- TripBuzz found 69 things to do with kids in or near Decatur, Alabama, including 43 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Huntsville, Madison and Athens.
- From Point Mallard Waterpark to Wheeler Lake, the Decatur area offers 49 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Military Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Recreation Centers.
- Located along the blue waters of the Tennessee River is the city of Decatur, Alabama. A large economic center and ever-growing residential area, visitors enjoy the city's many water recreation opportunities and well as in-town attractions. Taking in the natural beauty of the local wildlife refuge is among the most popular, as well as attending the Alabama Jubilee hot-air balloon race.
Since the 25th of June 1974, the Clarkson Covered Bridge over Crooked Creek is included on the National Register of Historic Places. With its 270 feet, it is the second largest bridge in Alabama. It is also known as the Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge.
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1000 Gattman Park Drive, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 MoreLess Info
A sports and exercise facility, the Muscle Shoals Recreation Center features a variety of amenities. It has basketball courts, tennis courts, a weight room, cardio equipment, and areas for soccer and other sports.
Featuring full stadium seating in all auditoriums, Regency Square Cinema 12 is a movie theater that screens the latest released movies for its guests. Other theater amenities include closed captioning services, matinee ticket specials, and 3-D film selections.
The Carmike Regency Square 12 is the primary first-run movie theater for the Florence area. Popular Hollywood films are shown on twelve screens with select movies presented in 3D for an additional ticket surcharge.
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Clark Street, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 MoreLess Info
Leading tours through the lakes, rivers, and creeks of the region, Brian Barton Outdoors Fishing Guide - Private Tours provides visitors with a chance to catch catfish. Wilson Lake and Pickwick Lake are the two main fishing spots.
Giles County's Trail of Tears Memorial is a historical marker located in front of the Trail of Tears Interpretive Center. The Memorial commemorates the displacement and suffering of thousands of Cherokee, Muscogee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribe members.
Hands-on exhibits and programs targeted toward all developmental stages are the focus of the Children's Museum of the Shoals. In addition to established exhibits about the Tennessee Valley, young ones have freedom to play and create at numerous stations in the museum.