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Lodging Opportunities

Bibb County Lodging | Hale County Lodging | Dallas County Lodging | Perry County Lodging

Places to Lodge/Camp in Bibb County

Brierfield Ironworks Historical State Park
240 Furnace Pkwy
Brierfield, AL 35035
Phone: 205-665-1856
www.brierfieldironworks.com
RV & Primitive Camping

Lazy Dan’s RV Park
27199 Highway 5
Woodstock, AL  35188
Phone: 205-369-8122
RV Camping

Payne Lake
581 County Road 71
Greensboro, AL 36744
Phone: 334-624-7382
RV & Primitive Camping
http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/alabama

Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park
12632 Confederate Parkway
McCalla, AL 35111
Phone: 205-477-5711
Camping and Cabin Rentals
www.tannehill.org

Winwood Inn
2923 Main Street
Brent, AL 35034
Phone: 205-926-4833
www.winwoodinns.com

Places to Lodge/Camp in Hale County

Muckle House Bed and Breakfast
2005 Main St.
Greensboro, Al 36744
Phone: 334-624-8374
www.bbonline.com/al/mucklehouse

Blue Shadows Guest House
11265 AL Hwy 14
Greensboro, AL. 36744
Phone: 334-624-3637

Bailey Bed and Breakfast
8687 AL Hwy 61
Newbern, Alabama 36765
Phone: 334-624-8455

Jennings Ferry Campground
Hwy 14 at Black Warrior River Bridge
Contact: U. S Army Corps of Engineers
384 Resource Management Dr.
Demopolis, AL 36732
Phone: 334-289-3540
www.sam.usace.army.mil/op/rec/war/tom
Campsites with electrical and water hookups, impact pad
Admission fee required in some areas

Moundville Archaeological Park
634 Mound State Pkwy.
Moundville, AL 35474
Campsites, picnic areas
Phone: 205-371-2234
www.moundville.ua.edu
26 large prehistoric platform mounds in 320-acre park. Attractions include reconstructed Indian village, museum, nature trails, campground, temple mound and picnic sites on banks of Black Warrior River. National Landmark Site

Places to Lodge/Camp in Dallas County

Comfort Inn‎
1812 Hwy 14 East
Selma, AL
Phone: 334-875-5700

Hampton Inn Selma, AL‎
2200 W. Highland Avenue
Selma, AL
Phone: 334-876-9995

Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites 
2000 Lincoln Drive
Selma, AL
Phone: 888-465-4329 or 334-874-1000

Jameson Inn
2420 N Broad Street
Selma, AL
Phone: 334-874-8600

Paul M. Grist State Park
1546 Grist Road
Selma, AL   36701
Phone: 334-872-5846 or (800) ALA-PARK
www.outdooralabama.com
Primitive Campsites
Camping sites with full hookups
Picnic areas, boat rental, fishing, swimming

Prarie Creek Park Campground
582 Prairie Creek Rd.
Lowndesboro, AL   36040
Phone: 334-418-4919
http://www.al.com/alabamiana/index.ssf??cengin.html#PrairieCreek
Campsites for tent camping only along the Alabama River
Reservations must be made at least 2 days in advance.

River Oaks Landing Bed & Breakfast
Fishing, hunting, bird-watching, pontoon river cruises
Full breakfast and dinner, satellite TV, high speed wireless internet, HA, conference center
361 River Oaks Landing Circle
Orrville, Alabama 36767
Phone: 334-996-3601 or 1-866-996-3601
www.riveroakslanding.com

Roland Cooper State Park
285 Deer Run Drive
Camden, AL   36726
Phone: 334-682-4838
http://www.alapark.com/RolandCooper/
Primitive Campsites along the lakeshore
Modern campground with full hookups, showers, laundry and store
Fully furnished cottage
Boat rental, fishing, golf, picnic area

St James Historic Hotel‎
1200 Water Avenue
Selma, AL‎  36701
Phone: 800-678-8946 or 334-872-3234

