Covington County Alabama
Covington County population is 37,765. Its county seat is Andalusia. Its name is in honor of Brigadier General Leonard Covington of Maryland.
Covington County Alabama Cities:
Opp is a city in Covington County. At the 2010 census the population was 6,659. Opp is located in eastern Covington County bordered by the town of Babbie to the west and the town of Horn Hill to the southwest.
Covington County Alabama Towns:
Babbie is a town in Covington County. At the 2010 census the population was 603. It incorporated in 1957.
Carolina is a town in Covington County. It is located about 95 miles south of Montgomery and about 80 miles west of Dothan. At the 2010 census the population was 297.
Florala is a town in Covington County. At the 2010 census the population was 1,984.Florala is located along the Alabama–Florida state line bordered by the town of Lockhart to the west and the town of Paxton, Florida, to the south.
Gantt is a town in Covington County. Gantt is located in north-central Covington County in the extreme south-central part of the state. Gantt is located in north-central Covington County in the extreme south-central part of the state.
At the 2010 census the population was 222. The racial makeup of the town was 75.93% White, 21.99% Black or African American, 0.83% Native American, 0.41% from other races, and 0.83% from two or more races. 0.83% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
Gantt Lake, a 2,700-acre reservoir created on the Conecuh River by the Gantt Dam built in the 1920s, offers boating, swimming, skiing, and fishing opportunities.
Horn Hill, Alabama
Red Level, Alabama
River Falls, Alabama
Covington County Alabama Communities:
Beda is an unincorporated community in Covington County. Beda is located on Alabama State Route 137, 18.2 miles south-southeast of Andalusia. The community lies entirely within the Conecuh National Forest.
Blue Springs, Alabama
Cedar Grove, Alabama
Chapel Hill, Alabama
Clear Springs, Alabama
County Line, Alabama
Falco, also spelled Falko, is an unincorporated community in Covington County. The community lies entirely within the Conecuh National Forest. The community’s name is an acronym for the Florida-Alabama Land Company, which harvested timber in the area.
Falco was founded by members of the Florida-Alabama Land Company in 1903. The community was home to a large sawmill, the Falco Bank, Falco Bottling Company, a 40-room hotel, a grist mill and general stores. A two-story railroad depot sat near the logging railroads, which connected to the Central of Georgia and L&N lines. The town began to decline after a fire destroyed the saw mill in 1925. The mill was then moved to Willow, Florida. A post office operated under the name Falco from 1903 to 1955.
Five Points, Alabama
Five Points is located in northeastern Chambers County in the east-central part of the state. Five Points was founded in 1887 on a line of the East Alabama Railway (purchased by the Central of Georgia in 1888) that connected Roanoke, Randolph County, with Opelika, Lee County. (The town lies about midway between Roanoke and LaFayette in Chambers County.)
Green Bay, Alabama
Harp Point, Alabama
Opine, also spelled O’Pine, is an unincorporated community in Covington County. A post office operated under the name Opine from 1880 to 1891.
Covington County Alabama Zip Codes:
36474, 36028, 36421, 36442, 36483