1412 Glen Blvd. S.W.
Fort Payne, AL 35967
Phone: (256) 845-4013
Fax: (256) 845-6340
This is the oldest theater in Alabama that is still in use. Listed on National Register of 19th-Century Theaters in America. Plays are presented throughout the year.
Built in 1937 by Col. Milford Wriarson Howard, with help of Civilian Conservation Corps.
This preserve is 20 miles long and plunges 700 feet down to the deepest point. It is one of the few rivers that flows almost its entire length on top of a mountain. Open all year for hiking and riding the river.
The Little River Canyon National Preserve is situated on top of Lookout Mountain, near Fort Paine, Alabama. It envelops one of the longest rivers, the Little River, that flows through the mountain in northeast Alabama. It is touted as one of the cleanest and wildest waterways in the South and its highest waterfall lies at 133 feet (41 meters). The preserve offers a great deal of adventure activities to hikers. Hunting is allowed in three locations, and can be done on prior license.
It is a state park on Sand Mountain in the state of Alabama. It is a secluded park spreading across 2000 acres (809 hectares) and sits in a natural pocket between chains of mountains in the Appalachian range. The park has a picnic area, campground with tables, grills, shelters, a playground, hiking trails, fishing and more. It is named after William Buck Berry, who is said to have lived in a cave there with his father for conscription during the Civil War.
Renowned as the state's finest fishing area, this 561 acre park is surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forest and features a pair of well stocked lakes which are excellent for bass fishing. The park also features RV and tent camping sites, three miles of hiking trails, two children's playgrounds, boat ramps, and picnic shelters.