Road Trips and BBQ were made for each other. Folks in the south are known for cooking up some of the best BBQ on the planet. The passion and pride of Southern pit-masters rival that of any NASCAR or college football fan. In the Bible Belt, there are just about as many BBQ joints as there are churches and just as many different styles of BBQ as there are religious denominations. Whenever you are road tripping through the south, you’re sure to find something to your liking. Here are 10 iconic, can’t-miss BBQ joints we’ve encountered that are worth the detour. You’ll be in hog heaven!
The picturesque waterfront destination that is Gulf Shores, Alabama is the perfect place for your next getaway vacation if the sound of stunning sands, crystal clear water, and numerous attractions is music to your ears. Whether you want to lounge along the Gulf Coast or set out on an adventure full of recreational pursuits, Gulf Shores has everything you need for a memorable and exciting retreat.
For 75 million NASCAR fans, Talladega Superspeedway is the transcendent track, the mother lode of racing lore and legend. At this 143,000-capacity motorhead mecca, located on close to 3,000 acres just outside Birmingham, spectators have witnessed some of the fastest recorded racing speeds on the planet.
Montgomery is the capital of the State of Alabama. The City was founded in 1819 following the merger of two towns, but only achieved capital status twenty-seven years later. In addition to being home to many government buildings, Montgomery is also host to several universities and colleges, many high-end manufacturers, and a large military contingent …
Mention the words “Great Golf Courses” and automatically the first thing which quickly comes to mind is an image of the largest and the most successful of all golf course undertakings ever designed in the entire world – that of the Robert Trent Jones golf trail. In the late 1980 s, two very major ideas …
Mobile Bay is where modern development meets Gulf Coast living. It’s a relaxing lifestyle steeped in history, festivals, fresh seafood, and deeply connected to the outdoors and the Gulf of Mexico.