Once an area of extensive paper and petroleum industries, Choctaw County is located in southwestern Alabama. The Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, located near Gilbertown, is an important resting place for migrating birds and provides habitat for a number of Alabama animals. The county is governed by an elected four-member commission and includes seven incorporated communities.
Choctaw County Alabama’s population is 13,859. Its county seat is Butler, Alabama. The county was established on December 29, 1847 and named for the Choctaw tribe of American Indians. Choctaw County Alabama Geography
The Tombigbee River flows along the eastern edge of the county, and several of its tributaries, including Wahalak, Big Tallawampa, and Turkey creeks, cross the area. US 84 runs east-west in the southern part of the county, and State Highway 17 runs north-south through the center of the county.
Commercial hunting lodge in southwest Alabama offering whitetail deer, wild boar and Eastern turkey hunts. Come experience the thrill of hunting at Pushmataha Plantation located in scenic Choctaw County where the outdoors is not just an adventure – It is a way of life! Since 1998, owner Mark Ezell and his staff have dedicated themselves to providing their customers a memorable outdoors experience in a family style atmosphere. Located in Choctaw County, Alabama, Pushmataha hunts over 16,000 acres of lush wildlife habitat managed to ensure that their hunters have an opportunity to harvest a trophy animal whether that trophy be a whitetail deer, Eastern turkey or a wild boar. Hunters will have an opportunity to harvest their game from one of the 200 green fields or 150 morning stands on the property.
In 2007, Pushmataha took their hunting to the next level by constructing the “Chief’s Lodge”, a 12,000 square foot building featuring a 2,700 foot great room as well as 15 private rooms and baths. The “Chief’s Lodge” overlooks the fully-stocked private lake and features a 900 square foot commercial kitchen where Mrs. Jewel, Mrs. Judy and Mrs. Kim prepare the Southern style meals daily that our hunters have come to love.
Lisman Alabama is a town in Choctaw County Alabama. As of the census of 2000, there were 653 people, 245 households, and 171 families residing in the town. The population density was 257.6 people per square mile. There were 269 housing units at an average density of 106.1 per square mile. The racial makeup of the town was 91.42% Black or African American, 7.20% White and 1.38% from two or more races.
Mount Sterling Methodist Church is a historic Methodist church building near the junction of Choctaw County Road 43 and Choctaw County Road 27 in the rural community of Mount Sterling, Alabama. It is an almost unaltered example of the simple, Greek Revival style popular for rural churches in the mid-19th century. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 8, 1986. The church was completed in a simple Greek Revival style in 1859, when the community was a prosperous antebellum town. The land for the church was donated by the Catterlin family, early Choctaw County settlers who had established the a post office in Mount Sterling in 1838.
Bladon Springs State Park
Alabama State Park
Bladon Springs AL
Choctaw County Alabama
Bladon Springs State Park is located at:
3921 Bladon Road
Bladon Springs AL 36919
A 357 acre park with four mineral springs includes shelters, campsites, pavilions, tables, grills and a small playground. The park was named after the original patentee of the property John Bladon. A 200 guest capacity hotel once stood on the property and the springs were opened as a public spa. These features gave Bladon Springs the nickname “Saratoga of the South. The hotel eventually closed and was purchased by the state in 1934 but burned down in 1938. The only remaining original structure is a Pavilion over the main spring.