96 Walker Street
Gadsden, AL 35904
Phone: (256) 538-5770
Fax: (256) 538-5467
This monument was built to honor the memory of Etowah Countians who lost their lives during World War I & II, the Korean, Vietnam, & Lebanon Wars.
Historical bridge constructed in 1899 from rough-hewn lumber and covered with weathered shingles. The bridge was moved to Noccalula Falls Park in 1968.
Play 18 holes of American history.
Noccalula Falls cascade over 90 feet into a beautiful ravine. This breathtaking area is a park with trails, gardens, artifacts, picnic areas, and a 130 site campground.
An overlook that offers a magnificent view of Gadsden, the Coosa River, and the mountain ranges. The area served as a lookout during the Civil War.
A treasure trove of natural beauty and rarity, the Horse Pens 40 Park is a nature park that is visited by hordes of tourists each year. The park is well-known for the stone formations, consisting of boulders that have been naturally formed, and date back to about 1.3 billion years. The park is also home to some very rare and endangered species of flora and fauna, thus making it important from the conservation point of view as well. See the website for more information.