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Alabama is a state filled history and natural beauty.  From the beaches of Gulf Shores and Mobile Bay and off shore Islands to the Mountains of Cheaha State Park - Alabama has something for everyone.  Camper and RVers in Alabama will be treated to a dose of southern hospitality and history at every turn and fork in the road.  Deep in the heart of Old Dixie, Alabama played a role in the Civil War and is the birthplace of the civil rights movement of the 60's.  History buffs will find plenty of historical site to keep them busy.

Alabama Quick Facts

Uniquely Alabama: Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, which commemorates the events and route of the Voting Rights March in 1965
Must-See: Moundville Archeological Park in Tuscaloosa
Most Unusual: Boll Weevil Monument in Enterprise
Highest Point: Cheaha Mountain, 2,407 feet
Food to Try: Fried catfish and tomato pie

What to Do in Alabama:

1 Visit the sixth largest Shakespeare Festival in the world in Montgomery

2 Enjoy the flora at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens

3 Hike the Little River Canyon

4 Explore the Estuarium at Dauphin Island Sea Lab

5 Visit some of the most important sites of the Civil Rights Movement on the Alabama Civil Rights Museum Trail

6 Go bass fishing


Off The Beaten Path | Alabama

Visitors to the state of Alabama will find all sorts excellent destinations to explore during a trip. Alabama is filled with amazing natural features, museums, beautiful gardens and much more. Here are a few of the excellent places that you can visit during a trip to Alabama.

Russell Cave National Monument, Bridgeport
Russell Cave is a fantastic destination for those interested in the prehistory of Alabama. The cave was inhabited for more than 10,000 years, and visitors can gain insight into the lives of the prehistoric peoples that once lived in the region. Visitors to Russell Cave National Monument can explore the museum, take nature hikes, and much more.

Little River Canyon National Monument, Fort Payne

This National Monument is particularly unique, especially because most of the length of the river flows on top of Lookout Mountain. Visitors to the monument can enjoy all sorts of amazing natural features, including forests, waterfalls, canyons, cliffs and more. In addition, there are a variety of recreational activities that visitors can enjoy during a trip to Little River Canyon National Monument, including biking, hiking, rock climbing and more.

Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, Birmingham

Visitors to Alabama can learn all about the history of jazz. This museum allows visitors to travel through jazz history. Visitors can learn about jazz greats like Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington and more.

Bellingrath Gardens and Home, Theodore
The Bellingrath Gardens and Home are much more than just a botanical garden. Visitors can enjoy the stunning beauty of the gardens. Bellingrath Gardens and Home also have the Museum Home, enjoy the Southern Belle River Cruise. Throughout the garden there are a variety of different plants and flowers for all visitors to enjoy.

Cathedral Caverns State Park, Grant
Visitors to Cathedral Caverns can enjoy exploring the amazing natural features that the park has to offer. Cathedral Caverns has an astonishingly large entrance, and inside the caverns there are even more interesting features. Inside there is the Mystery River, and many amazing stalagmite formations.

US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville
Huntsville, Alabama is home to an amazing space museum. The museum has a stunning collection of U.S. manned space flight hardware. In addition to the amazing exhibits about space travel, the US Space and Rocket Center is also the home of Space Camp and other fun space adventures.

Natchez Trace Parkway
One great way to enjoy all that Alabama has to offer is on a scenic drive. The parkway stretches over 400 miles, and crosses multiple states. This same path has been used over time by many different groups of Americans. Now, visitors can drive along this historic roadway, and there are plenty of recreational opportunities to enjoy along the way.


Fun and Funky Things to Do | Alabama

Alabama is a truly unique state, filled with many amazing destinations. Here are a few of the states most fun and funkiest attractions. For those visitors to Alabama that are looking to fill their trips with these unique attractions, these few just crack the surface of the fun and funky destinations within this state.

World's Largest Chair
Although no longer the World's Largest Chair, visitors to Alabama can still see the one time World's Largest Chair in Anniston, Alabama. The office chair stands over 31 feet in a vacant lot for visitors to gaze at its vastness.

Boll Weevil Monument
This monument is located in the town of Enterprise, this monument was erected in honor of the boll weevil, and its impact on the town. The Boll Weevil monument is a truly funky attraction in Alabama, unique in its distinction as being a monument erected to honor an agricultural pest.

Vulcan The Iron Man
Located on the top of Red Mountain, looking over downtown Birmingham, is the statue of Vulcan, the blacksmith of the Roman Gods. The statue of Vulcan was built for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, the statue was brought back to Birmingham after the fair was over. In 1999 the statue had to be repaired, and returned to Birmingham in 2004. Today visitors can stop at the museum, and go to the top of tower.

Cross Gardens
Cross Gardens are unlike any other gardens in the world. This unique destination is filled with crosses, posters and more all. Visitors can explore the crosses and damnation alerts spread around the gardens. With the myriad of interesting phrases and crosses throughout the gardens, this is one of Alabama's truly unique destinations.

Ave Maria Grotto
This little park is home to 125 miniature reproductions of historic buildings throughout the world. During a visit to this spot visitors will learn that these works of art were created by a Benedictine monk of St. Bernard Abbey, Brother Joseph Zoettl. Visitors have the chance to walk through this park and see, in miniature, some of the most important historical buildings from around the world.

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