SN: 115076 - 2020 / Y1522
Literary Capital of Alabama
Year Round Walk
City of Monroeville Police Station
From Wed, Jan 1st to Thu, Dec 31st
Open from Walk during daylight hours only.
Little Free Libraries
Rockin' Around the Clock
Walking the USA A - Z
Daily-Dawn to Dusk. The trail tours the town where Harper Lee lived and wrote the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" and where Truman Capote spent his teenage years. See the Court House, jail and other buildings which were an inspiration to Harper Lee and were used in the book and movie. Enjoy the delightful wall murals along the route. Tour the cemetery where the Lees and relatives of Capote are buried. Walk through quiet, peaceful neighborhoods and along a pleasant lake and park.
Distance: 5/10km, Rating: 2A
Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only
Driving to the start box
57 S Mt Pleasant. I-65, exit 93 W to Monroeville on US 84. Approx 20 miles, at intersection with AL 21, turn right on AL 21. Follow AL 21 to town (do not take by-pass) to Hines. Left on Hines, then right on Mt Pleasant.
Capital City Wanderers
Event website: www.capitalcitywanderers.homestead.com