2145 South College St.
Auburn, AL 36830
Phone: (334) 826-8900
Fax: (334) 826-1101
Water theme park featuring a 450,000 gallon wave pool, two large speed slides, four body flumes, lazy river, toddlers play area and swimming hole, volleyball facilities, and concessions.
The Chewacla State Park in Auburn, Alabama, may be rather small in size, but it makes up for it with its extensive trails and natural wilderness. Camping opportunities abound at this park with modern cabins for the comfort seekers, and tent camping for the ones looking for a more rustic experience. The Lake Chewacla presents adventurous ones with swimming, fishing and boating opportunities, while one looking for some relaxation can just lounge about by the lake shore. Various kinds of trails for hiking, biking and tree identification are available.
Walking trails of the 110-acre preserve offer opportunities for birding, observation of wildlife, and identification of trees and wild flowers. Focal areas include the Wetlands, Butterfly garden, fern, reptile, and wildlife trails.
Opened in 1969, the Coliseum is home to The Auburn University Tigers. Seating up to 10,500 visitors, it is a multi-purpose arena, seeing a mix of basketball and volleyball games and gymnastics. The ground, which was named after basketball coach, Joel H. Eaves and Jeff Beard (athletic director) is one of the three facilities of the Auburn University.
Founded in 1856, today Auburn University has a student enrollment of about 22,500. Samford Hall, Langdon Hall, and University Chapel are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other points of interest include the Donald E. Davis Arboretum, Lovelace Sports Museum, and sporting events of 20 NCAA Division IA teams.
Home of over 500 different tree species native to Alabama and adjacent states.
Home to an array of specialty shops, restaurants, and night spots.
Replica of Booker T. Washington's childhood cabin on site. Picnic area with BBQ grills.
You will be surprised by the size of the smallest national forest of the United States, Tuskegee National Forest. A perfect getaway for all you adrenaline junkies as it offers various camping locations. Other activities may include fishing, hunting and hiking. One of the popular locations in the southeast Alabama. Do visit the US park website for recent updates.
Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site in Alabama, celebrates the extraordinary achievements done by the Afro-American pilots during the second World War. It is the former site where these airmen where trained. A visitor center and a museum commemorating the works of these pilots is present on the site. Admission is free of charge. Visit website for opening hours and more.
Family home of Booker T. Washington.