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Alabama Camping and RVing Travel Guides

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Alabama
RIVER HERITAGE

 
 WHERE TO GO

 Tuskegee:
Tuskegee National Forest
, (hiking, fishing, biking, wildlife viewing) 125 National Forest Road 949. 334-832-4470

Gilbertown:
Choctaw County Historical Museum, (historic artifacts and folklore) County Road 14. 334-843-2501

Jackson:
Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, (fishing, hunting, wildlife observation, photography) 334-246-3583. http://choctaw.fws.gov

Montgomery:
Alabama Shakespeare Festival, (classical and modern theater) One Festival Drive. 800-841-4273
Rosa Parks Library and Museum,(at Troy State University) 251 Montgomery St. 334-241-8661

Troy:
Pioneer Museum of Alabama, (See how early Alabama settlers lived, view Native American artifacts and Civil War memorabilia) 248 U.S. Highway 231 North. 334-566-3597

Demopolis:
Gaineswood Plantation, (Tour this antebellum cotton plantation) 805 S Cedar Ave. 334-289-4846

 
 WHERE TO STAY
 
 WHERE TO DINE
 
 WHAT TO DO
 

 image #1 courtesy of Peggy Collins - Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel, image #2 courtesy of Dan Brothers - Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel, image #3 courtesy of NPS