Jasper : Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Jasper

Lewis-Smith Lake & Dam

The first dam at Lewis-Smith Lake was completed in 1961. It has a maximum height of 300 feet and is the largest earthen dam in the eastern United States. The dam was constructed on the Sipsey Fork of the Black Warrior River and is about two thousand feet long.

Jasper Downtown Historic District 

The Jasper Downtown Historic District encompasses the streets surrounding the County Courthouse. In addition, the area includes the Emma’s Museum of Junk. 

The First United Methodist Church

The First United Methodist Church Missouri City aims to make disciples of Jesus Christ. You’ll be welcomed no matter where your faith journey takes you.  

Bankhead National Forest 

This area has plenty of hiking trails, and many of them are family friendly. Whether you are planning on taking a walk or biking, the Bankhead National Forest has the right activity for you 

Natural Bridge Park

The park is close to several other attractions and restaurants, including the Natural Bridge Store. Here, you can learn about local history while enjoying a day in the park. 

Lake Tuscaloosa

In the 1980s, the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division stocked the lake with a number of sport fish, including largemouth bass and redear sunfish. Later, the division stopped stocking striped bass, because of limited recruitment. 

Eagles Point Park 

Eagle Point Park remained mostly undeveloped until 2003. During the holiday season, visitors can celebrate with Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Eagle Point Lodge, which is located inside the park. The jolly couple will appear from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.