Limestone Correctional Facility

Limestone Correctional Facility is an Alabama Department of Corrections state prison for men located in Harvest, Limestone County, Alabama.[1] Opened in October 1984 and with a capacity of 2086 prisoners, Limestone is the largest prison in the Alabama state system. This institution is classified as a maximum security correctional facility. Limestone and the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women were the two Alabama state prisons in which HIV positive inmates were segregated, a practice that Alabama and South Carolina claimed stopped the spread of the virus and lowered overall medical costs.[2][3] On December 21, 2012, U.S. District Court Justice Myron Herbert Thompson found that the segregation violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.[4] The prison operates a farming and cattle operation on its surrounding 1,600 acres (650 ha) of land.

Limestone Correctional Facility Contact Details

Address: 28779 NICK DAVIS RD, Limestone, AL
City: HARVEST
Zip: 35749
Phone 1: 256-233-4600
Type: State Prison

Mailing to Inmates and Staff

Inmate Visiting Days and Hours

Day of Week Hours
Saturday 7:30am to 1:30pm
Sunday 7:30am to 1:30pm