Demopolis area recreational property offers its residents an opportunity to enjoy all that the city of Demopolis has to offer. Located in an easygoing neighborhood that boasts of a safe and family-oriented community, Demopolis is cherished by the nearly 8,000 residents that call it home.
Besides being a place that has good employment opportunities and educational institutions, Demopolis is one of those towns where you can truly relax and live. Demopolis area recreational property brings one closer to nature and the outdoors as well as to culture and the arts.
Those who like camping and relishing nature will be pleased to utilize the two campgrounds in the Demopolis area. Fishing as well as boating are some of the activities on Demopolis Lake. If you’d rather be off the water than on it, the areas surrounding Demopolis Lake offers some of the best West Alabama Hunting Land – about 1,400 acres of it.
Demopolis area recreational property is never far from places of historic significance. On the National Historic Register of Places and a National Historic Landmark is Gaineswood, an antebellum house that was built in the Greek Revival architectural style sometime between 1843 and 1861. Besides Gaineswood, there’s Bluff Hall, Demopolis Town Square, the Geneva Mercer Museum, and more.
One attraction that draws the crowds into Demopolis is Christmas on the River. Each year the festivity with floats (that actually float on water) brings about 50,000 visitors to the city. The weeklong celebration started in 1972 and includes a number of activities – a children’s day parade, fireworks, a championship BBQ cook-off, and a nighttime nautical parade.