Barbour County, Alabama

Barbour County is located in Alabama and was established in 1832. Barbour County is located in the southeastern part of the state. Barbour County is home to numerous cities and towns, including Bakerhill, Batesville, Blue Springs, Clayton, Clio, Comer, Eufaula, Elamville, Louisville, Mount Andrews and Springhill.

Barbour County offers several attractions for outdoor enthusiasts. The Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1964, provides a natural and safe habitat to migratory birds, resident species and numerous waterfowl. The Refuge provides educational based recreational activities to the public. Another Barbour County attraction is Lakepoint Resort State Park. The park consisted of 1,220 acres and sits on the banks of Lake Eufaula. Lake Eufaula is known for its excellent bass fishing and the Park offers picnic area, boat launch facilities and a marina. Blue Springs State Park is another Barbour County attraction. Blue Springs State Park is named for the beautiful crystal-clear underground springs which feed the spring pool that is the central attraction at the park. Blue Springs offers camping facilities, area for cooking out and gatherings.

Barbour County offers not only outdoor entertainment and recreation, but also great local food and fare. Each city and town has locally owned shops, boutiques and stores that highlight the talents of local artists and artisans. In addition to the shopping, dining out can be a treat. Barbour County is rich in produce and locally caught fish. Several restaurants which are locally owned and operated offer food that uses only locally grown produce.

Barbour County was originally established as break offs from Creek Indians homelands. Barbour County has several areas where both residents and visitors like to hunt for relics such as arrowheads and other artifacts. Throughout Barbour County, there are antique shops and flea markets where one can browse not only local goods but also antiques and artifacts that embody the history of this rich county. The famous “Octagon House” is found in Barbour County. This home, formally known as the Petty-Roberts-Beatty Home, is believed to be the only remaining octagon shaped antebellum home in Alabama.

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