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Alexander City Displaying items 1 of 1

Outdoor Recreation Site

Lake Martin is a gorgeous 44,000-acre lake with recreational activities such as boating, swimming, fishing, camping and golfing. The breathtaking beauty of the lake and its surroundings is one of the many reasons why this area is consistently listed in national publications as a top choice for retirees.

Autaugaville Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

Historical marker located on corner of "America's First Crossroads" at Autauga and Academy Sts. The 1896 house is perfect for weddings, receptions, luncheons, reunions, and more.

Fitzpatrick Displaying items 1 of 1

Outdoor

Quick Drop offers deer processing, taxidermy, and guided hunting trips of all types. Rustic camp house on site. Call for more details.

Hayneville Displaying items 1 of 1

Museum

This NPS site is dedicated to those who peacefully marched 54 miles from Selma to the state’s capitol in Montgomery in order to gain the right to vote. This significant contribution to the trail serves as a reservoir of information for the plethora of unfortunate, yet significant events that occurred in Lowndes County during the march. The museum exhibits interpret various events, including the confrontation of seminarian Jonathan Daniels; the slaying of Viola Liuzzo, a white woman who assisted the marchers by transporting them to Selma; and the establishment of “Tent City,” the temporary dwelling comprised of tents, cots, heaters, food, and water that benefited families dislodged by white landowners in Lowndes County. The $10 million structure was made possible through collaborative efforts between the National Park Service, the Federal Highway Administration and the Alabama Department of Transportation.

Hope Hull Displaying items 1 of 1

Zoological Park

Alabama Safari Park is a 350 acre drive-thru adventure, where you stay in the car and the animals roam free!

Lowndesboro Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

Site of the 1813 battle between Creeks led by Red Eagle and American forces under General Claiborne with Pushmataha's Choctaws as allies.

Millbrook Displaying items 5 of 6

Outdoor Recreation Site

Center contains 350 acres of striking forests, fields, streams, wetlands, and ponds traversed by five miles of boardwalks and trails.

Farm

This is a blackberry and blueberry pick-your-own farm located in the small town of Millbrook just north of Montgomery.

Museum

Collection of 42 antique tractors, tools, horse/mule pull plows, and one of the Southeast's largest collections of Native American artifacts. Also, household antiques.

Outdoor

Half- and full-day trips on Lay Lake, Lake Mitchell, Lake Jordan, Lake Martin and Alabama River. Rods, reel, tackle provided. Specializes in corporate outings, small or large groups.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Horseback riding for beginners through advanced. Family fun trail rides, picnics, birthday parties, family outings.

Montgomery Displaying items 5 of 64

Museum

Gallery, located in the RSA Tower downtown, provides an ongoing showcase of the work of Alabama artists in all media.

Museum

Oldest state-funded archives in U.S. Historical records and family genealogy. Alabama history museum exhibits.

Historic Site

Home of Alabama's appellate courts, Supreme Court Library, Administrative Office of Courts. Learn about Alabama judicial system and building's architectural features.

Historic Site

Experience more than 150 years of history, art and architecture. Restored chambers, Civil War-era appearance, majestic rotunda. Gift shop.

Historic Site

Shrine dedicated to Alabama veterans.

Orrville Displaying items 1 of 1

Historic Site

Alabama's first permanent capital and most famous ghost town. Visitor center, interpretive trails, river and prairie views, historic ruins, accessible nature trail and picnic area.

Pike Road Displaying items 2 of 2

Farmers Market

SweetCreek Farm Market is a unique stop right off of the Troy Highway in Pike Road, AL.

Other Park

Veterans Park includes the Pike Road Veterans Memorial & Pavilion, community ball field, and mural wall, and it is situated in the Historic Town Center, near the intersection of Pike and Meriwether Roads.

Prattville Displaying items 5 of 14

Outdoor Recreation Site

Autauga Creek Walk and Gardens behind City Hall in Historic Downtown Prattville.

Outdoor

Nearly 140,000 sq.-ft. of outdoor excitement including the area's largest selection of fishing, hunting, camping, boating, and marine gear; hiking, backpacking, outdoor cooking equipment; apparel; gift/nature center.

Historic Site

1822 Greek Revival plantation home significant to cultural development of central Alabama. Remarkable circular staircase spirals 24 ft. to 3rd-floor banquet room.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Located on banks of Alabama River. Nut-producing trees produce native-grown sampling. Pavilions, picnicking, fishing, boat ramp.

Historic Site

Collection of structures from 1800s. Walk through area for flavor of Old Prattville. Creek walk, view of dam, Daniel Pratt buildings. Operating cotton gin factory (cir. 1848) represents industry in Alabama.

Selma Displaying items 5 of 29

Museum

This sister museum to the National Voting Rights Museum houses exhibits that depict historical, topical, and provocative impacts and occurrences during slavery in America. Admission charged. Please call ahead to schedule a tour.

Historic Site

Monument to commemorate the engagement between Bienville and the Alibamo Indians on the bluff along the Alabama River.

Outdoor Recreation Site

This baseball stadium has been home to both collegiate and professional baseball teams, although it is currently used for high school and American legion baseball. The park features a playground, walking trail, and is also home to the Farmer's Market.

Historic Site

First AME church in state (1866). Headquarters during Voting Rights movement. Starting point for Selma-to-Montgomery marchers; All-American Road begins here.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Anglers from across the Southeast and throughout the country visit the Selma Marina to participate in fishing tournaments. Tourists and residents enjoy boating, fishing, and visiting The Sand Bar, a popular restaurant at the Marina.

Tallassee Displaying items 5 of 7

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.

Valley Grande Displaying items 2 of 2

Other Park

Park includes a walking trail with fitness and wellness stations. It is adjacent to the Valley Grande Sports Complex where tee-ball and little league baseball games are held.the

Golf Course

Driving range, snack bar, complete line of merchandise. Very challenging but golfer-friendly.

Wetumpka Displaying items 5 of 19

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.

Outfitter

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

Outfitter

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

Museum

The Elmore County Museum strives to create historical interest and educate the community about our own heritage.

White Hall Displaying items 4 of 4

National Park

Administered by the National Park Service. The site is comprised by two interpretive centers, one in Selma and the other, in Lowndes County.

Museum

A National Park Service site dedicated to those who marched 54 miles from Selma to the state's capitol in Montgomery for voting rights.

Historic Site

Settlement on black-owned property near Route 80 in Lowndes County formed in 1965 for sharecroppers who were kicked off their land for voter registration activity. Tents were set up to accommodate participants of Selma to Montgomery march.

Historic Site

Viola Gregg Liuzzo was driving marchers back to Selma from Montgomery when she was shot and killed on March 25, 1965 by Klansmen in a passing car.

Baldwin County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Butler County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Calhoun County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Etowah County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Houston County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Jefferson County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Lauderdale County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Lee County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Madison County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Mobile County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.

Montgomery County Displaying items 1 of 1

Golf Course

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the world's original golf trail with 26 courses at 11 locations. Stretching from Muscle Shoals and Huntsville in the north to Mobile and Dothan in the south, these courses are a must-visit for golf fans and professionals alike.