The Northwest Alabama Arts Council was created in 2004 with the purpose to take over the reigns of the newly established Jerry Brown Arts Festival (JBAF) – and one secondary purpose – to promote the arts and art education in rural Northwest Alabama.
Each Saturday night the Back Street Opry comes alive with country, folk, bluegrass, gospel music and comedy.
The Fayette Arts Council sponsors performances throughout the year at the Civic Center, a renovated 1930 school building now privately endowed by local benefactors.
This 1937 theatre plays hosts to numerous regional acts throughout the year.
This museum features a permanent art display and is located in the Fayette Civic Center.
Displays at this museum vary from trains to Civil War memorabilia.
Located northeast of the tri-county area, this national forest spans across 180,000 acres with many outdoor activities available.
Water park in Fayette, AL
This park includes a six ball fields, two playgrounds, and other sports
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Part of the Bear Creek Lakes System, this reservoir offers fishing (especially bass), camping, canoeing, and more.
Open air park spread over 60 acres with ball fields and walking track.
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Franchised fitness center located in Winfield.
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