Chesley Oaks Golf Course
The 18-hole Chesley Oaks golf course has a course rating of 71 and a par rating of 71. The public course spans across 6,738 yards.
Chester Freeman Park
This complex includes a custom-designed Field of Miracles with a cushioned rubberized turf to help prevent injuries, wheelchair accessible dugouts, and a completely flat surface to eliminate barriers to wheelchair-bound or visually impaired players. The design also includes three grass fields. In addition, accessible restrooms, a concession stand, accessible score and media towers, and a covered play area with a rubberized surface are part of this state-of-the-art complex.
CWAC has an outdoor water park that features two large water slides, high and low diving boards, lazy river, water play area, and zero entry area for special needs; a full fitness center complete with weights, cardio, specialized equipment, and professional training; and indoor rubberized walking track; an 8 lane outdoor and 6 lane indoor competition pools; an indoor leisure pool; and a gymnasium equipped for both basketball and volleyball
Located on the 21,200-acre Smith Lake, Smith Lake Park features handicap-accessible boat docks, lakeside cabins, camping facilities, swimming pool and other recreational areas. The park is host to several summer festivals including a large 4th of July fireworks display.
Cullman Railroad Depot
The restored railroad depot, located in Cullman’s historic downtown area was once a bustling passenger and freight rail stop. The depotoffered passenger service until 1968 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. It is now home to the United Way of Cullman County.
Festhall Market Platz
Located in Cullman’s historic warehouse district, the Festhall Market Plats is Alabama’s largest timber-frame structure. The open-air facility is the site of three-day per week farmers markets and other community events.
Located just south of the city of Cullman, Alabama, the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament is home to the Poor Clare Nuns of Perpetual Adoration, a cloistered Franciscan Order. The shrine, patterned after Medieval architectural styles, is open to visitors.
Through her gifts to Wallace State valued in the millions, Evelyn Burrow educates and inspires generations of current and future artists, collectors and art historians. The museum is located in the Ottis and Evelyn Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts on the campus of Wallace State Community College.