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There's Something For Everyone at Tannehill Ironworks State Park

  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Iron and Steel Museum
  • Grist Mill
  • Cabin Rentals
  • Blacksmith
  • Biking Trails
  • Crafts Cabins
  • Tannehill Furnaces
  • Tannehill Creamery
  • 195 Improved Campsites
  • Fishing
  • Picnics
  • Miniature Railway
  • Tannehill Woodcarvers Club
  • Vulcan Forge
  • Iron Pour Demonstrations
  • Reenactments
  • Dulcimer Demonstrations
  • Car Shows
  • Races

Tannehill Ironworks State Park offers a plethora of activities for visitors of all ages. History enthusiasts can explore the remnants of a 19th-century iron-making complex, including towering furnace stacks and coke ovens, while learning about Alabama’s industrial past. Outdoor adventurers can traverse scenic hiking trails that wind through woodlands and along the banks of Roupes Creek, providing opportunities for birdwatching, photography, and peaceful reflection in nature’s embrace.

Families can enjoy picnicking in designated areas, fishing in the creek, or taking leisurely strolls through the park’s picturesque landscapes. For those seeking overnight adventures, the park’s campground offers both RV and tent camping options, allowing guests to extend their stay and immerse themselves fully in the park’s natural beauty.

Throughout the year, Tannehill Ironworks State Park hosts a variety of events and festivals, from Civil War reenactments to craft fairs, providing opportunities for visitors to engage with the region’s rich heritage and vibrant community spirit.

Whether you’re interested in history, outdoor recreation, or simply enjoying a day in the park with loved ones, Tannehill Ironworks State Park offers something for everyone to enjoy and explore. Plan your visit today and experience the wonders of this unique Alabama destination.