Weiss Lake Crappie Guides Darrell Baker Cell - (256) 557-0129 H - (256) 927-2232
Weiss Lake Fishing Guides Butch Young Cell - (706) 506-8054 H - (706) 862-2230
Harry Richardson Cell - (256) 484-1638 H - (256) 927-3090
Weiss Lake Guide Services Kelly Matthews Cell - (256) 706-4000 H - (256) 475-5238
Carlton Teague Cell - (256) 523-8018 H - (256) 643-5437
Alabama Guide Service Donnie Butler Cell - (256) 458-1721 H - (256) 927-4210
Jim Forrest Cell - (404) 432-5987
JoJo's Bait Shack &
Guide Service Joey Hester Cell - (256) 504-0173
Stan Reynolds Cell - (256) 484-2042 H - (256) 526-7432
Collinsville Trade Day - Every Saturday morning - EARLY! Everything you can imagine and then some - antiques, plants, pets, farm animals, tools ....... Don't wait and go mid morning because the vendors start packing up before noon! Spend the night at Bay Springs and get an early start. Only 9 miles away.
Mountain Top Flea Market - All day Sunday - 5:00 AM until ...... Over 1,000 dealers display their wares over 97 acres! In Attalla, 30 mins away.
Little River Canyon - One of the most extensive canyon and gorge systems in the eastern United States. Added to the National Park System in 1992, it protects 14,000 acres of the Little River watershed and many rare, threatened and endangered species of plants and animals. The Canyon Rim Drive is breathtaking any time of the year! 15 minutes away.
Untamed Mountain - Home of Tigers For Tomorrow - A rescue facility for exotic animals where life is wild by nature. Call for seasonal hours and tour times. (256) 524-4150 www.tigersfortomorrow.org 15 minutes away.
Cherokee Rock Village - (Leesburg) - Marvel at the view from Lookout Mountain, enormous boulders, natural archs, caves, and trails. One of the top rock climing spots in the Southeast. 10 minutes away.
Cornwall Furnace - (Cedar Bluff) - This 1862 cold blast furnace was the first in the county powered by water. The furnace supplied iron ore for foundries in Rome, GA, where Confederate armaments were forged. It is said to be the best preserved furnace in the Southeast. 15 minutes away.
Cherokee Historical Museum - (Centre) - Established in 1987, the museum is housed in a former 3-story general store in Downtown Centre built in 1919. The county's heritage is depicted with newspapers, shotguns, wagons, housewares, doll collection, Grand Ole Opry memorabilia, Civil War, World War I, World War II and railroad artifacts. Open Tuesday - Saturday. (256) 927-7835 www.MuseumAtCentre.com 2 miles away.
Cherokee County Golf Course - Located at the Cherokee Country Club. Open to the public, the mature 18-hole golf course provides year-round play for golfers. Enjoy the outstanding view of Mount Wisner as you tee the ball up on the first hole and later in the day be captivated by the gorgeous sunset as you finish on the uphill 18th hole. 4 miles away.
411 Drive-In Theatre - Enjoy a family oriented outdoor atmosphere and one of Hollywood's new releases. Built in 1953, the theatre's two large screens provide entertainment for up to 800 cars. It is one of eight drive-ins in Alabama and one of only 450 worldwide. (256) 927-2855 www.411drivein.com 2 miles away.
Orbix Hot Glass Studio & Gallery - The gallery of nationally-respected glassblower Cal Breed is located atop Lookout Mountain on 26 acres at the edge of Little River Canyon national Preserve. His work is displayed at major galleries and by art dealers around the country and is available in his gallery adjacent to the studio. By special arrangement a tour can be provided of the studio and furnace. (256) 523-3188 www.orbixhotglass.com 15 minutes away. Located on the Little River Canyon rim drive.