Laurie Carleton Park is the city park for Grove Hill. It is a nice little park with a short walking path and a few picnic tables. The park is located near the county courthouse.
Grove Hill has an impressive memorial to those who served in World War 1 located in the intersection in front of the county courthouse.
Grove Hill is also home to the Clarke County Museum. The museum is housed in the Alston-Cobb House, which was built in 1854 by Dr. Lemuel Lovett Alston as a Greek Revival I-house, a vernacular style also known in the South as Plantation Plain. There are several historic structures that have been moved to the site and restored. These structures include the restored office of Judge John Gates Creagh and was built in 1834. There is also a nice veterans memorial on site.
Hours are 12 PM to 4 PM on Monday; 10 AM to 4 PM Tuesday through Friday; and 10 AM to 2 PM pn Saturday. The museum is closed on Sundays. Admission is free.
238 N Jackson St, Grove Hill, AL 36451
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