Cherokee County, located on the Alabama/Georgia line, is one of North Alabama’s best-kept secrets. There are many opportunities to explore the beautiful outdoors in Cherokee County. Weiss Lake, which has the mountains as a backdrop, is known as the “Crappie Capital of the World.” And there’s plenty of canoing, kayaking, rock climbing, rappelling, camping, hiking, golfing, etc. to be done at the many other natural attractions.

1.     Weiss Lake – www.lakeweiss.info

2.     Cherokee Historical Museum – www.museumatcentrealabama.com

3.     Cornwall Furnace – www.cherokeecountyalabama.wordpress.com/2015/07/20/cornwall-furnace-2

4.     Cherokee Rock Village – www.ccparkboard.com

5.     Leesburg Landing – www.leesburgal.com/about-leesburg/recreation

6.     Little River Canyon National Preserve – www.nps.gov/liri/index.htm

7.     Terrapin Creek – www.canoeshop.net

8.     Yellow Creek Falls – www.cherokee-chamber.org/visitors/attractions

9.     Cherokee County Country Club – www.cherokeecountycountryclub.com