Pine Level Bassmasters
(334) 285-9341 · www.pinelevelbassmasters.com
This Alabama Bass Federation Club that fishes the Alabama area lakes and rivers is constantly searching for new members and encourages everyone (civilian, military, retired military) to come and see what bass fishing in a competitive atmosphere is like. Meets the second Thursday of each month and fishes the following Saturday.
River Region Runners
River Region Runners invites all levels of runners and walkers to join in group runs and events.
Montgomery Bicycle Club
Promotes recreational and competitive cycling in the central Alabama area and seeks to increase bicycle safety and awareness by advocating bicycle-friendly transportation policies in the area. This club meets the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Lagoon Park Softball
Modern equipment, professionally manicured grounds and ample seating are just a few of the features that make Montgomery’s Lagoon Park one of the premiere softball complexes in the United States. Having hosted over 32 ASA National Championship tournaments, they have Men’s, Women’s and Co-ed Leagues.
Golf & Tennis (Public)
Lagoon Park & Tennis
2855 Lagoon Park Drive, Montgomery · (334)240-4051
Featuring 17 tennis courts with lighting and stadium seating for 2,500, it is the Official site for the Blue Gray Junior Classic. It is managed by USTPR Tennis Professionals who provide lessons and manage the fully stocked pro shop. Men’s and women’s round robins and leagues, junior tennis programs and tournaments are held year-round.
O’Connor Tennis Center
500 Anderson Street, Montgomery · (334) 240-4884
Featuring 12 fully lighted courts, it is managed by a USTPR tennis professional who provides lessons and pro shop. Men’s and women’s round robins and leagues, junior tennis programs and tournaments are held year-round.
The Pines Golf Club
307 Deatsville Highway, Millbrook · (334) 285-7529
The 18-hole “Pines” course at The Pines Golf Club facility features 6,318 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 68.5, and it has a slope rating of 113.
Lagoon Park & Golf
2855 Lagoon Park Drive, Montgomery · (334) 240-4050
Lagoon Park is a beautiful, fully manicured 6,773-yard, par-72 championship layout, which has hosted numerous tournaments of national and regional significance. It has also been rated one of the nation’s Top 50 Public Courses by Golf Digest.
Tallapoosa Lakes Golf Course
1501 Dozier Road · (334) 260-4900 · www.tlakesgolf.com
Voted #1 Golf Course by The Montgomery Advertiser’s “Reader’s Choice Awards,” this 36-hole course has over 350 expertly maintained acres filled with local wildlife, tremendous oaks and scenic lakes.
Capitol Hill Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail
2600 Constitution Ave., Prattville
(334) 285-1114 · www.rtjgolf.com
With three distinct championship courses to choose from, each poses its own challenges. The Senator is a traditional
Scottish-style layout with 150 pot-hole bunkers. The Legislator, a more traditional course, plays in and out of pine trees along a bluff. The Judge plays alongside the 200-acre, glistening backwaters of the Alabama River. Take your pick.
Gardens & Outdoor Recreation
Coosa River Adventures
415 Company Street, Wetumpka · (334) 514-0279
Novice to professional paddlers can enjoy a paddle on the Coosa
Blount Cultural Park
6055 Vaughn Rd.
The Shakespeare Garden, one of seven such major gardens in the country, is a 56,700-square-foot garden complex that features plants and flowers, willow arbors, shade trees and garden shrubs. This facility includes a thatched-roof pavilion, public restrooms and a 325-seat Amphitheater.
Jasmine Hill Gardens
3001 Jasmine Hill Rd, Wetumpka
(334) 567-6463 • www.jasminehill.org
“Alabama’s Little Corner of Greece” features over 20 acres of year-round floral beauty and classical sculpture. Open each weekend in 2016.
Alabama Nature Center
3050 Lanark Rd, Millbrook
(334) 285-4550 • www.alabamawildlife.org
The ANC is an outdoor facility offering outdoor-based educational programs and activities for the general public. Spend a Saturday on their hiking trails, book a fishing trip, or rent out a pavilion for your next outdoor gathering. Adventure is out there!