Here Are 12 MORE Hidden Gems In Alabama That Most People Don’t Know Exist

We’re constantly on the lookout for hidden gems in Alabama. These destinations are typically off the beaten path, but always worth the journey. Because there are so many hidden gems located throughout the state, it comes as no surprise that we were able to find 12 more hidden gems to add to our original list.

Now, let’s take a look at these 12 other hidden gems in Alabama. Some of these may seem like relatively popular destinations while others are totally obscure. Ready to start exploring?

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Have you visited any of these hidden gems in Alabama? Are there any other hidden gems in Alabama you would recommend visiting? If so, please share them with us in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you!

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August 26, 2021

What are some other hidden gems in Alabama?

One of our absolute favorite hidden gems in Alabama is known as Natural Bridge. Dating over 200 million years old, it’s certainly one of the most unique natural wonders in the state. The bridge measures 60 feet high and 148 feet long, and it holds the title as the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains. The bridge is the namesake of Natural Bridge Park, and the surrounding town of Natural Bridge, both of which make excellent day trip destinations. When you’re ready to stretch your legs, you can take the 30-minute nature trail within the park. Have you ever experienced this incredible hidden gem in Alabama? Other hidden gems in the state include the town of Mooresville, Orr Park in Montevallo, Harmony Park Safari in Huntsville, the Alabama Booksmith in Birmingham, Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House in Florence, Wilderness Park in Prattville, Little River Canyon in Fort Payne, and Rattlesnake Saloon in Tuscumbia. Learn more about these must-visit attractions in Alabama.