Winston County is located in the northwest portion of Alabama in the southeastern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Terrain varies from low rolling hills covered with evergreens to spectacular gorges, picturesque rock bluffs, and hardwood forests.
With its hometown feel and southern charm, Winston County is a cozy rural area wrapped in the conveniences of a big city. Warm summers and mild winters nestled within the Bankhead National Forest with Smith Lake as a beautiful, luxurious backdrop make it a comfortable place to live, visit or do business.
Lakeland Hospital along with many clinics and physicians serve all of Winston County.
Lakeshore Marina Restaurant in Double Springs overlooks Smith Lake.
Natural Bridge of Alabama is the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains.
A countywide initiative to restore and preserve the Jail was begun in 2006.
From the 911 Festival in Haleyville, to the Pat Buttram Festival in Addison, and more.