We’re a tiny town with a huge personality located in the corner of Chambers, Lee, and Tallapoosa counties in central east Alabama. We take pride in our long tradition of rural living while welcoming creative, fun, grassroots growth.
Visitors, we ask that you visit our neighbors in Camp Hill at their website and donate to help those devastated by the recent hail storm. They ask for 20×30 tarps, bottles of bleach, or monetary donations. Thank you so much.
Our events are legendary.
In 2000, when U.S. Highway 280 bypassed Waverly, someone said we should throw a party in the street since it suddenly had far less traffic.
That party is now known as The Old 280 Boogie, and it happens twice a year. Learn more about it and the many other gatherings that bring people to a town they were once just passing through.