Blount County Alabama Map

This county was formed in 1818, and named in honor of Governor Wm. G. Blount, of Tennessee. It is noted for the abundance of its minerals, the diversity of its soils, the variety of its productions, and mineral waters. In its progress, it is keeping pace with the surrounding counties, and is ranked among the best in the State. Its area is 700 square miles.

Jack Cole Road Most Haunted in Alabama

Covered bridge over Mulberry Fork or Black Warrior River straddling the Cullman and Blount County line south of Arab, Alabama.

Hayden, Blount County, Alabama: Jack Cole Road is an unpaved road surrounded by dense woods and wilderness off Highway 7 in Blount County. Since 1890, 68 deaths. The next time you find yourself passing through Hayden, Alabama and come to Jack Cole Road, you might want to pass on by. Many strange and grisly happenings are still reported.

Historical Sites in Blount County Alabama

Old Barn on Cold Winter Day. Blount County near Blountsville. Submitted by Tyler Cantrell

Blount County contains 643 square miles. The Warrior coal field is located in Blount County. From 1818 to 1889, Blountsville served as the county seat. An election that year resulted in its transfer to Oneonta. Other towns and communities include Bangor, Blount Springs, Liberty, and Cleveland.