Talladega County Area Attractions
|Cheaha State Park|
At 2,407 feet above sea level, Cheaha Mountain is the highest point in Alabama. This 2,799-acre mountaintop retreat provides breathtaking scenery year-round.
|DeSoto Caverns Park|
Resting at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, DeSoto Caverns Park offers a unique destination for those seeking a fun and educational experience.
|Motor Sports Hall of Fame|
One of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame's highlight features is the Motorsports Museum. Spanning three buildings and the enclosed courtyard, this collection of history making vehicles is priceless.
|Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center|
Shocco is a conference center for religious organizations and nonprofits for groups of 2 to 1,400.
Talladega Superspeedway is the biggest, fastest, most competitive motorsports facility in the world. Records for both speed and competition have been established at Talladega.
|Talladega Walk of Fame|
The Davey Allison Memorial-Walk of Fame is a beautiful landscaped park that covers one full city block downtown Talladega, Alabama. Dedicated during the summer of 1994, the memorial is open 365 days a year with free admission.
Top Trails is 2,800 acres being developed for off highway vehicle trails, equestrian trails, camping, archery and a zip line.
|Silk Stocking District|
The city was incorporated in 1834 and public sale of lots began. Talladega rapidly became a center of political and commercial activity and by 1850 was the trading center of a five county area.
|Heritage Hall Museum|
Heritage Hall, located in the heart of Talladega's historic Silk Stocking District, has been open to the public since 1983. Housed in the former Jemison-Carnegie Public Library building originally built in 1908, Heritage Hall is outfitted as a state-of-the-art exhibition space and historical archive.
Travel light. Take your canteen (full of water), your lunch and your camera.