Oneonta Alabama

Oneonta Alabama

Oneonta-Alabama Location in Blount County and the state of
Coordinates: 33°56′32″N 86°28′44″W

Oneonta Alabama 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.

Oneonta Events and Places of Interest

Oneonta, Alabama is home to the historical Covered Bridge Festival.  This annual event showcases the history of the remaining covered bridges in Blount County, and includes an arts and crafts festival with entertainment and events. Also located in Oneonta is the Blount County Memorial Museum which hosts a variety of resources for genealogy research. Palisades Park features hiking trails and public campgrounds. The Oneonta Business Association sponsors the annual summertime festival known as the June Fling with over 100 booths, cruise-in, entertainment, Kidz Fun Zone, and the Singing Showdown solo vocal competition. This non-profit organization heads other projects including “Paint the Town,” “Light the Town,” and the Festival of Lights.
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