Introduction to Millbrook, Alabama
Millbrook, Alabama, in Elmore county, is 7 miles NW of Montgomery, Alabama (center to center) and 144 miles SW of Atlanta, Georgia. The city is considered part of the Montgomery metropolitan area. Millbrook has a population of 10,386.
During the post World War I and pre World War II periods, the communities of Millbrook, Coosada, and Robinson Springs began to evolve into populated growing communities complete with schools, churches, and rail transportation. These three communities were later referred to as the Tri-Community. Millbrook was incorporated as a city in 1977.
Millbrook and nearby Attractions
- Mann Wildlife Learning Museum
- Prattaugan Museum & Archives
- Montgomery Zoo
- Trico Shopping Center
- Williamsons Lake
- Peoples Historical Museum
Things To Do In Millbrook
The city offers great opportunities for golfers at The Pines Golf Club. There are several parks in the city. The Memorial Center Park is a 15-acre park complex that is home to the Village Green, a passive recreation area that serves as a gathering place for family outings, barbecues, craft fair, and concerts. Municipal Park is a five-acre complex located downtown and has lighted tennis courts and a lighted football practice field. Baseball facilities are available at the Mill Creek Sports Complex which has six baseball fields and two batting cages.
Montgomery Regional Airport (Dannelly Field) is the nearest airport to the city
Millbrook Higher Education
Higher education is available at Community College of the Air Force, Faulkner University, and Alabama State University.