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  • RELEASE: McClellan Development Authority Receives a $653,424.12 Grant For Lake Yahou Park Paving Upgrades

    ANNISTON, Ala—The McClellan Development Authority (MDA) will be paving the drives and parking lot at Lake Yahou Park using an asphalt mixture modified with recycled tire rubber derived from tire scraps as the recipient of a $653,424.12 grant from Alabama Department of Environmental Management. The project will be contracted to Wiregrass Construction Company, Inc. and will include a six-year evaluation from the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) at Auburn University. “We are honored to be among the first in the state of Alabama to receive this grant for rubber-modified asphalt,” said Julie Moss, MDA Executive Director. “The MDA is always looking for ways to improve Lake Yahou Park, and this grant will make a huge impact in the park’s vehicle accessibility. We’re looking forward to working with Wiregrass Construction this spring and extend many thanks to ADEM for making this opportunity possible.” The technology behind this paving project offers a host of benefits for Lake Yahou Park visitors. The tire-modified asphalt is not only environmentally conscious but also boasts reduced tire wear and a quieter, safer driving experience due to improved traction. The rubber-modified asphalt stands out amongst traditional asphalt in its durability, lasting longer and withstanding potholes and cracking. “What makes this project unique is our construction approach of using two different types of asphalt on the road,” said Brandon Owens, Vice President of Operations at Wiregrass. “One side will be paved with Superpave asphalt, while the other side will be paved with Ground Tire Rubber asphalt.” By utilizing both types of asphalt on the same main drive in and out of Lake Yahou Park, Wiregrass Construction will ensure equal traffic distribution, facilitating an accurate comparison between the two surfaces throughout NCAT’s six-year study. Carolina Rodezno, Associate Research Professor from the National Center for Asphalt Technology, said, “Projects like this [at McClellan] will allow the asphalt industry to gain experience with construction and performance to add to our knowledge base with rubber modified asphalt and support future implementation efforts.” Owens added, “At Wiregrass Construction, we believe in the importance of reusing waste materials to create a more sustainable infrastructure. We are honored to be a part of this initiative and look forward to its positive impact.” The project began February 26, 2024. The full paving process will require Lake Yahou Park to be closed for approximately four weeks, dependent on weather, and advanced notice of the closures will be given on the MDA’s Facebook page.

  • Training the Best for the Worst: A Tour Inside FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness at McClellan

