Six Places To Watch The Sunrise In Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa is home to beautiful river banks, beautiful trophies and beautiful people but nothing is more stunning then seeing the sun rise over the city.
Here are ten places to add to your bucket list of places to catch an early morning sunrise. Some areas may require authorization so be sure to check before loading up your camera equipment!
I can vouch for this location as a premium spot to watch the sun peek above Tuscaloosa's treeline! Pull into Manderson Landing and walk out to the peer.
Many 'Bama fans have seen the sun set from Bryant Denny but I wonder how many have seen it rise?
Adding this to my bucket list!
Perched atop Skyland Boulevard, the parking lot of Woods & Water has provided a front seat to many eyewitnesses for severe weather events but I bet seeing the sunrise would be amazing.
Pick any spot along state Route 216 which begins in eastern Tuscaloosa at University Boulevard and Veterans' Memorial Drive.
HWY 216 crosses over Interstate 20/59, U.S. Highway 11 and State Route 5 in Bucksville, just short of the Tuscaloosa-Jefferson county line.
Moundville Archaeological Park sits along the banks of the Black Warrior River in Hale County, near the city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Lake Nicol is an easily accessible, well-maintained, and popular wooded park on a substantial lake.
In addition to attracting eager bird watchers, the pier also promises beautiful mornings.