Crenshaw County is a center of Alabama’s timber industry. It is also home to the annual “World’s Largest Peanut Boil,” which is held every fall in Luverne, the county seat. The historic district in Brantley includes a number of Victorian cottages and a commercial district, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Crenshaw County Historical Society is there too. Patsaliga Creek is a coastal waterway that originates in and runs through much of Crenshaw County. The creek is popular for fishing.