Anniston is located near the major metro areas of Atlanta, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama, and is convenient to numerous other smaller cities. The city has plentiful outdoor recreational activities including national forests, state parks and lakes, several vibrant historic districts and fun festivals and events throughout the year.
Dothan, Alabama is a growing city and thriving community was built around landmarks of the past and prides itself on the friendliness and southern hospitality. Agriculture is especially important to the Dothan community. Dothan's location has made it a destination for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare, and retail. There are four colleges within 50 miles for those wanting to expand their education.
Enterprise, Alabama has been named one of the best places to live in America by several national publications, including Money Magazine. It has integrated its small town togetherness with urban vitality and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Enterprise’s school system is ranked in the top 10 statewide, and boasts one junior college, Enterprise-Ozark Community College. Enterprise is located 2 hours west of the Florida Panhandle and 3.5 hours from the western Georgia border.
Fort Payne, AL
Named one of the ‘best small towns’ in America, Fort Payne, Alabama combines cozy Southern charm with an outstanding natural environment. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians and the shadow of Lookout Mountain, Fort Payne is home to magnificent natural attractions.
Riverview Regional Medical Center is centrally located in downtown Gadsden adjacent to Moragne Park and the Coosa River. The area offers a majestic landscape, beautiful mountains and crystal clear lakes.
Monroeville, the inspiration for the town in To Kill a Mockingbird and home to several notable writers, is considered the “Literary Capital of America”. Over 400 structures in the historic downtown are on “The National Register of Historic Places”. Monroeville has its own airport, with plans to expand in the near future, and an exciting rails-to-trails project is currently underway in north Monroe County.
Bentonville, Arkansas has transformed itself from a sleepy small town to a bustling center of commerce and innovative entrepreneurialism. The residents enjoy a thriving downtown with exceptional shopping and dining venues, and an excellent school system. Bentonville has received recognition by WalletHub as "The Best 50 Small Cities and Towns in America" and "Top 10 Places for Families" by Livability.
Blytheville is located in the northeast corner of the state, just an hour's drive from Memphis. Initially established as a lumber mill town in the 1880's, Blytheville has emerged as a steel production center and a strong agri-business.
Located in Northwest Arkansas and 1.5 hours from Little Rock, Clarksville is within miles of thousands of acres of national forestland, the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, and the Arkansas River. Part of the Arkansas River Valley Tri-Peaks Region, residents and visitors enjoy exploring the four premier state parks, boating and fishing on Lake Dardanelle, browsing through the Museum of Automobiles, and touring the region's wineries.
Conway, Arkansas is home to three institutions of higher education, making the city's population relatively young and well educated. Conway's strong community spirit, high-performing schools and colleges, family friendly recreation, and vibrant economy continue to attract visitors, residents, and businesses to the city. A majority of the residents do not commute out of the city for work. Conway is about half an hour north of Little Rock and about 2 and half hours west of Memphis, Tennessee.