See The Very Best Of Rural Alabama In One Day On This Epic Road Trip
Many rural towns help make up the great state of Alabama. One of the best ways to explore some of these towns is via a road trip. Listed below is a mapped road trip route that includes some of Alabama’s best rural towns. Because the estimated drive time is 6 hours, this road trip could easily be taken in one day. It all depends on how long you wish to stay in each town.
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Your road trip will begin in Woodville. Woodville is a small town in Jackson County, Alabama. Its main attraction is Cathedral Caverns, which is also one of the state's top cave destinations. People come from all over the world to visit this cave, which is famous for having has one of the world's largest entrances.
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Following a short drive, you'll arrive in Mentone. Mentone, which has less than 500 residents, is located atop of Lookout Mountain in DeKalb County, Alabama. It's best known for its breathtaking views and its beautiful waterfall - DeSoto Falls.
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Fruithurst, AL 36262, USA
Your next stop is Fruithurst. Fruithurst is a tiny town in Cleburne County, Alabama. A popular attraction that's located just north of this town is The Fruithurst Winery Co., which is part of the North Alabama Wine Trail.
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Following a short drive, you'll arrive in Delta. Delta is located in Clay County, Alabama and has less than 300 residents. Its main attraction is Cheaha State Park, which happens to be Alabama's oldest continuously operating state park. Delta is also located atop of Cheaha Mountain, Alabama's highest natural point.
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Following a scenic drive south, your road trip will end in Forkland. Forkland is a small town in Greene County, Alabama with less than 500 people. One of its most popular and quirkiest attractions is Jim Bird's Farm. This unique farm features a variety of whimsical characters made from hay, scrap metal, and more. Click
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Can you think of any other rural towns to add to this road trip? If so, please share them with us in the comments below.
For more information about the town of Mentone, be sure to take a look at the following article:
There’s A Little Town Hidden In The Alabama Mountains And It’s The Perfect Place To Relax.
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