Dubbed as the “Gateway to Florida,” Dothan is conveniently located on U.S. Hwy. 231, connecting Interstates 65 and 85 to Interstate 10. Its location in Southeast Alabama, equally distant from Montgomery, Albany, and Tallahassee, make it a destination for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare, and retail.
This growing city and thriving community was built around landmarks of the past and prides itself on the friendliness and southern hospitality that its deep Southern roots provide. Dothan Regional Airport makes travel in and out of the area a breeze and the Gulf of Mexico is just a quick drive away.
Agriculture is especially important to the Dothan community since over half of the peanuts grown in the United States originate from this area. The National Peanut Festival marks this designation during harvest every November and cements the title for Dothan as “Peanut Capital of the World.”
Fort Payne, AL
Named one of the ‘best small towns’ in America, Fort Payne, Alabama combines cozy Southern charm with an outstanding natural environment. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians and the shadow of Lookout Mountain, Fort Payne is home to magnificent natural attractions.
Riverview Regional Medical Center is centrally located in downtown Gadsden adjacent to Moragne Park and the Coosa River. The area offers a majestic landscape, beautiful mountains and crystal clear lakes.
Forrest City, AR
Located on a line of rolling hills with tree lined streets, Forrest City is a friendly, home-town community of almost 17,000 with a low cost of living and easy pace of life. The area offers much to do without the hustle and bustle, with mild temperatures year-round.
Pine Bluff, AR
Pine Bluff is located less than an hour from Little Rock, Arkansas in the heart of a rich agricultural region. In addition to agriculture, major employers in the area include Tyson Foods, Evergreen Packaging, Pine Bluff Arsenal, and Union Pacific Railroad. Pine Bluff is home to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) and Southeast Arkansas College as well as four public school districts and several private schools. Pine Bluff residents enjoy pleasant temperatures year round and great recreation opportunities on the beautiful Arkansas River, which is known for its exceptional bass fishing.
Bullhead City, AZ
Bullhead City is located along the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California and Nevada - just 90 minutes away from Las Vegas and a short drive from Laughlin, NV. Bullhead City offers area water sports, golf, fishing, and warm weather over 300 days a year.
Smyrna is centrally located in the state of Delaware, just 12 miles north of the state capital of Dover and 30 miles south of the major business centers in Newark and Wilmington. Smyrna provides a nice taste of everything, proudly holding onto its historic small town atmosphere while being committed to progress and community. Recently, the city has upgraded physical and technological infrastructure to prepare for growth demands. The low cost-of-living and no state sales tax make this a highly desirable location for families and homeowners. Smyrna has also enacted programs to increase the quality-of-life, including the Energy Depot Program and the Toolkit for a Healthy Delaware Program.
Warm Springs, GA
Warm Springs offers a mix of southern hospitality with old fashioned heritage. Progressive, yet still tied to traditions, Warm Springs offers much to see and do including boating, hiking, fishing and camping and the Little White House, formerly FDR's home. Experience the beauty of the mountains firsthand with nearly 40 miles of trail in the Roosevelt State Park designated for hikers only.
Randolph County is located in the eastern part of Indiana on the Indiana-Ohio State line. Known primarily for its agricultural offerings—corn, soybeans, and internationally known livestock—Randolph County offers a pastoral setting, refreshing pace, and opportunity to step back in time. Residents here can still enjoy an outdoor drive-in theater, strolling around the courthouse square, shopping and a movie downtown, and several popular seasonal festivals. Although Randolph County is one of the least populated counties in Indiana, it’s about an hour’s drive from several big cities: Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind., as well as Cincinnati, Ohio.
Barbourville is a 100 mile interstate drive away from Knoxville, TN and Lexington, KY. The town of Barbourville hosts numerous festivals throughout the year but the town prides itself on the Daniel Boone Festival, occurring every October since 1948. Barbourville and the surrounding area feature good educational options, affordable real estate and a low cost of living.