    "The 'best' are our first responders, those willing to risk their lives for the safety and security of fellow Americans. The 'worst' is man-made and natural disasters that can strike anywhere, at any time," explained Richard Brewer, Director of External Affairs at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), to myself and McClellan Development Authority Executive Director Julie Moss in a large boardroom at the CDP headquarters on the morning of Tuesday, November 14, 2023. We had connected with Brewer the month before with the hopes of writing a feature piece about the CDP's national training operations which are headquartered at McClellan, but he offered something even better which we couldn't pass up—a personal tour of their campus, which began, like all organizational overviews, with an introductory presentation. The genesis of the Center for Domestic Preparedness traces back to the harrowing Sarin nerve agent attack in Tokyo by the Aum Shinrikyo terrorist cult in 1995, which spurred an overwhelming demand for civilian responder training in the United States to be prepared to handle similar crises domestically. The next year, the Nunn-Lugar-Domenici Domestic Preparedness program was started as part of the Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction Act, allowing first responders to train at the U.S. Army Chemical School at Fort McClellan. Brewer explained, "When the base was slated for closure, some very smart people suggested they keep training first responders here," and the Center for Domestic Preparedness was born. The CDP's presence at McClellan has not only repurposed many of Fort McClellan's claims to fame (like the Noble Army Hospital and former Chemical School buildings), but has also brought a $255 million annual economic impact to Calhoun County. Following the briefing, Brewer showed us a map of their campus, which comprises over 50 buildings spread across 186 acres and three primary training sites: the ARTC, COBRATF, and Noble Training Facility. The ARTC (Advanced Responder Training Complex), which is currently undergoing major upgrades and renovations, prepares responders to deal with commonplace hazards, including an industrial park, a mock subway station, and a simulated street scene with businesses. [Photos feature live training sessions at the ARTC on the simulated street scene and subway] The COBRATF (Chemical, Ordnance, Biological and Radiological Training Facility) is where civilian responders receive hands-on training to effectively respond to real-world incidents involving chemical, biological, explosive, radiological, and other hazardous materials. There, Gary Milner, Assistant Director of Training of the COBRATF walked us through the various training settings within the mock town of Fisherville, including an apartment, a bar, a commercial kitchen, and more. He also showed us the training bays where responders train with actual toxic biological materials and chemical agents to gain confidence in both their skills and the personal protective equipment they wear when responding to hazardous material incidents. The training at the COBRATF is the only of its kind in the nation, with advanced security measures and rigorous safety protocols that Milner says has helped sustain their long-standing record of zero exposures. [Photos feature live training sessions at COBRATF, a display of the various Hazmat suits used in training, and an aerial view of the mock town of Fisherville] Our tour next led us to the Noble Training Facility just past 11 am, when the mock hospital environment was in full swing, with nursing students, EMTs, instructors, and technical staff bustling about; yet the chaos was structured and intentional, and resembled everything about an operational hospital except for real-life patients. The setting of this specialized medical response training could not be more appropriate, as the facility was once the Noble Army Hospital during Fort McClellan's operation, serving everyone from privates to generals and their families for over 40 years. Today, the Noble Training Facility is the only hospital facility in the nation dedicated solely to training healthcare professionals in disaster preparedness and mass casualty response, featuring exercises with ambulances and role-players, involving more than 100 patients who must be triaged. [Photos feature live training scenarios at the Noble Training Facility, prop wounds/bodily fluids, and the room of training dummies] Since 1998, the CDP has trained more than 1,400,000 state, local, tribal, and territorial responders through various means, including 51 hands-on courses, 64 virtual instructor-led courses, 14 totally online courses, and several microlearning courses accessible via YouTube. Plus, all training is federally funded at no cost to the trainees. "It's an astounding experience to get this firsthand look of the state-of-the-art training taking place at the CDP training sites," said MDA Executive Director Julie Moss. "We are thrilled to know so many responders from across the United States visit our beautiful community to better protect the nation from disasters." We extend a huge thank you to Richard Brewer and Gary Milner for lending their time and sharing their expertise during our tour of the Center for Domestic Preparedness, as well as the 1,000+ CDP employees who spend each day 'training the best for the worst.' You can keep up with the CDP's training initiatives on their Facebook page, and learn more about their training opportunities at cdp.dhs.gov/training.

  • McClellan Sports & Outdoors Opens with Sporting Goods Gifts for Everyone on Your Christmas List

    Just in the (Saint) Nick of time! McClellan Sports & Outdoors, the retail portion of Team Sports, is now open at 135 Exchange Ave, Anniston, AL with premiere sporting goods gifts for any age athlete, coaches, referees, and sport moms. You can find everything from golf polos, toddler sneakers, baseball bats, workout wear, backpacks, Maui Jim sunglasses, adorable earrings, and more inside their bright, spacious storefront. Team Sports' roots trace back 15 years ago to Smith's Sports in Anniston, when they first established their specialty in screen printing and embroidering team gear and uniforms. When Team Sports moved to McClellan in late 2020, the new owners knew it was the right time to finally pursue retail alongside their main services, and McClellan Sports & Outdoors was born. With a modern, wood facade and cast iron logo, the new retail store stands out from the Team Sports brand with a unique and welcoming identity all its own. "By moving here, we hope to get plugged into the community," co-owner Kristin Laymon said. "We loved the location [being] central to most of the schools in Calhoun County and being able to make those local connections." Currently, designing and printing team sports gear is the backbone of Team Sports' operations, providing uniforms for Piedmont, Alexandria, Saks, Weaver, and Jacksonville schools, among others—but Laymon hopes the retail side will help reach their audience in new, innovative ways. "We want to become the go-to place for the athletic community to get their outdoor and sporting goods needs." In the near future, Team Sports hopes to officially launch McClellan Sports & Outdoors with a Grand Opening, as well as bring in additional staff to promote and oversee the new retail venture. With the holiday season upon us, McClellan Sports and Outdoors offers the best way to both support a family-owned business and find the perfect gift for the sport enthusiasts in your life. You can find more information, by visiting mcclellansports.com or by following them on Instagram and Facebook.

