Four Way Motel

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Four Way Motel

(256) 381-8484

Hwy. 43 S, Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Four Way Motel, a thirty-seven room motel, offers a swimming pool and high speed internet.

Hawk Pride Mountain Off-Road Park

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Hawk Pride Mountain Off-Road Park

Hawk Pride Mountain Off-Road Park, 144 Mountain Side Road, Tuscumbia, AL  35674.  This privately owned park offers a wide variety of offroading spread over 1,000 acres.  Over 40 trails to accommodate everyone from the most sophisticated rock crawlers to simple 4X4s and ATV’s.  A mud bog, food vendors, merchandise, wheelchair accessible shower house and restrooms, camping pads for RVs and primitive camping are available.  Park is open the 1st and 3rd weekend of every month with spectator and special events posted on website.  (256) 577-1034)  www.HawkPrideMountainOffroad.com

Comfort Inn & Suites

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Comfort Inn & Suites

(256) 248-0850

5101 Hwy. 43 S, Tuscumbia, AL 35674  www.choicehotels.com/hotel/al296

Comfort Inn & Suites of Tuscumbia is an establishment that offers exercise facilities, pool, high speed internet, complememtary hot breakfast, meeting rooms, and outside plugs for fishing boats.

Seven Spring Lodge

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Seven Spring Lodge

SevenSpringLodgeSeven Springs Lodge, 1532 Mt. Mills Road, Tuscumbia, AL  35674.  This facility offers horseback-trail-riding (bring your own horse and tack or rent from facility).  Organized equestrian group trail rides held throughout the 3,500 acres of meadow and woodland, dotted with waterfalls and caves.  Shiny, silver grain silos, outfitted as bunkhouses, along with campsites and horse stalls, make this site a popular overnight destination or weekend retreat.  Open year round. Rattlesnake Saloon, situated within a Native American bluff shelter, provides lunch and dinner with evening entertainment – Th, F, Sa.  (256) 370-7218  www.SevenSpringLodge.net

Wilson Dam – Rock Pile Camping

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Wilson Dam – Rock Pile Camping

(800) 882-5263

663 Rock Pile Rd., Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 www.tva.gov/river/recreation/camping.htm#wilson

A self-service campground open mid-March through mid-Nov. 23 campsites. Rest rooms with heated showers and flush toilets, picnic tables and grills, boat ramps above and below the dam, lake and river fishing, hiking trail (10 miles), walking trail, natural area, wildlife viewing area, bird-watching, bicycling. Old First Quarters Small Wild Area, comprising 25 acres, was set aside to preserve natural and cultural features.

Colbert County Alloys Park/Campground

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Colbert County Alloys Park/Campground

(256) 383-0783

180 Alloys Park Lane, Muscle Shoals, Al 35661

Located on Wilson Lake, this new RV park/campground has RV, tent & primitive camping, electricity/water/sewage, dump station, bathhouse, boat ramp. Open year round.

Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve

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Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve

Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve, 251 Loop Road, Tuscumbia, AL  35674.  A 700-acre, privately owned, scenic, natural area in the Little Mountain region of southern Colbert County.  The preserve is organized around a complex of small canyons with rugged topography, including a number of waterfalls, boulder fields and Native American rock shelters.  Open year-round to the public for hiking and other outdoor recreational activities.  There are more than 15 miles of maintained hiking trails that lead the hiker to scenic canyon overlooks, rich wildflowers areas, creek cascades and other attractions.  The purpose of the preserve is to protect this unique and biologically diverse natural area for educational activities, ongoing scientific study and public recreational use.  Hours: Daylight, year round.  Maps available on site.  Free.  (256) 381-6301.  See us on Facebook

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Next Door Lake Home

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Next Door Lake Home

(256) 383-1904 or (256) 762-8740

378 Sycamore Drive, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 www.wiporwil.com/next-door.htm

Located on beautiful Wilson Lake and only 7 miles from two RTJ Golf Courses, Next Door is a spacious, comfortable home with breathtaking scenery and beautiful landscaping. It is perfect for executive housing, golfers, family reunions and vacationers. 4,000 square feet with three levels, private entrances. Two large, wraparound decks, boat houses with two boat slips and three piers, 100+ feet on the water. Available by the week or month.

Tuscumbia RV Park

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Tuscumbia RV Park

(256) 383-2363 or toll free (866) 930-7275

18260 U.S. Hwy 72 W., Tuscumbia, AL 35674 www.TuscumbiaRvPark.com

A unique and scenic park with 24 quiet, shady RV spots located about seven miles west of Tuscumbia. Full hookups, providing electric, water, sewage, wi-fi, free laundry and shower building. Open year round.

