Evergreen, the county seat of Conecuh County, is located in southwest Alabama, almost midway between Montgomery and Mobile, being 78 miles south of Montgomery and 101 miles northeast of Mobile. Year round golf, a large county lake with cottage lots being available, over 400 lakes and ponds and 200 miles of good fishing streams in the county alone. Deer, turkey, quail, dove, squirrel, etc. all provide good game hunting as well.

The climate is moderate, with warm summers, mild winters, and moderate rainfall. The average temperatures for the month of January and July are 48.4 and 80.5 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively. Freezing temperatures are recorded about 40 days per year. About 57 inches of rainfall can be expected annually with the month of March being the wettest month followed closely by July. Prevailing winds in the winter generally come from the northwest while in the summer southerly winds prevail. http://www.evergreenal.org

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Evergreen

Evergreen, the county seat of Conecuh County, is located in southwest Alabama, almost midway between Montgomery and Mobile, being 78 miles south of Montgomery and 101 miles northeast of Mobile. Year round golf, a large county lake with cottage lots bei …

Evergreen Public Library

Genealogy department with full-time historian and genealogist on staff to assist researchers; Records repository for historical records of churches, governments, school yearbooks, etc. Assists with memberships in DAR, SCV, UDC, Indian Rolls, etc. Museu …

Carter Hospital

Carter Hospital was originally built as a private home in the 1800s by Mr. Decatur Moorer. Mr. Moorer is the grandfather of Mrs. Sue Sessions. Mrs. Sessions’ father, John Moorer, and her husband, Mr. Henry Sessions, founded Conecuh Sausage in Evergreen …

Boggs and Boulders

10,000 sq. ft. Pavilion, our Campgrounds; Cool Pool, and Mud Pie Cafe. Bring your dirt bike, 4-wheeler, side-by-side all-terrain vehicle, jeep, mud buggy, rock crawler, 100 ton army tank, 4×4 trucks, your wife’s SUV, hiking gear, mountain climbing stuf …

Bull Slough Bridge-Sepulga River Canoe Trail

Bull Slough Bridge lies across the beautiful Sepulga River in the southeast corner of Conecuh County. This bridge, built in 1924, is 252-feet long and has a pony truss design. At one end of the bridge is a sign that contains a detailed map of the Sepul …

Burnt Corn

The historic Old Federal Road separates the Alabama counties of Monroe and Conecuh. Burnt Corn, AL is located on this stretch of the Old Federal Road at the point that it intersected with another historic trail, the Great Pensacola Trading Path (or Wol …

Conecuh Sausage

Conecuh Sausage Gift Shop- the home to one of the South’s favorite foods, is located right off I-65 Exit 96 behind McDonald’s. Apparel, collectibles, spices, and frozen and ready-to-eat meats are available. Conecuh hickory smoked products began back in …

Evergreen Baptist Church

This church is known for its unique architecture, 1907 Tudor Style Design, with octagonal-shaped sanctuary and unique and colorful stained-glass windows. People from all areas come to view the church. Activities Available: Tour of the church; Facility …

Historic L&N Train Depot

The historic Evergreen Depot located on the old L & N Railroad line in downtown Evergreen was constructed in 1907 and ready for occupancy by March of 1908. The depot was described as an ornament to the town, and pride for everyone, the best and mos …

Middleton Field

In 1925 the United States Congress passed the Kelly Act and created the U.S. Department of Commerce which in turn established the U.S. Air Mail. In 1927, Civil Air Mail Route 23 (CAM-23) was established between New Orleans, LA and Atlanta, GA. In 1931, …

Booker’s Mill

Booker’s Mill is known for both its historical value and scenic beauty. The mill, built in the 1800s by prison workers, provided electricity to the neighborhood; however, it has long been closed as an electricity generating plant. The land and the buil …