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  • About | Explore McClellan

    about McClellan On March 3, 2010, the McClellan Development Authority was officially certified as a non-profit public corporation charged with the future economic development of the former US Army Fort. The MDA Board of Directors consists of five members appointed by the Calhoun County Commission, five members appointed by the Anniston City Council and one member appointed by the Governor of Alabama. Board meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of January, April, July, and September at 9:00 AM in the MDA board room. AVAILABLE BUILDINGS AND PROPERTIES MCCLELLAN MAP DOCUMENTS MEETING NOTIFICATION REGISTRY MEETING MINUTES Julie Moss DIRECTOR Jason Odom LEGAL COUNSEL Shannon Thomas FINANCE MANAGER Jerry Maxwell LEAD GROUNDS/ MAINTENANCE Kassidy Nance MARKETING SPECIALIST Derrick Merrill GROUNDS/MAINTENANCE Administration Staff Board Jim McClellan MDA BOARD CHAIRMAN Frazier Burroughs MDA BOARD MEMBER Tim Garner MDA BOARD MEMBER Jason Brown MDA BOARD MEMBER Jamie Jordan MDA BOARD VICE CHAIRMAN Curtis Maxwell MDA BOARD MEMBER Julie Borrelli MDA BOARD MEMBER Sarah Ballard Pritchett MDA BOARD SECRETARY/TREASURER Pokey Brimer MDA BOARD MEMBER Chris Collins MDA BOARD MEMBER JD Hess MDA BOARD MEMBER History our history Explore the timeline of McClellan's history.

