From Paint Rock Valley to the Appalachian Mountains and amongst the shores of Lake Guntersville, more than 52,000 people call Jackson County home.
The largest city in Jackson County has several new developments underway. Located on Lake Guntersville halfway between Chattanooga and Huntsville is home to Unclaimed Baggage Center and Goose Pond Colony Resort.
Home to a Google data center, rich in cultural history ranging from the Russell Cave National Monument, Bridgeport Depot Museum, and a major stop on the Trail of Tears motorcycle ride, with a walking bridge over the Tennessee River.
Situated along Lake Guntersville, Stevenson has a rich history including Fort Harker and the Railroad Depot.
The town of Hollywood is a charming lakeside community and home to the new state-of-the-art Jackson County Innovation & Career Center within the Hollywood Industrial Park.
Located close to the Tennessee border, this is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Home to more than 60,000 acres of public hunting land, known for its white tail deer and turkey and just five miles from the Walls of Jericho.
Situated on Lake Guntersville, this small town has incredible views and beautiful campgrounds.
Located on top of Sand Mountain among the Appalachian foothills, boasting Pisgah Gorge Falls, Meek’s Gin and spectacular views at Gorham’s Bluff.
In the growing town of Section, people enjoy a small-town way of life with one of the most stunning views overlooking the Tennessee River Valley.
With a population of around 1,000, Skyline offers residents a suburban rural mix with most residents owning their homes.
As the oldest town in Jackson County, Woodville is nestled in-between Scottsboro and Huntsville.