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North Alabama Geocaching

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Using the ever-increasingly popular technology of GPS mapping systems, Geocaching connects individuals from around the world in a modern day treasure hunt. The sport of Geocaching, much like a traditional scavenger hunt, allows players to create caches around the world and share their location coordinates for others to find using their GPS units. Caches, including numerous ones located throughout North Alabama are listed on websites such as Caches contain at least a logbook to track the cache’s visitors, and may contain other objects such as maps, books, software, or even money. Not all caches contain treasures.

The rules of Geocaching are simple.

    If the cache contains a treasure, you may take it.
    If you take a treasure, you must replace it with something of equal or greater value.
    Be sure to write about it in the logbook.
    Return the cache to the EXACT location you found it.


“A Dash of the Unexpected” Geo Tour lets you explore North Alabama’s rich history, music, civil war sites, small town charm and great geocaching. Join us for an adventure that makes North Alabama special, and a perfect opportunity to experience “A Dash of the Unexpected”. To participate, download a copy of “A Dash of the Unexpected” Geocaching passport!


To participate, download a copy of the North Alabama 200 Bientennial Passport. Next, visit and create a free account to get the coordinates for the twenty geocaching sites included in the Passport. Download the North Alabama Geocaching Passport



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Explore the 16 counties of North Alabama!

Come explore and see what each of the 16 counties in North Alabama have to offer. 

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Fun happens.

Whether you’re hopping on a hot air balloon, enjoying a regional delicacy, or shaking it to some soul music, there’s always something festive happening in North Alabama. Plan your trip today and check out these great events.

Whether you’re hopping on a hot air balloon, enjoying a regional delicacy, or shaking it to some soul music, there’s always something festive happening in North Alabama. Plan your trip today and check out these great events.

Ongoing Weekly/Monthly Events

US Space & Rocket Center- Huntsville always has a fabulous event taking place. Check out for dates and times.

First Fridays - Gadsden features wine and beer tastings, food vendors, and live entertainment. Downtown vendors stay open late and the scene is vibrant and filled with fun for families and those looking for a little romance. Takes place the first Friday of every month.

Third Fridays - Decatur lights up downtown from April to December to feature late night shopping with store specials and live entertainment. Buses run from Bank Street to 2nd Avenue so you won’t miss a minute of the fun.

First Fridays in Florence - experience the wonderfully festive atmosphere of First Fridays in Downtown Florence! On the first Friday of each month
from March through December.


The Jerry Brown Arts Festival hits Hamilton the first weekend of March. The now decade-old festival has quickly become a must for arts lovers looking to discover the next great artist. The two-day event includes a juried festival and items available range from pottery to photography.


Bloomin’ Festival blooms every spring in Cullman. This outdoor juried arts festival features music, great southern cuisine, and great activities for youngsters. This fantastic two-day festival benefits St. Bernard Abbey and Prep School.

Panoply is the Southeast’s premier arts weekend where Huntsville’s innovative spark shines through a festival of art, music and more in downtown’s Big Spring Park.


Mayfest hits Guin on the second Saturday each May and features a host of fun activities like a dog show, tractor pull and parade, car show, BBQ cook-off, arts and crafts, and a multitude of children’s activities. Admission is FREE.

The first weekend of May brings WhistleStop Weekend to Huntsville. This “foot-stompin’, pig-chompin’ two-day festival” at Huntsville Depot Museum features live entertainment, an out of this world kid’s space zone, BBQ cooking competitions, and a corn hole competition.

The Arts Alive Festival in Florence features a juried arts and crafts festival, more than 100 vendors, and great food, music, and kid-friendly activities. Proceeds benefit local schools’ ‘Artist in Residence’ program.

The Limestone Sheriff’s Rodeo stampedes into Athens every May and features a Saddle Bronc and Bareback Bronc clinic, street dance, parade, rodeo, horseback rides, and the much-coveted Queen Contest.

Soulstock has been bringing uplifting spirituality to Decatur each May for nearly 15 years. This FREE Christian music festival held at Point Mallard Park features some of the top artists in the genre.

