Parks and Recreation
Robert Fowler Memorial Park
Located at the junction of the Choctawahatchee and Pea Rivers in Geneva, Alabama, is the Robert Fowler Memorial Park -- home of the oldest Live Oak in Alabama and location of the annual Geneva Festival on the Rivers. Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park and maybe used free of charge. Facilities may be rented for special events. Contact the Geneva City Clerk's office at 517 S. Commerce Street, Geneva or call 334-684-2485. All reservations are on a first come, first serve basis reservation and must be fees must be paid within five days of making reservations. Visit website.
- Gazebo, Screened House and Cookhouse: $25.00 per building per day plus a $50.00 refundable deposit.
- Food Pavilion: $15.00 per day. Please contact the Geneva City Clerks office reservation.
- RV Parking: $15.00 per night; $10.00 for each additional night. No Deposit required. Water & Electricity hookups available. First come first serve basis.
Geneva State Forest
Geneva State Forest is Alabama’s largest state forest. It is managed by the Alabama Forestry Commission and encompasses 7,120 acres of predominately longleaf pine. Fishing is available in the 100-acre lake. Primitive roads throughout the forest provide a scenic view for trail rides. The longleaf forests provide ample habitat for viewing many native wildlife species including: deer, turkey, quail, rabbit, fox, bobcat, squirrel, and non-game species as well. The Alabama Hiking Trail Society has established and maintains a hiking trail around the lake. Each of these recreational activities requires a daily permit which can be obtained at Geneva State Forest Lake.The Geneva State Forest Wildlife Management Area provides large and small game hunting to the public. Visit website.
Geneva County Lake is two lakes with a total of 65 acres located 15 miles northwest of the City of Geneva or 20 miles southwest of Enterprise in Coffee Springs, Alabama.
"Where Memories Are Made . . . Where Lives Are Changed"
Camp Victory is a non-denominational, non-profit organization and a part of Children's Bible Ministries (CBM), which is ministering in nine states and has its national office in Townsend, Tennessee. Camp Victory is located in Hacoda, Alabama, near the Florida state line.
Camp Victory works alongside local churches in providing opportunities for Christian camping, Bible classes for local schools and Bible correspondence lessons. View website.
Nestled in the lush green heart of rural Southeastern Alabama, CampWiregrass offers wholesome outdoor activities and Christian fellowship for young people every summer. Visit website.