Nearby Shopping, Dining & Attractions
Of course you came to enjoy the lake, but you will love Talladega and it’s surrounding areas for so much more than that! While Clear Creek Cove RV Resort is located “out in the country”, we are still close to many things that this wonderful part of the country has to offer. While you’re here go explore some of these exciting places.
The Back Porch Grill at Clear Creek
The Back Porch Grill at Clear Creek Harbor is now open. The restaurant features the best fried shrimp, oysters and home battered, fresh mushrooms any where in the state!
The Shack BBQ
Some of the best pork BBQ in Alabama. Open until 7 pm daily most days and later on others. A local’s favorite at lunch.
The Cotton Patch
You would never know by just driving by that this gas station kitchen can whip up some of the best Burgers in Alabama!
Talladega Municipal Golf Course
The 18-hole “Talladega” course at the Talladega Municipal Golf Course facility in Talladega, Alabama features 3,061 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36 . Talladega golf course opened in 1950.
Quintard Mall (Oxford, AL, 35.7 miles)
With Dillard’s, JC Penney, Sears, a food court and 65 other great national retailers and specialty shops, at Quintard Mall, you’ll find the best selection of stores under one roof in the area! Plus, we offer a variety of entertainment opportunities including a state of the art movie experience at Amstar Cinemas and a variety of family and children’s specialty events.
Wal-Mart Super Center
Conveniently located in nearby Talladega, this Wal-Mart is open 24 hrs.
Located in Pell City, this Publix is only a 15-16 minute drive from the Resort.
International Motorsports Hall of Fame
The International Motorsports Hall of Fame & Museum is located just north of Talladega, Alabama on Speedway Boulevard, next to the Talladega Superspeedway. Speedway Blvd. parallels I-20 between Exits 168 (from Birmingham) and 173 (from Atlanta), and is accessible from either exit. The Hall of Fame is only 50 miles from Birmingham and 95 miles from Atlanta.
Historic Downtown Court Square & Silk Stocking District
Rediscover Americana downtown the way you remember it. A walking tour is available. Also, built 1836, is home to the oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama. Classic architectural features afford interesting study.
Alabama Institute for Deaf & Blind
The Warren Museum and Archives is a collection of memorabilia and historical data that celebrates AIDB’s past. The Museum was created through a gift from a 1924 ASD alumnus, the late Latham Benaugh Warren, whose ancestors attended AIDB in its earliest days. Original school rolls, minute books, publications of The Messenger, The Alabama Brass, scrapbooks and hundreds of historical photos are carefully preserved for future generations.
The Bryant vineyard is rooted on land which has been in the family since the mid 1800′s. For years the farm was owned and operated by Joseph S. Armbrester, grandfather to the Bryant’s, who found the Coosa Valley ideal for rearing his family and growing cotton as the main crop.
Homestead Farm U-Pick Berries & Vegetables
At Holmestead Farm you can go into our fields and vineyards and pick your own organic berries and fruit or buy it “ready-to-go” at our fruit shed. In season, we offer the finest tasting blackberries, blueberries and grapes in this part of Alabama.
Pell City Civic Center/Lakeside Park/Sports Complex
Pell City has much to offer with events at the Civic Center, Sporting events at the Sports Complex and scenic walking trails at lakeside park.
Kymulga Grist Mill, Park & Covered Bridge
The City of Childersburg, AL acquired the Kymulga Grist Mill and Park in June 2011. It is operated and managed by The Childersburg Historical Preservation Commission as a tourist attraction and venue for recreation, education, events and family fun.
The Historic Ritz Theatre
Talladega’s Ritz Theatre (circa 1936) is considered one of the best surviving examples of the Art Deco mainstreet theatres of the 1930’s.The theatre reopened on February 16, 1998 as the premiere performing arts center of East Central Alabama with a concert by the National Symphony String Quintet.
Talladega Speedway is one of the most famous and popular tracks in NASCAR, due to the amazing races that take place here every year. True NASCAR fans know that getting tickets to a great racetrack in the heart of motorsports country is a sure-fire way to a great time.
Talladega Gran Prix Raceway
If you have ever thought about renting a track here is your chance. Open year around, TGPR is ideal for timing and tuning of motorcycles, go karts, cycling club events and amateur car clubs. A low-key, casual atmosphere makes Talladega a pleasant experience for all.
Barber Motorsports Park (Birmingham, AL, 38.1 miles)
The Barber Motorsports Park is a 740 acre multi-purpose racing facility located on the eastern fringes of Birmingham, Alabama, USA near Leeds. It was built by George Barber, and includes the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum. It has been the site of the IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Alabama since 2010 season.
Top Trails Outdoor Park
A challenging off-road trails for bikes and quads that wind through thousands of acres at the foot of Alabama’s highest point on the old Coosa River/Brecon Annex property. It is breathtaking vistas — an outdoorsman’s dream come true and a place the whole family can enjoy.
Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail
Coldwater Mountain is a 4000 acre tract of land It is a program dedicated to preserving Alabama’s most beautiful land, while expanding the recreational opportunities available to the public and is presently being developed into a world class destination trail system for mountain bikers, trail runners, and hikers.
Dale Jarret Racing Adventure
Experience the thrill of Full Throttle Living behind the wheel of a stock car racecar at NASCAR Champion Dale Jarrett’s Racing Adventure! Whether you’re seeking “full throttle living” for yourself, or looking for the ultimate Racing Gift experience to feed someone else’s need for speed, our Driving Experience will make unforgettable memories with high-speed laps at Talladega Superspeedway, or a variety of other race tracks around the country.
Cheaha State Park
Located in Clay and Cleburne Counties, Cheaha State Park is the pinnacle of natural beauty and awe in Alabama. Surrounded by the Talladega National Forest, this foothill of the Appalachian Mountains holds the reputation of the highest point in Alabama.
De Soto State Park
In the rustic tradition of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Desoto State Park is accented by rushing waterfalls and fragrant wildflowers.