Dancing Rabbit Golf – Serving Tuscaloosa, AL
After a fantastic day enjoying the Dancing Rabbit Golf Course, be sure to include time to explore and experience all that Tuscaloosa, AL offers. Once the capital of Alabama, Tuscaloosa was home to the first State House, located at 6th Street and 28th Avenue, which is now the site of Capital Park. And as you are undoubtedly aware, it is also the proud home of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. Please feel free to roll into this fair city to enjoy all of the hospitality, excitement, and fun that you would expect in a classic southern community.
City Adventures In Tuscaloosa AL
Tuscaloosa offers many opportunities to enjoy southern hospitality and small-town charm, along with all of the experiences of the fifth largest city in Alabama. Our downtown streets are lined with an abundance of water oaks, making it a great place to take a stroll and dine after a round of golf. Other venues that you will want to add to your agenda include:
- Alabama Museum of Natural History
- Westervelt Warner Museum of American Art
- Bama Theater
- Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra
Tuscaloosa AL Outdoors
To enjoy Tuscaloosa’s beautiful climate, check out some of the many parks and outdoor venues during your visit. Many local parks and activity centers are operated by the Tuscaloosa County Parks and Recreation Authority, PARA, which is heavily involved in work therapy programs with the local VA. Some of the features that you will not want to miss include:
- The University of Alabama Arboretum
- Veterans Memorial Park
- The Tuscaloosa River Walk
- Monnish Park
- Kaulton Park
In addition to the beautiful permanent features, the city welcomes a variety of festivals each year. Some of the highlights include:
- Weindorf Festival focusing on German culture and features authentic food, beverages, singing, and dancing.
- Kentuck Festival of Arts brings artists from across the country to provide demonstrations on everything from blacksmithing and furniture making to quilting and potting.
- Moundville Native American Festival occurs at the Moundville Archaeological Park and features Native American artists, craftspeople, and musicians.
- Dickens Downtown is a trip back to the Victorian age to experience the true meaning of Christmas. Characters and props turn the downtown area into a scene from “A Christmas Carol” for all to enjoy.
At just over 200 years old, Tuscaloosa offers something for everyone to experience and enjoy. Whether you are visiting Dancing Rabbit Golf Club for a stay at the resort, an event, or simply to play a round on the Oaks or Azalea course, be sure to take the time to visit and experience all of the southern charm or Tuscaloosa.
Finding Dancing Rabbit Golf Course
From Tuscaloosa, Dancing Rabbit is just a little over two hours west and slightly south. Take I-20 west to AL-39 south in Greene County. As you near the 21-mile point, take AL-17 north in Sumter County. Finally, take MS-16 east to 13541 MS-16, Philadelphia, MS 39350. We look forward to welcoming you to the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club.