Alabama April 24, 2016
Alabama Is One Of The Least-Visited States And Here’s Why That’s Bogus
According to the website
Thrillist, Alabama is one of the least-visited states. Even though this finding was based on true data, I find it odd Alabama would be included on the list because there’s such a variety of things to see and do in this great state.
Listed below are 13 reasons why visiting Alabama should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list.
1. Alabama's Gulf Coast is home to 32 miles of beautiful white-sand beaches.
Pictured: Gulf Shores, AL
2. There are several amazing state parks located throughout Alabama.
Pictured: Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham, AL - Alabama's Largest State Park
3. Alabama isn't afraid to show off its quirky side through its unique roadside attractions.
Pictured: Bamahenge in Elberta, AL
4. No other state's food compares to the delicious home-style food that's served here.
Pictured: Meat & Three Plate
5. Alabama is responsible for putting the first humans on the moon and is also home to the world's largest space museum.
Pictured: U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL
6. When it comes to sports, Alabama doesn't disappoint. Alabama is home to the #1 college football team, Talladega Superspeedway, and to Rickwood Field - America's oldest baseball field.
Pictured: Rickwood Field in Birmingham, AL - America's Oldest Baseball Field
7. Alabama's small, picturesque towns will leave you speechless.
Pictured: Fairhope, AL
8. Alabama is home to many scenic mountains and...
Pictured: Cheaha Mountain
Pictured: DeSoto Falls
9. The one and only Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is located here in Alabama. It's one of the world's greatest golf destinations.
Pictured: Capitol Hill Golf Course in Prattville, AL
10. Alabama's gorgeous antebellum homes will definitely take you back in time.
Pictured: Shorter Mansion in Eufaula, AL
11. In Alabama, a fair or festival always seems to be going on somewhere.
Pictured: Athens Grease Festival in Athens, AL
12. Alabama is rich in both music history and...
Pictured: Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL
...civil rights history.
Pictured: Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, AL
13. Alabama truly is a beautiful state to visit.
Then again, was there any doubt?
What are some other great reasons for people to drop what they’re doing and visit Alabama?