Confederate War Memorial

This impressive but somber monument, located on the corner of Main Street and Monument Drive, is a reminder of Millbrook’s southern heritage.

William Wyatt Bibb Cemetery

Bibb became Alabama’s first governor in 1819.  At the age of 39, he was thrown from a horse on his plantation and four months later died from the fall.  He is buried in the family cemetery at Coosada.

Coosada Town Hall

In the Coosada Town Hall, there is an impressive display of Indian artifacts and arrowheads found in the area.  Locating next to the Alabama River, the Indians of “Coosawda” lived peaceably in the area for many years.

Throughout the Millbrook area, visitors and residents will find a variety of fun activities: fishing, driving ranges, boating, and hunting.  

The Pines

The Pines, an 18-hole landscaped golf course located in Millbrook and Prattville’s Capitol Hill Golf Course, part of the nationally acclaimed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail are also in West Elmore County.


Memorial Park Complex

Memorial Park Complex is home to the Millbrook-Coosada Memorial Center and memorial area, Millbrook Civic Center, and the Millbrook Men's Club Pavilion-the home of succulent camp stew and barbeque each Fourth of July and Labor Day.  Kids' Kingdom, a children's wonderland that was built by volunteers, Millbrook's City Library, and the Elmore County Probate Judge Satellite Office are also located in this area adjacent to the Village Green Park.  The complex is located on Park Circle off Grandview Road.


Millbrook Softball Complex

The Millbrook Softball Complex located on Park Circle adjacent to Memorial Park, offers four softball fields a two-story press box and concession stand.


Village Green Park

Village Green Park is at the intersection of Main Street and Grandview Road.  This tree-shaded park serves as a gathering place for concerts, weddings, raft fairs, barbeques, and much more.  The park features a gazebo, covered stage, and quarter-mile walking trail along Mill Creek that is enjoyed by many residents throughout the year.


Mill Creek Sports Complex

Mill Creek Sports Complex is located at the end of Shirley Lane. The complex offers six baseball fields for use by Dixie Youth Baseball and a paved walking trail encircles the park.  A pavilion is available for social gatherings.




Robinson Springs Park 

Robinson Springs Park is the birthplace of Robinson Springs, an area of Millbrook.  This passive park features an attractive water fountain and retention area to capture fresh spring water that comes from, an aquifer that is a source of the 'springs'.  The park has a gazebo, picnic tables, and sitting areas for your enjoyment.  It is located on Monument Drive between Main Street and Alabama Highway 14.


Legacy Park

Legacy Park, the city's newest park, is located on Deatsville Highway north of Alabama Highway 14 and provides a lighted football field, covered pavilion, walking/bicycle trail (motorized vehicles are not allowed) and a modular building is available for social events or meetings.


Grandview Family YMCA

Recreational opportunities, in addition to City facilities, include the Grandview Family YMCA and Conference Center, a 65-acre fun-fest offering hiking, picnicking, canoeing, horseback riding, swimming, and a health gymnasium.  More information about these facilities can be obtained by the link provided below for their website or they can be reached at  334.290.9622.


Alabama Wildlife Federation

The home office of the ALABAMA WILDLIFE FEDERATION is located in Millbrook.  The Alabama Nature Center at AWF offers miles of hiking trails, educational events for students, and rental of a large outdoor pavilion.  More information about these facilities can be obtained by the link provided below for their website or they can be reached at 334.285.4550.


Historical Landmarks

Memorial Center located on Grandview Road.  A community project dedicated as a living memorial to the boys who lost their lives in the service of their country during World War II and to Mary Sue Berry Cobb for her faithful community service.

Robinson Springs United Methodist Church

One of the oldest churches in the area, the sanctuary was completed in 1845.  The hand-hewn pews, wooden cross behind the altar, ornately carved altar rail, and slave gallery is maintained in their original condition.

Historical Homes

While driving around the Millbrook area you are bound to see some of the area’s most beautiful plantation style homes.  Some of the best-known historical homes include the following: Millbrook’s history began around 1818 when Bolling Hall, a friend of William Wyatt Bibb, built Ellerslie, the first permanent home in the area.  This one and a half story house with large verandas was the first to have glass windowpanes in the Alabama territory.  Archibald McKeithen built Thornfield; the areas second permanent home.  Today, this home is hidden by trees with no part visible from the road except the stone columns that mark the entrance where a sign bears its name.  The Elms, built in 1836 by Absalom Jackson, is the largest remaining home of that era still standing today.  The home is two-story with Egyptian and Greek architectural influences.  The Elms operated as a cotton plantation for 100 years and covered 16,000 acres.  Across the street from The Elms is the Jackson-Marvel house, the house dates back to 1890 and has been fully restored.  These homes are not open to the public.