  • Properties | Explore McClellan

    Explore REDEVELOPMENT McClellan is divided into five development zones — Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Education, and Research & Technology — with plenty of opportunities to build your dream business! Expand each heading below to see detailed information about available property. Found a building or property you're interested in? Fill out the information request next to that listing or call (256) 236-2011 . Available Property at McClellan Industrial Parcel 1 1/5 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This parcel of land is zoned for industrial use. It has convenient road access and a paved foundation. LOCATION: Corner of Castle Ave and Wall St SIZE: 1.35 +/- acres total property ZONE: Industrial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 BG DH Stem Commercial Parcel 1 Paved property 23 Paved property 1/3 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This commercial parcel has no buildings, but has a paved parking lot. This property may be purchased as a single parcel or combined with additional property located beside it. LOCATION: BG DH Stem Ave across from McClellan Assisted Living SIZE: 1.59 +/- acres ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 BG DH Stem Commercial Parcel 2 1 c 2 c Stem 8.3 1 c 1/9 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This is a flat commercial parcel, which may be purchased as a single parcel, broken into a smaller parcel, or combined with additional property located beside it and on Rucker Street. LOCATION: BG DH Stem Ave behind JSU SIZE: 5.42 +/- acres total property, but can be combined with other parcels Rucker Commercial Parcel ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 1/4 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This wooded, commercial property may be purchased as a single parcel or combined with additional property located behind it and on BG DH Stem Ave. LOCATION: Rucker St behind corner lot on BG DH Stem Ave/Rucker St SIZE: 1 +/- acres total property ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 Town Center Parcel Labeled Map 1/6 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This parcel of land is zoned for commercial use. There is a fence around where an old building was removed in 2023, which the developer may remove to open up the full acreage. LOCATION: Town Center Dr across from USPS SIZE: 12.3 +/- acres ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 City of Anniston Commercial Parcel 1 DESCRIPTION: This property is located on the east side of McClellan Boulevard (Highway 21) between the intersections with Summerall Gate Road and Baltzell Gate Road. McClellan Boulevard is a heavily traveled road, making the site highly visible to motorists. In addition, one outparcel adjacent to the primary entrance is available for smaller retail and commercial business. LOCATION: Hwy 21 East, Anniston, AL SIZE: 34 +/- acres ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Toby Bennington, City of Anniston Director of Planning and Economic Development, at (256) 241-7162 or tbennington@annistonal.gov . City of Anniston Commercial Parcel 2 DESCRIPTION: This commercial parcel lies on Hwy 21 between Summerall Gate Rd and Hwy 431 Anniston Eastern Bypass, adjacent to Lowe's. Due to the proximity to McClellan Boulevard and major retailers, this site is highly visible to motorists. ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 31 +/- acres LOCATION: Hwy 21 East, Anniston, AL CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Toby Bennington, City of Anniston Director of Planning and Economic Development, at (256) 241-7162 or tbennington@annistonal.gov . City of Anniston Commercial Parcel 3 DESCRIPTION: This commercial parcel is north of the Anniston Eastern Bypass between Gen. Gerald Watson Way and Summerall Gate Rd. This site is highly visible to motorists and provides scenic views from some of the sub-parcels. LOCATION: Summerall Gate Rd, Anniston, AL ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 64 +/- acres CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Toby Bennington, City of Anniston Director of Planning and Economic Development, at (256) 241-7162 or tbennington@annistonal.gov . Available Buildings at McClellan Former Barracks (Independent/Assisted Living Facility) 1/5 VIEW PROPERTY FLYER DESCRIPTION: Nestled amongst the Appalachian Mountains on the former Fort McClellan in Anniston, Alabama, this expansive 9.9 Acre property features 5 buildings with a total 136,478 square feet, fully outfitted with water and electric. ADDRESS: 180 Headquarters Road, Anniston, AL 36205 SIZE: 9.9 +/- acres total property 136,478 sq ft buildings ZONE: Historic (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) FOR PRICING & INQUIRIES: Call Jordan Akin at (256) 856-1249 Commercial Building (Veterinary Clinic Facility) Labeled Map 1/14 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This veterinary clinic facility features 10 indoor/outdoor kennels with a fenced in lawn, a large