Plantersville is an unincorporated place in Alabama, United States. It is within Dallas County and lies close to the region's border with Autauga and Chilton regions. Plantersville was named for the nearby cotton grower and ranches. The first name of the town was Corinth. It was situated on the banks of Big Mulberry Creek, on an Indian trail driving from Huntsville to Cahaba. The region was a most loved chasing and angling ground for the Indians. The post office was built in 1867 with Zip code 36758.
In 2014, Plantersville has a population of approximately 1,941 and it has had a population growth of 76.29 percent since 2000. Average travel time is 25 minutes. The National Average is 26 minutes.