The Alabama Jubilee Hot-Air Balloon Classic in Decatur features around 60 colorful hot-air balloons, children’s activity area, antique tractor show, and more. This Memorial Day staple is FREE and fun for the whole family.


Gadsden Riverfest brings great bands to the banks of the Coosa River. Family-friendly outdoor fun with fireworks, arts, food, and play area.

The Helen Keller Festival honors America’s ‘First Lady of Courage’ each year in Tuscumbia. Arts, crafts, live entertainment, and informative demonstrations make this festival a must.


Spirit of America Festival lights up Point Mallard Park each 4th of July and is the South’s largest FREE celebration of America. Event features a talent show, cheerleading competition, races, bike ride, softball and golf tourneys, food and game vendors, live music, the Miss Point Mallard Pageant, and, of course, fireworks.

The W.C. Handy Music Festival honors the ‘Father of the Blues’ with a celebration of Alabama’s musical heritage. Festival includes a parade, jam sessions, plenty of activities for the kids, and much more.


The World’s Longest Yard Sale’s southern-most point begins in Gadsden and travels more than 93 miles along the Lookout Mountain Parkway to Chattanooga. More than 1,000 yard sale vendors in Alabama set up shop to sell their unique wares. A true treasure hunter’s delight.


The Boom Days Heritage Celebration shows off Fort Payne’s past and the heritage passed down to them through the arts and crafts of the region. Four blocks of the city’s downtown district are closed to traffic while art and music takes over the city. The Boom Days Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament is also a featured event each year.

The Alabama Sstate Championship BBQ Competition Decatur-Riverfest is a KCBS certified competion. With 70+ team at Ingalls Harbor, live music, childrens activities and much more.

At the Athens Grease Festival you will find that fried foods are Southerners' Achilles heel. We love to batter and fry standard fare like okra and fish, but we don’t mind expanding the technique to Twinkies and Snickers bars. Grab a bed sheet, create your own toga, and bring your taste buds to the city that knows how to celebrate Southern life in a classical way.


Cullman Oktoberfest brings German music, food, and dancing to Alabama. Festival also includes historic district tour, arts and crafts, Miss Oktoberfest ceremony, and the Burgermeister Ball.

The Alabama Gourd Festival features artwork and crafts made from gourd. Enjoy hands-on crafting classes and free demonstrations while shopping vendor booths.

Imagine a crisp fall weekend spent listening to stories of adventure and excitement... a place where memories and magic are captured and spun into tales that make you laugh and cry. At the Athens Storytelling Festival you will hear stories that tell of a time that used to be. Glimpse into the past and live the imaginary. Stories will be told on the courthouse square in Athens, Alabama within close proximity of an eclectic mix of shops offering a wide variety of antiques, gifts, gourmet foods, clothing and hardware.


Stroll the Historic Decatur Christmas Tour of Homes and get in the holiday spirit by visiting the old-fashioned holiday decor of Decatur’s two historic districts.

Reindeer, elves, snow falls, and the big guy himself, Santa, can all be found in Huntsville when the Alabama Constitution Village transforms its historical setting into the magical holiday attraction, Santa’s Village. Additional family-friendly activities adding to the whimsical fun include making crafts in the Toymaker’s Workshop, mingling with costumed characters, enjoying musical entertainment on the Tinsel Tunes Stage, and shopping in Santa’s gift shop.

Enjoy five weeks of lights, entertainment, and music inviting children and adults to share in the magic of Christmas at the annual Christmas in the Park in Arab. Featuring more than 2 million lights throughout Arab City Park with spirited fun for all ages. The Arab Historic Village, located adjacent to Arab City Park, will be transformed into Santa’s village where children will be able to visit with Santa and have a photo made with him, decorate a cookie, make an ornament in Santa’s Toy Shop, and climb aboard Santa’s sleigh.

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From soaring mountains to sparkling lakes, there’s so much to do and see in North Alabama. But it’s not just outdoor adventure you’ll find. There’s also an array of awesome attractions that will keep you and the family entertained for weeks on end.

