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The Lewis Smith Dam and Lake is one of the most popular attractions in the State of Alabama for one simple reason: its location.
Mitchell Lake and Dam was named for the former President of Alabama Power, James Mitchell.
The Wilson Dam and Reservoir is one of the most unique of all the structures in the State for one very simple reason; the reason for being built in the first place.
Weiss Dam and Lake are very unique to the power system of Alabama Power for one simple reason; the spillway gates are about four miles from powerhouse.
Alabama Football is one of the most storied programs in all of college football, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
The Guntersville Dam is one of the three hydroelectric structures on the Tennessee River.
There are 16 major Dams in Alabama and numerous smaller ones, and they play a vital role in the state’s power system as well as numerous other major functions.
College football in Alabama is by far and away the most popular sport in the State, and residents fully understand this.
Millers Pottery is not only one of the few remaining potteries in Alabama, but also one of the few remaining in the entire country.
The Montgomery Zoo has gone through numerous changes since its beginning in the 1935, when it was known as the Oak Park Zoo.
Popes Tavern Museum is one of the area’s oldest buildings and was once a stagecoach stop as well as a tavern and inn.
The North Alabama Birding Trail is made up of 50 different sites located in eleven different counties, and the scenery you will see is gorgeous.
Blakeley State Park sets on the beautiful Tensaw River, near the town of Spanish Fort in Baldwin County.
The National Peanut Festival is very unique, and celebrates the impact the groundnut has had on the Southeastern United States.
The Joe Wheeler State Park is located on the beautiful Wheeler Lake, which is a whopping 69,000 acres surrounded by nature.
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