Lake in Aldridge Botanical Gardens Aldridge Gardens is a 30-acre (121,000 m²) garden, prominently featuring hydrangeas, located on the former Aldridge Estate in Hoover, Alabama, United States. Local nurseryman Eddie Aldridge purchased the property from the Coxe family in 1977 as a residence.
Shelby County and the Shelby County Board of Education purchased the property that is now Heardmont Park from the City of Hoover. The park was funded by a Foundation consisting of the County, the Shelby County Board of Education, area athletic boosters and concerned citizens.
Set atop its throne for the past half century, The Chair King has established itself as a leading casual furniture retailer in the state of Texas. The family-run company, with about 20 stores in Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas, sells midpriced to high-end indoor (wicker, rattan, and leather) and outdoor furniture (aluminum, cast aluminum, wrought iron, resin, teak, wicker) and related accessories.
He allowed Maggie to bring Glen along as her advisor. Soon, on a Army Blackhawk helicopter bound for Hoover Dam, she and Glen found themselves with two teenagers, Sam Witwicky and Mikaela Banes. Attempting to break the ice, Sam initiated conversation, prompting Maggie to ask him why the government got them.
McCallum Park Location & Directions – 3332 Rosemary Lane the end of Rosemary Lane, which is connected to Rocky Ridge Road, Vestavia Hills, AL 35243. Features – A passive park with pavilions, trails, restrooms, and an open field that caters to lazy days at the park.
Preserve Rules signs are currently posted at various trail heads around Moss Rock Preserve. Please read them as you enter and follow them as you enjoy your time in the park. Visitors are encouraged to report any and all violations of Moss Rock's rules to the Hoover Police Department at 205-822-5300.
Oak Mountain Ampthitheatre formerly known as the Verizon Wireless Music Center and is located in Pelham, Alabama. The Oak Mountain Amphitheatre is the largest outdoor amphitheater in Alabama, and has three tiers of reserved seating with a capacity of 10,500.
Some went as far as to support Roosevelt. As Hoover’s presidency was now defined by the Great Depression, his political attacks on Roosevelt did not convince the voters. Neither was the Republican candidate himself particularly appealing. Hoover’s reportedly grim personality contrasted with Roosevelt’s optimism and confidence.
This park has a large playground, picnic tables, restroom facilities, and four lighted tennis courts. It is located behind Green Valley Elementary School. From Highway 31. Turn onto Deo Dara Drive across the highway from the Hoover Commons Shopping Center. Take a left onto Thornton Drive. Follow the road behind Green Valley Elementary School.
Come Fly with us this SUMMER at Sky Zone Hoover with several passes to choose from! Includes 1 hour of jumping per day/per person (SkyFit and Glow included). For all passes (excluding Daily) you will also enjoy 10% off all Merchandise and concessions, as well as 10% off Birthday Parties.
Noah Hoover, President Hoover's great-uncle, established this mill site in the 1840's. He operated the mill with a 27' wooden waterwheel and ran three sets of buhrstones. The present mill is a reproduction of the original Hoover Mill. Don Theis restored the present mill building in 1976.