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Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge

The Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge is a privately owned wood & metal combination style covered bridge that spans the West Fork of the Little River in DeKalb County, Alabama. Originally built circa 1863, the 90-foot (27 m)

Mentone, AL Historic Bridges

Saddle Rock Golf Course

Saddle Rock Golf Course is a part of the one thousand-acre Cloudmont Resort complex. The course is open seven days a week, year around. Play is on nine holes from 18 tees and the first tee is uniquely lofted above a fairway on a 30-foot rock. Our par 63

Mentone, AL Golf Courses

The Mentone Springs Hotel

The Mentone Springs Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and is the oldest hotel in the state of Alabama. The Hotel was built in 1884

Mentone, AL Historic Hotels

Burritt on the Mountain-A Living Museum

Burritt on the Mountain has been referred to as a "Jewel on the Mountain." Start with Dr. William Henry Burritt's eclectic mansion, add a historic park with restored 19

Huntsville, AL Museums



Indian Mound and Museum

The Florence Indian Mound is the Tennessee Valley area's largest domiciliary mound. The mound rises from history-43

Florence, AL Archaeology

Shady Grove Dude Ranch/Cloudmont Ski & Golf Resort

Alabama's only dude ranch and Cloudmont's 200-acre ski and golf resort offers hiking trails, round-up lodge, farmhouse, horseback and wagon rides, square dancing, skiing and more. Call for reservations. Take to the trails on horseback at Shady Grove Dude Ranch. Guided (hourly)

Mentone, AL Ranches


Limestone Springs

Limestone Springs Golf Club is one of Alabama's best kept secrets. Located 35 minutes north of downtown Birmingham and in the 800

Oneonta, AL Golf Courses

3 H Stables

Great horses, friendly guides. See beautiful Alabama from horseback. Seasoned riders as well as novices are welcome. Plan for 2-4

Huntsville, AL Stables

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard

Key Underwood buried his coon dog, Troop, on this site (1937). Since then, more than 185

Tuscumbia, AL Memorials

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