Seven Springs

Located in northwest Alabama at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Seven Springs Lodge offers guests a chance to just relax. Guests can take advantage of 20,000 plus acres of picturesque natural woodland. No matter if you are a horse rider or just like to take a stroll through the woods, there is always a trail for you. These trails cater to the experienced and beginners alike. While exploring, guests can find things such as regional historical sites to Native Indian shelters. One of the shelters housed the oldest Indian burial remains found in Alabama dating back 8000 years. To see a map of the trails please see the attached map.

On the property is the unique Rattlesnake Saloon.

Campsites, cabins, and renovated silos for rent on site.

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Latitude: 34.5811 Longitude: -87.9516 Elevation: 666 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Angie Pierce

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Trail Rules and Restrictions

All dogs must be on a leash and are not allowed on trails.

All horses must have proof of Coggins Test before allowed on trail.

Parking and Horse Unloading Facilities

For the comfort and containment of your horse(s), we offer several options to choose from. You can choose one of the 153 stalls located next to the lodge. Also, if your group wants to place some of the horses together, we have small pins to keep them in. If you are one that likes to keep them close to your trailer, just ask and you will be placed so that you have a little extra room.

Trail fee:

$5.00 per day...this does not include horses.

 

Stalls:

$3.00 per day...picket

$5.00 per day...uncovered

$8.00 per day...covered

Guided rides are offered upon request.

Horse Rentals:

2 hour horse rentals are provided by Jimmy Ressler.

You must be 11 years of age or older.

Reservations must be made at least a day in advance.

For more information please call the office:

256.370.7218 ask for Ms Tee Tee

*note: There is a $25 deposit per horse at the time of reservation.

Pet Friendly Notes

All dogs must be on a leash and are not allowed on trails.

How to Get There

From Interstate 65

Turn onto US-72 W
Turn left onto AL-101 S
Continue on US-72 ALT W to Colbert County
Turn left on to  AL-247 S. Turn right on to Mt Mills Rd

Property will be on the right.

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