A memorial honoring veterans who worked and fought in the Civil War. Once an active Confederate military site and battlefield during the 1860's Civil War, the furnace was burned by Yankees. The stack still stands as well as the canal, hand-dug by slaves, to power the Furnace. Fireplace, Pavilion, Illustrated History, Picnic tables on the shores of Weiss Lake.
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(We have no Park Office staff, we are all volunteers)
The office in Centre is scheduled to be open Monday and Friday 9-1 for our guests convenience.
Cherokee County Park Board Inc.
101 West Main Street
Centre, AL 35960
The Park Board is a Alabama Public Non-Profit Corporation
IRS EIN #27-3098504
AL EXEMPT #r008462990
DUNS, SAMS, and CAGE#s are available upon request.
This website is the Official website for all policies of the Park and Recreation Board of Cherokee County.
Cherokee County Park Board Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Wed each month at 1pm in the Main Street Offices in Centre and are open to the public.