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Big Spring Park, Huntsville

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Big Spring International Park (also known as Big Spring Park) is located in downtown Huntsville, Alabama. The park is built around its namesake "Big Spring", the original water source that the city of Huntsville was built around. The Huntsville Museum of Art and Von Braun Center are located in the park. The park is also notable as the venue for the Panoply Arts Festival, held the last full weekend in April, Big Spring Jam, an annual music festival held on the fourth weekend in September from 1993 to 2011, and The Battle of the Buffalo, a buffalo wings competition held by the University of Alabama in Huntsville Alpha Tau Omega fraternity to support cancer research.
Big Spring Park is the expected trail head of the future Singing River Trail of North Alabama. A 70-mile bicycling and walking trail, it will connect Huntsville to Madison, Decatur, and Athens with an extended path along the Tennessee River.
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  • This park was absolutely lovely! Enjoyed the nice walking paths and feeding the koi. Beautiful spot in the middle of downtown. Nice to see families playing and people walking and jogging.  more »
  • This is a great park that features a man-made with waterways and fountains. There are huge sidewalks for walkers and riders. The water is filled with fish that swarm to eat the pellets from the...  more »
  • I think Big Spring Park is definitely one of my favorite places to visit on a nice sunny day. You can grab a coffee at a nearby coffee shop and walk around the park or sit and enjoy the nice views. Lots of people run or bike around the park too. Don't forget to bring quarters to feed the fish! Pretty, safe to visit. Walk, eat and feed the ducks. Any time of day or night. Also, great place for kids to hide and hunt painted rocks.
  • This park is beautiful. It's very serene with lots of benches whether for resting or eating lunch. There's a great place to eat called Keegan's Pub connected to the park at the northern side. Especially pretty during Christmas with the many decorations and trees!!

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