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4541 Jug Factory Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL, US, 35405

  • Phone: (205) 759-9878
  • Fax: (205) 759-9878
3.8 out of 5 (61 reviews)
74% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Ladybug Farm

    In business since 1997 and only minutes from Sokol Park Riding Arena, Ladybug Farm offers full-service boarding, horse sales, horse training, riding lessons, animal education and pony parties. From a single pony to a carousel of five, they can accommodate your needs. They also have a full line equestrian and pet supply store carring the highest quality Western, English and Saddleseat products at competitive prices.

    13587 Pinehill Road
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35405

    »Mimosa Golf Course

    Spend the day on this challenging course and enjoy lush greens and scenic vistas.

    5700 18th Avenue
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35405

    »AMF Bama Lanes

    Enjoy a family night, fun with friends or join a new league at this state of the art bowling alley.

    520 Fifteenth Street
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

    »Leland Bowling Lanes

    Leland Lanes offers great lanes, and an opportunity for family and friends to enjoy a competitive game. Bowling is fun for the whole family!

    1125 Twenty-Sixth Avenue East
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404

    »Coleman Coliseum

    Coleman Coliseum is the sporting arena of the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. This stadium can seat more than 15,000 spectators. Coleman Coliseum is also home of the Alabama Crimson Tide basketball and gymnastics team. But its fame is not restricted to sports, music legends Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan have performed here!

    801 Campus Drive
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

    »Moundville Archaeological Park

    The Moundville Archaeological Park, located on Highway 69 about 14 miles south of Tuscaloosa, is one of the most significant prehistoric sites in the United States and one of the most popular destinations in Alabama. The park consists of 26 earthen mounds, the Jones Archaeological Museum and a campground. It is believed that between 800 CE and 1400 CE, Moundville was home to as many as 5,000 indigenous people, making it perhaps the largest city in North America. The collections housed at the museum are among the most important of their kind in the country. Native Americans and children under five years are admitted free. Guided tours are available.

    13075 Moundville Archeological
    Moundville, AL 35474
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