Rogersville, Alabama

Rogersville, AL Real Estate, Rogersville Area and Community Information


Rogersville, Alabama, is a Lauderdale County community with a population of about 1,200 individuals. It lies just to the north of the Tennessee River and just to the east of the community of Muscle Shoals. Residents enjoy many the many recreational and music opportunities offered by north Alabama.

History

The community was first called "Rodgersville" because Andrew and Patience Rodgers came to live here on 80 acres that they purchased in 1818. The land on which they lived is now the downtown district. When the post office was opened in 1825, the "d" was dropped from the name. Rogersville quickly grew as a trading center between Memphis and Chattanooga in the mid-19th century.

Parks and Recreation

Those that own Rogersville AL homes have the many resources of the 2,550-acre Joe Wheeler State Park to enjoy. Fishing, boating, jet skiing, and water skiing are among the water-based activities possible at this state park. The park sits along the shores of a 67,000-acre reservoir operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, and it includes a full-featured marina. There are paddleboard and kayak rentals offered at the park. Hiking trails and mountain biking trails are also found within the park's boundaries. Wheeler Lake is one of five lakes that are a part of the Alabama Bass Trail.

Attractions and Activities

Just to the west of Rogersville is the Joe Wheeler Golf Course. This 18-hole championship layout measures a prodigious 7,251 yards from the back tees. This public course features multiple tee sets to address every skill level. Deep bunkers, water hazards and tree-lined fairways offer endless challenges on this picturesque layout.

Events

The Rogersville Bluegrass Festival has been a major music event for over a decade. The festival includes the Alabama Bluegrass Music Championship. Musicians compete in mandolin, dobro, guitar and banjo competitions. There's a great deal of jamming and camaraderie throughout the course of the mid-July festival.

Amidst the dozens of homes for sale in Rogersville, the prospective Rogersville home buyer will find some Rogersville properties that are right on the water. There are also Rogersville homes for sale that can serve as perfect starter homes for young families. Some Rogersville AL real estate consists of ranch-style Rogersville homes built in the 1970s and 1980s.

Other residential Rogersville real estate is newer, with modern amenities like multi-car garages, brick exteriors, deluxe kitchens and energy-efficient systems. For real insight into the best real estate in Rogersville, consult with Mike Randall, a local Rogersville real estate agent. Mike Randall can match your desires with appropriate homes that are on the market.
Mike Randall
Mike Randall
REALTOR, CRS