The City of Atmore also offers an extensive recreational program which includes tee-ball, girls fastpitch softball, youth baseball, pee wee football,
tennis and swimming lessons. Four city parks with new playground equipment and picnic sites serve the citizens of Atmore.
Atmore is fortunate to have two wilderness areas: Little River State Forest, and Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve, within 20 minutes of Atmore.
Each offer amenities such as improved and primitive campsites, swimming, camping, fishing and hiking. Little River State Forest is a 960 acre
park that includes a 25 acre lake. Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve, located on beautiful Escambia Creek, is owned and operated by the Poarch
Creek Indians and is a popular destination for tubing.
The Greater Escambia Council for the Arts presents theatrical productions which showcase talent from all segments of the community. For show times please visit the Atmore Chamber of Commerce calendar. The Strand Theater is a project of the Pride of Atmore (a(501(c)(3)non-profit). The Theater has brought downtown night life to Atmore through live music and entertainment in efforts to renovate this piece of history. For show times please visit the Atmore Chamber of Commerce Calendar or like "Save the Strand" on Facebook.