There are many recreational opportunities for visitors to Tuscaloosa County. Lake Lurleen State Park, named for Governor Lurleen Wallace, is located about 10 minutes from downtown Tuscaloosa and offers 1,600 acres for camping and hiking and a 250-acre lake for swimming and fishing.
The second largest lake on the Black Warrior river, Bankhead Reservoir is centrally located in Alabama and offers plenty of residential and commercial waterfront property for camping, boating and fishing. Bankhead Reservoir contains 9,200 acres and is the second largest lake on the Warrior River. Located approximately 15 miles west of Birmingham and 30 miles northeast of Tuscaloosa, Bankhead Reservoir flows through Walker, Jefferson and Tuscaloosa Counties. Fishing
Alabama Power Company impounded Bankhead Reservoir in 1915. Bankhead Lake is best known for catches of largemouth bass and spotted bass.
Weekly Events consist of Test and Tune on Thursday nights from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and offers everyone an opportunity to test their skills on the drag strip. Whether you want to run your parents station wagon, your brand new car, motorcycle or race car, Holiday Raceway is the place for you. COME BURN SOME RUBBER WITHOUT BURNING A LOT OF DOUGH!
Saturday nights we run our Bracket racing program where you can enjoy three classes battling it out for that top spot. Be sure to check out the events we have scheduled for this year.
Tuscaloosa County is a county in the U.S. state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, its population was 194,656. Its county seat and largest city is Tuscaloosa, the former state capital from 1826 to 1845. The county is named in honor of the pre-Choctaw chief Tuskaloosa. The county is the home of the University of Alabama.
County Line Air Rifle BB Shooting Range
12501 Mulligan Dr., McCalla AL 35111
Phone: 205 616 5981Mc Calla Alabama is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County and Tuscaloosa counties, Alabama, southwest of Bessemer Alabama. Tannehill State Park features a 19th-century blast furnace, the Iron and Steel Museum of Alabama, various historical buildings, rustic cabins, and a campground. The park also has a slave cemetery. The park is home to several festivals throughout the year, including the Southern Appalachian Dulcimer Festival, the Down Home Psaltery Festival, archery tournaments, a civil war reenactment, and other events.
Mc Calla (often shortened to McCalla) is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County and Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, southwest of Bessemer Alabama. The community is named for Richard Calvin McCalla, a well known civil engineer, who served as chief engineer of several railroads throughout the South, including the Alabama and Chattanooga, the Tuscaloosa and Northern and the Knoxville and Ohio. He also served as surveyor of many of the rivers throughout the South. Located in Jefferson County Alabama and Tuscaloosa County Alabama. Alabama Cities Index
Things To See In Alabama
Fallen Robot – Goldie 1971
Fallen Robot – Goldie 1971
University of Alabama
Outdoor art piece on the grounds of the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. A sculpture by Joe McCreary located in Woods Quad at the University of Alabama. Phone: 205-348-5967