Title: 100 Things to Do in Auburn, Alabama, Before You Die
Author: Connie Pearson
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Auburn University Men’s Basketball Coach Bruce Pearl accurately dubbed Auburn as “an everything school,” because the sports scene has gone far beyond football. Auburn athletes excel in basketball, baseball, gymnastics, volleyball, equestrian events, swimming, and much more. The towns of Auburn and Opelika along with all of Lee County can make the same claim. They, too, are “everything” destinations. 100 Things to Do in Auburn, Alabama, Before You Die shares the best places to eat, explore the outdoors, take in a sporting or cultural event, shop, or learn something new.
Sip lemonade at Toomer’s Drugs or sample authentic Chinese cuisine at the Irritable Bao. Stroll the grounds of the Botanic, and see how they combine horticulture with farm-to-table dining. Catch a show at incredible performing arts centers, and time your visit for festivals like Syrup Soppin’ Day in Loachapoka. Play a round on an acclaimed golf course, go mountain biking at a beautiful state park, or try putt-putt and beach volleyball.
The opportunities for fun are endless in Auburn, and proud Auburn graduate and prolific travel writer Connie Collier Pearson knows what she’s talking about. 100 Things to Do in Auburn, Alabama, Before You Die walks readers through some of the best things in Auburn, offering suggestions even in-state rival fans can read with pleasure.