Phenix City in Lee and Russell counties in Alabama is home to around 33,000 people. It is the county seat of Russell County and is sometimes called "Hub City" because it lies west of the much larger city of Columbus in Georgia. It was named by BusinessWeek as the country's Best Affordable Suburb to raise a family in 2007. So why not visit the city and discover its lovely attractions with a charter bus in Phenix City, Alabama?
The Central Activity Center is where you can take part in community and special events as well as catch shows. You can also check out the Phenix City Amphitheater, located along the banks of the Chattahoochee River and adjacent to the historic Dillingham Street Bridge. The intimate and cozy 3,000-seat amphitheater hosts special events, concerts, performances, and civic functions.
You can also go to the Museum of Wonder where you can see art, artifacts and curiosities from all over Alabama and from around the world.
Perhaps you would also like to visit the Phenix City-Russell County Library.
Get on a charter bus in Phenix City, Alabama and learn more about the city's glorious past by visiting its various historical attractions. For one, there's Fort Mitchell Historic Site, which was built by troops under General John Floyd. Floyd's army was one of the three forces sent by the U.S. to subdue the Red Stick movement in the Creek Nation.
The city has several national historic districts, too, where you can see a concentration of old, well-preserved structures. There's the Brownville-Summerville Historic District, the Girard Historic District, the Kid Alley Residential Historic District, the Lower Twentieth Street Residential Historic District, the Smith Residential Historic District, the Snow Valley Residential Historic District, and the Upper Twentieth Street Residential Historic District.
The city also has several historic houses that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These houses are: Brooks-Hughes House, Floyd-Newsome House, Morgan-Curtis House, and Shapre-Monte House.
Other sites on the register are Fort No. 5 and Girard High School.
There are many places in the city where kids can play and run around, where the entire family can have a picnic, and where children and grown-ups can engage in recreational activities.
For one, there's 5th Street South Sports Complex, which has a family size pool, basketball and tennis courts, and a lighted soccer field. Then there are parks like Idle Hour Park, Lakewood Park, Southside Park, Meadowlane Park, and Austin Sumbry Park. These parks have amenities and features like picnic areas, playgrounds, jogging and walking trails, ball fields, basketball courts, and open spaces.
You can also go to the Phenix City RiverWalk, which is preserved with most of its natural environment. It has a 200-foot bridge, observation decks, a winding path, trails, and other amenities.
You can get on a charter bus in Phenix City, Alabama and tee off at Lakewood Golf Course, an 18-hole golf course on the rolling hills of northern Phenix City.
If you want spectator sports, you can head to the Garrett-Harrison Stadium, a high school stadium where you can watch football games.
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