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Big Spring Park


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Lagoon with ducks and fish. Part of Indian Creek Canal, formerly used to transport cotton. Huntsville was settled in 1805 by John Hunt near this limestone spring.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open 24 hrs.
Address: Corner Church and Williams

Phone: 256-533-5723
Fax: 256-518-6141

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Big Spring Park

Lagoon with ducks and fish. Part of Indian Creek Canal, formerly used to transport cotton. Huntsville was settled in 1805 by ...