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Hwy 25 to "29 Dreams"

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 18 miles / 29.0 km
  • Ride Time: < 1 hour
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $1.37
  • State: Alabama
Submitted by:
ubername635

Hwy 29 is a great route with some tight twisties and good scenery. Travels up and down a large ridge with some great scenery. At the bottom of the climb is motorcycle resort '29 Dreams' which is a great place to pause and share stories, they even have outdoor live music occasionally. Very nice!Hazards - Many homes directly off this route so watch for slow traffic, animals.The road itself is in pretty good shape, there are potholes in the middle of some tight turns, so don't go crazy if its a blind turn.

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Previous Comments from other Riders:

gjordan8981 says:

Great ride with lots of curves and hills. Roads are in good shape. Cafe Firenze 25 at the end of the ride is a nice place to gather and hang out. Owners seem to be good people and are there if the doors are open.
Tue Sep 17, 2013 at 9:36 PM

mandalu7 says:

This location is now under NEW OWNERSHIP. It is now Cafe Firenze on 25. They have updated the cabins with fireplaces, flatscreen t.v.s, dvd rental etc. Small Cabins but comfy. Their menu is big for the restaurant and food is great. Also they do have live music and the new owners are local, family oriented, etc..super nice people. He owns 2 other bars so he knows what hes doin. Also think theyre gonna be opening up the repair shop, bike wash, leather shop and all that. Yall should stop by their. Its worth a ride for sure....
Sun Jan 27, 2013 at 12:48 AM

bshpilot says:

on 7/26/10 i write: looks like the owner got what was comin' to him... http://www.29dreams.com/ 29 dreams is out of business May 25, 2010 As of May 25th, 2010, we have ceased operations and filed for bankruptcy. We are completely out of business and bank owned.
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:10 AM

kick01 says:

This a great short ride with nice turns and views. The 29 Dreams Resort that shutdown has reopened under new ownership. It is now Courtyard bar and Grill. A very nice place. Still has the cabins and music on the weekends and the food is pretty good too. The new owners seem to be a little more “cage” friendly as before cars were not allowed.
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM

redracer says:

Good route, but the county government machine is letting the road turn into crap with zero money for maintenance and repair. Too bad. As for the previous comment, I have to say that the reply from the owner of 29 Dreams was very unprofessional and representative of proof that the person filing the complaints was probably in the right in doing so. You don't go after any customer or consumer, good or bad, with personal attacks on character, maturity, etc. The owner of the camp made himself look like the fool and an imbecile by making the snide and uncalled for and very unprofessional remarks and comments. Too bad for him. Would definitely keep me from ever patronizing his "business", no doubt. Thanks for posting your original letter and his reply. JD
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM

RonL says:

The ride is nice but it is Hwy 25 not hwy.29. We were not impressed with 29 dreams as the following suggests and the owners response in blue: To say we were disappointed with your accommodations may be futile but we are again asking that you refund us in the amount of $83.25. We were never told there was no indoor plumbing or even a television in the cabin. We consider this camping not "splendid comfort" as portrayed on your web page. We did not use nor did we receive any services through 29 Dreams. We contend that we were misrepresented and found the accommodations to be unsatisfactory. We are asking once again that a refund be given promptly or we will be left with no choice except to begin chargeback proceedings with our credit card company. Respectfully, The reply: Thank you for your June 29th, 2009 email. Congratulations on your new marriage as well. I remember your visit, short for sure, but I do remember your visit. Shannon has been patient with your request as have the rest of the staff here at 29 Dreams. We have over 1000 people that stay at 29 Dreams, most on a regular basis. So we’re sorry 29 Dreams accommodations were just not up to your standards. You were informed of the policies/procedures, and amenities when you made the reservations to stay at 29 Dreams. Specifically meaning there will be no refunds to you for anything. You must still be growing up. That’s ok though, you will learn that lack of planning and research on your part, does not constitute a failure of any kind on our part. All private clubs deal with unreasonable potential members that hold themselves blameless for any and all things not perfect to them. Basically you are a good example of a potential member that can never be satisfied. I hope one day you find some peace. Please do not apply for membership here at 29 Dreams. We have a minimum standard; you would not make the cut. Please read the following and if you still want to pursue chargeback options that are available to you with your credit card company, please do. Your credit card company will tell you the same thing I am telling you. http://29dreams.com/Camping_Pricing.html http://29dreams.com/campingpoliciesandprocedures.html http://29dreams.com/campingrulesandregulations.html Tim Langley
Fri Jan 11, 2013 at 9:09 AM






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