Tasteful mix

Throughout Russellville, large and elegantly styled homes dot the beautiful wooded hills and valleys that give the area a mark of distinction. Numerous options of lifestyle and living help to meet virtually anyone’s taste in housing.

Try one of our beautiful subdivisions like Hester Heights, Woodland Hills or Briarleigh. Want to step it up slightly? Woodridge offers some of the most “prestigious” homes in the area. Is downtown more your style? There are beautiful homes listed in the historical register, some as far back as the 1800’s. Want a few acres? Market Line Estates may be the place for you. Property on one of our lakes? Plenty. And if you really want to spread out, then the sky is the limit, you can own hundreds of acres.

If renting is more your speed, there are numerous apartments and rental homes, some starting at only a few hundred dollars a month.

Growing best describes this city

Housing is not the only highlight for Russellville. The city continues to grow with the new completion of Highway 24, the four lane expansion of this bustling connection to surrounding areas.

Industry and small businesses are encouraged to explore the opportunities available in Russellville, which offers a population rich with talent and enthusiasm as well as old world pride in workmanship. Russellville embraces traditional values while at the same time, welcomes change and progress with open arms.

Our 200 acre industrial park is host to numerous manufacturers and industries, producing everything from wholesale food products to manufactured housing and everything in-between. Room still exists for expansion today and in the future, and is spurred along by certain tax incentives offered to qualifying firms. Your company may want to check for details.

Russellville is also seeing growth in it’s retail sector, local businesses providing consumers with quality products and services at moderate, reasonable prices.
We invite you to come and explore everything Russellville has to offer.

Phil Campbell

Beautifully Scenic

Phil Campbell was the first town in Alabama to be named after an individual using both their first and last names.

In the 1880’s, a railroad company was laying track from Florence to Birmingham, and they passed through Franklin County. A local land owner contacted the project engineer of the railroad crew and promised any community that developed around a sidetrack and depot that was adjacent to his land would be named after the engineer. The sidetrack was laid and the depot built and in 1911 the town of Phil Campbell was incorporated in honor of who else, Mr. Phil Campbell, the project engineer.

The town lies in the beautiful hill country between the Shoals area and Birmingham. It’s scenic beauty and rural atmosphere make it an ideal place to live. Some of the best fishing and hunting can be found right here in Phil Campbell.
Phil Campbell is also the home of Dismals Canyon. Readers Digest showcased the canyons in their Off the Beaten Path feature as “one of Americas most interesting and still uncrowded places to visit.”

Phil Campbell is also home to Northwest Shoals Community College, Alabama’s first Junior College. The college provides access to post-secondary education for citizens of the rural communities of Northwest Alabama.

Red Bay

Little Bigtown

Small Town, USA. It’s still alive and well and it’s right here in Red Bay, Alabama, just a stone’s throw from the Mississippi State line.

Incorporated in 1907, 30 years after establishment, Red Bay is rich with fertile land and rapidly expanding industry. Sunshine Mills is just one example, makers of Sunshine Dog Food and George Jones Pet Food. (Yes, George Jones, “The Possum” of country music fame.) The company has expanded and now markets their products nationwide.

Another company well known across the nation and based here in Red Bay is Tiffin Motor Homes, more popularly known as Allegro. You will find these top of the line motorhomes and RV’s roaming all across our great nation.

Red Bay features towering oaks

The towering oaks that greet you from the west of town were planted in the 1930’s by the Red Bay Garden Club and are a tribute to the citizens pride and care.

Another jewel is the Art’s and Entertainment Center, host of an active community theatre that presents many wonderful performances throughout the year. The Center also features a large banquet room and garden room for meetings, gatherings and functions.

Red Bay offers not only a wealth of history, but a wealthy future.


Wide Open Spaces

Enjoy visiting Hodges, Alabama, a warm and welcoming town that wants to serve its community. While in Hodges, be sure to visit Rock Bridge Canyon Equestrian Park. Rock Bridge Canyon is a beautiful site with horse trails, walking trails, and full hookup camping. Come visit Hodges today!


Birthplace of Carl Atwood Elliott

Vina was the birthplace of Carl Atwood Elliott.  Having grown up poor, Mr. Elliott took pride in serving as a prime mover of the National Defense Education Act of 1958, which supported millions of poor college students, and the Library Assistance Act, which helped libraries in the poorest regions of the country. He also pushed for enactment of Great Society programs, like Medicare. In 1990, former Representative Carl Elliott,  was the recipient of the inaugural Profiles in Courage Award bestowed by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. The award, named after the President’s book, honors public servants who show unusual courage in defiance of the odds.