In Huntsville, head to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center and blast off at the world’s largest space attraction. Kids will surely love the 100 exciting interactive exhibits at Sci-Quest or history at one of the EarlyWorks Complex of museums. Before leaving, it’s worth it to stop and smell the roses at the Huntsville Botanical Garden, pay respect to the veterans who’ve served our great country at the Alabama Center of Military History/Veterans Memorial Museum, then go west to experience the Limestone County Civil War Trail or the Alabama Veterans Museum.

Head to Florence to tour the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Rosenbaum House.In addition, soak up the sights and sounds of the ‘Father of the Blues’ at the W.C. Handy Home, Museum, & Library.

Take a short dirve to see the studios where many famous artist recorded their big hits at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and Cypress Moon Productions. The Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area is a must-see for history buffs looking to learn about Alabama’s natural treasures and cultural impact.

Go for a drive on Highway 278 to the Bankhead National Forest to take a hike and on the way stop to cross the Natural Bridge of Alabama, the longest natural bridge east of the Rockies. The serene forest setting features natural gardens, picnicking, natural trails, and a gift shop.

Tuscumbia is home to America’s First Lady of Courage, Helen Keller. Sunday drivers and those looking for a scenic adventure will love cruising the illustrious 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway while they’re in town.

Drive over to Danville to take in the history and perfect your long jump at Jesse Owens Memorial Park. In Cullman, let your spirit soar by visiting the historical Ave Maria Grotto, home to 125 miniature replicas of Biblical structures and world-famous buildings, all hand built by a Benedictine monk.

There’s a wealth of things to do in Decatur including splashing away at Point Mallard Park. In addition, Cook’s Natural Science Museum, Carnegie Visual Arts Center, and Wheeler Natural Wildlife Refuge are great day trips that combine learning with fun.

Between Guntersville and Scottsboro, you can marvel at Cathedral Caverns. Featuring a Stalagmite Forest, the Frozen Waterfall and Goliath, a huge stalagmite column that reaches the ceiling of the cave some 45 feet above, the caverns are truly a can’t miss experience.

Step back in time at the Arab Historic Village, the Scottsboro Heritage Museum or the Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum.  Travel the path of days gone by when you cross three of the state’s 13 covered bridges in Oneonta.

Get out to Gadsden to cruise Lookout Mountain Parkway, America’s most colorful scenic drive. The thriving Gadsden arts scene features can’t miss museums such as Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts, Walnut Gallery, and Gadsden Museum of Art.

Like a view? Just outside of Centre head up Highway 35 to see the beautiful High Falls in Little River Canyon National Preserve. The canyon is 600 feet deep, the largest east of the Mississippi. 

Looking for something a little wilder? Stop in to Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain and see the over 130 exotic animals. Not wild enough for you? Take a zip lining or rock climbing excursion with True Adventure Sports in Fort Payne, AL.

And, of course, any trip to North Alabama iisn’t complete without visiting our beautiful State Parks.

Explore North Alabama’s attractions today!

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Shop ‘Til You Drop!

Whether you’re looking for arts and crafts, designer goods, or something uniquely southern, North Alabama’s shopping scene is eclectic, expansive, stylish, and most importantly, fun.

You’ve seen it on ‘Oprah,’ ‘Good Morning America,’ and ‘Late Show with David Letterman.’ Now experience for yourself the wonder that is Unclaimed Baggage. Find lost luggage treasures and shop around the sprawling 40,000 square foot store in Scottsboro. It’s a guaranteed good time for any and every shopper.

Antique hunters should be sure to stop in Decatur at Bank Steet Art & Antiques. Bank Street Art and Antiques features three floors and more than 12,000 square feet of art and antiques.  The variety of vintage and antiques will surprise you!    The original work of local artist and craftsmen will delight you!  Then head to downtown Athens to the nearly century-old U.G. White General Mercantile for specialty products and the uniquely Alabama atmosphere while you’re in town.

