Ditto Landing Huntsville Alabama
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In the early 1800's James Ditto established a trading post and ferry across the Tennessee River and what is now known as Ditto Landing. The ferry was used by Andrew Jackson and Davy Crockett, just to do a little name dropping. This was one of the first inland ports and very important to the cotton shipping trade until the advent of the railroads. The area later became known as Whitesburg, named after a salt trader, James White, but Ditto Landing is still the name used and where locals head for a little fun on the water.
Ditto Landing is only 20 minutes south of Downtown Huntsville Alabama off of Hobbs Island Rd. so it is very convenient and a short trip down Memorial Parkway hwy 231. Always something to do at Ditto Landing such as; fishing, swimming water skiing, boating or spend some time just stopping to relax, meditate or have a picnic. Memorial Day and 4th of July are great days to stop to be a part of the holiday festivities. Usually river cruises take place in the fall, don't forget the "Concert in the Park featuring in the past the Rocket City Jazz Orchestra.
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