Cave Spring, named after the cave with natural spring, is a small town who early on became a hub for education.
The Antique Mall is combined with a greenhouse and both together create a unique Charlestonian ambience.
"The Peddler" antique shop in downtown Cave Spring invites you to browse for gifts and serves as a hub of information of the town.
Descendents of the Chubb Family who, in the 1800's established a black settlement on the outskirts of Cave Spring that included a grist mill, blacksmith and other necessary services , still live there. Nick Chubb, as the Bulldogs know their beloved tailback is a direct descendent of the founders.
The Square is the lively center of downtown, lined by several restaurants and shops and bordered by the big gem of the town: Rolater Park.
The old buildings have been remodeled and restored and are now occupied by the City of Cave Spring's Mayor's Office, administration and Police.
Listed as a National Trail of Tears site, the Cherokee Van Cabin stands at its original location on the Cave Spring square. Built in 1810 it is the oldest verifiable building in Cave Spring. The cabin was recently restored and is open daily to visitors.
The mountains are not far as can be seen from the pictures the drone took. One hour to the northeast Alabama mountains, Little River Canyon and other wilderness areas.
The annual 4th of July Parade is sponsored by the town's Activities Committeee and everyone participates.
We have a new coffee shop in downtown on Alabama St. Longer hours and fresh-baked goods coming soon.
The mission of the center is to empower individuals with disabilities to achieve personal independence and employment succes
Grocery Store. Best USDA Meats, cut in store. Fresh Produce.