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North Alabama is full of adventure! If you love food, we've got it. If you love festivals, we've got them. If you love the outdoors, we've got plenty of places to explore. Whatever you love, we're sure to have something for you. Check out our blog posts, and you'll see what we mean.

Posts from October 2019

Sunday afternoon, I had the opportunity to visit The Belue Place in Lexington, AL. Open each Saturday and Sunday in October, The Belue Place is truly a wonderful place to take the kids for an afternoon of activities and fun. Kids of all ages will enjoy the corn maze, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting station, hayride, cow train and more. Moms will love the photo areas for Insta-worthy

North Alabama Fall Color Trail

Saturday, October 5, 2019 by Melea Hames

There’s a saying that says fall is a southerner’s gift for surviving summer. If that is indeed true, North Alabama’s fall gift is gorgeous, vibrant fall foliage. And North Alabama has many breathtaking spots to see some colorful scenery.

1. Blount County: Horton Mill, Easley, or Swann covered bridges and Rickwood Caverns State Park

Covered Bridge Easley


2. Cherokee County: Cherokee Rock Village, Little River Canyon

Haunted North Alabama

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by Melea Hames

There are so many reasons to love October: cooler weather, leaves changing, and all things haunted. Check out these cool - and maybe a little bit scary - haunted events all over north Alabama.

Athens Haunts Walk

In celebration of Halloween, Athens-Limestone County Tourism is offering haunted walking tours next month giving visitors and locals a chance to explore the town by night. Held every

October has a different feel to it: crisp air, colorful foliage, pumpkins, festivals, and the list goes on. It also has a spooky edge to it as well, and there are several haunted walking tours across the region that tell of the paranormal activity in north Alabama.

Anne of Green Gables said, "I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." So are we, Anne.

Here are several North Alabama