Fulton is a town of 350 located on Highway 178 a few miles off Highway 43. Established in 1896, the town sprang up around the railroad and Scotch lumber mill, both of which are still located in the heart of town today.
The fire department competition team has won several state titles, and they host several events including an annual singing on the first Saturday in October.
Fulton has a medical clinic and one bank, First United Security.
A new lighted walking trail is under construction, and a new ball field is being built behind the old school; it will include a batting cage. At the center of town is the pavilion erected in memory of Dr. Jack L. Dozier. Here residents can enjoy being at the heart of the activity in Fulton while still hearing the lulling waters of nearby Bassett’s Creek as it passes through town.
|Interstate 65 (South)||84 miles|
|Interstate 65 (North)||50 miles|
|Interstate 59 (East & West)||80 miles|
|US Highway 43||2 miles|
|US Highway 84||9.5 miles|