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The Town of Pine Apple

The Town of Pine Apple

The town of Pine Apple is located 20 miles East of Camden on Alabama Highway #10 and 20 miles West of Greenville from exit 128 off Interstate I-65. The town was founded in 1825 and incorporated by an act of the Alabama Legislature on February 24, 1872. The population of Pine Apple is approximately 150.

The Town of Pine Apple which includes Moore Academy was declared a National Historic District in 1999. Town events include The Front Porch Tour and Hunter Appreciation Day Festival. The Alumni of Moore Academy reunite annually on the first Saturday in May.

The town is supported by Pine Apple Promotions, Inc. an active service league dedicated to the beautification and preservation of Pine Apple and its history.

Pine Apple is widely known as a deer and turkey hunting Mecca. Local Hunting lodges offer hunts that include meals and lodging. The town park features an historic log cabin, walking area, gazebo with a swing, and a pavilion with picnic tables and a grill. A public tennis court is located across from the town park. A walking trail is located at the Pine Apple Rural Health Clinic on County Road 59. This is also the site of Mary’s Food and Fashion and a laundromat. Mary’s Food and Fashion offers meals and short order options. The thrift store offers a wide variety of fashions and household items.

Pine Apple Grocery offers food, gas, hardware, fishing bait and other convenience store items. An ATM is located in the store.

Pine Apple has a Mayor and Town Council. All members are elected at large. The town owns and operates its own water system. The Pine Apple Volunteer Fire Department is very active and provides coverage and first responder service to a large portion of East Wilcox County. The Pine Apple Public Library is located in the VFD building next to the Town Hall.

Visit Pine Apple….. The home of Friendship, Southern hospitality and Welcome!

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