The welcome mat is always out in Prattville, a charming New England-style village nestled cozily in the heart of the Deep South. This is a place where the air is cleaner, nature grows freer, and the people are friendlier. Visitors often ask “how have you managed such a masterpiece?” The answer lies in a secret held since Prattville’s beginning.
As the “birthplace of industry” in Alabama, Prattville’s rich history spans the life and accomplishments of its founder Daniel Pratt, the great industrialist. Prattville features the Daniel Pratt Historic District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, where some of the sites date back to the Civil War era. Today, Prattville is the seat of government in Autauga County, founded in 1818, thus making it “a county older than the state.”
Prattville also boasts a wide variety of natural and recreational attractions, including canoeing, hiking, fishing and other means of entertainment. Prattville’s cultural and retail attractions, numerous antique and specialty stores, and excellent dining establishments are sure to please almost any taste.
Prattville is also home to the Capitol Hill golf complex, part of Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. This amazing golf course helped the Prattville rank on Livability.com's Top 10 Golf Cities list. This world class course hosts the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic annually.
Come experience Prattville, Alabama for yourself. Whether passing through or making us a destination, after one visit, we’re sure you’ll find that Prattville will be a memorable place for your family for many years to come. We are sure that you will discover the beauty of Prattville and Autauga County that we have grown to love.