These are difficult times in America right now. After an unspeakable act of evil perpetrated by a deranged, drug-addled, and self-proclaimed “white supremacist”, there has been a wave of “cultural cleansing”, aimed at every vestige of the Confederacy, especially against our ancestors who fought that War with astonishing courage against overwhelming odds.

Even though a strong majority of the American people support our position that the flag is a symbol of heritage, not hate, this anti-Southern hysteria has reached a fever pitch. Politicians, the “mainstream” media and major corporate lackies have all quickly and hypocritically pounced on our beloved ancestors as a scapegoat for our country’s racial ills, which date back to the first European colonizations and involved every colony and state of our early republic.


Y’all come on in and make yourselves at home in Hazzard County.

 Welcome to Cooter’s Place, the headquarters of Hazzard Nation, and all things Hazzard. You’ll find Dukes merchandise, appearance schedules for Ben Jones and other Dukes of Hazzard cast members, Dukes News, autographed gifts, music and fun here at

Be sure to check out our Upcoming Events for fun things to do this summer.

Checkout the General Store & order your favorite Dukes of Hazzard merchandise. There are T-shirts, Hats, Toys, DVDs, CDs, Photos, and Dixie Air Horns. Ben “Cooter” Jones would be happy to autograph your purchases. Just select the “autograph” link when your purchase an item (Please allow at least 2 weeks for autographed items to be shipped).


October 24th “Hazzard Run 2015″ With Special Guest “Deputy Enos Strate” Nashville to Gatlinburg


JAMES BEST – Beloved as Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane


HICKORY, N.C., April 6, 2015—James Best, the actor best known for his portrayal of bumbling yet endearing Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane on TV’s “The Dukes of Hazzard,” died at 9:28 p.m. ET Monday after a brief illness and complications of pneumonia. He was 88.

The youngest of eight brothers and a sister, James was born Jewel Franklin Guy in hardscrabble Powderly, Ky., on July 26, 1926, to parents Lena Mae Everly Guy (sister of Ike Everly, who was father of musical legends Don and Phil) and Larkin Jasper Guy. After spending a short time in an orphanage following his mother’s death in 1929, the young boy was adopted by Essa and Armen Best and moved with them to their home in Corydon, Ind.


Music from Cooter and the Band


Hazzard County Music from Cooter’s Garage Band. Listen and purchase your favorite music from Cooter and the band. Find it right here  on Cooter's Jukebox