By June 14, 2017 Read More →

Visit Alabama – The Tombigbee River Valley ………

Located in western Alabama, the Tombigbee River Valley provides a wonderful taste of culture with gracious antebellum mansions, art galleries, scenic waterways and a treasure-trove of antique shops.


 Make sure to visit the Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum to get a closer look at Alabama’s beloved author. Also home to the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, this area has beautiful bodies of water that provide many opportunities for recreational activities.


Places-tombigbee-heroRoad Trip No. 14: Antiques and Antebellum Mansions

What To See & Do


Kathryn Tucker Windham Museum

Visit the museum dedicated to Alabama’s foremost storyteller and author.


Tenn-Tom Waterway

This 234-mile waterway flows through western Alabama and offers a variety of recreational activities.


Gaineswood National Historic Landmark

This antebellum mansion has domed ceilings, ornate plasterwork and original furnishings.


Demopolis Yacht Basin

This full-service marina offers in-water and dry storage for boats and has a restaurant and motel on-site


Bladon Springs State Park

Centered around four mineral springs, the 357-acre park features a variety of opportunities for family fun.


Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge

The Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge borders the Tombigbee River and is home to waterfowl, beavers, raccoons, alligators, eagles and more.


Gainesville Lake

The Sumter Recreation Area features a public boat launch, picnic areas and primitive camping.


Service Park at Coffeeville Lake

Located on the third largest lake of the Black Warrior-Tombigbee system, Service Park offers a boat launch and primitive and RV campsites.