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Elberta Area Insight

  • Clarke Bear Armstrong
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Located in Elberta Town Park, this 40 year tradition brings in a huge crowd of locals and visitors alike. Elberta is a quaint town, with one traffic light in the "downtown" area, but features one of the longest running festivals that continually grows year after year. Many local businesses, school personnel, town officials and many more attend this family friendly festival that is not only fun, but a huge revenue source for the Elberta Fire Department. You can explore over 200 arts and crafts tents, partake in Carnival game and rides, of course enjoy some of the delicious food, wander through the Bier Garden or pop on over to the music tents to get your groove on- there is something for everyone!! Event is October 27, 2018 from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.. Come hungry!!
  • June Bentley
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Elberta, AL
    Elberta is only a short distance from the beach. The small town feel to enjoy! A community that cares and will welcome you! Come check out Elberta.
  • Donna Fitts
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Barber Marina has something for you from mega yachts to canoes! The marina has floating concrete slips that can accommodate boats over 100 feet. Their dry storage can store boats up to 42 feet and with all the amenities boat owners need - fuel, parts, service, sales - Barber Marina is a world class marina.
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    The South is known for its flavorful cooking and we have a well deserved reputation for frying any and everything. Thanksgiving turkeys are no exception! A crispy fried turkey will compliment any Thanksgiving meal. To fry a turkey, you need to make sure the turkey has been thawed safely by carefully following the instructions attached to the bird. You will also need a large stockpot to heat your peanut oil to 350 degrees. After reaching the correct temperature, carefully lower your turkey into the hot oil and cook for approximately 3 ½ minutes per pound. After the appropriate cook time, simply pull that bird out of the cooker, let it cool on some paper towels, and then gobble it up!!!
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    While the Northern states are seeing their neighborhoods blanketed in white from the first snow, in South Alabama we are blessed with the beauty of snow-white cotton bolls covering acres of land. It is not uncommon to see tourists pull over, jump out of their cars, and begin feverishly taking pictures of the beautiful white fields.

    Most people are aware that cotton is used in fabrics but are not aware that it is also used in film, writing paper, and U.S. currency. The oil from cotton seed is used in cosmetics, cooking, and soap. Cotton in Alabama is planted in the spring with the cotton bolls opening during the fall, and then it is harvested before Christmas.
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Ask Glee a question about Elberta.
    Elberta, AL
    When was the last time you shopped at a locally owned grocery store? Well, move over Publix and Walmart because locals love the Elberta Grocery located in the German settled town of Elberta. It’s a small store that offers all the necessities and much more. It has gas, a lunch counter, groceries, and best of all a full-service butcher shop. People drive from all over the county to purchase their ten different types of sausage and steaks freshly cut by a third generation father and son butcher team. Elberta Grocery’s reputation for some of the best meats on the Gulf Coast is well deserved. Be sure to stop by the next time you’re traveling the coast!
  • India Parson
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    If you are around Elberta and looking for a place to eat lunch, stop by the Sub Shack on County Road 20. It is a small locally owned and operated restaurant that is only open for lunch during the week. They have a variety of simple sandwiches that are amazing.
  • Renae Stringer
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    If you're heading down the back road of Hwy 98 in Elberta, there's a good chance you'll run into the Roadkill Cafe. Yes, you heard me say it correctly. But before you think your worst dining nightmare has come true, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. First, let's dispel the rumor. No, their first catch of the day has not been scraped off the road with a spatula. And, yes, their food is fresh, and USDA approved.

    What you will find is hole-in-the-wall dining at its finest along with exemplary Southern hospitality from down-home country cookin' people. Daily specials include fried chicken, pork chops, and fried catfish. You better get there early, however, because they only serve lunch and once the food is gone, it's gone! Mike, the owner, gives away one free meal a day to a lucky patron that pulls a red poker chip out of a bag filled with white poker chips. Roadkill Cafe is more than just a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere. It is the epitome of comfort food.
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Ask Dana a question about Elberta.
    Elberta, AL
    Für Das Gute Leben! These words welcome visitors to the small town of Elberta, and they describe it perfectly. Für das gute leben means "for the good life", and this weekend over 30,000 people are expected to be in town to enjoy some of the good life for themselves.

    The Sausage Festival is a bi-annual event sponsored by the Elberta Volunteer Fire Department. It began in 1978, and has grown steadily over the years. Over 7,000 pounds of German Sausage will be grilled to perfection, along with other favorites like German stuffed cabbage, goulash, and German potato salad. Live music goes on all day, but the hit of the festival is always the Polka band that takes center stage in the afternoon.

    As if the great food and music weren't enough, over 200 arts and crafts booths will be open, with something for everyone. And for the kids, there's a children's area, complete with carnival rides and face painting.

    So come on down, enjoy a German sausage and remember, you can live here too!
  • James Calvert
    RE/MAX of Gulf Shores
    Elberta attracted a number of German settlers who continued their love of sausages. You won't hear many German accents anymore but you can still enjoy their tradition and visit the annual Sausage Festival in April/May. Whilst in the area visit the local farmers market for an excellent choice of fresh local produce.

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