Camp at the Conecuh National Forest

This national forest stretches for 84,000 acres between Andalusia and the Alabama-Florida state line.

Visit the Springdale Estate

This 3.8-acre estate is located on East Three Notch Street, near the eastern end of the downtown zone, next to the Andalusia City Hall.

Pick from the Menu of Samurai Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

This Japanese restaurant offers a quiet, pleasant atmosphere as well as food that rivals that of the big cities.

Pick from Eateries around the Andalusia Town Square

After viewing the museum, historical sites, and murals on the square's periphery, the side streets around it provide a wonderful assortment of restaurants and coffee shops to re-energize.

Watch Ballerinas at the Church Street Cultural Art Centre

This art facility on Church Street, west of Andalusia's downtown district, promotes classical ballet and allied art disciplines.

Bring the Kids to Andalusia’s Family-friendly Park

Andalusia has over a dozen parks with outdoor recreational activities geared toward children.

Enjoy the Waters of Gantt Lake

With a short drive north to Gantt Lake, Andalusia offers a variety of water-based activities.

Peek at the Historic Buildings of Andalusia

Visitors to Andalusia who are interested in history will enjoy a tour of the city's historic sites.

Enjoy the Games at the Sports Fields of Andalusia

Annual softball competitions and all-star tournaments are held at the city's Dwight Mikel Sports Complex on Kiwanis Drive, which can be timed to coincide with a visit to Andalusia.

Tour the Andalusia Mural Trail

This self-guided walking tour features murals on the walls of historic buildings in the city that depict the early days of Andalusia and Covington County.