Oneonta Business Directory

Oneonta is a charming city in Alabama. It is the county seat of Blount County and is located in the northeastern part of the state. The city has a rich history, and there are plenty of places to explore and learn about the area's past.

One of the most popular attractions in Oneonta is the Covered Bridge Park, which features a beautiful covered bridge that spans across the river. The park also has picnic areas, playgrounds, and walking trails that offer stunning views of the surrounding nature.

For those interested in history, the Blount County Memorial Museum showcases exhibits that highlight the area's history and culture, from Native American artifacts to Civil War memorabilia.

For outdoor activities, you can head to the Palisades Park, which is a 1000-acre nature preserve that offers hiking trails, fishing, and camping opportunities. You can also visit the Highland Lake Golf Course, which is a scenic 18-hole golf course that offers a challenging game for golf enthusiasts.

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City of Oneonta

202 Third Avenue East

Oneonta, AL 35121


EJ's + Boutique

229 First Ave East

Oneonta, AL 35121


M.P. Dawson's Mercantile

213 First Ave East

Oneonta, AL 35121

(205) 274-1935

The Southern Haberdashery & Provisions Co.

214 1st Ave E

Oneonta, AL 35121-1734

(205) 274-2936
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