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Jan. 8, 2019

Ride Off into the Sunset on Hoover Property

Ride off into the sunset on Hoover property with Mo’s Carriages and Trail Rides. Saddle up and experience the natural beauty of Alabama by riding the trails. Mo’s offers trail rides for both beginners and expert equestrians. All rides are private in order preserve the intimacy of the experience.

Mo has been in the business for years. A true lover of horses, he knows his animals inside and out and is able to expertly pairs riders with suitable mounts. The horses are rotated into the pasture for relaxation time in between jaunts making them fresh and content. Riders complete a quick riding lesson before heading out in order to determine beginner or intermediate status.

Discover Hidden Trails when Living in Hoover

A variety of rides traverse the countryside. Beginners thoroughly enjoy the Jungle Trail. Greenery surrounds the group as horses meander through bamboo and vibrant vines. The trail passes along a nearby train and various species of wildlife are often spotted along the way. An easy pace keeps everyone happy and guides alter accordingly to comfort levels. The Scenic River Trail is perfect for those with prior experience. Riding along the water’s edge hidden trails are uncovered and explored. Trail rides last about an hour and cost $65 per person. Recent customers rave about their trips with first timers having an absolute awesome experience.

Mo’s horses feel carefree and frisky on the trails but love to pull old fashioned carriages too. These traditional vehicles create a romantic and vintage ambiance for those traveling inside. Carriage rides make unforgettable memories that are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and proposals. These joyous journeys are easy to set up with patrons living in Hoover just submitting their desired dates and selecting their preferred horses.

Mo’s Carriage and Trail Rides have multiple locations to please folks from the Birmingham area and beyond. Hoover property residents can head on over to 1020 Old Section Road and mount up. A second location is found at 1600 Quail Ridge Drive close by in Gardendale. Those seeking more information can call 205.492.4667.

 

Posted in News
Jan. 5, 2019

Find Adventure when Living in Birmingham

Wild creatures from around the world are living in Birmingham. Open everyday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. hundreds of animals are waiting to make your acquaintance at the Birmingham Zoo. Check out all the inhabitants with a sneak peek at the zoo map.

The daily schedule is filled with fun things to do and see at the zoo. Keeper talks and trainings provide additional insight into the animals calling Birmingham home. Goat Walks occur each and every morning at 9:30 a.m. Sea Lion Training demonstrations educate about these quirky animals. Lion trainings take place on the weekends in the Predator Zone. Here guests can get up a close up view of these majestic beings.

When kids need a break from the animals and to expel some energy there’s plenty of options. Hop aboard the Red Diamond Express Train Ride. Chug along the property and take in the scenery. The Full Moon BBQ Slide was made for some slip, sliding fun. Go again and again until you can go no more. Rides on the Protective Life Carousel are inspiring. Find out how to help endangered animals after taking a turn on this merry-go-round.

Birds of a Feather Call Birmingham Home

At the Birmingham Zoo guests can delve deeper into the wilds with a Behind the Scenes encounter. There are several experiences to choose from. Bird watchers are in heaven during the Cassowary Encounter where they are introduced to Emil, a male cassowary. Found in New Guinea and Northern Australia these feathered friends are not so friendly having been declared the most dangerous birds in the world and one of the largest. California sea lions are less intimidating. In the Sea Lion Encounter Gio and Farley are centerstage. Participants learn all about their playful antics, habitats, and how to help restore their natural environments. All encounters are limited to half a dozen people to provide the best experience. Children as young as 5 may attend but those under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 

Families living in Birmingham make the most of their adventures with memberships. Types of memberships vary but each and every level supports the Birmingham Zoo. Become a member and enjoy complimentary admission, special events, discounts and more. Get going to the zoo and go wild!

 

Posted in News
Jan. 4, 2019

Pell City Property Parks Overflow with Fun

Settle in for a day filled with merriment on Pell City property. At Lakeside Park family fun is guaranteed and memories made here last a lifetime. Over 60 acres of open spaces provide seemingly limitless recreational opportunities for St. Clair County residents. Open with 6:30 a.m. sunrises and ending at sunset endless possibilities for adventures await.

Life is great on the lake. Quiet contemplations occur from the water’s edge at the boat dock, piers, or along the shoreline. Walking trails lead off into natural wonderlands. Walk the waterfront and take in the sights. Fishing derbies are held on a regular basis drawing in local anglers and sportsmen from out of town.

Walking paths are great for meandering about. There’s even a paved section heading off into the wooded part of the park. Picnic tables are laid out under shady trees perfect for lunchtime. Pavilions are scattered about and ready to be reserved for special events. Many a birthday party, family reunion and company picnic has been held under these shady spots. Those inquiring about available dates can call 205.338.9713 for more information.

Kids Living in Pell City Frolic and Play the Day Away

Kids love to spend time on the grounds. The Kiddie Kastle playground beckons those who wish to swing, slide and climb. On hot summer Alabama days youngsters living in Pell City beg to be taken to the Lakeside Park splash pad. Shrieks of laughter are heard all around from little ones playing in the cool water.

Holiday cheer brings the community together on this Pell City property. Twinkling lights and merry displays fill the landscape during the annual Lights in the Park event. Other events bring neighbors and friends together throughout the year.

Next door the Pell City Civic Center keeps folks busy. Classes and programs feature hobbies, sports and health related activities. Featuring a wonderful gymnasium and several banquet rooms social events frequent the calendar. Weddings, seminars and craft shows have all been at the venue.

 

Posted in News
July 31, 2017

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