2048 St. Joseph Drive NW
Cullman, AL 35055
Phone: (256) 255-5999
Fax: (256) 255-5995
2048 St. Joseph Drive NW, Cullman, AL, US, 35055
- Phone: (256) 255-5999
- Fax: (256) 255-5995
This Pueblo style stucco building is featured on the National Register of Historical Places, and serves as the offices for United Way of Cullman County. The lobby contains displays of vintage railroad related items.
One of Alabama's largest covered truss bridges and the site of the 1863 Battle of Hog Mountain. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the bridge is the centerpiece of a public park.
This 70-acre complex offers championship softball and soccer fields, picnic shelters, multipurpose fields, outdoor basketball courts, pavilions, paved fitness trail, and a recognition garden.
FunZone is an entertainment mecca offering miniature golf, play areas, rookie car racing and much more. This is fun for the whole family!
Natural Bridge was formed by erosion of a tributary stream, leaving two giant arches forming a bridge. Scenic picnic area and nature trails available.
Cullman's oldest home, this lovely attraction was home to Aldo Weiss and his family.
As part of the North Alabama Birding Trail, this area is rich in natural beauty and almost anything could appear during migration! As you walk the trails of this lovely park, llisten for Red-eyed Vireos and Great Crested Flycatchers among the numerous Northern Cardinals and Carolina Chickadees.
Spread across four acres (1.61 hectares), Ave Maria Grotto is a miniature recreation of various world-famous Christian places of worship. Located on the premises of St. Bernard Abbey, the structures housed here were created by a Benedictine monk, Brother Joseph Zoettl. Attractions featured here include replications of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes in France, Rome's famous St. Peter's Basilica, Tower of Babel and more. Various depictions of ancient Jerusalem has given this park a sobriquet 'Jerusalem in Miniature'. Popular monuments and castles are also featured here.
This area has approximately 1.5 miles of natural trails, an 1860�s log house showing the architecture and the life of early Americanized Cherokees, and outdoor educational programs.
A registered Treasure Forest, this scenic ark features hiking and biking tails, waterfalls, a clear creek, hanging cliffs and much more for the nature lover.
This park offers over 200 tent and RV campsites, a swimming pool (in season), spiral waterslides, lake swimming, picnic area, shelters, and special events throughout the summer.