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Clanton Alabama Attractions

Clanton, Alabama the seat of Chilton County, is located in the center of the state along I-65 about half way between Birmingham and Montgomery. The city is home to two large automotive parts manufacturers, which support the new auto plants in the area. You can see that business and industrial development are welcomed components of the local economy.

Chilton County is proud to be the state's largest producer of peaches and Clanton's most famous landmark is a peach-shaped water tower. The community, formerly called Goose Pond, was renamed for Confederate Brigadier general James Holt Clanton after the Civil War. Clanton is the home of Confederate Memorial Park, the site of Alabama's only Old Soldiers Home for Confederate Veterans, which operated from 1902 to 1939, caring for Civil War veterans and their widows.

This friendly city sits along the banks of the Coosa River, surrounded by beautiful landscape. Clanton offers an abundant selection of restaurants, attractions, parks and recreation facilities for all to enjoy all while maintaining a small town atmosphere. Key West Inn - Clanton offers friendly staff and beautiful accommodations at affordable prices. Let us welcome you to Clanton!


Peach Park   •   0.6 miles



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