Places to Lodge/Camp in Perry County

Cedar Ridge Plantation
Route 1, Box 11
Marion, AL 36756
Contact: Larry or Laurette Turner, Owners
Phone: 205-447-8629
laurette@bellsouth.net
www.cedarridgeplantationmarionalabama.com
One of the oldest homes in Perry County, Cedar Ridge still has several of the original outbuildings - including the mule barn, carriage house, feed barn, smoke house and slave house. The three bedroom, two story home is located on 10 wooded acres and adjacent to hundreds of privately owned wooded land. Just one mile from the courthouse in downtown Marion - convenient to Judson College, Marion Military Institute, and shopping in unique antique stores of Marion.
There is a fully equipped, modern kitchen, one and a half baths, and central heat and air conditioning to ensure a comfortable and relaxing get away. If you want to step back to a simpler time and place, then Cedar Ridge is the place to stay. When reserving Cedar Ridge Plantation you will be reserving the entire home. The three bedrooms (one down and two upstairs), parlor, and dining room will be available to you, as well as the full equipped kitchen.  Breakfast food will be provided for your own preparation to fit your schedule, or can be prepared for you at a small additional price. Snacks and refreshments will also be provided.  There are several trails for walking, outbuildings open for your education and enjoyment, or just pick a rocking chair on one of the three porches and watch for deer, birds, and other wildlife.
Friday and Saturday night stays: $270 (or $150 each night) – other options available.
There is no hunting allowed on the property. Please NO Smoking

Directions from downtown Marion, proceed north on Washington street in front of the County Courthouse approximately one mile. At the fork in the road, take the right on County Road 7. Cedar Ridge Plantation is the first drive to the right.

The Gateway Inn
A nice quiet stay right off the main highway and only minutes from down town Marion. 
Restaurant is located on grounds for weekend evening meals.
1615 Highway 5 South
Marion, Al. 36756
Phone: 334-683-9166
http://www.marionalabama.org/

Donavan Inn & Lakes
The Inn has central air, glassed-in sun deck, family room, roofed porch, satellite TV, mud room with washer and drier, and a wonderful view of nature and of the exotic animal area we call "Earl's World."  Guests at Donavan Inn have exclusive use of the Inn and full fishing privileges of the Donavan Lakes Fishing Club. The Club has nine lakes with heavy structure, 17 fishing piers with fish feeders, 1,000 acres of prairie, swamp, hardwoods, and wetlands that offer outstanding birding and trips into the wilds of nature.
County Road 38, 4 miles south of Marion on Hwy 45
Marion, AL   36756
Phone: 334-683-6389
http://donavaninn.com/
Call for appointment

Folsom Inn Bed and Breakfast
1920s Cottage - Country Casual
$125/night for entire Inn
Dog Friendly
Located on Alabama Hwy. 14  West in Folsom (between Marion and Greensboro)
Stay includes continental breakfast, 2 bedrooms (1 double and 1 bunk room), 1 bathroom, kitchen sitting area, dining room, front porch for relaxing, back screened porch, walking trails, and you can enjoy an eagle nest, wildlife, more than 20 historic buildings, wildflowers, treasure forest and vegetable garden.
Hwy 14 West, Folsom AL, six miles west of Marion and 12 east of Greensboro.
Reservations:
Cooper Holmes   334-683-2848
Cooper_holmes@hotmail.com
www.holmesteadcompany.com
Jenny Holmes  334-683-9955

Myrtle Hill Bed & Breakfast
The Bed and Breakfast is set in 12 acres of Victorian gardens and waterfalls. Begin your day with a plantation breakfast, Visit the historic sites - Judson College (1838), Marion Military Institute (1842), Marion Genealogical Library - and browse in antique shops of antebellum Marion while you anticipate the wide porches, comfortable rockers, complimentary refreshments and the sounds of a Southern twilight that await your return.
303 West Lafayette St.
Marion Al. 36756
Phone: 334-683-9095 – Call for appointment
www.bbonline.com/al/myrtlehill/