Recreation benefits children of all ages
From the beaches along the Gulf of Mexico to the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains, Alabama is blessed with great natural treasures. These magnificent landscapes are places where families and friends can learn, have fun, and create great memories.
Seeking to provide a happy life for its residents, the city of Headland is home to one of the more progressive recreation programs of its size in the region and is in the center of a number of outdoor opportunities.
Baseball, softball, soccer, pee wee football, cheerleading, they’re all available for children starting at age four through the mid-teens. Henry County also offers football, baseball, basketball, cheerleading and other activities through the schools located in Headland.
For others seeking recreational activities outdoors, there are ample pastures and woodlands full of deer and game birds like turkey, dove and quail. One can sharpen marksmanship skills at Headland’s skeet and gun club. Surrounding rivers, ponds and lakes, like Lake Eufaula an hour north, also provide a test for the angler seeking bass, catfish, panfish and other aquatic game.
Like to take to the links? Headland is home to the Headland Country Club’s and is also surrounded by public and private courses, including Highland Oaks, a Robert Trent Jones course located in The Highlands, just west of Dothan. Headland also has a number of parks, one of which includes tennis courts. Your serve!