Prattville, Alabama is a suburb of Montgomery and has been dubbed “The Preferred Community” by its residents. Though there has been tremendous growth, Prattville still has that small town feel, but with big city convenience. From the history buffs to the outdoors enthusiasts, there is something for everyone in Prattville!
1. Historical Sites and Museums
Daniel Pratt Historic District
The Daniel Pratt Historic District brings life to the stories told about Daniel Pratt and his dream for this community.
Autauga County Heritage Center
“History buffs and those interested in genealogical research will enjoy a visit to this c. 1840 Greek-revival house within whose walls Prattville and Autauga history was made. Numerous interesting artifacts from the Pratt Family, as well as other items depicting the history of families who settled in Autauga County, are housed in the Prattaugan Museum.”- City of Prattville
Buena Vista Mansion
“Built in 1822 by William Montgomery, Buena Vista is a historic Federal style plantation house. It is one of the early examples of elegant plantation homes constructed in central Alabama. In fact many of the materials used to build the home were made in Birmingham, England, such as the plaster cornice moldings. Today, Buena Vista is operated as a house museum by the Autauga County Heritage Association, and is also available to rent for weddings and other events. It was added to National Register of Historic Places in 1974.” -The Clio
2. Outdoor Activities
Take a walk along the banks of the beautiful Autauga Creek and enjoy the peace and relaxation that the creek can bring to you.
“The splash pad project was funded by winning the Coca-Cola Live Positively "America is Your Park" $100,000 grant during the summer of 2012. Pratt Park also won the title of "America's Favorite Park.” The splash pad is open seasonally, usually late March through the end of September.”- City of Prattville
“Enjoy canoeing/kayaking down Autauga Creek, a beautiful natural resource that winds through the City of Prattville and Autauga County. The official access point is behind Pratt Pond and the exit point is beyond County Road 4, behind the Autauga Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility. The trail is just under 4 miles long and provides exercise, experience with nature, and a lot of family fun. If canoeing or kayaking isn't your thing, consider floating down in an inner tube to just enjoy the weather and the scenery. You won't be disappointed!”- City of Prattville
Robert Trent Jones at Capital Hill
“World-class golf is played in Prattville at Capitol Hill, the crown jewel of the Robert Trent Jones golf trail.”- City of Prattville
Canoe Trail Park, Cooter’s Pond Park, Heritage Park, Jasmine Trail and East Poplar Park, Kiwanis Park, Mac Gray Park, Newton Park, North Highland Park, Overlook Park, Pratt Park, Spinner’s Park, Spring Hill Park, Upper Kingston Park, Wilderness Park (aka the Bamboo Forest)
3. Indoor Activities
LOCATED AT 1714 E. MAIN STREET PRATTVILLE, AL 36066
Take your family and have lunch and a friendly bowling competition! After you turn in those stylish bowling shoes, play a few games in the arcade!
LOCATED AT 891 BOARDROOM DR PRATTVILLE, AL 36066
“Launch Trampoline Park is a 35,000 sq. ft. indoor sports and family entertainment facility NOW OPEN in Prattville, Alabama! With over 16,000 sq. feet of connected trampolines forming one GIANT jumping surface and angled trampoline walls to bounce off of, Launch will get your whole family off the couch and in the air in no time!” -Launch
P’Zazz Art Studio
LOCATED AT 138 W MAIN ST PRATTVILLE, AL 36067
“We are all about having fun, expressing creativity and trying to make the world a better place! Our classes, fundraisers, workshops and parties are all designed to let you relax and enjoy something fun and creative!” -P’Zazz
If Prattville sounds like your kind of place, visit www.searchhomesinmontgomery.com to browse homes in the area, or call Camelot Properties at 334-730-0771 to schedule a time to meet with one of our knowledgeable agents!