Tannehill Trade Days are back this weekend! Tannehill State Park, located at 12632 Confederate Parkway in McCalla, hosts Tannehill Trade Days on the third weekend of each month.
Tannehill hosts vendors from all over the state and offers an outdoor shopping experience for everyone ready to enjoy the cooler weather.
If you enjoy camping, Trade Day weekends are fun dates to book a campsite. Be sure to book in advance. These dates are popular!
Although there isn’t a requirement for masks, they are encouraged for anyone who feels more comfortable wearing them. Social distancing is also encouraged.
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Just a short ride from Birmingham gets you to Tannehill State Park in McCalla, Alabama, home of more than 1500 acres for outdoor recreation, including hiking trails and a campground.
Tannehill is also home to the Iron and Steel Museum, displaying artifacts from the history of iron-making dating back to the Civil War when Alabama was known as the Arsenal of the Confederacy. Don’t miss the Pioneer Farm where re-enactors demonstrate life in the pioneer days or the Craft Cabins where artisans bring their wares (check dates).
Tannehill State Park is home to over 45 buildings from the 1800s including Tannehill furnaces, The May Plantation Gin House, the John Wesley Hall Grist Mill, and the John Scott Young Country Store.
HOURS AND ADMISSION INFO
Open 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset
The Visitor Center is open daily from 10 AM to 4 PM
Adults (ages 12 and up) $5
Seniors (ages 62 and up) $4
Children (Ages 6-11) $3
FREE ADMISSION for ages 5 and under
Annual Individual Pass:
$50 Adults (ages 12-61)
$40 Seniors (ages 62 and older)
$30 Children (ages 6-11)
ages 5 and under free