Got art? Arts and crafts lovers will be treated to the finest in handcrafted gems at Jerry Brown’s Pottery in Hamilton. This ninth-generation folk potter digs his own clay locally, processes it with a mule-powered pug mill, and fires his wares in a groundhog kiln. Head to Miracle Pottery in Valley Head to experience the divine creations of the amazingly talented Valinda Miracle. Art collectors will love the clean designs, dependable service, and unsurpassed quality found at Orbix Hot Glass in Fort Payne.

Looking for a gift for the person that has everything? Head to Morgan Price Candy in Decatur. Their gift baskets feature handcrafted chocolates and candies. A Touch of German in Cullman offers an array of Traditional German clothing, handcrafted nutcrackers, Bavarian steins, old-fashioned metal wind-up toys, Austrian crystal, tapestries, Christmas ornaments, candies and ever-popular German cuckoo clocks. High-end fashionistas will love what they find at Decatur Mall or Shoefisticated in Hartselle.

Sophistication comes to mind when you mention Rivenbark & Roper in Huntsville. This upscale antique shop offers American, French and English furnishings from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as Chinese and Japanese export porcelains. They also have the largest collection of silver hollowware in North Alabama, along with an exquisite collection of fine art from around the world.

Outdoorsman will find all their favorite gear at West End Outdoors in Athens, the Minnow Bucket in Rogersville, or Winston Outdoors in Double Springs.

Searching for unique items for your home? Take a trip to Southern Accents Architectural Antiques or Sutton’s Furniture. Like the excitement of a live auction? Check out the action at Harris Antique Auctions.

Looking for flea market fun? You’re in luck. Mountain Top Flea Market in Attalla is great for finding inexpensive wonders and locally made furniture.

Happy shopping!

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Swing away!

Grab your clubs and swing away at North Alabama’s award-winning golf courses. Fast fairways, smooth greens, and white sand make any golf outing a hole in one experience. North Alabama is home to three of the world-renowned Robert Trent Jones Golf Courses.

The Robert Jones Golf Trail at Hampton Cove comes equipped with 54 holes spread out over three uniquely different courses, all with bentgrass greens. The River Course harks back to a bygone era and is uniquely designed with no sand bunkers. Test your wedge game at the par 3 Short Course or put your driver to work at the 7,263-yard Highlands Course. Hampton Cove’s additional amenities include a putting green, driving range, clubhouse, golf shop and grill. Open year round.

Named a Great Value course by Golf Digest's Places to Play, Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Silver Lakes features three Championship nines plus a nine-hole Short Course. Its stunning grounds are also popular for wedding receptions, parties, catering, corporate tournaments and outings, and conference room meeting space. Open daily, 7:30 a.m. until dark.

Bigger is definitely better at Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at The Shoals. Its Fighting Joe ourse features more than 8,000 yards of challenging golf while its tree-lined Schoolmaster Course is equally as fun but more traditional. Come hungry as amenities include a full-service bar and grill serving breakfast and lunch. Open seven days a week, sunrise to sunset. Nearby in Florence, the Blackberry Trail Golf Course offers visitors 6,851 yards of golfing ecstasy. This Par 72 course opened in 2001 and has affordable green fees and great discounts for senior golfers.

Run, don’t walk to Deer Run Golf Course for a picturesque Par 72 course located next to Bankhead National Forest. The large bentgrass greens and Tifton fairways make this course perfect for golfers of all abilities. Course features include a driving range, snack bar and pro shop. Open year round.

TP Country Club beckons you to make the drive from Birmingham and Huntsville for the best-kept golf secret in Cullman County.Our par-72, 18 holes offer as much or as little of the course as you feel comfortable with.

Goose Pond Colony Plantation features two courses: the Par 72 Colony Golf Course is long and lean with 6,854 yards of smooth fairways and peerless greens while the Plantation Golf Course is a links-style, 6,901 yard course. With bentgrass greens, a driving range, pro shop, snack bar and putting green, it’s no wonder that Goose Pond has been rated a #1 Resort Value in Alabama and received a distinguished four star rating from Golf Digest. Open year round.

Located just 30 minutes from Huntsville, Gunter’s Landing Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course rated four stars by Golf Digest. Featuring Tiff Eagle Greens and Bermuda fairways with four sets of tees on every hole, Gunter’s Landing has it all including a practice putting green, 3-tier driving range, full-service pro shop with PGA professional staff, and well-stocked snack bar.

