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Sylacauga lies on the southwestern edge of the Talladega National Forest and is just 30 minutes away from the eponymous city of Talladega. In addition to the amenities of civilization, homes for rent in Sylacauga are close to the towering trees and explorable wilderness of the nearby forest.

Fun Facts About Sylacauga

  • The earliest reference to Sylacauga was found in the documents of Fernando DeSoto of 1540. More than 200 years later, in 1759, French files on the territory noted that Sylacauga was inhabited by Shawnee Indian warriors.
  • Sylacauga is built on a marble deposit that's exceptionally white and solid, leading it to acquire the nickname "The Marble City."
  • The city takes its name from two Native American terms, "Chalaka-ge," which together signify "the place of the Chalaka tribe." In 1838, Sylacauga was incorporated as "Syllacoga" and retained this title until it took on its current name in 1887.

Helpful Sylacauga Resources

  • Extensive information on the many aspects of Sylacauga, from city government to museums, can be found on the municipality's official website.
  • The Sylacauga City Schools Web page hosts tools for both parents and students enrolled in area educational institutions.
  • To peruse a calendar of local events or explore business and employment opportunities, residents can check out the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce website.

Things to Do in Sylacauga

One thing Sylacauga renters will want to take advantage of is the enormous green space in their backyard, the Talladega National Forest. There are several camping areas in the forest, including Turnipseed Camp, reputed for its fall colors. There's no shortage of paths for hikers to roam, thanks to multiple trails running throughout the park. The longest, Pinhoti Trail, has more than 100 miles to explore, while other routes range from 2 to 6 miles in length. For a taste of culture, residents can visit the Comer Museum & Arts Center, which hosts a variety of exhibitions and events.