About Ohatchee Alabama

Sitting on the banks of the Talladega Creek in western Calhoun County is the small town of Ohatchee, AL. With a population of just over 1,200 people, it is a close-knit community with a rich history. The town was founded in 1836 and named after a nearby Native American village. In the late 1800s, Ohatchee became a thriving lumber town, and many of the historic homes and buildings in the town were built using lumber from the creek. Today, it is best known for its annual festivals and events, including the Ohatchee Indian Festival and the Ohatchee Street Fair. Visitors to Ohatchee can also enjoy hiking and biking trails, fishing and kayaking on Talladega Creek, and picnicking in one of the town’s three parks.

With its friendly people and beautiful surroundings, Ohatchee is a great place to visit any time of year!