Queenstown Lake, Alabama


Queenstown Lake is located in Jefferson county, Alabama. Find dining and lodging options near Queenstown Lake.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Pine Tree Country Club, Short Course and Valley Course), water sports (Homewood Sporting Goods, Steep & Deep and Touching You),.

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Water Sports:
Homewood Sporting Goods, 2941 18th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35209
Steep & Deep, 1926 29th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35209
Touching You, 1564 Montgomery Highway Suite F, Birmingham, AL 35216

State Parks
Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, Alabama
Weogufka State Forest, Alabama
Rickwood Caverns State Park, Alabama

Fishing Guides and Charters
Southeastern Outfitters, 4512 Jacob Circle, Birmingham 35215
Reeds Guide Service, 1805 28th St, Birmingham 35218

Fishing Regulations and license information
Alabama Fishing Laws and Regulations

Gift Shops
Merlin's Natural Gifts & Jewelry, 1552 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35210
Spencer Gifts, 7580 Crestwood Boulevard Suite 241, Birmingham, AL 35210
Heaven's Gift Shop, 1120 49th Street Ensley, Birmingham, AL 35208

Antique Stores
Quality Packaging, 2520 Crestwood Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35210
Stray Cats, 1717 Crestwood Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35210
Blades Katrina L, 1831 29th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35209

Flea Markets
Tanniehill Flea Market, 1708 Avenue D, Birmingham, AL 35218

Closest Cities
Birmingham, Alabama
Hoover, Alabama
Birmingham, Alabama

Closest Airports
Birmingham International, Alabama

Local Events for Birmingham, AL
Apr 19,2014: An Evening with Elliott Davis
10:00pm: Zydeco.
Apr 19,2014: NCAA Women's Gymnastics: Super 6 (6pm)
4:00pm: BJCC Arena.
Apr 20,2014: NCAA Women's Gymnastics: Individual Event Finals (2pm )
1:00pm: BJCC Arena.
Apr 23,2014: The Zombies
12:00am: The Barking Kudu. The Zombies on 4/23/2014 at Iron City Live

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Map of Queenstown Lake, Alabama


Restaurants in the vicinity
Golden Rule Barbecue of Irondale
Captain D'S Seafood Restaurants
International House of Pancakes
Olive Garden Italian Restaurant
Chick-Fil-A of Century Plaza
Hotels in the vicinity
Best Western Rime Garden Inn A
Birmingham Super 8 Motel
Comfort Inn Birmingham
Comfort Inn Eastwood Mall
Courtyard by Marriott Birmingham

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Current Weather at Queenstown Lake, Alabama


Mostly cloudy

73°F

Mostly cloudy
Humidity: 33%
Wind: NNE at 14 mph

3-day forecast

Sunday
Mostly sunny
54°F / 76°F
Monday
Partly cloudy
60°F / 77°F
Tuesday
Scattered thunderstorms
50°F / 70°F

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