With the stunning backdrop of Wheeler Lake, Joe Wheeler Golf Course offers an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Earl Stone. The course’s rolling hills accentuate the river and though the course plays long, it’s accessible for newbies. Expect to see plenty of wildlife as deer and bluebirds are abundant in this natural wonderland.

Situated high atop Taylor Mountain in Lake Guntersville State Park, Eagle’s Nest Golf Course features striking mountain scenery that highlights the beauty of the course. Lake Guntersville also offers great deals on lodging with family-friendly activities such as swimming, boating, tennis, hiking, and a nature center.

Just down the road is the beautiful Cherokee Ridge Country Club featuring golf at a higher level, with immaculate greens set against a spectacular Appalachian backdrop. This 18-hole championship golf course takes every advantage of rolling hills, whispering woods, lakes and streams.

One of the South’s most fun-filled courses, Point Mallard is a Par 72 unlike any other with 7,000 yards of golf hidden among North Alabama’s beautiful wooden pines. In addition to golf, Point Mallard also features a seasonal waterpark with wave pool, a sprawling campground, archery park, and an ice skating rink.

Sporting unbelievable views of the Appalachian foothills, lakes and winding creeks, Quail Creek Golf Course features affordable green fees for its championship Par 71 course. Seniors, ladies, juniors and groups enjoy special discounts and season passes are available for individuals or families. Make a trip of it and enjoy the family-friendly lodging available within Quail Creek.

Spring Creek Golf Course is a 9-hole, Par 72 course that plays a lengthy 6,370 yards. The grounds also include a putting green, clubhouse, pro shop and snack bar.  The city park next to the course is equipped with pavilions, a playground, trout fishing, and features a fountain with music, light show and towering 47-foot waterfall.  Open daily 7 a.m. to dark.

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What’s Cooking?

Grab your forks and come hungry. North Alabama boasts an eclectic array of delicious cuisines that will please even the toughest palates. From fine dining to country cooking, the world is truly your oyster. And yes, we do have delicious oysters as well as fresh seafood that will have you smacking your lips and begging for seconds.

The conversation doesn’t start and end with barbecue. But to be honest, that’s where we’d like to begin. Is there anything better than good ‘cue? Not likely. Check out one of the stops on the North Alabama Barbecue Trail. Stop in at World Grand Champion Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Que in Decatur and try the white sauce or head to Cullmna to Jim-N-Nick's for their pork nachos.  Don’t miss the Stuffed Pork Potato at Lawlers Barbecue in Athens or the made from scratch pies and smoked turkey at New Market Bar-B-Que. Oh, and don’t forget, the hushpuppies at Greenbrier Restaurant.

In addition to the best in barbecue, North Alabama also features great dining options that true foodies will find both quirky and fun. The Wildflower Café is in a shabby chic restored 1887 house set in the picturesque town of Mentone. They offer great signature entrees that are both healthy and organic. Not your atmosphere? Check out the Rattle Snake Saloon in Tuscumbia. Where else can you ride in the back of a pickup truck to eat in a saloon built into a cave? They have great hamburgers and weekly entertainment to boot.

We’d certainly be remiss not to mention our famed country cooking and meat and threes. Those with a hankering for collard greens, corn, and fried chicken can fill up at famed favorites like Iron Skillet Restaurant in Hanceville or 1924 Restaurant in Red Bay. You have to try the Tomato Pie at Carlile’s in Scottsboro and the chocolate gravy at Coldwater Grille in Tuscumbia as well.

Phew! With all those options, you better be ready to eat when you visit North Alabama. Just remember to save room for delicious desserts at places like  Main Street Café in Madison.

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Go Fish!

Are you looking for a reel adventure? Whether you're an advanced angler or just an eager rookie ready to throw your first line, North Alabama is the place to go for your next fishing expedition. Our eight great lakes are not only beautiful, they're well stocked with a variety of fish.  So, what are you waiting for? Grab your pole and let’s go!