supply room, and bathing area. The facility has been gutted, so the interior can be designed to meet the owner's needs. Plumbing has been left intact in its original locations. The total property offers room for expansion, and non-veterinary uses for the facility will be considered. ADDRESS: 279 Berman Rd, Anniston, AL ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 6.5 +/- acres total property 2,430 sq ft main building 1,424 sq ft kennels PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 UPGRADES: New Roof New HVAC System New Electrical All New Windows Painted Inside / Outside Commercial Building (Former Dental Clinic) 1/3 REQUEST INFORMATION DESCRIPTION: This former dental clinic is located next to the medical mall and open for commercial ventures. The building still has its original interior layout, but can be gutted/remodeled per the developer's needs. ADDRESS: Halifax Rd behind USPS ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 15,565 sq ft main building 4.73 +/- acres total property PRICING: Call (256) 236-2011 Private Commercial Building (Former Garage) 1/3 VISIT PROPERTY PAGE DESCRIPTION: This property sits on 5+/- acres and features a 5000+/- sq. ft. building with seven roll-up doors, office space, bathroom, storage area, and a very large parking lot for 40+ cars. A separate on-site, two-story storage building also comes with the property. Property is fenced and has plenty of room for storing vehicles, equipment, or expanding. ADDRESS: 284 Rucker St, Anniston, AL ZONE: Commercial (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 5,000 +/- sq ft main building 5 +/- acres total property PRICING: $299,900 CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Ruth Covington from Keller Williams Realty Group at (256) 405-5029 or submit the contact form on http://rb.gy/6qksb . Private Commercial Building (Offices) 1/7 VISIT PROPERTY PAGE DESCRIPTION: This facility can be used for commercial, industrial, health care, professional services, trade/supply warehouse, and much more. This building offers a large lobby, double-door entrance, wide corridors, 45 offices, 7 executive offices/suites, auditorium (up to 60 people), classroom, conference room, employee break room, 2 kitchen areas, 2 employee restrooms, 2 executive restrooms, gym area, and 40+ parking lot! ADDRESS: 283 Rucker St, Anniston, AL ZONE: Mixed-Use (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 21,000 +/- sq ft main building 2 +/- acres total property PRICING: $699,900 CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Ruth Covington from Keller Williams Realty Group at (256) 405-5029 or submit the contact form on http://rb.gy/0al3z . Private Campus Facility (Formerly Sacred Heart Catholic School) 1/1 VIEW PROPERTY FLYER DESCRIPTION: This former Elementary/ Middle school campus features approximately 26 classrooms, a library, cafeteria, athletic fields, and a chapel. It was last renovated in 1996 with room for expansion and convenient access to Anniston's retail strip. ADDRESS: 16 Morton Rd, Anniston, AL ZONE: Mixed-Use (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 22.82+/- acres total property 57,200 sq ft buildings PRICING: $1,500,000 CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Alec Hersh from Shannon Waltchack Real Estate at (205) 868-3809 or ah@shanwalt.com . Private Commercial Building (Offices) 1/1 VIEW PROPERTY FLYER DESCRIPTION: This one-story office building is located in the heart of McClellan with a barrel tile roof and travertine tile floors, plus 26 parking spaces. ADDRESS: 550 Powers Ave, Anniston, AL ZONE: Mixed-Use (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) SIZE: 7,700 sq ft main building 2.22 +/- acres total property PRICING: $650,000 CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Alec Hersh from Shannon Waltchack Real Estate at (205) 868-3809 or ah@shanwalt.com . Private Industrial Building (Offices & Warehousing) PXL_20231108_193741465_edited_editedPXL_20231108_193624506 PXL_20231108_193741465_edited_editedPXL_20231108_193624506 1/10 DESCRIPTION: This newly-built building features a street facing brick exterior, several office spaces, conference rooms, restrooms, and spacious warehousing with a loading port. LOCATION: Pappy Dunn Blvd, across from IAC SIZE: 1 acre total property 3,700 sq ft building ZONE: Mixed-Use (Check Sec. 24 of Anniston Zoning Ordinance for approved uses) PRICING: For Sale or Lease CONTACT: For inquiries, contact Willie Duncan at (256) 452-0997 . Available Economic Development Council Property at McClellan The Economic Development Council of Calhoun County maintains the McClellan Industrial Park and has several properties for sale for various industrial ventures. For inquires about any of the properties below, please contact EDC Executive Director Don Hopper at (256) 236-0032 or dhopper@calhouncountyedc.org . 1/1 EDC Industrial Building: 35,000 +/- sq ft 1/4 EDC Cluster Buildings: 15,000 +/- sq ft large building 7,500 +/- sq ft small buildings 1/2 EDC Pappy Dunn Parcels: Various sizes, please inquire

