Evergreen Vacation Packages
About 4,000 people call Evergreen in Southwest Alabama - Gulf Region home.
Montgomery, the state capital, is situated roughly 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the northeast of Evergreen, while Mobile is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the southwest.
Just because you're vacationing doesn’t mean you have to neglect your game; Evergreen is home to a number of the best golf courses in the region. Among the best places to play golf are the Country Club of Brewton, Atmore Country Club and the Vanity Fair Golf and Tennis Club.
Brewton Heights Shopping Center is the perfect place to head to if you love shopping and watching the world go by. This is a vibrant attraction packed with fashion, accessories, fresh produce and great places to eat.
One of the most visited historic sites in the area is the Neil Colonial Center. This atmospheric place gives visitors the chance to understand an important time in human history. Enquire about a guided tour, try to imagine what it was like in times gone by and discover local history.
The Monroe County Heritage Museum is the perfect place to go to learn about Evergreen’s compelling history. Admire the museum’s fascinating exhibits and browse the historic artifacts that are on show.
The Greater Escambia Council for Arts is one of the most popular spots to see live shows in the Evergreen area. Following the performance, grab a table at one of the nearby eateries and enjoy some tasty regional dishes.
Houston Axory Memorial Park is among the most frequently visited green havens around Evergreen. It is a peaceful place where locals and visitors alike come together to picnic, play and relax.
The Atmore Veteran's Memorial stands as a proud testimony to the loyalty and valour of Evergreen men and women in darker times. Sit quietly and let your mind float back through the smoke of battles past, then make your way to the other historic sites in the area.
The ecological preserves surrounding Evergreen show you the birds, trees and plants which inhabit the area. Go for a long walk in Morgans Pond and relish being away from the urban streets.