Alabama Bass Trail

Check out the Alabama Bass Trail Page is the Internet source for all your fishing needs. Find all your fishing news, feature articles, Feature Videos, pro angler blogs and more.



For additonal information check out LAKESONLINE.COM.

Bear Creek Lakes

At Bear Creek Lakes, you'll enjoy more than 8,000 acres of crisp, clean waters and four lakes (Bear Creek Reservoir, Little Bear, Upper Bear, and Cedar Creek) that feature an abundant supply of largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass, as well as crappie and catfish. Prepare for a challenge as anglers routinely find fish weighing in the 10-12 pound range.

H. Neely Henry Lake - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

H. Neely Henry Lake, located in Gadsden, sports 11,200 acres of blue waters and 339 miles of shoreline. These waters are bubbling with largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass as well as catfish.

Lake Guntersville - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

Lake Guntersville, Alabama's largest fishing impoundment, measures a whopping 69,000 acres with more than 900 miles of shoreline stretching from Scottsboro to Guntersville. In addition to great fishing, Lake Guntersville State Park also features a modern campground and lake-view cottages as well as an 18-hole golf course, beach complex, and numerous hiking trails. It's no surprise that Lake Guntersville was named one of "The South's Greatest Lakes" by Southern Living.

Lewis Smith Lake - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

Lewis Smith Lake not only holds five previous World Record spotted bass catches, it's also one of the cleanest lakes in all of America. In the crystal clear water, you'll find some seriously big striped bass - the current lake record is 45 pounds so be sure to hit the weights before you hit the waters.

Pickwick Lake - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

If you're looking for one of the South's best trophy smallmouth fisheries, look no further than Pickwick Lake. There's plenty of crappie and catfish biting in this sprawling lake running east-west.

Weiss Lake - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

Named "The Crappie Capital of the World," Weiss Lake offers more than 30,000 acres and 447 miles of shoreline. Don't let the nickname fool you: Yes, there's an abundance of crappie, but you'll also find spotted and striped bass.

Wheeler Lake - An Alabama Bass Trail Lake

Few things are better than reelin' them in at Wheeler Lake. The 67,000-acre reservoir on the Tennessee River features an eclectic array of largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass, in addition to crappie, hybrids, bluegill, and channel catfish.

Wilson Lake

Wilson Lake provides great bass, catfish, and crappie fishing thanks to its underwater points, gravel beds, rocky points, and sand bars. It stretches west from Wheeler Dam to the east city limits of Florence and Muscle Shoals.



Fishing Boats & Tackle

Fredricks Outdoor, 1312 South Bethel Rd. Decatur, AL 35603 (256) 340-8899

If you're looking for the best marine brands, the best parts, and world-class service, you've come to the right place. At Fredricks Marine, we have an excellent selection of boats, engines, and parts from the best brands. Also, as a full-service Yamaha & Mercury outboard, and Mercruiser inboard, warranty service provider, we can get you the service and parts you need quickly and get your boat back where it belongs - on the water. Open M-F 8 a.m. 6 p.m., Sa 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Dry Creek Marine

We are a full service marine dealer. We offer new sales of Benltley Pontoons, Crestliner, Southfork Custom-Built aluminum boats, and Charger Bass Boats. We also are a full service and repair shop for many different make and models. Boating accessories and marine parts in stock. Open Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm & Saturday 8:00 am- Noon.


Minnow Bucket, 14800 Hwy. 72, Rogersville, AL (256) 247-1495

Large selection of fishing supplies.


West End Outdoors, 17171 Hwy. 72 W. Athens, AL 35611 (256) 233-1633

One of North Alabama’s largest fishing tackle store, G Loomis, Shimano, Lucky Craft, Yeti, Coast Del Mar and Oakly Sunglasses and live bait. Located 4 miles west of I-65. Open M-Th 5 a.m. - 9 p.m., F-Sa 4 a.m. - 9 p.m., Su 5 a.m. -8 p.m.


Werner's Trading Company, 115 4thst SW, Cullman, AL  (256) 734-5673

Outdoor and fishing equiptment,  grilling, sports, food and drink.


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