Some of the cities, towns, and places in Jackson County are Baileytown, Bass, Bellefonte, Bolivar, Bridgeport, Bryant, Card Switch, Dutton, Estillfork, Fackler, Flat Rock, Francisco, Gorham's Bluff, Higdon, Hollytree, Hollywood, Hytop, Langston, Larkin, Larkinsville, Liberty Hill, Lim Rock, Little Nashville, Long Island, Paint Rock, Pikeville, Pisgah, Pleasant Groves, Princeton, Rash, Rosalie, Scottsboro, Section, Skyline, Stevenson, Swaim, Trenton, Woodville
Jackson County is the northeasternmost county in the U.S. state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population was 53,227. The county seat is Scottsboro. The county was named for Andrew Jackson, general in the United States Army and afterward President of the United States of America. Jackson County is a prohibition or dry county, but three cities within the county (Bridgeport, Scottsboro, and Stevenson) are "wet", allowing alcohol sales. Jackson County comprises the Scottsboro, AL Micropolitan Statistical Area. This is included in the Chattanooga-Cleveland-Dalton, TN-GA-AL Combined Statistical Area. It is the site of Russell Cave National Monument, an archeological site with evidence of 8,000 years of human occupation in the Southeast.