Bel Alton Motel
Locally owned and operated. Quiet, clean, comfortable rooms, WiFi, direct-dial telephones, satellite TV, large outdoor pool, microwaves, refrigerators and picnic area with grills.
Rich Hill is the historic home that once belonged to Samuel Cox, the southern sympathizer that sheltered Lincoln's assassin John Wilkes Booth and accomplice David Herold from June 26-28, 1863.
Built in 1768, the furnace produced goods for the Revolutionary War, relying on the labor of both enslaved and free blacks. National Register of Historic Places.