Alabama Accommodation and lodging listings
The Yellowhammer state has many things to see and do. Northern Alabama offers hills and forests for hiking and climbing and a long string of lakes for water sports. Cheaha and DeSoto state parks showcase the state's highest point and deepest gorge, respectively, and camping and hiking are popular activities in these forested areas. Guntersville and Wheeler lakes are prime recreational waterways where swimming, fishing, boating, and water skiing are enjoyed almost year-round. Catch a glimpse into the future at the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville; or visit some of Alabama's historic past at the W. C. Handy Home and Museum in Florence or at Ivy Green, the birthplace of Helen Keller, in Tuscumbia. Big-city life can be enjoyed in Birmingham, the state's largest city and home of the famous Vulcan statue.
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Major Alabama destinations:Birmingham Montgomery Gulf Shores Mobile Huntsville
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Approx 4km away in Tuscaloosa:
The Econo Lodge Inn & Suites is ideally located off Interstate 59 and Interstate 20, only two miles from the University of Alabama and University Mall.
Approx 1km away in Fort Payne:
New Hotel, opened in 2008, conveniently located near I*59. Located near Sports Complex, close to DeSoto Park, and many area businesses and industries. Little River Canyon just 4 miles away. Nearby to hiking trails and Lake Wiess. Nearby to Lookout Mountain and DeSoto Falls.
Fort Payne, Alabama
Approx 6km away in Huntsville:
Get more for your hard-earned money at the Quality Inn and Suites hotel in Huntsville, AL. We are situated right off University Drive near the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, University of Alabama Huntsville, Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville Botanical Garden and the Bridge Street Town Center.
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Heading south, the hills and forests give way to the rich plains of central Alabama, otherwise known as the Cradle of the Confederacy. Great cotton plantations sprang up here in the 19th century, and several can still be toured. The First White House of the Confederacy is in Montgomery, and ruins of the state's first capital city are at Cahawba, just west of Selma. Nearby in Tuskegee is the Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site. Here, among student-made brick buildings, are reminders of the impact made on Black history by such persons as Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver.
Spanish moss, meandering rivers, and white-sand beaches are the setting in south Alabama. Gulf State Park, in Gulf Shores, offers miles of beaches along with fine lodging facilities. Fun-loving Mobile is the host-city for the oldest Mardi Gras celebration in the country and an annual azalea festival. Just south of Mobile is Bellingrath Gardens and Home, one of the premier landscaped gardens in the country. It is a must-see for lovers of flora and fauna.