Cities & Towns in Tallapoosa County, AL

Tallapoosa County, county in Alabama, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 40,133 inhabitants. The county was created 191 years ago in 1832. Its county seat is Dadeville.

There are 8 city/town in Tallapoosa County, AL. The largest city of Tallapoosa County is City of Alexander City with a population of 14,876. Other cities include, Alexander City population 14,142, Dadeville population 3,007, Camp Hill population 934, Jacksons' Gap population 822

City of Alexander City

City of Alexander City, City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA

Alexander City
Alexander City

Alexander City, City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA


Dadeville, City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, United States

allapoosa County is located in east-central Alabama, about halfway between Montgomery and Atlanta. The county was established in 1832 and has a population of around 40,000 residents.

The largest city and county seat is Dadeville, home to nearly 3,000 people. Other key Tallapoosa County cities and towns include:

Dadeville, AL

As the largest city in the county, Dadeville serves as the governmental and commercial center. Major employers include the Tallapoosa County school system and Dadeville City Schools.

Dadeville hosts several annual festivals like the Peanut Butter Festival each October and the Dadeville Western Festival rodeo event. The historic downtown area offers antique shops and dining.

Alexander City, AL

With over 15,000 residents, Alexander City borders the county's southeastern edge. It offers outdoor recreation at Lake Martin and job opportunities with Russell Corporation's textile manufacturing facilities.

Points of interest include the Alabama Power Company Plant E.C. Gaston and the Swayback Bridge Trail hiking the historic Kowaliga Bridge.

New Site, AL

Located along Highway 49, New Site has a population of about 1,000. New Site holds the annual Peach Festival each June showcasing Tallapoosa County's peach-growing industry.

Other attractions include the Uncle Sambo's Putt-Putt golf course and the New Site branch of the Tom Bevill Library System.

Camp Hill, AL

Camp Hill lies near the Georgia border and has approximately 1,000 residents. The area holds rich Native American history as the former site of the Hickory Ground tribal town.

Popular events include the annual Camp Hill Black History Month Celebration.

Tallapoosa County's small towns showcase Alabama's natural beauty and agricultural traditions. Along with larger Dadeville, they offer southern charm and varied attractions.

All Tallapoosa County Cities (Aphebetical)

List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Tallapoosa County.

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City Name Title Population
Alexander City City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA 14,142
Camp Hill Town in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, United States 934
City of Alexander City City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA 14,876
Dadeville City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, United States 3,007
Daviston Town of the United States 203
Goldville Town in Tallapoosa County, Alabama 54
Jacksons' Gap Town 822
New Site Town 755

County Cities on Map (8)

Alabama Counties (67)

Jefferson County (655,342) Mobile County (412,716) Madison County (379,453) Baldwin County (229,287) Montgomery County (224,639) Shelby County (221,428) Tuscaloosa County (210,758) Lee County (166,831) Morgan County (119,883) Calhoun County (113,469) Houston County (106,580) Etowah County (102,371) Limestone County (102,228) Marshall County (96,990) Lauderdale County (93,368) Saint Clair County (90,739) Cullman County (84,515) Elmore County (82,158) Talladega County (79,985) DeKalb County (71,658) Walker County (63,143) Russell County (58,237) Blount County (57,879) Autauga County (56,145) Colbert County (55,411) Coffee County (53,230) Jackson County (51,582) Dale County (48,959) Chilton County (44,397) Tallapoosa County (40,133) Covington County (36,930) Escambia County (36,281) Dallas County (36,098) Pike County (32,966) Chambers County (32,865) Lawrence County (32,857) Franklin County (31,507) Marion County (29,703) Geneva County (26,411) Cherokee County (26,294) Barbour County (24,589) Winston County (23,508) Clarke County (23,291) Randolph County (22,920) Bibb County (22,136) Monroe County (20,459) Pickens County (19,793) Butler County (19,504) Marengo County (18,733) Macon County (17,895) Henry County (17,223) Fayette County (16,241) Washington County (15,976) Cleburne County (14,967) Hale County (14,670) Lamar County (13,764) Crenshaw County (13,681) Clay County (13,112) Choctaw County (12,418) Sumter County (12,225) Conecuh County (11,851) Coosa County (10,650) Wilcox County (10,206) Bullock County (9,976) Lowndes County (9,641) Perry County (8,687) Greene County (7,990)