ALABAMA TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Nature lovers & fishermen will love Alabama Mountain Lakes region Experience some of America's finest sports fishing and outdoor pursuits plus great camping.
Alabama's breathtaking natural beauty offers wonderful opportunities for adventure and relaxation. For the sightseer, there's history everywhere. Visit the famous Helen Keller home or strolling through the amazing Ave Maria Grotto. Alabama Mountain Lakes vacations promise a lifetime of memories.
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1.2 million unique visitors per year
Another great spot for fishermen & nature lovers is Alabama's beautiful Gulf Coast destinations. Tickle your feet on the white sands or charter a boat to catch your supper for that beach BBQ.
For the golfers Alabama has hundreds of beautiful golf courses nestled throughout the state. The world-famous Robert Trent Jones golf trail is at the top of Alabama's golf attractions . So there is substance indeed behind Golf Digest's claim that Alabama has some of the best golf vacations in the world.
On the cultural front there are more Alabama winning attractions - the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the sixth-largest Shakespeare festival in the world, has been described by Variety as "an oasis of optimism and growth." For folks interested in history Alabama has many fine museums throughout the state don't miss the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.
For musical fare in Alabama, check out some of America's hottest acts at huge concert venues in Birmingham, Montgomery or Orange Beach.
For garden lovers don't miss Bellingrath near Mobile, Alabama .
Please don't miss the Alabama's St Patricks Day Parades & Fun Runs.
National Historic Trails in Alabama :
The Natchez Trace Parkway marks an ancient trail some 400 miles long to salt licks in central Tennessee. It is popular for biking, hiking, horseback riding, and camping.
The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail to marks the route of the 1965 Voting Rights March in Alabama. The non-violent marchers were beaten & tear gassed & blocked by law officers. It became know as 'Bloody Sunday' & angry protestors flocked to support of the marchers who were seeking voting & human rights. It marked a seminal moment in the fight for African-American equality in the USA.
The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail in Alabama is well named. In 1838, some 16,000 Cherokee Indian people from the east were forced out. Great suffering was caused. The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail is an act of atonement to commemorate the survival of this proud Cherokee tribe.