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Oneonta, Alabama

  • Swann Covered Bridge

    Located 1 mi. west of Cleveland off AL Hwy. 79 in Blount County. Free admission. Spanning 324 feet and situated high above the rocky riverbed of the Black Warrior River, this bridge is the longest cov...
    Swann Covered Bridge
  • Horton Mill Bridge

    Located just off AL Hwy. 75 in Blount County. Free admission. Built in 1935, this is one of the highest covered bridges in the nation, standing at 70 feet above the Black Warrior River. It is also one...
    Horton Mill Bridge
  • Old Easley Covered Bridge

    Located 1.5 mi. from U.S. 231 in Blount County. Free admission. This one-span town bridge was built in 1930. Tin covered and in fairly good repair, all 95 feet of its single span are preserved for ent...
    Old Easley Covered Bridge

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Old Easley Covered Bridge

Located 1.5 mi. from U.S. 231 in Blount County. Free admission. This one-span town bridge was built in 1930. Tin covered and in fairly good repair, all 95

Oneonta, AL Historic Bridges

Swann Covered Bridge

Located 1 mi. west of Cleveland off AL Hwy. 79 in Blount County. Free admission. Spanning 324 feet and situated high above the rocky riverbed of the Black Warrior River, this bridge is the longest covered bridge still in existence in the state. It was built around 1933

Oneonta, AL Historic Bridges

Heritage Golf Course

Nestled deep in the valleys of Blount County, Heritage Golf is Oneonta'

Oneonta, AL Golf Courses


Palisades Park

Features 2 pioneer cabins, schoolhouse. "Inspiration Point" allows visitors to overlook eastern Blount Co. into St. Clair Co. Arboretum, nature trails, pavilions. 2

Oneonta, AL Parks

Things to do near Oneonta, AL

Point Mallard Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 2 days...

Coldwater Falls

Manmade lighted waterfall, situated at head of Spring Park, is constructed of 2000+ tons of local sandstone and stretches 80'...

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard

Key Underwood buried his coon dog, Troop, on this site (1937). Since then, more than 185 coon dogs have been laid to rest her...