Johnny Henderson Park – Enterprise, AL The Enterprise Recreational Complex, also known as Johnny Henderson Park, is located on Highway 167 N. This park was opened in July of 1997 for the enjoyment of the community. The park has been awarded national and state level awards for improvements made in the park.
Pea River Outdoors – Elba, AL. Pea River Outdoors is a kayak and canoe rental business located across from the boat ramp in downtown Elba, Alabama.
Coffee County Lake Coffee County Lake is an 80 acre public fishing lake stocked with Largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, and crappie
Pea River The Pea River is a popular river to float and fish with either a small flat bottom boat or a canoe. Public boat ramp located in Elba, AL.
Elba Walking Tour In Elba, the walking tour begins at the Elba Chamber of Commerce office and includes several historic sites in the downtown and courthouse square area including the Governor Jim Folsom birthplace, the old Coffee County Jail, and the historic Elba First United Methodist Church.
The Boll Weevil – Enterprise, AL A statue of a Greek woman stands proud in the center of Enterprise, Alabama. Its white marble arms stretch high above its head. Braced in the beautiful woman’s hands is a round bowl, atop which is perched … an enormous bug. It’s a boll weevil, to be precise.
The Shoppes at Taylor Crossing Located on the bypass in Elba, AL. The Shoppes at Taylor Crossing offer a variety of clothing stores and restaurants, including Teens and Moms Unlimited, Riverwalk Outfitters, and My Happy Place
Elba’s Let Freedom Ring Celebrate the 4th of July in Downtown Elba with food, fun, and one of the best fireworks shows in the Wiregrass.
Rockin’ the River A fun-filled day celebrating life on the river in downtown Elba, Alabama
Piney Woods Arts Festival Annual Spring festival, hosted by the Coffee County Arts Alliance on the Enterprise State Community College campus in Enterprise, AL. This juried art show features arts, crafts, food, live entertainment, car show, historic displays, film festival and children’s activities.
The Wiregrass Resource Conservation and Development (WRC&D) Council serves the following Southeast Alabama counties: Barbour, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Pike and Russell.