Morgan County Alabama Map

Morgan County Alabama

Morgan County Alabama was created by an act of the Alabama Territorial General Assembly on February 6, 1818, preceding Alabama’s statehood by almost two years. The county was originally named Cotaco for a creek that flows through it.

Point Mallard Waterpark

Aquatic Center, Golf Course, Skating Rink & Camp Ground

Cook's Natural Science Museum in Decatur Alabama

Cook’s Natural Science Museum

Cook’s Natural Science Museum in Decatur, Alabama, Morgan County, offers an educational experience for individuals, schools, church groups and other organizations FREE of charge. Enjoy an educational and entertaining trip to one of North Alabama’s most inspiring attractions. Our talking exhibits and life displays will impress you. The museum provides extensive collections of beautiful and exotic insects, mounted birds and animals, rocks and minerals, seashells and coral. Protected and endangered species are included in the museum’s vast collection and many animals are displayed in their natural habitats.

Jessie Owens Museum & Memorial Park

Jesse Owens Memorial Park & Museum

Dedicated to the Olympic Athlete, Jessie Owens, the museum is located in Danville Alabama, a community in Morgan County Alabama. The twenty acre park has attractions to honor Owens, a museum, a long-jump pit and a replica of Jessie’s home.  

Hartselle AL Morgan County Alabama

Hartselle Alabama

 Hartselle Alabama
 is the second largest city in Morgan County Alabama and is about 10 miles south of Decatur Alabama. Hartselle Alabama History
Established in 1870 primarily as a train stop depot, the town was built alongside the railroad tracks and today that area is known as Railroad Street. Hartselle Alabama Contact Information
Mayor: Don Hall
Contact: 256-773-2535
City Hall: 256-773-2535
Fire Department: 256-773-2545
Park & Recreation: 256-773-2581
Police Department: 256-773-6534
Public Works: 256-773-2643

Riverfest Barbecue Cook-Off | Decatur Alabama | Bullock County Alabama

Decatur AL Riverfest Barbecue Cook-Off

Riverfest Barbecue Cook-Off
Bullock County Alabama

Teams compete for cash prizes. Music, entertainment and fun for the kids.

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

The Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge in northern Morgan County includes 35,000 acres and is home to Alabama’s largest overwintering duck population.

Sauta Cave National Wildlife Refuge

Sauta Cave National Wildlife Refuge

The Sauta Cave National Wildlife Refuge was once called the Blowing Wind Cave National Wildlife Refuge. In the past, the cave served a variety of uses. Cherokee natives mined the soil to make saltpeter for gunpowder. Saltpeter mining continued on occasion across the War of 1812, and the American Civil War.