Visit Randolph County and Discover the Possibilities
Located in the heart of East Central Alabama, Randolph County sits upon a myriad of natural beauty, historic sites, with economic and entrepreneurial opportunities.
Home to scenic Lake Wedowee, our area offers many varied recreational activities. You can enjoy boating, kayaking, a laid-back float down the beautiful Tallapoosa River or picnic at Flat Rock Park. During your time in Randolph County, don’t forget to visit the three birding sites on the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail, enjoy the southern cooking, barbeque, antique shopping, and the uniqueness of the area. Come discover Randolph County and the treasures hidden at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Randolph County is full of recreational opportunities. Beautiful Lake Wedowee provides a scenic backdrop for water sports and other outdoor activities.
A full array of athletic events can be enjoyed throughout the county including high school and college sports. Area high schools field team in football, basketball and baseball, and the Bison of Southern Union State Community College compete in men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball, volleyball and cross country.
All municipalities have strong recreational leagues. Little League football and baseball offer youngsters ample opportunity to experience the sporting life!
Countless opportunities for fun are waiting to be discovered in Randolph county. Read more in the links below.
The Great Horned Owl (Bubo Virginianus) leads the way to untold adventure in East Central Alabama. From the edges of the black belt to the Southern Appalachians, the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail (PPBT) offers over 3.6 million acres to explore. Alabama is blessed with tremendous natural diversity that spans terrestrial habitats from the gulf beaches to the lower Appalachian Mountains.
Visit the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail website to begin your journey. From the Appalachian Mountains to the fertile soils of the Alabama Black Belt, the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail encompasses acres of pristine forests, creeks, streams, rivers, lakes, granite formations and meteor-impact locations. Although described as a plateau, the relatively flat nature of Alabama’s Piedmont Physiographic Region is only obvious in its southern region. The northern part contains many of the highest peaks in the state, including Mt. Cheaha, the state’s highest point at 2,407 feet, and numerous northeast-trending steep-sided ridges.
Full color, 12-panel folding map and detailed showing all birding sites along the Piedmont Plateau Trail. Includes other points of interest. Check with your local Chamber of Commerce or Welcome Centers to receive yours today.
Visit these Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail sites in Randolph County