Explore all that Cullman County has to Offer!

Cullman County covers 743 square miles of land on the Cumberland Plateau, much of it devoted to agricultural pursuits and has a population of over 73,000.

Some of those people were born here and come by their love of Cullman County naturally, while others are transplanted from locales spanning the globe, choosing to live and work here because they have been charmed by the pastoral beauty of the land and the friendly, easygoing nature of its people.

Ranking among the highest nationally and regionally in poultry, and agriculture production, Cullman County is also known for its school systems and parks, which are among the best in the state. A small-town feel and pleasant gentility are present in most all we do here. Everyone from the hard-working farmers to the business and industry leaders will tell you Cullman County is a special place.

Cullman County Communities

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Blount County

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City of Cullman

City of Cullman The City of Cullman overflows with ... Learn More

Dodge City

Located in the southern portion of Cullman County just off ... Learn More

Fairview

Known for its farming and agriculture, Fairview is ... Learn More

Good Hope

Located just off Interstate 65 at Exit 304, Good Hope and ... Learn More

Hanceville

Cullman County’s second largest municipality, with a ... Learn More

Holly Pond

Located on the eastern side of Cullman County, Holly Pond ... Learn More

Jefferson County

Birmingham and surrounding areas. Learn More

Morgan County

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Smith Lake

Smith Lake is known for its exceptional year-round ... Learn More

Vinemont

Located in the northern portion of Cullman County, ... Learn More

West Point

Located in North West portion of Cullman County, West ... Learn More

Winston County

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