Our Community

On the banks of Weiss Lake rest the County of Cherokee nestled in the foothills of the southern Appalachian mountains of northeast Alabama, our county offers small town characteristics, a friendly atmosphere and a natural beauty that is rarely found any where else. In fact, our residents enjoy the conveniences of larger surrounding cities with advantages that only a small town can provide. Come for a visit you’ll discover Cherokee is more than just a summer place.

The focal of our community is Weiss Lake, locally proclaimed “Crappie Capitol of the World”. The lake occupies 30,200 acres, has 447 miles of shoreline with shallow flats, under water drop-offs, deep river channels and vast coves. A distinctive backdrop to Weiss Lake is, Little River Canyon National Preserve, a true natural wonder offering world class rapids, impressive waterfalls, alluring caves and breathtaking mountain vistas. And, the beautiful uncharacteristic rock formations of historical Cherokee Rock Village with a rock climbing maze of passages and pathways stunningly overlook Cherokee County. Just to the west of Weiss Lake is picturesque Yellow Creek Falls with its incredible 100′ drop, and to the south tranquil waters of Terrapin Creek, a terrific rocky bottomed stream habitat to several species of Bass, just swift enough to keep it interesting.

Our Community… what a gift!

Weiss Lake Waterfront Property

Lake Weiss Living… the lifestyle you always imagined closer than you ever thought.
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