Winston County, Alabama

Winston County, Alabama is located in the heart of the southern automotive corridor, near future U.S. Interstate 22 connecting Memphis, Tennessee to Birmingham, Alabama. Winston County offers a skilled workforce, competitive tax incentives, and an award-winning business friendly environment. Doing business in Winston County is rewarding, cost effective, and profitable >> more…


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Winston County sits in the northwest portion of Alabama in the southeastern foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Terrain varies from low rolling hills covered with evergreens to spectacular gorges, picturesque rock bluffs, and hardwood forests.  With its hometown feel and southern charm, Winston County is a cozy rural area wrapped in the conveniences of a modern big city. Warm summers and mild winters nestled within the Bankhead National Forest with Smith Lake as a beautiful, luxurious backdrop Winston County is a great place to visit, do business, and live.

Doing Business in Winston County

Winston County is linked to major cities in Alabama and Mississippi via US Interstate 22, US highway 278 and the Norfolk Southern Railroad. Likewise, it is linked to the rest of the U.S. and the world via the Birmingham International Airport. Six towns and many communities populate Winston County >> more…

Winston County Tourism

Winston County has many kinds of attractions and activities for visitors and residents alike…bask in the warm waters of Smith Lake; hike, camp, picnic or drive in the Bankhead National Forest; shop at the local stores; dine at local or lake front restaurants and much, much >> more…

Relocating to Winston County

Winston County has an ideal climate year round. Winter days stay comfortable with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. The County averages 60 inches of precipitation per year. The annual average temperature is 71 degrees which makes Winston County a great place to relax and retire >> more…