  • Recreation | Explore McClellan

    Explore RECREATION McClellan's beautiful, sprawling terrain is the perfect setting for fitness, sports, and exploration. Expand each heading below to learn more about recreational activities at McClellan. MCCLELLAN MAP HUNTING INFORMATION MOUNTAIN LONGLEAF CAMPING INFORMATION RECREATION BROCHURE UXO TRAIL SAFETY Aquatic & Fitness Center Women's Cardio Dance Class Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star Olympic Swimming Pool Full-Size Indoor Basketball Court Women's Cardio Dance Class Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star 1/5 The Anniston Parks and Recreation Aquatic & Fitness Center is the perfect place for the whole family to get active! Take advantage of fitness classes in bright, spacious studios, swim lessons in an 8-lane, 25-yard pool, and weight lifting with state-of-the-art equipment. Daily memberships start at $6. 130 Summerall Gate Rd, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Thursday 5:30 AM - 9 PM, Friday 5:30 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM - 5 PM, Sunday 1 PM - 5 PM (256) 847-7349 FACEBOOK WEBSITE PROGRAM SIGN-UP Camp McClellan Horse Trails & Campground A Group of Riders on Horses Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star Campground Pavillions 336656205_514729770736794_5350936068964526507_n A Group of Riders on Horses Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star 1/7 Over 900 acres of land were transferred to the Calhoun County Commission in 2019 to build the Camp McClellan Horse Trails. These trails are maintained by the Back Country Horseman of America McClellan Chapter, offering day rides for $5, primitive camping for $10, and electric camping for $20. Reserve a camping spot online here . There is no fee for BCHA members. 127 Mud Hole Rd, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Sunday bchamcclellan @gmail.com WATCH: Tom Seay visits Camp McClellan Horse Trails on Best of America by Horseback FACEBOOK WEBSITE CAMPING INFORMATION Cane Creek Golf Course Golfer at the Fort McClellan Credit Union Pro-Invitational at Cane Creek Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star Three Golfers in a Bunker at Cane Creek Golf Course Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star Golfer at the Fort McClellan Credit Union Pro-Invitational at Cane Creek Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star Golfer at the Fort McClellan Credit Union Pro-Invitational at Cane Creek Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star 1/4 Enjoy 18 challenging holes and 27 strategically placed bunkers on this public creekside golf course at McClellan. The course measures 7,049 yards from the back tees and 5,186 yards from the forward tees. Patrons can take advantage of the onsite Golf Shop for golf equipment and apparel. 66 Galloway Rd, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM, Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM (256) 820-9315 FACEBOOK WEBSITE CONTACT Lake Yahou Park Lake Yahou Park View of Lake Yahou Little Boy Baits his Line at Lake Yahou Photo Courtesy of the Anniston Star View of Lake Yahou 1/7 Lake Yahou Park showcases the very best McClellan has to offer—breathtaking views, outdoor recreation, and family fun! It is the perfect outdoor escape for fishing, biking, hiking, paddle boating, and picnicking—featuring a half-mile walking trail, 18-mile multi-use trail, and 8-acre freshwater lake. A $5 fishing license is required to fish at the lake, which must be purchased in-person at the MDA office. All parties 16 years or older must be present at the time of purchase to sign for their license. 370 Lake Yahou Rd, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Sunday 6 AM - 7:30 PM (April - September), 6 AM - 5 PM (October - March) (256) 236 -2011 BROCHURE FAQs RULES McClellan Multi-Use Trails A Group of Bikers Ride the McClellan Trails Man Finishes Race A Group of Youth Bikers Ride the McClellan Trails Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star A Group of Bikers Ride the McClellan Trails 1/6 McClellan’s Multi-Use Trails include the first Phase I trails in Alabama built specifically for middle and high school bike racers. There are a total of three phases of difficulty across 18 miles of forested trails, making them the perfect setting for biking, hiking, walking, and running. Local and state-wide athletic groups also host various biking and running events at McClellan’s Multi-Use Trails throughout the year. 460 BG DH Stem Ave, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Sunday 6 AM - 7:30 PM (April - September), 6 AM - 5 PM (October - March) (256) 236 -2011 UXOs & TRAIL SAFETY TRAIL MAP TRAIL APPS PARTNERS EVENTS Sports Complex Anniston-sports-complex-pond Anniston-sports-complex-baseballfields Youth Football Anniston-sports-complex-pond 1/4 The Anniston Sports Complex is an athlete's dream destination, featuring lighted fields/courts for football, soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, and track. Visitors can also utilize the picnic pavilions, duck pond, and gazebo. 356 Summerall Gate Rd, Anniston, AL 36205 Open Monday - Friday 7 AM - 5 PM (256) 820-3860 WEBSITE SCHEDULE PROGRAM SIGN-UP

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