Alabama is home to some of the best recreational hunting and fishing opportunities in the US. Visit the Trail to experience the adventure of a lifetime.
104-ft. falls. Spectacular views. Restaurant, meeting rooms, motel, log cabins, chalets, rustic cabins, campground, picnicking, nature center, pool. ADA playground and boardwalk.
Quick Drop offers deer processing, taxidermy, and guided hunting trips of all types. Rustic camp house on site. Call for more details.
Half- and full-day quail hunts.
Horseback trail riding, organized trail rides held throughout the 3,500 acres of meadow and woodland, dotted with waterfalls and caves.
Affordable quail hunting just miles from Gulf Shores. Group rates.
1847 building in continuous use as lodge.
Located in historic district, building contains artifacts and memorabilia relating to history of people of St. Clair and surrounding counties.
Four-BR, 3 BA lodge with four fishing lakes that have been extensively managed for trophy fishing. Corporate and individual fishing packages available.
Establishment in downtown with live music including the fourth Monday of the month Jazz Jambalayas from MOJO, Mystic Order of the Jazz Obsessed.
Guided deer, quail, turkey hunts. Also chukar, pheasant, wild hogs. Fishing, sporting clays and lodge on beautiful, professionally managed plantation.
Fishing, hunting, canoeing, wildlife observation. Lilies bloom from May–June.
Restored country store. Rolling stock ladders, eclectic merchandise and hunting and fishing supplies.
Honors Cherokee Chief Doublehead, who guarded the local area claimed as sacred hunting grounds by both the Cherokee and Choctaw Nations.
Formerly the A.G. Gaston Motel, facility provided Birmingham's only first-class lodging for African-Americans and served as gathering place for civil rights leaders in the 1960s.
Every hole a breathtaking challenge in championship golf. Course rolls through white sand dunes and natural vegetation areas. Jerry Pate design. Golf/lodging packages available.
On Lake Eufaula, “Bass Capital of the World.” Full-service marina, fishing, tennis, championship golf, picnicking, camping, 29 cabins, 10 cottages. Resort lodge, restaurant, convention facilities.
1935 Old Hunt School, 1912 church, country store, museum, grist mill, blacksmith shop and club demonstration home. Structures (1880s to 1930s) preserved with authentic furnishings. $5 fee for Christmas in the Village.
Horseback rides, pontoons, aquacycles, paddleboats, canoes, sporting clays, quail hunts, nature trail, game room, pool, tennis, basketball, softball, playgrounds, golf cart rentals, fishing guide service.
Alabama's first national wilderness area. "The Land of a Thousand Waterfalls" is ideal for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing.
Two developed campgrounds, primitive horse camp, 35 mi. of horse trails, 70 mi. of hiking trails. Hunting, fishing, scenic driving, mountains, lakes, streams. Forest setting.
Founded 1832. Civil War and pioneer history. Historical homes, churches. Fishing, hunting, golf, camping. Free tours available.
Beautiful mountain retreat at foothills of Mt. Cheaha with lakeside suite and 4000-sq.-ft. lodge/meeting facility. Lots of recreational activities, including horseback riding, fishing, kayaking/boating, hiking, zip lining, and more.
Nearly 140,000 sq.-ft. of outdoor excitement including the area's largest selection of fishing, hunting, camping, boating, and marine gear; hiking, backpacking, outdoor cooking equipment; apparel; gift/nature center.
Treasure trove with more than 32,000 sq.-feet of indoor space and 60+ dealers. Great selections of antiques, collectibles, crystal, glassware, hunting/fishing items and more.