Saint Clair

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The only full-time professional skydiving center serving Alabama. State-of-the-art skydiving equipment, commercial jumpships offering the highest skydive available, video and still photograpy of dives.
Admission: Admission charged
Memorabilia, exhibits, research opportunities for historians and genealogists. Located in historic courthouse.
Admission: Free
115-acre nature park. Hiking, camping, picnicking, bouldering. Bluegrass festivals, motorcycle rallies, Native American festivals, arts & crafts, Tomato Festival. Civil War re-enactments, Mountain Man Rendezvous, bouldering competitions. Country and Southern rock 'n' roll music.
Admission: Admission charged
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks, MasterCard, Visa
Possibly oldest dog trot log house in state (1818-1820). Excellent example of pioneer architecture. Annual fall festival.
Admission: Admission charged
Nestled along beautiful Logan Martin Lake. Picnic tables along waterfront, large and small pavilions for rent, nature trail, boat launches, 2001 Kids' Kastle playground, fishing pier and bridge, new 1.3-mi./2.3-km walking (non-motorized) trail.
Admission: Free
Compilation of artifacts and memorabilia relating to history of people of St. Clair and surrounding counties.
Admission: Admission Charged
Day-use park. Swimming, picnicking, fishing, nature trail, boat ramp. Historic site.
Admission: Free
Invaluable documents and articles of Lt. Col. Inzer. One-story Greek Revival home (1852) with many original furnishings. Museum sponsored by Camp 308 Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Admission: Unknown


Phone: 205-338-3381
Fax: 205-338-3183
Accepted: Travelers Checks, Credit Cards (call for specifics)
Phone: 205-338-7221
Phone: (205) 338-4000
Logan Martin Lake Haven is a waterfront 7 bedroom home for vacation rental.
Phone: (205) 222-2924
Phone: 205.525.5172
Fax: 205.525.5172