Downtown Luverne, Alabama


Luverne, known as the Friendliest City in the South, traces its roots to 1889 when it was founded a mile east of the Patsaliga River on the Alabama Midland Railroad. Visionaries like M.P. Legrand, S.D. Hubbard, and George A. Folmar purchased land surrounding the railroad, propelling Luverne's rapid growth. If you like peanuts, consider attending the World’s Largest Peanut Boil, an event that Luverne holds the world record for. Today, Luverne thrives with modern attractions like Camellia House Bed & Breakfast and South Ridge Winery. Visitors can also visit Crenshaw County Lake for fishing and boating.

Downtown Luverne, Alabama

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Plan Your Road Trip Through Alabama’s Red Hill Region.

The Red Hills region of Alabama is known as the Black Belt because its rich, black soil made the area a prime location for growing cotton. This made the region one of the prime locations for commerce for the state in the 1800s.

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