Site Map for Alabama Backroads

The Site Map for Alabama Backroads is intended to guide you through all of the pages and articles that are in this website.

The first topic listed in black is a major heading of a topic, and the first topic in red below that, is considered the cover or tier two (2) pages.

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After that are all of the related pages, also in red, for the Site Map for Alabama Backroads.

All of the red topics are linked directly to that particular topic.

For example, the black Link for Auburn is the major heading (the name of the Alabama Town) and the 1st red link, Auburn day trips, is the cover page.

On that cover page are related articles listed on the bottom of that particular article that will take you from “Auburn Day Trips” to the page entitle “War Eagle” for example, if you click on the War Eagle link at the bottom of the page.

However, “War Eagle” is also listed on the site map under the main topic, “Auburn Day Trips” to make it easier to find the various topics.

The technical stuff is that they are considered tier 2 and tier 3 pages. 

It is indexed in alphabetical order as none of the Site Map for Alabama Backroads is considered more important than the other.

Here is the case in point for football fans as after all this is Alabama.  

Auburn is listed first simply because it comes before Tuscaloosa; nothing more or nothing less.

There is another feature at the bottom of each of the subtopics; i.e. “War Eagle were you will see the topic “You might also be interested in”.

These are related pages within the tier 3 (subtopic pages) that makes it easier for you, the visitor to guide through.

They have a picture with the topic to easily identify it.

The Site Map for Alabama back roads is thus an index for everything listed in the website and is updated as soon as a new page is added.

The website “Alabama Backroads” only contains information about our beautiful state of Alabama.

It tries to present several different primarily day trips that will be easy for you and your family to take,

It covers areas of the state that are along the major interstates, as well as those that are all along the Alabama backroads.

Some of the most historical, educational, as well as interesting sites in this beautiful state of ours, are in the smaller towns and along the less traveled roads.

If a town or area is not listed, it simply means that I, as the author, just haven’t gotten to it yet.

