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Historic Site

Dedicated to Army aviators, whose gallantry and devotion to duty ensure America's freedom.

Historic Site

World's only monument to a pest. Boll weevils devoured two-thirds of Coffee County's 1915 cotton crop, forcing local farmers to diversify and prosper.

Farm

Handcrafted shea butter and goat milk soaps and lotions. Skin-friendly products for men and women. Experience the luxury.

Farmers Market

Come and taste real flavors, support farmers, enjoy the season, and connect with your community! Open every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 7am-11am.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Multipurpose field and sports complex. Lighted walking trails, children's playground area, scenic lake with wooden bridge, picnic table, pavilion, and splash pad.

Outdoor Recreation Site

Also known as Johnny Henderson Park

Museum

Old railroad station contains many artifacts relating to area. Displays include descriptive placards.

Historic Site

Downtown society library of historical and genealogical items, gift shop.

Golf Course

Public welcome. Memberships available. Unparalleled golf, unbelievable living!

Historic Site

The Historic Rawls Hotel, built in 1903, now operates as a bed and breakfast. As well, a restaurant is housed in the hotel, which is located in downtown Enterprise by the train depot and Boll Weevil Monument.

Historic Site

UH-1 helicopter donated by U.S. Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker. Around base is "Walk of Generals" featuring plaques honoring commanding generals of Fort Rucker.