Oneonta Alabama

Oneonta is a city in Blount County. The city is the county seat of Blount County. Oneonta is home to the Covered Bridge Festival. Oneonta is located in eastern Blount County at 33°56’32.291″ North, 86°28’43.586″ West (33.942303, -86.478774). It is situated in Murphree Valley between Red Mountain and Sand Mountain to the northwest and Straight Mountain to the southeast. U.S. Route 231 passes through the center of the city, leading northwest 7 miles to Cleveland, Alabama, and southeast 14 miles to Interstate 59 in Ashville.


Blount County Alabama

Blount County Alabama

Blount County population is 57,322. Its county seat is Oneonta. Blount County was created by the Alabama Territorial Legislature on February 6, 1818, formed from land ceded to the federal government by the Creek Nation on August 9, 1814. This county lies in the northeastern quadrant of the state, which is sometimes known as the mineral region of Alabama. Blount County Alabama Cities:
Oneonta, Alabama
Warrior, Alabama
Blount County Alabama Towns:
Allgood, Alabama
Altoona, Alabama
Blountsville, Alabama
Cleveland, Alabama
County Line, Alabama
Garden City, Alabama
Hayden, Alabama
Highland Lake, Alabama
Locust Fork, Alabama
Nectar, Alabama
Rosa, Alabama
Snead, Alabama
Susan Moore, Alabama
Blount County Alabama Communities:
Smoke Rise, Alabama
Bangor, Alabama
Bright Star, Alabama
Brooksville, Alabama
Hopewell, Alabama
Little Warrior, Alabama
Mount High, Alabama
Remlap, Alabama
Sky Ball, Alabama
Straight Mountain, Alabama
Summit, Alabama

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Garden City Alabama

Garden City Alabama

The town of Garden City is located in Cullman and Blount counties, majority of the town is in Cullman County. Garden City was the second city founded by Col. Johann G. Cullmann and incorporated in 1878. Because its original incorporation had lapsed, the city was re-incorporated in 1950. The first 12 families who settled here in 1878 were from Chicago.

Spring Valley Beach

Spring Valley Beach
Spring Valley Beach Water Park
2340 County Highway 5
Blountsville Alabama 35031

Spring Valley Beach Waterpark is a family owned and operated waterpark located in Blountsville, Alabama. The water park is approximately 60 minutes north of Birmingham, AL and approximately 60 minutes south of Huntsville, Alabama right off of Highway 231. Spring Valley Beach is a charming, one-of-a-kind, family-owned water park; it is the only waterpark in the southeast where you can bring your own picnic basket or grill to the park, provides free suntan lotion, and offers free parking. With more than 20 gazebos and pavilion areas, 10 thrilling water slides, the Southeast’s largest pool, and a huge Kids water playground; Spring Valley Beach really does provide something for any occasion. Alabama Amusement Theme Water Park Index

Rickwood Caverns Hiking Trails

Rickwood Caverns State Park

Rickwood Caverns State Park
Warrior Alabama

Phone: 205-647-9692

Rickwood Caverns State Park is located 7 miles north of Warrior Alabama near Interstate 65. The park is within parts of Jefferson County, Alabama and Blount Count, Alabama. Underground caverns, camping, swimming and picnicking await you at this 30 acre Alabama State Park in Warrior Alabama, 25 miles north of Birmingham Alabama. Hiking trails, playgrounds, campgrounds and panning for gemstones, RV camping and picnic areas in what reviewers call a “great family adventure.” Rickwood Caverns State Park, Rickwood Park Road, Warrior, AL, United States (Directions) (Settings)

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