Escambia County

Escambia County is a county located in the southwestern corner of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population of the county was 38,319. The county seat is Brewton.

Escambia County was established on December 10, 1868, from parts of Conecuh, Baldwin, and Monroe counties. It was named for the Escambia River, which flows through the county.

Escambia County is located in the southern part of Alabama, and is known for its beautiful scenery and outdoor recreational opportunities. The county is home to several state parks, including the Escambia County Wildlife Management Area and the Perdido River Wildlife Management Area. These parks offer a variety of activities, including hiking, biking, camping, and fishing.

Escambia County is also home to a number of small towns and cities, including Brewton, the county seat, and Atmore. Brewton is known for its historic downtown, which features a number of charming shops and restaurants. It is also home to the Escambia County Museum, which showcases the history and culture of the county. Atmore, on the other hand, is known for its annual Atmore Bluegrass Festival, which is a popular event in the county.

Despite its small size, Escambia County has a strong economy. The county is home to several major industries, including manufacturing and healthcare. Brewton is home to the International Paper Company, which is a major employer in the area. The county as a whole is home to a number of healthcare facilities, including Atmore Community Hospital.

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