Rose Trail RV Park and General Store

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Rose Trail RV Park and General Store

(256) 360-2393 /9270 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616  www.rtrvllc.com

Located across from the Colbert Boat Ramp on Bear Creek/ Tennesssee River, can accommodate 14 large RVs with full hookups (30 to 50 amp) with WiFi hot spot. Great hunting and fishing, we are Wildlife Management Area check-in station. Deli with food to order and carry general merchandise – propane exchange, fishing/ hunting supplies, beer and bait. Locked boat storage available.

Heritage Acres RV Park

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Heritage Acres RV Park

(256) 383-7368

1770 Neil Morris “Road (off U.S. Hwy 72), Tuscumbia, AL 35674 www.heritageacresrvpark.com

65 RV campsites with full hookups, coin laundry, bath house, free cable TV, free wireless internet service. Daily, weekly & monthly rates. Some pull-through sites. Big rigs & pets welcome. Open year round.

Colbert County Rose Trail RV Park & Campground

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Colbert County Rose Trail RV Park & Campground

(256) 360-2764 /9395 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616

Located on Pickwick Lake. RV, tent & primitive camping, electricity/water, dump station, piers, pavilion, bathrooms and showers (seasonal), boat ramps. Open March-September.

Riverside Cottage

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Riverside Cottage

(256) 381-5907 or (256) 762-3510

595 Pride Estates Road, Tuscumbia, AL 35674 www.riversidecottage1.com

This bed and breakfast cottage is a retreat located on Pickwick Lake in Pride Estates. Breathtaking, river bluff view. King sized bed, full kitchen, bath and laundry facilities. Living room with day bed, two sofas offer additional sleeping accommodations. Breakfast food provided for your personal preparation and convenience. Swimming pool, pool house, spa tub, large fountain. Perfect for weddings, receptions, showers, anniversary parties.

LaGrange B & B Log Cabin

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LaGrange B & B Log Cabin

(256) 446-9324 /1991 LaGrange College Rd., Leighton, AL 35646 www.recall.lagrange.00me

Located at historic LaGrange College Site Park, this rustic, two bedroom, one bath, log cabin B & B is situated on a 400’ mountaintop, overlooking the Tenneesee Valley and the Muscle Shoals area of NW Alabama. Pioneer village on site, great walking and picnicking area.

Big Bear Cabin

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Big Bear Cabin

 (901) 412-5507 /791 Shook Road, Cherokee, AL 35616 www.pickwickwaterfrontrentals.com

Located on Bear Creek on beautiful Pickwick Lake, you may rent all or part of this large, three-story, stone and cedar cabin. Six Bedrooms, four baths, two kitchens, and two sets of washers/dryers. An outdoor paradise for a family getaway or for fishermen, hunters and for those who just enjoy the outdoors. 20 minutesfrom Tuscumbia/Florence in west Colbert County.

“Rock of Ages Trail” Muscle Shoals

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“Rock of Ages Trail” Muscle Shoals

rockofagesTake a driving tour past 18 cherished churches of Colbert County. These church buildings are at least 100 years old with the congregations in most cases being even older. The architecture ranges from simple log, to primitive wooden, to rock and brick. Of varied denominations, a brochure presents these churches as the “Rock of Ages Trail.” (256) 383-0783 www.colbertcountytourism.org

 

Historic Tuscumbia

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Historic Tuscumbia

Colbert County Courthouse

Historic Tuscumbia (“One of Alabama’s Best Collections of 19th century architecture from the antebellum period.”)  The town of Tuscumbia is centered by its quaint downtown, which includes the majestic Colbert County Courthouse, a restored train depot, early churches and many historic homes.  More than 100 buildings remain from the antebellum period.  A 6-block area along Main Street holds some of Alabama’s earliest commercial buildings, including the Sutherland Building and Commercial Row. Helen Keller’s father, Capt. Arthur Keller, edited a newspaper in one of these brick buildings and many are restored to house specialty shops and restaurants. The south end of Main Street culminates at Spring Park, site of the town’s founding (c.1815), where a cool spring flows from limestone rock over a picturesque waterfall. Chickasaw Chief Tuscumbia was honored by early white settlers in the naming of the town. National Register Historic District. Signage marks historic structures over 100 years old. A Historic Tuscumbia Walking/Driving Tour brochure is available. (See Events for Summer Walking Tours and Trolley Tours.)  (256) 383-0783  www.VisitTuscumbiaAL.com

 

P.J.’s

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P.J.’s

701 Davison Avenue, Muscle Shoals (256) 383-1438 Fri & Sat. only; 7 pm to 2 am

A place for the adults to relax and have a good time. P.J’s offers live music and  drinks.