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Eufaula Travel Guide  

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Eufaula can be referred to as a city located in ‘Barbour County, Alabama, US’. As per US Census Bureau, the area on the whole is 190.3 sq. Km; out of which 153.9 sq. Km is land and 36.4 sq. Km is water. Eufaula goes on to sit on reservoir known as ‘Walter F George Lake’. Locals call it ‘Lake Eufaula’. In the 18th century, a site was discovered along ‘Chattahoochee River’; which is called Eufaula today.

Once upon a time, this place was taken by 3 Creek Indian nomads of Muscogee Nation. The ones who had a dominating nature and were most open with regards to contacting whites were names ‘Eufaulas’. In the year 1823, various families from Georgia, in search of fertile agricultural land, went on to establish a white settlement on the permanent basis on this area’s high bluffs; thereby having adopted the name of the Creek Village.

Area code:
0334
Time zone:
UTC+-6
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Reviews Eufaula

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Eufaula National Wildlife RefugeEufaula National Wildlife Refuge, located on the northern side of Eufaula, can be referred to as one of the habitats for waterfowl and many other birds. Around 280 species have been found. They include bald eagle, American... more alligator, wood stork, and bald eagle. Tourists can go on and enjoy observation towers and nature trails for wildlife observation and bird watching.Fendall HallThe completion of Fendall Hall took place in the year 1860 by ‘Edward Young’. Moreover, it has been home for 5 generations of ‘Young family’. Highlights of the house include hand-painted murals, ‘Italian Marble Fireplaces’, and ‘Marble Entrance Floor’. Period furnishings which’re original as far as Fendall Hall is concerned are on the display. So, those craving for originality would have a great time over here.TimingsFendall Hall remains closed on Wednesdays and Sundays. On the other days, it opens at 10:00 and closes at 12:00. Then it again opens at 13:00 and closes at 16:00.
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