Tuscaloosa County Alabama Map

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Tuscaloosa County Alabama Map

Tuscaloosa County Alabama Map

Tuscaloosa County population is 194,656. Its county seat and largest city is Tuscaloosa, the former state capital from 1826 to 1845.

 

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Tuscaloosa County Alabama Cities:
Northport Alabama

Northport is a city in Tuscaloosa County and located on the Black Warrior River across from downtown Tuscaloosa. It is currently the 21st largest city in Alabama with an estimated population of 24,497 in 2013. It incorporated in 1871.

Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Tuscaloosa County Alabama Towns:
Brookwood,, Alabama
Coaling, Alabama
Coker, Alabama
Lake View, Alabama
Moundville, Alabama
Vance, Alabama
Woodstock, Alabama
Tuscaloosa County Alabama Communities:
Abernant, Alabama
Buhl, Alabama
Cottondale, Alabama
Duncanville, Alabama
Echola, Alabama
Elrod, Alabama
Fosters, Alabama
Holt, Alabama
Kellerman, Alabama
Kimbrell, Alabama
Peterson, Alabama
Ralph, Alabama
Samantha, Alabama
Windham Springs, Alabama
Tuscaloosa County Alabama Attractions:
University of Alabama Football
The Bear Bryant Museum
The Kentuck Art Festival
International City Fest, and
Tuscaloosa Christmas Afloat

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Lake Lurleen State Park: 33.301699, -87.670348
Lake Nicol: 33.312826, -87.481419
Alabama Museum of Natural History: 33.214023, -87.539142
Tuscaloosa Museum of Art: 33.224395, -87.519434
Foster Auditorium: 33.207778, -87.543889
Coaling, Alabama: 33.169442, -87.345859
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Alabama Museum of Natural History

The Alabama Museum of Natural History, with thousands of invaluable  specimens from all lines of scientific research, is a lasting monument to the energy, labor and love exhibited by Dr. Eugene Allen Smith.  He was appointed as state geologist in 1873 and Dr. Smith spent nearly 40 years surveying, mapping and collecting scientific specimens throughout the state of Alabama.

The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States
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Coaling, Alabama
Coaling is a town in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, United States. It incorporated in September 1997. At the 2010 census the population was 1,657. Located along U.S. Highway 11 and south of Interstate 59/20 in eastern Tuscaloosa County.
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Foster Auditorium

The Alabama National Guard, Federal marshals, and U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach escorted Vivian Malone past Alabama governor George C. Wallace during his infamous “Stand In The Schoolhouse Door” in front of this building in 1963. This was the first step in desegregating the University of Alabama and is seen as an important event in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.

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Lake Lurleen State Park

Lake Lurleen State Park, located on U.S. Highway in Tuscaloosa County Alabama. The park is 1,675 acres and includes 91 campsites, boating, fishing and swimming on the 250 acre lake. Over 23 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails are within the park.

Located 9 miles Northwest of Tuscaloosa and Northport Alabama and 14 miles from the University of Alabama.

OFFICE HOURS:  8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday-Friday (Except Holidays)
ENTRANCE STATION HOURS: 7 AM - 9 PM (7 Days a Week)

DAY USE ENTRANCE FEE:
Adults (12 years - 61 years of age): $3
Children 6 to 11 years of age: $1
Seniors 62 years of age and older: $1
Children under 6 years of age: FREE

PARK CLOSES AT SUNSET TO ALL DAY USE PARK GUESTS

Day use entrance fee includes park entrance, picnicking, fishing, boat launching, multi-trail use, and swimming.

A State fishing license is required

Park Website

13226 Lake Lurleen Road, Coker, AL, United States
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Lake Nicol

Lake Nicol is an attractive, easily accessible, well-maintained, and popular wooded park on a substantial lake. It draws many local visitors, so the best birding is achieved on weekdays, early or late in the day, and days when traffic should be less than peak. Look for pine-woods birds all year, a few waders and shorebirds, migrant songbirds in spring and fall, and a few ducks and geese in winter.

4402 Nicol Park Road, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States
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Tuscaloosa Museum of Art

Address: 1400 Jack Warner Parkway NE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

The Tuscaloosa Museum of Art displays about 1000 works of fine and decorative art and it is considered to be one of the greatest private collections of American Art.

1400 Jack Warner Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

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