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Historic Coffee Courthouse
The 80-acre lake offers three fishing piers, boat ramp, public restrooms, concessions, boat rental available. The lake is a nesting site for eagles, making it a popular site for birding.
The Gov. James E. (Big Jim) Folsom Birthplace is designated as a historic landmark by the State of Alabama. Folsom, a resident of Elba, Coffee County, served as the 45th and 47th Governor of Alabama. He lived in the home from 1908 to 1910.
2.1 mile trail located on the top of a portion of the city levee in Elba. The trail goes through the downtown area and land along the Pea River. The walking trail is paved with some lighting, easy access, and parking.
The Pea River is 154 miles of natural adventure. Ecotourism enthusiasts enjoy fresh air and fresh water, a sanctuary for fish, birds, turtles and alligators.
An outdoor park on the banks of the Pea River in Elba, Alabama. Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Fire Pits, Grills, Walking Trail, completely Handicap Accessible.
The historical Old Coffee County Jail was built nearly a century-ago. The Old Coffee County Jail in Elba has seen its fair share of tragedy.
Park and playground located at the site of the old Elba High School.
Honoring veterans of all five armed services branches. 40-ft.-diameter five-point star, five walking lanes. Huey helicopter display. M101A1 Towed Howitzer.