Outdoor activities abound in Greenville. The world class Cambrian Ridge on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail fills the need for golf enthusiasts. For those who prefer nature walks and wooded glades, Sherling Lake park fits their requirements. Hunting for deer, turkey, and quail are all available through private guides, and fishing in the many creeks and ponds rounds out the call of the wild. There's always the shaded trails and campsites of Sherling Lake Park, as well as the many parks found throughout the Camellia City.
You can catch a season show at the immaculately restored Ritz Theatre, thanks to the efforts of the Greenville Area Arts Council. If the latest box office hit is more your style, visit our beautiful 8 screen EDGE Theater. Check out our listing of ! There is always something fun to do in The Camellia City!
Just off the Interstate is a large variety of fast food from burgers to tacos! We also offer a great selection of restaurants and eateries. Close to the Interstate is and If you want to explore our historic downtown area; you have the and the new beautifully restored to choose from.
The Camellia City prides itself in its southern hospitality and small town charm of yesteryear. Historic Downtown Greenville offers items for all occasions; beautiful antiques, fine china, and jewelry, great clothing and stunning home décor. You won't want to miss the opportunity to visit one of the oldest hardware stores in Alabama, The Greenville Hardware.
Greenville sits in a wonderful location on Interstate 65, just 40 miles south of Montgomery, our state capitol. We have two exits off the Interstate, Exit 128 and 130. These exits are a hub of activity where travelers can fill up with gasoline, grab a bite to eat or stay the night in one of the city’s many hotels. Shopping centers - offering everything from shoes to cellular phones, farm supplies to groceries – help make Greenville a one-stop source for shoppers.