Just 19 miles from the Eufaula House, Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon” is a very popular attraction for Eufaula House guests. Offering over 10 miles of hiking trails, this is a favorite destination for hikers.
The Eufaula House, through an exclusive agreement with the Eufaula Country Club, is now offering golf, tennis, and dining to our guests! Simply let us know so we can call and reserve your time. Golf cart fees and dinner tabs are paid directly to the Eufaula Country Club by the guests.
An Italianate style historic house museum built between 1856 and 1860. It is only a half mile up the road from the Eufaula House and is open for tours Monday - Saturday from 10 AM until 4 PM CST.
A classical Greek Revival style historic house museum built in 1884. It is a half mile from the Eufaula House and is open for tours Monday - Saturday from 10 AM until 4 PM CST.
A beautiful setting on Lake Eufaula with hiking trails, off road vehicle trails, pontoon boat rentals, boat launches and dining. There is also a popular wildlife refuge on the park grounds. The park is seven miles from the Eufaula House.
Eufaula is the Bass Fishing Capital of the World! Bringing your own boat? Please call the Eufaula House prior to arrival to make sure your boat can be accommodated. Only room here to park one boat at a time and it is first come first serve so please call ahead.
Four to eight hour guided fishing expeditions are available for those either wanting a first time experience or for those looking to hone their skills with an experienced professional.
Spend a day perusing through the unique shops on Broad Street. No doubt you will find some treasures that you can not live without! Then enjoy a relaxing lunch and glass of wine with outside street side dining.
Typically the last weekend in March, Eufaula hosts the oldest tour of historical homes in Alabama. With over 700 structures listed on the National Register, Pilgrimage offers the opportunity to tour some of these homes, as well as enjoy concerts, art shows and much more.