Cherokee Rock Village

(locals call it "Sand Rock or Little Rock City")

in Leesburg, AL

  • Crags, Caves, Climbing, Unique Tall Rock Formations, Bird watching, Geocaches
  • 14 miles of up and down the mountain Hiking, Trail Running,
  • Equestrian & Mountain Biking Trail, Accessible Pavilions, Native plants,
  • Covered Picnic Tables, Tent or RV Primative Camping

 "you must see."

Cherokee Rock Village

will stun you with our 100 mile plus view of 3 States.

 

Can you find our "Natural Stone Arch (Bridge)"?

 

Cornwall Furnace

Memorial Park

in

Cedar Bluff, AL

 

We are honored to remember our veterans who have protected and cared for our country. This Veterans Park was a active Confederate military site and battlefield during the 1860's Civil War. Burned by Yankees yet the stack still stands as does the Canal, hand-dug by slaves, to power the Furnace....yes, a must see living history site. Fireplace, Pavilion, Illustrated History, Picnic tables, and quiet, all located on the shoreline of our huge Weiss Lake.

Johnathon Pratt

Memorial Park

in

Centre, AL

 

A small urban Park in memory of his role as typewriter inventor.

Pavilions and picnic tables are in this out-of-the-way quiet place. 

 

Ethel Morrison Park

in

Centre, AL

 

A quiet place next to the Library

with covered pavilions and picnic tables

and plenty of parking.

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Our Veterans Memorial Park has a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase and clean up a Canal that was hand dug by local slaves in 1862. If you can help us, please click the link for information on how to help. Thank you.