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Blountsville Historical Park: 34.081500, -86.591100
Palisades Park: 33.948100, -86.472800
Rickwood Caverns State Park: 33.874404, -86.857841
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Blountsville Historical Park

The Historical Park located in Blountsville, AL is home to the Blountsville Historical Society.  This park has on display some of the finest log cabins in existence today.  Most of the buildings have period furnishings and have been restored.
Park is located Between mile marker 270 & 271 on Hwy 231. 

Blountsville Historical Park
71406 Main St.
Blountsville, AL 35031

Contact Betty Alexander 205.429.2468
betoka84@yahoo.com
 
Blountsville Alabama, United States of America
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Palisades Park

Blount County Palisades Park offers a relaxing atmosphere with scenic views atop of Ebell Mountain. The park has been enjoyed by visitors since November of 1973. The 100 acre park is owned by Blount County and is one of Blount County’s “best kept secret”.

The eastern bluff of Ebell Mountain has long been a favorite scenic area of Blount County. This wooded area at one of the highest elevations in the county was chosen as the site for Palisades Park. The most obvious function is an overlook point. The main feature is a sheer sandstone bluff averaging about 60-70 feet in height and extending across the property for more than a 1/4 mile.

Oneonta Alabama, United States of America
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Rickwood Caverns State Park

What makes Rickwood Caverns State Park unique is the massive cave that contains 260-million-year-old formations that were created by water and reveal evidence that the cave was carved from an ocean bed.See 260-million-year-old cave formations.

The main attraction is the guided cave tour. Rickwood Caverns State Park also offers a gift shop, picnicking, gemstone mining, camping, playground, and hiking the Fossil Mountain Hiking Trail, which got its name from the leaf and seashell imprints visible in some of the rocks. The park features an Olympic-size swimming pool, fed by chilly waters from the cave. There’s also a kiddie pool.

Located at 370 Rickwood Park Rd, Warrior, Alabama

205-647-9692

370 Rickwood Park Rd, Warrior, AL, USA

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