Things To Do
World-renowned fishing and hunting legend, Harold Ensley, was born and raised on a ranch near Healy. His took his love of the outdoors to a national audience with “The Sportsman’s Friend,” a television show which ran for 48 years. Mr. Ensley, who passed away in 2005, would be pleased to know that hunting in Healy has become a major attraction. Hunters in pursuit of deer, pheasant, turkey, and more, flock to Healy throughout the hunting season to take in the bountiful wildlife. Make sure you stop at Sharp’s Shooting Supply to stock up on all your outfitting needs.
Healy is also a short drive to the picturesque Smoky River Valley, famous for its Monument Rocks, a series of chalk pyramids. Fossil hunters also flock to the area in search of the preserved remains of prehistoric sea life.
Lake Scott State Park lies along Lake Scott in picturesque Ladder Creek Canyon. Listed in National Geographic Traveler as one of the top 50 state parks in the U.S, this oasis-like setting is very popular with campers and anglers. For more information, check out the following website.
Healy is home to several dynamic businesses, including Sharp Brothers Seed. As well, Sharp’s Shooting Supply and First State Bank call Healy home. From morning to early evening, Healy Oil provides all the provisions of a convenience store, including a full grill with hamburgers and pizza, as well as a four-bay mechanic shop.
Hometown Pride Grocery is a full service grocery store, where you can pick up fresh produce for healthy lunch or fine steaks for your grill.
Thanks to the efforts of community leaders, Healy is proud to offer the Eagles’ Landing Youth Room. Equipped with a pool table, air hockey and video games, Eagles’ Landing is a great place for area youth to spend time together. During the summer, the community cools off at the swimming pool, located in the heart of Healy.