City Breaks Ground On Park, Includes RV Sites (1/11/2019)

Story by Ben Quiggle

The city of Albertville, Ala., officially broke ground on its $58 million, 129-acre Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater Thursday (Jan. 10) afternoon, according to The Sand Mountain Reporter.

Chambless said the 129-acre park would encompass 50 buildings, 15 fields, a 9,000-seat capacity amphitheater and a 103,000-square-foot recreation center that will include four basketball courts, four to six volleyball courts, fitness areas, concessions, wet and dry locker rooms and conference rooms.

Adjacent to the recreation center will be an outdoor pool area that includes playgrounds, pools and a lazy river water feature.

Other additions to the park included four miles of walking and biking trails, an RV park and a dog park.

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