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town of Clayhatchee

Welcome to the town of Clayhatchee

Clayhatchee is located in southwest Dale County, in the southeast corner of the state. It was incorporated in April 1967. Home to just over 570 residents, it is part of the Ozark Micropolitan Statistical Area. Clayhatchee maintains a community center and one municipal park, which was built in 1975.