Conecuh County, Alabama is a small historic area in southern Alabama most known for its naturally dense foilage, abundant lakes and streams and of course, its Conecuh Sausage. Established in the late 1800's, residents here still cherish the past, preserving many historic homes, shops, businesses and a historic district in Evergreen, Alabama.
Tourism attractions include the Sepulga River Canoe Trail, Boggs & Boulders off-road adventure park, historic Booker's Mill and the annual Conecuh Sausage and Collard Green festivals.
Collard Greens Festival
9:00AM - 5:00PM
SE Regional Fly-In
Festival 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Conecuh sausage, one of the South's most known and best-loved sausages hails from Evergreen, Alabama right here in Conecuh County. Conecuh sausage is a link sausage best characterized by it's deep smoky flavor and strong hickory fragrance. The Conecuh Sausage Company has been in business since 1947 and produces around 30,000 - 40,000 pounds of sausage a day.
Sports & Outdoors
Evergreen, established in 1873, with its moderate climate of warm summers, mild winters, and moderate rainfall, make it the perfect location for year round golf and many more outdoor activities. Over 400 lakes and ponds, 200 miles of fishing streams, and acres of pristine hunting land in the county provide the outdoorsman with endless possibilities.