Old Seale Courthouse
The history of the Old Seale Courthouse is that Seale and Phenix City were dual Russell County seats from 1926 until 1934, when Phenix City became the sole county seat. The former courthouse in Seale has since served as a school gymnasium and a meeting place and today serves as a natural history museum.
Fort Mitchell National Cemetery and Historic Site
Fort Mitchell National Cemetery is one of the 130 United States National Cemeteries, located in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, adjacent to the state-owned and operated Fort Mitchell Park. It has interred approximately 5,000 individual since it officially opened its 280-acre site in 1987.
Fort Mitchell Historic Site is a park and an archaeological site in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, that was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1990.
Historic Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge
In 2012, a beautiful historic lodge in Russell County appeared doomed. The 1848 Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge was listed on the Alabama Historic Commission’s Places in Peril that year and seemed on the verge of collapse or demolition. Today, the building has been restored to its original state and serves as a public venue and park for the community of Crawford.
The whitewater rafting section of the Chattahoochee River is a dam-released river with a typical release schedule of milder, lower flow in the morning and wilder, higher flow later in the day. The course consists of everything from relaxing lazy river floats to Massive Class V rapids. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie, beginner or somewhere in between, Chattahoochee River rafting offers a unique experience that has something just for you!
East Alabama Motor Speedway