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State-managed Wildlife Management Area offers lands for public use including hunting
Road commemorates Natchez Trace. Rock Spring Nature Trail, Colbert Ferry, Freedom Hills Overlook. Ferry has parkway information, picnicking, boat launch and fishing, and is a state-designated bird watching site.
Gear, clothing and footwear for backpacking and all outdoor adventures; full-service Orvis fly-fishing dealer. Located in historic downtown. Check web for events.
Steven Plumer design. Rolling fairways, fairway and green-side bunkers, undulating Bermuda grass greens, wetlands.
Family-oriented park with walking trails, ponds and playground. Located next to Children's Museum of the Shoals. Various lesson plans for group tours.
We are an Upscale Consignment Store. We have many brand names in clothing, home decor', and furniture.
Usonian design (1939). Only structure in Alabama designed by Wright. Constructed of cypress, glass and brick. Fully restored.
Site of Alabama's first college, destroyed during the Civil War; now a Pioneer Village, including post office, country store, B&B inn, welcome center, wedding chapel and more.
The city of Muscle Shoals, Alabama invites you to come and enjoy its newest offer to the citizens of the Shoals and visitors to the area, Cypress Lakes Golf and Tennis.
Established in 1959. World-famous for creating the "Muscle Shoals Sound" and production of records that have sold over 300 million copies.
Hydroponic lettuce and local "certified naturally grown" fruits and vegetables. Shoals Culinary Center products, Mook Mills cheese straws, organic coffee, domestic and imported cheeses.
Athletic facilities, swimming pool, community center, walking trails and other outdoor facilities.
Early history of Muscle Shoals, Wilson Lock and Dam (including Henry Ford land sale), Muscle Shoals Music (FAME).
We offer a fun and relaxing atmosphere where families and individuals can enjoy all that nature has to offer in a safe and friendly enviroment.
Joe Wheeler State Park State Park, located on Wheeler Lake in Northwest Alabama, offers something for everyone; a resort lodge, a restaurant, cabins, camping, fishing, golf, tennis, swimming, convention/banquet facilities, transient slips and a marina. , 18-hole golf, camping, marina, boat rentals, overnight docking. Pavilions, picnicking, grills, playground, beach, fishing, hiking, tennis, basketball, horseshoes. Convention facilities. Waterfront cottages are open for reservations.
Challenging 18-holes, designed by Earl Stone, carved from natural rolling hills in North Alabama, along Tennessee River. Offering driving range and snack bar.
Guided Lake Cruises along the spectacular coves and bluffs of beautiful Joe Wheeler State Park and the lower section of Wheeler Lake in Rogersville! Group Tours from 1 to 8 hours are available and can include locking through Wheeler Dam. Open year round!
Scenic championship course with beautiful bent grass greens, plush Bermuda fairways. Lined with trees, water hazards. Fun to play.
Second Home of the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio for over 25 years
Music Museum open for tours with numerous pieces of musical memorabilia from the personal collection of celebrated songwriter and musician, Earl "Peanutt" Montgomery.
The Shoals' largest selection of consigned; upscale ladies', men's, and children's clothing, jewlery, accessories, formal gowns, wedding gowns, household items and furniture.
200+ yr.-old tree under which Gen. Jackson camped. Certified by State as "Living Witness to the Signing of the U.S. Constitution."
Large concentration of Victorian and Arts and Crafts homes. Guided summer walking tours. Tours begins on the corner of Montgomery Ave. and 6th Ave. in front of the Sheffield Municipal Building.
The Alabama Music Hall of Fame honors Alabama's musical achievers. Memorabilia from the careers of Alabamians such as Tammy Wynette, Lionel Richie, Emmylou Harris, the group Alabama, The Commodores, Nat King Cole, W.C. Handy, Hank Williams and many other artists are featured in the 12,500-square-foot exhibit hall.
Jefferson Palladian architecture. Brick, U-shaped structure built 1828-32. One of state's first great plantation houses. Design strongly suggests Thomas Jefferson influence.
Historic House Museum
700+ acres, privately protected scenic area that is a sanctuary for native plants and animals; 15 miles of hiking, primitive camping sites, picnicking, creek wading.
This stately building, with brick walls that date back to its construction in 1881, houses county government and serves as the centerpiece of the surrounding Tuscumbia National Register Historic District.
Antiques, Civil War relics, Native American artifacts, military displays. 1872 house built in traditional T-shape. Three chimneys, seven fireplaces. Antique wagons, tools, farm implements.
Trail of Tears- All the way to Waterloo.
Key Underwood buried Troop, his Faithful Coon Dog, on Septemer 4, 1937. And so it was started! More than 300 coon dogs have been laid to rest since. Park, picnic tables, shelter. Annual Labor Day celebration.
Take a driving tour past 18 cherished churches of Colbert County
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.