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There are numerous attractions  within 30 minutes or less of Lincoln.

Talladega Speedway

Talladega Superspeedway On the southern edge of Lincoln is the largest, fastest most competitive superspeedway in the world. Attendance for each race is generally over 200,000.

Cheaha Mountain, Alabama State Park

Located approximately thirty minutes away is Cheaha State Park. At 2,407 feet, Cheaha Mountain is the highest point in the State of Alabama.

Coosa River, Lake Logan Martin

The Coosa River and Lake Logan Martin is a great recreational lake with many beautiful waterfront homes. The lake teems with bass, catfish, crappie, bream, white bass, and stripe. Bring your heavy tackle if you are going after stripe.

International Motorsports Hall Of Fame

On the southern edge of Lincoln is the Motorsports Hall of Fame. This museum holds over 150 vehicles at a value of more than $25 million dollars.

Anniston Museum

The Anniston Museum of Natural History and Berman Museum offers great family entertainment.

Desota Caverns

If you like caves you will love DeSota Caverns at Childersburg. This is one of the largest caves in Alabama.

Noccalula Falls

Probably one of the most beautiful water falls in Gadsden, Alabama.

Horseshoe Bend National Park

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park is some one hours drive south of the city, near Alexander City.

Barber Motor Sports Park

The Barber Motor Sports Park in Leeds is likely the largest motorcycle museums in the world. This facility is a modern building holding almost every motorcycle one can imagine. Adjacent to the museum is the 2.38 miles long track.


Montgomery is less than a two- hour drive from the city. The state capital is open to the public and is well worth the trip to see. A gold star marks the spot on the capital steps where Jefferson Davis took the oath of office as President of the Confederacy. Across the street from the capital is the Archives and History Museum. This is a wonderful museum where you could spend a whole day viewing the exhibits. There are many other museums and sites in the city worth you while, the Hank Williams Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Dexter Avenue King Baptist Memorial Church, and the Zoo.


Birmingham is some 45 minutes away on Interstate 20. With so many attractions and things to do, listed are a few;  the Civil Rights Museum, Vulcan,  Rickwood Field (America’s Oldest Baseball Park), Botanical Gardens and Zoo.


Atlanta is two hours to the east.   Atlanta offers a lot of activities. In particular if you visit Atlanta there are two stops you must make over all others,  The Varsity and the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum.