Eufaula is located in Barbour County in southeastern Alabama along the Alabama-Georgia border, approximately 90 miles southeast of Montgomery, the state capital.
What Eufaula Is Known For
Eufaula is home to the second-largest historic district in the state, with more than 700 historic and architecturally significant structures. It also boasts the state's oldest and largest tour of homes, The Pilgrimage, each spring, featuring some of the South’s grandest structures in the Seth Lore-Irwinton Historic District.
Lake Eufaula a.k.a Walter F. George Lake is known as the "Bass Fishing Capital of the World," which consists of 45,000 acres and has 640 miles of shoreline. It attracts more than 10,000 fishermen each year and has become a tournament stop for the annual Bass Anglers Sportsmen Society (B.A.S.S.) Trail.
Eufaula Annual Events
Eufaula Pilgrimage - 1st Weekend of April
4th of July Fireworks & Celebration
Lakepoint Resort, Eufaula at 9:00 pm.
Mayor’s Kids Parade - 5:00; Music is slated from 5-9 p.m.
Eufaulafest - Oct
Alabama Classic Bass Tournament - Oct
Alabama Bass Nation State Championship
Lakepoint State Park, Eufaula
Downtown Trick or Treat - Oct
Downtown Christmas Open House - 1st Monday of November
Eufaula Christmas Tour of Homes - 1st Weekend of December
Downtown Holiday Events - December
Mistletoe Market, Christmas Parade, Santa Stroll, Reindeer Games and Cookie Crawl
check Main Street Eufaula Facebook page for dates and times of Holiday events