Dothan, Alabama is a growing city and thriving community was built around landmarks of the past and prides itself on the friendliness and southern hospitality. Agriculture is especially important to the Dothan community. Dothan's location has made it a destination for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare, and retail. There are four colleges within 50 miles for those wanting to expand their education.
Monroeville, the inspiration for the town in To Kill a Mockingbird and home to several notable writers, is considered the “Literary Capital of America”. Over 400 structures in the historic downtown are on “The National Register of Historic Places”. Monroeville has its own airport, with plans to expand in the near future, and an exciting rails-to-trails project is currently underway in north Monroe County.
Blytheville is located in the northeast corner of the state, just an hour's drive from Memphis. Initially established as a lumber mill town in the 1880's, Blytheville has emerged as a steel production center and a strong agri-business.
Conway, Arkansas is home to three institutions of higher education, making the city's population relatively young and well educated. Conway's strong community spirit, high-performing schools and colleges, family friendly recreation, and vibrant economy continue to attract visitors, residents, and businesses to the city. A majority of the residents do not commute out of the city for work. Conway is about half an hour north of Little Rock and about 2 and half hours west of Memphis, Tennessee.
Hope, the original home of President Bill Clinton, is a small town with lots of parks, outdoor activities and entertainment options.
Located along the Mississippi River, Osceola is a family oriented town just 50 miles north of Memphis and 175 miles northeast of Little Rock. Residents may enjoy fishing, duck and deer hunting, and exceptional blues music.
Located in Northeast Arkansas and 1.5 hours from Memphis, TN, Paragould is a growing city that is rich in history and tradition. Residents enjoy historical landmarks, numerous outdoor activities, and a thriving music scene.
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.
Located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, Hyden was founded in 1878 and has made large contributions to the bluegrass music culture. Situated along the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River, Hyden has a small town charm and offers hunting, ATV trails, camping and hiking.
A rural community, McDowell is located in southeastern Kentucky in the Central Appalachian Mountains. McDowell offers many activities for the outdoor enthusiast, including baseball, tennis, swimming, golfing, camping and boating.