Cherokee Rock Village
Cherokee Rock Village  

  Cherokee Rock Village

Leesburg, AL

(known by local people as "Little Rock City" or by climbers as "Sandrock")

  • Crags, Cliffs, Climbing, Unique Tall Rock Formations
  • Bird Watching, Native Plants, & Geocaching
  •  14 miles of Hiking, Equestrian, & Mountain Biking Trails
  • Primitive Camping, Pavilion, Picnic Area, Playground, & Heated Bath House

 

Cornwall Furnace

Memorial Park

Cedar Bluff, AL

 

 

A memorial honoring veterans who worked and fought in the War between the States. Once an active Confederate military site and battlefield during the Civil War, the furnace was burned by the Union army. The stack still stands as well as the canal, hand-dug by slaves, to power the Furnace.

 

 

 

Fireplace, Pavilion, Picnic Tables, & Illustrated History on the shores of Weiss Lake.

Jonathan Pratt

Memorial Park

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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