Discover Albertville

Experience the Beauty and Strength of Albertville

Meet the City

Located in northeastern Alabama, Albertville has a rich history that dates back to its incorporation in 1891. However, in 1908, a devastating tornado almost wiped the city out completely. Despite the destruction, the resilient citizens of Albertville came together to rebuild their community.

Thanks to the nearby Gadsden railroad, relief was delivered, and the city was back on its feet within no time at all. Today, visitors to Albertville can still see the evidence of the city’s history, as well as the strength and perseverance of its residents.

Things to Do

The Albertville of today is a charming community with plenty of things to see and do. Visitors can explore local shops and restaurants, stroll through picturesque parks, or take a walk along the Tennessee River.

For those seeking adventure, Albertville has no shortage of outdoor activities. The scenic forests, hiking and cycling trails, and adrenaline sports all appeal to the thrill-seeker in all of us.

Whether you’re interested in history, nature, or adventure, Albertville, Alabama has something for everyone. Come experience the beauty and strength of this resilient community for yourself.

Activities and Attractions

Golf: Check out Big Spring Lake Golf and Willow Brook Golf Course.

Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater: This 130-acre park has a waterpark, walking trails and more.

Spring Valley Beach Waterpark: Spring Valley Beach in nearby Blountsville is a family-owned waterpark offering thrilling chutes, slides and wave pools for everyone to enjoy.

Pre-Civil War Cemetery and Museum: Rows of white marble and granite headstones. Words carved in old stones tell fascinating stories not found in schoolbooks and libraries.

Albertville Museum: Located on West Main Street, Albertville Museum occupies a spot where the city’s first school and church were built in the 1850s. Tours are available for visitors, offering a glimpse into the region’s heritage, with fascinating displays of artifacts and memorabilia.

Wine Taste At Local Wineries: GNH Farm or Jules J. Berta Vineyards and Winery!

Cathedral Caverns State Park: The mysterious cave features beautiful stalagmites, some of which measure up to 45 feet tall. There is a “frozen” waterfall, a stalagmite forest and myriad stone formations to delight and intrigue all visitors.