It's more than just cooling off on a hot summer day, water parks offer a variety of fun from slides, splash pads, lazy rivers to pools. Here's a list of the 5 biggest and best water parks to visit this summer across Central Alabama.
It's summer, and TBH, I am not all that psyched. Summer is THE WORST. It's hot and humid, and by the time August rolls around I am seriously questioning the decision making process that led me to live in the South.
(You can read all the reasons why I HAAAAAAATE Summer here, BTW...
Some people may tell you that summer doesn't officially start until after Memorial Day, but people who live in Alabama can tell you that summer starts around mid-April down here. Summer is a time for swimming and barbecues and all sorts of fun outdoor activities--but it is also the WORST.
You don't have to travel hundreds of miles away to have an awesome summer vacation--in fact, you don't even have to leave Tuscaloosa County! There are so many fun things to do here--enough to keep you and your family busy all summer long. Check out our Tuscaloosa Summer Bucket List and start planning your vacation today!
In Tuscaloosa, we have an abundance of fresh clean swimming pools to go to this Summer. More people than ever have pools in their backyard. That wasn't the case where I grew up. We went swimming in the Cypress Hole on County Rd 21 in Coffeeville. Oh, and Bassets Creek.
Tuscaloosa Master Gardeners' are putting together plants of all kinds to prepare for the Pass-Along Plant Sale on April 30th at the Tuscaloosa County Extension Auditorium Behind Courthouse between 7th & 8th Streets.