Site Map for Alabama Backroads

Alabama Waterfalls

Alabama's Amazing Waterfalls

DeSoto Falls

High Falls

Little Canyon National Preserve

Noccalula Falls

The Little River Falls

Alabama Agriculture

Alabama Agriculture

Cotton in Alabama

The Cattle Industry in Alabama

Catfish Industry of Alabama

Peach Growing in Alabama

Peanut Production in Alabama

Pecan Production in Alabama

Poultry Production in Alabama

Alabama Shrimp Farming


Auburn Day Trips

Cullars Rotation 

Jordan Hare Stadium

Pebble Hill

Southern Rapture Center

Toomers Corner

War Eagle

Beautiful Drives

Alabama Scenic Drives

Appalachian Highlands Scenic Byway 

Bankhead National Forest Tour

Black Belt Nature and Heritage Trail

The Alabama Coastal Connection

The Black Warrior River Scenic Byway

The Talladega Scenic Drive

Lookout Mountain Parkway

The Leeds Stagecoach Route 

The Tensaw Parkway


Birmingham Day Trips

Birmingham Festivals 

The 16th Street Baptist Church

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

The Birmingham Zoo

The Heart of Dixie Railroad

The Sloss Furnaces


Caves in Alabama

Cathedral Caverns

DeSoto Caverns

Rickwood Caverns

Russell Cave

Stephens Gap Cave

Tumbling Rock Cave

Fun Things

College Football in Alabama

Alabama Football

Beaches in Alabama

Waterparks in Alabama


Dams in Alabama

The Guntersville Dam

The Lewis Smith Dam and Lake

Mitchell Lake and Dam

Weiss Dam and Lake 

The Wilson Dam and Reservoir

Folk Life 

Folk Life in Alabama 

Alabama Barbecue 

Folk Buildings

Folk Pottery in Alabama

Gee's Bend

Millers Pottery

Haunted Places

Alabama Haunted Places

The Boyington Oak

Mythical Creatures

The Ghosts of Fort Morgan

Prattvilles Lady in Black

Sweetwater Mansion 

The Pickens County Courthouse

The Red Lady of Huntingdon College

The Sloss Furnace Hauntings

Historic Sites 

Alabama Historical Sites

The American Village

Bottle Creek

Fort Gaines

Fort Morgan

The Confederate Memorial Park

The Moundsville Archaeological Park

Military History

The Alabama POW Camps

The Military History of Alabama

The Battle of Horseshoe Bend

The Battle of Fort Blakeley 

The Battle of Holy Ground

The Battle of Mobile Bay 

The Battle of Spanish Fort

The Creek Indian Removal

The CSS Alabama

The Fort Mims Massacre

The Plan of Civilization

Rousseaus Raid

Wilsons Raid


Boeing in Alabama

Huntsville Day Trips

Huntsville Festivals

Huntsville Historic Districts

Huntsville Performing Arts 


Belle Mont Mansion

Gainswood Plantation Home

The Kirkland Plantation Home

The Youpon Plantation

Roadside Museums

Roadside Museums in Alabama

Burritt on the Mountain

The Berman Museum of World History

The Hank Williams Museum

The Mobile Medical Museum

The North Alabama Railroad Museum

Popes Tavern Museum

Natural Forests

The National Forests of Alabama

The Bankhead National Forest

The Conecuh National Forest

The Talladega National Forest

The Tuskegee National Forest


Mobile Day Trips

The Dauphin Sea Lab

Mobile's Mardi Gras

The USS Alabama Memorial Park


Montgomery Day Trips

Alabama State Capital

Montgomery Union Station

Old Alabama Town

The First White House of the Confederacy

The Montgomery Zoo

The Rosa Parks Museum

The Legacy Museum

Old Towns

Oldest Towns in Alabama









Best Kept Secrets 

The Best Kept Secrets in Alabama 

Ruffner Mountain

The Ave Maria Grotto

The Alabama Music Hall of Fame 

The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo

The Convict-Lease System

The Great Migration

The Jesse Owens Memorial Park

The Moundsville Native American Festival

Railroad Bill

The Scottsboro Trials

Steamboats in Alabama

Skyline Farms

The Prairie Farms Resettlement Community

The Tuskegee Syphilis Study

The US Veterans Memorial Museum 

Smaller Museums

Alabama Smaller Museums 

The Aliceville Museum

The Arab Historic Village

The Cullman County Museum

The Foley Railroad Museum

The Guntersville Museum

The Lee County Historical Museum

The Pioneer Museum of Alabama

The Scottsboro Jackson Heritage Center

The Tennessee Valley Art Association

The Three Notch Museum

The Vulcan Statue

Huntsville Performing Arts 

Science Museums 

Science Museums in Alabama 

The Alabama Museum of Natural History

The McWane Science Center

The Southern Museum of Flight

The US Space and Rocket Center

State Parks

Alabama State Parks

Blakeley State Park

Bucks Pocket State Park

Chewacla State Park

Desoto State Park

Gulf State Park

Monte Sano State Park

The Joe Wheeler State Park

Lake Guntersville State Park

Oak Mountain State Park

The Breirfield Ironworks State Park

The Tannehill Ironworks Historical Park

Little Known Facts 

Alabama Marble

Coal In Alabama

Gold In Alabama

Little Known Facts About Alabama

Rickwood Field

The First Flying School

The National Peanut Festival

The Turpentine Industry in Alabama

The Tuskegee Airmen

The Wetumpka Impact Crater


Recreation In Alabama 

Canoeing and kayaking in Alabama

The Alabama Birding Trails

Alabama National Refuges

The Alabama Scenic River Trail

The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo

The Barber Motorshops Park

The Coosa Whitewater Festival

Hunting in Alabama

The North Alabama Birding Trail

The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail


College Football in Alabama


Selma Day Trips

Brown Chapel AME Church

Edmund Pettis Bridge

Old Cahawba Archaeological Park

Selma to Montgomery March

Sturdivant Hall


Tuskegee Day Trips

The George Washington Carver Museum

Tuskegee National Historical Site


Tuscaloosa Day Trips

Bryant-Denny Stadium

The Paul W Bryant Museum

The Gorgas-Manly Historic District

The Tannehill Furnaces

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