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Tannehill Ironworks is a great place to visit if you enjoy historical sites. There are lots od walking trails intertwined within the park that wind along the creek and hills. There are Confederate era sites and period log cabins with craftsmen exhibiting on the weekends....More
This is one of the most impressive and underrated Civil War sites I've ever seen. While the iron works is the heart of the park, there are also several other old cabins, churches, and other structures that are worth checking out.
The park itself is...More
Alabama State Park offers RV and primitive camping in a verdant setting that highlights an engaging look at how the discovery of iron ore combined with the development of charcoal blast furnaces near water power in one place created the birthplace of the Birmingham Iron...More
This is a large state park and has some interesting buildings, an old mill, river, stream, and walking trails, plus blast furnace used in the Civil War. However, the camping areas, and stores are pretty basic and lacking. Maintenance just seems mediocre.
I called ahead to see about late arrival for an Rv site while we were passing though the area. Super easy to work with, just come in and pay in the morning. Nice big sites in campground one ( turn left just inside gate for...More
Traveling about 6 months of the year we have had the pleasure of staying at numerous state parks, the cost is usually very reasonable, more spacious spots, and of course the scenery. This park could be one of the best because of the local history...More