Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2031 Military Street South
Hamilton, AL 35570
Phone: (205) 921-7831
Fax: (205) 921-0460
The Bankhead National Forest contains 180,000 acres of public land which includes the fabulous Sipsey Wilderness, home to miles of canyons and 100 waterfalls. Four recreation areas are located throughout the forest, offering a wide range of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing, and picnicking. The park is located between the towns of Decatur, Cullman, and Jasper.
This park features seven cabin units, 20 developed camping sites, primitive camping, three nature trails, disc golf, playground areas, sand volleyball court, picnic areas and pavilions, meeting room, and a group camp for larger groups. Enjoy fishing in the 100 acre Lake Lee.
A Mississippi landmark, the historic home of the widow of CSA General John Gregg and prolific Mississippi author Charles Granville Hamilton. Beautifully restored and furnished with period antiques.
This library houses a variety of historical materials, including volumes of genealogical research material.
This completely restored Greek mansion retained many of the original furnishings.
This wonderful Italianate cottage is furnished with antiques and has the original attached brick kitchen.
Large spacious rooms and unusually low ceilings.
Surrounded by massive magnolia trees, this stately mansion is a fine example of antebellum architecture and features beautifully landscaped grounds, a wide brick walk way leading to a spacious portico, an exquisite mahogany staircase, and beautiful furnishings throughout the house. The mansion is available to rent for weddings, receptions, parties, reunions, and other special events.
Established in the mid-1800's.
The William B. Bankhead Forest stands as a stupendous forest site in the U.S. State of Alabama. Whether you are a nature lover or an adventure seeker, this is the right place for you. It offers plenty of activities that include hunting, fishing and so forth.
This large fish hatchery propagates native fish for use in restocking programs.
Since Troop was buried here in 1937, more than 100 coon dogs have been laid to rest here, thus making this area a unique place to visit. The cemetery is located off Highway 247 in western Colbert County near the Natchez Trace.