Welcome to the newest office of Family Eye Center, in Ozark, AL. We are pleased to invite your entire family to benefit from our full-service optometry practice. No matter what you need for crystal-clear vision and comfortable eyes, we will satisfy your requirements. Is it that time of year again – when you need your annual eye exam? Our friendly and experienced Ozark, AL, eye doctors will check your eyes thoroughly, using advanced diagnostics and high-tech equipment. If you have an eye disease, such as diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, we will manage it precisely to help you avoid vision loss. If you suffer from an irritating eye condition, such as dry eye or computer vision, we can soothe your painful symptoms.
Do you have a new vision prescription and need to purchase new eyeglasses? Or maybe you just want to update your look? Take a look at our fantastic optical collection, featuring a stylish array of high-quality designer frames. Our Ozark, AL, opticians will help you choose the best glasses to give you sharp vision and a sharp appearance. We also stock a full selection of premium, brand-name contact lenses, including specialty lenses for hard-to-fit vision conditions. Walk-ins are welcome in our new optical store, or call in advance to book an eye exam in Ozark, AL.
Open Your Eyes to Ozark
The year-round pleasant climate in Ozark is one of the best features of our city, and it gives many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Go canoeing down the Choctawhatchee River, take a guided walking tour of local historical homes, or go fishing and walk the trails with your family around Ozark’s Ed Lisenby Lake.
Homage to the Army in Alabama
Everyone, young kids and adults alike, gets excited about airplanes, and the Army Aviation Museum in Ozark, AL, has a fantastic collection of Army planes, helicopters and unmanned aircraft to tour. When October comes around, don’t miss the annual Pitts aircraft show held at Blackwell Airfield in Ozark.
Another site worth visiting is the Carillon and Bell Tower, located close to the Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce. This tower was constructed to honor all civilian and military personnel who served at Fort Rucker. And as long as we’re discussing military monuments, make a stop at the unique Block House, located just south of Ozark. This 1814 structure was the first public building in the region, constructed from logs by Jackson’s army.
Arts & Culture in Downtown Ozark
If art and culture are more your passion than military history, downtown Ozark offers you the Dowling Museum/Ann Rudd Art Center. Rotating exhibits of art and permanent displays of artsy vintage clothing are housed within a historic 1870s building. Art lessons are also offered at this interactive venue. Also held yearly in downtown Ozark is the lively Claybank Jamboree Arts & Crafts Festival, filled with food vendors, creative shows, music, and crafts for sale.
We look forward to seeing you at our new eye care center and optical store in Ozark, AL!