Bashi Creek Public Use Area, also known as “Campbell Landing,” provides the birder with access to the floodplain forests along Bashi Creek. Birders can immerse themselves in excellent riparian habitat by canoeing/kayaking east up Bashi Creek in the spring and summer; sycamore, oak, and cypress forest line both sides of the creek for several miles […]
Attractions in Clarke County
This is a favorite fishing spot for locals, especially for catfish. The park has an observation deck with a round pavilion that provides a good view of the water overflowing the lock & dam and fishermen casting their lines into the churning water below the dam. Located just down river from the lock & dam […]
The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center opened in 2008 and it is a non-profit organization sponsored by the Grove Hill Arts Council. The Arts Center exhibits the work of local artists. Classes are also conducted at the Arts Center by local artists in oil and acrylic painting, drawing, and stained glass. The Arts Center recently […]
The Visitation Catholic Church is a Mission style building with stucco wall treatment. It was built around 1940. This church is a contributing property to the Jackson Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located at 135 W. Clinton St. in Jackson, AL (GPS coordinates N31.513794,W87.895762).
The Old Lock 1 Park is located at the remains of Old Lock 1 on the Tombigbee River between Jackson and Coffeeville. This park lies in a grove of large pecan trees. Major improvements at the park site from 1999–2004 include a picnic pavilion, restrooms, renovated boat ramp, paved roads, parking lots and a park […]