Black Belt Road Trips
Whether your adventure is watching a flushed covey rise, scoring that birdie, splashing and dashing, or satisfying those taste bud cravings our region will surely deliver all that and more…
Our area offers traditional Southern-style quail hunts on mule-drawn wagons, horseback, or fuel powered quail buggies coupled with plentiful coveys and exceptional dogs. And, when it comes to golf, you can’t ask for anything better than the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Three of the masterpieces are located in the Black Belt and within a short drive of your hunting destination.
Barbecue and an icy cold beer go hand-in-hand in some spots across the Black Belt. Take a little road trip around our region to sample some of the state’s best barbecue joints. Afterwards, drop by one of our home-brewed craft beer houses to taste a different variety of slow-cooked flavor.
“Where are we going to eat?” or, “I’m hungry” are comments most frequently heard (or thought) while traveling, whether you’re alone, with your significant other, or a full traveling party. So, we’ve attempted to help you take the guess work out and have suggested some of our favorites throughout the Black Belt region.