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Wasn’t sure what this place was, but so happy we took a chance! After shopping around the little store area & buying a few items we got ice cream and took it outside. Plenty of benches, rocking chairs, & tables to relax at! Very “back...More
We’ve stopped here for years while traveling. It can get quite busy, but a great place to stop Youngsters will enjoy the trails and expend some energy. The sweet treats are delicious. Cute shopping too.
We’ve made it a tradition to make a pit-stop here on our trek from Florida to Kentucky. The ice cream and fabulous cobblers are always a treat. This year we decided to have a late lunch there as well. BBQ was sublime. See you next...More
I'm from Bessemer and just met a friend from Montgomery there for lunch today. Great time to shop the farmers' market, have good lunch, and sit for an hour or so in the rocking chairs and enjoy the view outside. Even if 65 South is...More
We stopped here on our way to Florida by recommendation from friends. We didn’t get anything to eat although there was ice cream and other goodies. Our boys enjoyed the trail and park. They saw several frogs on the trail, which was exciting for them....More
We took a chance on this place last year and loved it. The food was very good and the pies were wonderful. The staff were very friendly and the grounds ere very clean. We enjoyed it so much we have planned our trip this year...More
Nice park with shopping. We had peach cheesecake ice cream and it was AMAZIng! The park is more for younger kids but made a nice place to walk around. The shops are nice and the farmers market is great!
Response from grammy2002 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure what their winter schedule is. We were only there because we had car trouble and went by there before coming home the next day. You could probably get more information on line. I apparently didn’t save the... More
Not sure what their winter schedule is. We were only there because we had car trouble and went by there before coming home the next day. You could probably get more information on line. I apparently didn’t save the brochure from Peach Park. Sorry!
Good Stops between Birmingham and Foley (6 Replies)
My Husband and I are coming to town for Shrimp Fest again this year. Last year it was later than we planned when we got to leave so we settled for Pizza delivery the first night while we stayed in Foley. We have already taken off a day earlier than we did last year so we will be coming down earlier. My question is, Where does everyone like to stop between B'ham and Foley? We are staying one night in Foley before our friends come down and we can get into our condo for the weekend. We are...More
July 19, 2016|
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Family lunch places, Memphis to Gulf Shores (0 Replies)
We are planning to drive from Memphis to Tupelo to Meridian and on to Gulf Shores. Any good places to stop for a quick casual lunch and a leg stretch with two 4-year-olds? On another trip through Alabama, we stopped at Peach Park restaurant and complex, which had a market, ice cream and cobbler pies for sale, a full-service cafeteria-style restaurant, a large crafts gift store, plus hiking trails and lots of kitschy stuff to look at, It was wonderful! Anything like that in Mississippi on the...More
July 15, 2016|
Birmingham to Biloxi- back roads antiques shopping? (2 Replies)
We're going down in August and I was told to stop in old town Greenville and check out the shops. Any other good shopping along the way besides the obvious Peach Park and Preisters? I'm looking for small town mom and pop type stores or boutiques or bakeries, etc. that might be off the interstate but worth checking out on our drive to Biloxi. Thanks!
June 23, 2008|
Response fromBrooke W|
Hi Penny! I am so glad I found your post! I live in Troy, and I work in Montgomery, and I can recommend quite a few places. I wish you were going through Brundidge (about 12 miles south of Troy on Highway 231). There are LOTS of small antique stores here. If you were to decide to veer off the interstate, definitely check out City Antiques in Brundidge. You would talk to O.K. McDowell, who is a close friend of mine and my husband's. He's got TONS of antique furniture that is BEAUTIFUL. If you...More