• <span>New fishing</span>  opportunities to anglers

    New fishing opportunities to anglers

  • <span>Best Place</span>  to view the scenery

    Best Place to view the scenery

  • <span>A Great Place</span>  to relax

    A Great Place to relax

Welcome to Cherokee County

Welcome to Cherokee County, Alabama. Located in Northeast Alabama and home to beautiful Weiss Lake - where one can find some of the world's best fishing and most spectacular views. Cherokee County is the crown jewel of Northeast Alabama!

Cherokee County was created by the Alabama legislature on January 9, 1836. It was named for the Cherokee Indians, who ceded the land that now comprises the county to the Federal government by the Treaty of New Echota, December 29, 1835. Cherokee County is located in the northeastern portion of the state, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Cherokee County encompasses 553 square miles. It is bordered on the north by DeKalb County, on the west by Etowah County, on the south by Calhoun and Cleburne, and the east by Chattooga and Floyd Counties, GA.

 


  

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  • Commerce Northeast Alabama

    Centrally located in the ABC Triangle of Atlanta, Birmingham and Chattanooga. Come see what Cherokee County can offer you.

  • Sport fishing

    Looking for some world class fishing. Look no further!  Come visit us today.

    • Crappie and Sunfish
    • Bass (Large, Redeye, Spotted)
    • Rainbow Trout
    • Catfish

     

  • AlertsCode Red Alert

    The CodeRED Emergency Notification System is a fast communication service allowing Cherokee County to notify citizens of an emergency situation. This service is free to all Cherokee County residents and businesses. Click to find out more.

  • Adventure Rock Village

    Looking for a fun family adventure?

    • Cherokee Rock Village is a 200-acre public park
    • Home to Native Americans from 8000 BC until 1838