Horseshoe Bend Park
In March 1814, General Jackson’s army left Fort Williams on the Coosa, cut a 52-mile trail through the forest in three days, and on the 26th made camp six miles north of Horseshoe Bend. This eventually led to a treaty between the United States and the Creek Nation was signed at Fort Jackson near the present day city of Wetumpka, Alabama in August 1814. The Treaty of Fort Jackson ended the conflict and required the Creeks to cede 23 million acres of land to the United States. The state of Alabama was carved out of this domain and admitted to the Union in 1819.In 1828, partly as a result of his fame from the battles of Horseshoe Bend and New Orleans, Andrew Jackson was elected the seventh President of the United States.
Address: 11288 Horseshoe Bend Rd Daviston, AL 36256
Phone Number: 256-234-7111
Sunday-Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm