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Shopping, dining, arts and entertainment abound in the downtown area of Andalusia surrounding historic Court Square.
In Conecuh National Forest is the Blue Lake Recreation Area. It offers fishing, picnicking, swimming, a beach and hiking.
Day-use area with picnic facilities. Boat launch, boating, swimming, fishing.
Day use park on Point A Lake, with a picnic area, swimming area, boat ramps and restrooms.
Whatever your pleasure, you can find it here at Magnolia Branch. Activities include camping, hiking, biking, birdwatching, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, riding on our horse trails, zip lining, blobbing and an array of fun ways to stay active. Or just relax and enjoy the sandy beaches and listen to sounds of nature.
Over 1,600 bingo games, buffet, cooking studio, spa, pool. 2,500-seat amphitheater, 236 rooms, free parking, full security, full handicap access, age 21.
Select from range of products by Natural Decorations, Inc., the provider of finest floral and botanical reproductions in the world.
Featuring the natural and cultural history of Escambia County, Alabama and houses the Research Center for the Escambia County Historical Society, called the "Alabama Room."
A non-profit adjunct of Jefferson Davis Community College, the facility collects, preserves and exhibits natural and cultural materials of this area for education and general enrichment.
This historical landmark and old homestead features an 1887 log cabin, an old store and nature trails. A gristmill that generated electricity for the community once stood on the property but was destroyed by fire.
Rural homestead typical of 1800 and 1900s-era. Allows children of all ages to experience pioneer living, including wash day, milking cows, raising chickens, etc.
Conecuh hickory-smoked products began back in 1947 and include smoked sausage, ham, bacon and turkey. Their processing plant in Evergreen has a gift shop offering all of the Conecuh Sausage products, plus unique gift items, home decor and hunting accessories.
Historic Evergreen Train Depot
Hands-on science center on 20 acres of wetlands. Interpretive Wildlife Center, Wetland Trail/Boardwalk, gardens, butterfly/honeybee exhibits, touch tank. Live exhibits. Gift shop. Museum Room. Butterfly House.
Canoe rental with ferry service to beginning point, fishing and outdoor photography. Guided turkey and duck hunting.
Six antiques stores in two-block radius, full-service restaurants, two B&Bs, state's largest natural lake plus many other attractions. A haven for your getaway.
Stretching along the shores of the beautiful 500-acre Lake Jackson, this compact 40-acre park offers swimming, a bike path and walking trail, excellent fishing, a scene picnic area, and a modern lakeside campground. Water skiing and personal watercraft are also allowed on the lake. Visit the park today as see what residents of Florala enjoy year-round.
Frank Jackson State Park is a State Park on the northwest side of Opp,Alabama. The 2050-acre park wraps around Lake Frank Jackson,a 1000-acre lake within Opp city limits.
Frank Jackson State Park consists of 2,050-acres and is proud to serve as a premier fishing destination with its 1,000-acre stream-fed lake. As the primary park attraction, Lake Frank Jackson, in addition to providing outstanding fishing and swimming opportunities, also features shoreline campground areas.