Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

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Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

Tuscaloosa vacation rentals

College and cultural history abound in Tuscaloosa

Named the most livable town in America in 2011, the city of Tuscaloosa is a great place to make your second home. Whether you’re going to see a Crimson game, learning about the cultural history of the city, or merely enjoying the subtropical climate, your Tuscaloosa vacation rentals will be nearby, allowing you to soak in the city by day and spend exciting nights on the town or comfortable evenings back at home. After your make a trip to Tuscaloosa, you’ll know exactly why everyone in the South flocks to the City of Champions.

Tuscaloosa’s famous college football

Sometimes called Title Town, Tuscaloosa is largely known as the home of the University of Alabama and the Crimson Tide football team. While you’re in the city, it’s a privilege to get to see a game, as well as to tailgate outside the Bryant-Denny Stadium. There are plenty of Tuscaloosa bars and clubs where you can hang with friends, as well as spas, shopping plazas, and a farmer’s market. And if you’re bringing the kids, make sure to check out the ghost tour or the bowling alleys for a day of family fun.

History, culture, and celebration in Tuscaloosa

The Tuscaloosa vacation rentals are in a town with rich Native American history, and many of the Tuscaloosa attractions celebrate the city’s cultural past. Several of the area’s museums focus on the history of the town, and there’s also a children’s museum for your little ones. The Tuscaloosa Museum of Art is also a fascinating stop for a hot day, but if you’re up for sightseeing, make sure you do it from the famous riverboat tour, which offers live music on the weekend. The city also has Native American and arts festivals that people come from all over the state to see.

Tuscaloosa provides seasonal weather in a tropical climate

Tuscaloosa has a humid, subtropical climate, which is heavily influenced by the warm, wet air coming from the Gulf of Mexico. During the spring, summer, and fall, you are likely to experience the sultry Tuscaloosa weather you can expect from a southern town, but in the wintertime, the city’s temperature often hangs around 40 degrees, allowing for flurries and even snow. As such, you can engage in new outdoor activities and see a different side of the climate every time you return to T-Town.

Tuscaloosan rivers and lakes shape the city

There’s no shortage of water around your Tuscaloosa vacation rentals. Lake Tuscaloosa fishing is one of the most popular sports in the state, and you shouldn’t be surprised to see an Alabama spotted bass or 2. The Black Warrior River is also a notable part of the town’s geography and allows for canoeing, waterskiing, swimming, or a pretty place to watch the sunset. Though Tuscaloosa is very urban, it’s still easy to find natural slices of the state in Druid City, so named for the water oaks lining the streets.