mountain Range. See campground listing on page 144.
NASCAR's Most Competitive venue hosts two NASCAR weekends each year - In May, it's NASCAR's GEICO 500 & Sparks Energy 300, along with the General Tire 200 ARCA event; In October, it's NASCAR's Alabama 500 and fred's 250 Powered by Coca-Cola - both critical Chase Elimination races in the battle for season-ending championships. Track is open year-round for speedway tours via the International Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Tribute to NASCAR's top drivers. Downtown memorial to Davey Allison. Induction ceremony held Sat. night of Talladega race week (Sept./Oct.).
Rolling hills, pro shop, snack bar, driving range, banquet facilities; 6,590-yard, Par 72 course. Great facilities for tournaments, receptions and reunions.