Ashville, Alabama

About Ashville

Ashville is a small, quiet town with many amenities of a larger town. It was established in 1822 as the county seat. The courthouse has records, marriage, deed, estate, etc., dating back to the early 1800's. Ashville is located conveniently off of I-59 in St. Clair County.

Historical Sites in Ashville:
Ashville Museum & Archives 205-594-2128
Ashville Masonic Lodge Museum 205-594-2116 by appointment only
Inzer House Museum 205-594-5243 or 205-594-2116 by appointment only
John Looney Pioneer Homestead 205-594-7849 Saturday & Sunday 1pm-5pm


      Inzer House Museum                  John Looney Pioneer Homestead


Things to do:
The City Park has tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, walking trails, and a splash park. 
Greensport Marina, 205-594-7469 which has boating, fishing and picnic area.
Horsepens 40 has unique rock formations and various activities during the year.

Places to Stay:
American Inn & Suites, Ashville, 205-594-7080

Where to eat:
Ashville has a variety of restaurants including Jack’s, Mi Casita, Shaw's Bar-B-Que, Sneaky Pete's, Subway, The Wing Box and Two Sisters Café.  Enjoy a refreshing nutritional drink at Ashville Nutrition. Ice cream lovers should stop by Farm Wife & Co. on the square.  Enjoy some pastries or coffee at The McWatering Hole.  

Where to shop:
Check out our fantastic businesses throughout the City! From small town, family owned shops around the square to corporate chain retail stores, there is a variety to meet your shopping needs.