The Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway, only eighteen miles from Reform, provides a direct channel between the 1,000 miles of mid-nation waterways and the Gulf of Mexico. The Warrior River joins the Tenn-Tom at Demopolis, Alabama. This system offers decreased mileage and lower transportation cost for industry and agriculture, as well as a refuge for fish and wildlife, and a center for recreation.
Camping sites are available at several areas along the waterway.
- There are over 50,000 acres in hunting reservations and several hunting lodges in an area where deer, waterfowl, turkeys and other game are plentiful.
- There are 485 fishing lakes totaling more than 30,000 surface acres surrounded by over a thousand miles of shoreline.
- There are lakes devoted to boating and skiing. Numerous picnic and camping areas are conveniently located for those who love the great outdoors.
- The Reform City Park contains fields for softball and little league baseball, and a popular country club has a nine-hole golf course, a swimming pool, tennis court, and club house.