Lamar County spans 605 square miles in northwest Alabama and is bordered on the west by the Mississippi state line. The county is home to the Quail Valley Hunting Preserve and parts of the Tombigbee River Watershed, which offer several outdoor recreational opportunities. Lamar is home to nearly 14,000 residents with Sulligent as its largest city.
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