Kountry Air RV Park - A Great Place to Stay for a Day, Week or Month!
Kountry Air RV Park is centrally located in the River Heritage Region of Alabama
The Heart of Dixie!
 
Rich in history and lots of great outdoor recreation and sports!

















The 12th Annual Fountain City Arts Festival 
Saturday, April 1, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Pratt Park in Downtown Prattville, Alabama. 

This fine arts festival features an Artists Village with a variety of hand crafted and custom designed items from fine art paintings, to woodcarvings, photography, clay sculpture, handmade soap, and much more. A Writers Village will feature local and regional writers with books for children, books for adults, books of photography, and everything in between. A Traditional Crafts area will feature demonstrations of basket weaving, gemstone polishing, fiber arts, and more.

In the Children’s Creative Canopy, children will create free hands-on art projects both collaboratively and individually with artist Charlie Lucas, photographer Keith Farrar, and members of the Prattauga Art Guild.
Festival entertainment will include performances by Bama Breeze, Gypsy Cornbread, interactive children’s entertainer Sir Crazy Pants, the Prattville Pops, Community Chorus, and the Way Off Broadway Theatre. Make a day of it and grab something to eat in the food vendor area and have a picnic by the pond after the kids have had their fun on the inflatables or the playground. Admission to the Festival is free and this event is open to the public.


U S Air Force Thunderbirds at Maxwell Airforce Base, Montgomery
April 8, 2017
For more info:  afthunderbirds.com


April 20th and 21st @ Doster Center.
This year’s theme is A Painless Opera. The cost is $25 per person.Space is limited, so make your reservations early.




2017 BASS PRO SHOPS CRAPPIE MASTERS TOURNAMENT
DATE 
May 5, 6 2017
Late Fee Applies After 
April 22, 2017
LOCATION
Prattville, Alabama

KIDS FISHING RODEO
Saturday, May 6
Pratt Park
 256 Doster Road, Prattville, AL 36067
Ages 15 and Under
Registration 8-9:00am, Fishing 9-10:30am

For more information:  www.crappiemasters.net

 
City Fest
Historic Downtown Prattville
Friday, May 12 and Saturday May 13
Arts & Crafts, Food, Children's Activities
334-365-7392 or mcolvert@prattvillechamber.com

National Kids to Parks Day  Saturday, May 21
Mayor’s Bike Ride9:45 a.m.–Upper Kingston Park to Pratt Park
Touch-A-Truck10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.–Pratt Park by Stanley-Jensen Stadium

 
Tour Buena Vista, an 1820's antebellum mansion.
Open to the public on Tuesday from 10am to 2pm

Prattville - The Fountain City
Visit Prattville's artesian drinking wells.
Fill up your bottles and jugs.  
Right behind the Prattaugan Museum and at Heritage Park.

Creative Arts Center
Permanent exhibits.  Also offers classes & workshops.
334-595-0854

For more information on Prattville events call 334-595-0854


Alabama Wildlife Federation - Alabama Nature Center

Cooking on the Wild Side with Chef Johnson
Sat, Oct 29, starts at 11:30am. Call for exact time and length.
Come ready to watch Chef Johnson prepare a dish, taste a couple of delicious dishes 
and even take home the recipes to try yourself!
Register online, limited space
1-800-822-9453

Thursday Night Events for the family  5:30pm to 8pm

NaturePlex open Monday - Saturday 9-5pm

A wonderful place to visit - a short 20 minute drive from Kountry Air RV Park
Check out their website at alabamawildlife.org

3050 Lanark Road | Millbrook, AL 36054 | Toll Free - 1.800.822.9453 | Email - awf@alabamawildlife.org
From Exit 179 off I-65 (Prattville/Millbrook)   Turn right (go east) on Cobbs Ford Road approximately ¼ mile and turn left on Edgewood Drive (first paved road to the left past Chevron). At the “T” in the road, go right approximately ½ mile and turn left onto Lanark Road.





Check out local events in Old Town Alabama in Montgomery
or

Riverfront Park, splash pad, concerts, river boat ride...


Montgomery Gem Car tours
Call 334-538-6383 By reservation only ~ $20/person
Personal guided 90 minute tour encompasses a 
13 mile route through Montgomery




7th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner and Campfire in the Kountry Air


 Thursday, November 23, 2017 at 2 pm
 
We'll be cooking
Turkey
Dressing
Candied Yams
Cranberry Jello Salad
Hot Cider, Hot Chocolate
Dessert

Bring a chair, your appetite
and a casserole for 6-8 people. 


Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
 

Prattville is known as the "Fountain City" for its pure artesian wells.  Fill up your water bottles and stroll along the Creek Walk and Daniel Pratt Historic District with its quaint restaurants and stores.
 
 
Feel like floating down or playing in Autauga Creek with the kids?  Launch your canoe, kayak or float and paddle down the lower section of Autauga Creek.  Entry is right behind the City Hall in the Daniel Pratt Historic District of Prattville.  It's part of the Alabama Scenic River Trail! 
  
For the more adventurous, launch at Prattville Paddlesports, just a few minutes down the road from Kountry Air RV Park.  They rent kayaks and canoes and also offer shuttle service, all for a reasonable price.  Call 334-361-3988 for more info.  For more information on the Autauga Creek Canoe Trail, conditions, water levels and events, check out their website at www.autaugacreek.org.
 

Prattville is very rich in history and played a significant role in the Industrial Revolution. Visit the Prattaugan Museum and Heritage Center, 102 E. Main St.  334-361-0961.  The volunteer docents will give you a delightful tour of local history.  The Buena Vista House, circa 1830, is located on County Road 4 and is open on Tuesdays for tours or by appointment.  A step back in history!

Don't miss the Wilderness Park on Upper Kingston Road.  Walk among the giant bamboo and bird watch in this unique park.

Pratt Park has a community swimming pool and Splash Park open 8am to dusk daily.  Great fun for the kids.

FISHING 
Recreational bass fishing and national bass pro series tournaments are held near-by on the Alabama River.
There are two boat launches close by. 
Cooter's Pond Boat Launch, a quick 14 miles from here (2 signal lights) and Swift Creek Landing, 11 miles from here.  Both are convenient places to launch your boat and head out to the Alabama River.  Stop by to pick up your copy of the Alabama Bass Trail Map.  Good luck on catching the big one!
If rest and relaxation is your fishing style, try our local Autauga Creek.  Just 5 minutes from Kountry Air RV Park. Enter off Country Road 10 at our Adopt A Stream, Bridge Creek Crossing location.  Look for our sign!

GOLFING
Just 15 minutes away is world class golfing on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail - Capitol Hill.  Swing your clubs by day and enjoy a relaxing campfire after the day is done.  

HUNTING
There are hunting areas within a short drive from Kountry Air RV Park.  We are your ideal base camp.  Bring your own RV or rent one of our well equipped trailer rentals for the hunting season.  Call us today!

BIRD WATCHING 
Birds 002 Bird watching starts right here at Kountry Air RV Park.  Every morning, the birds anxiously wait for Don to come out and feed them around 8am.  We have lots of Cardinals, Wrens, Blue Jays, Woodpeckers, Doves and many more feathered friends.  The early morning air is filled with beautiful bird songs.  Please come join us on the pool porch for Kountry Air bird watching anytime.
Other places to bird watch is Cooter's Pond or spend the day following the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail - Crater Loop Trail.  Check out the map in the Kountry Air RV Park Office.  The Autauga Blue Bird Trail is close by too.
Cooter's Pond Park also hosts a See, Pick and Eat Nut Park, Dog Park, and Boat Launch.  A great place for a picnic.



 
 
 






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