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Imagine the possibilities for living the good life, and you’ll find them all in Pell City, Alabama. Top notch recreation with an internationally known lake awaits you in our own backyard, building our reputation as the “Gateway to Logan Martin Lake.” The BASSMasters, FLW Outdoors World Championship and American Bass Anglers have all called Logan Martin home. But there’s plenty of room on this 17,000-acre lake for seasoned pros and novices alike. Enjoy all kinds of water sports here from sailing to wakesurfing, live along our 275 miles of shoreline or when the day is done, simply take in the view of some of the most spectacular sunsets imaginable. Pell City is a welcoming community, encouraging newcomers to join its civic clubs, its churches, its school programs and get involved in myriad activities that make it a place where neighbors become friends. With our thriving downtown businesses and multiple commercial districts, Pell City has some of the best shopping around. Specialty shops and big box stores abound, giving the city a small town feel with big city amenities. And when it’s time to eat, you won’t want to be called late for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Pell City is a place to stay, play, relax, enjoy. Living here is easy. It’s leaving that’s the hard part.

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Water sports are favorite around these parts. With Logan Martin Lake a centerpiece of the city, skiing, swimming, boating, fishing, wakeboarding, wake surfing and sailing are among the activities that lure tens of thousands of visitors, vacationers, weekenders and year round residents to Pell City. Golf is a favorite pastime in Pell City, and golfers will find ample tee times at one of the city’s two country clubs. Pine Harbor is an 18-hole; Pell City Country Club is a 9-hole. Tennis anyone? Pell City has plenty of public courts from which to choose. Located at the Pell City Civic Center complex, the city has eight lighted courts with player benches and shade awnings. Walking trails are found at Lakeside Park and at Avondale Park. There are actually two trails at Lakeside Park — one a rustic walk on a path through the woods; the other an asphalt track that runs through the woods and along the bank of Logan Martin Lake. Avondale is a traditional asphalt walking track that attracts walkers who “take their laps” around the facility.

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Lakeside Park is located on 65 acres adjacent to the Pell City Civic Center. Picnic areas are available under the trees at no charge. Pavilions with individual restrooms are perfect for special occasions. Rustic trails wind through the acreage for walkers, runners and bikers. A boat launch, fishing piers and swimming area make the park a popular recreation spot in the region.


Millcreek Track is a destination point for motocross and ATV amateur riders who compete from across the country. Located on the city’s western side, Millcreek Track in 2011 is hosting the national motocross event for the first time in the track’s 10-year history. Plans call for the national event to be held there every spring. Logan Martin Lake is 17,000 acres of pure fun. Between two hydroelectric dams are 275 miles of shoreline for a lake that is more than 48 miles long. Logan Martin is a destination point for water enthusiasts and because of the aesthetics of its picturesque views. Downtown Historic District offers a walk down memory lane. Sidewalk markers tell of the historic buildings found there, many near the century mark. The downtown business district thrives today with specialty shops and professional offices. Pell City Center for Education and the Performing Arts is a state of the art theater and sports arena all under one roof but separated by a grand lobby, ideal for receptions and gatherings. The theater seats more than 400 with acoustics unrivaled in the area, and local and national acts find their way to center stage each year. The sports arena seats 2,000 and is home to Pell City High School Panther basketball as well as a venue for large events and galas. Pell City Sports Complex is uniquely situated on the banks of Logan Martin Lake. The complex boasts nine fields for baseball, softball, soccer and football. Programs and leagues are available for both youth and adults. Pell City Civic Center offers year round sports and recreational activities, including basketball, a state-of-

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the-art exercise room and an indoor walking track. The Civic Center has varying sized rooms available for meetings, conferences and special events, and the gymnasium has a stage with floor space able to accommodate seating for up to 500 for large events and performances. Artscape Gallery, located in the heart of downtown is a collection of talents from artists throughout the region. Pottery, paintings, woodturning and an array of mediums make this a special place for those who love the arts. Kids Kastle demonstrates what is good about a community that cares about its children. Kids Kastle was built wholly by the community for its children. More than 2,000 volunteers built this elaborate playground in a single weekend. The imagination inducing equipment — from a pirate’s ship to a swinging bridge — is a huge attraction for children and parents alike. And the financing was made possible through the generous donations of the business community and individuals.


Pell City has the distinction of being founded not once, but twice. It was incorporated in 1891 and named for New Yorker George Hamilton Pell, who was the lead investor in the railroad that led to creating a town in that location. The Panic of 1893 took its toll, and Pell City was all but lost as a town. But a young Sumter Cogswell, who had the vision of what it could be, began the town anew by locating Pell City Manufacturing there, a plant that would later become Avondale Mills and around which a town rose. Some of the first homes were built in 1902, just north of the main street that now bears Cogswell’s name. And today, Pell City, along with Ashville, serves as the county seat of St. Clair and is one of the fastest growing cities in the fastest growing county in Alabama.

Shopping Decades ago, the Chamber of Commerce launched a campaign called “Shop Pell City First.” It was meant to raise awareness about the benefits of keeping tax dollars at home and acquainting or reacquainting shoppers with what Pell City had to offer. Today, shopping Pell City first is a wise move because it does have so much to make that shopping experience a good one. From antique treasures to one of a kind gifts to artwork to that perfect bottle of wine, Pell City does seem to have it all. Retail districts are found all along its main thoroughfares of U.S. 231 North and South, U.S. 78 East and West, historic downtown and in out of the way places that dot the city’s landscape. Big box stores, chains and hometown favorites abound in this shopping paradise, offering a little something for everyone, making it no small wonder that shoppers need look no farther than right here at home.


There is nothing like music, fun and fellowship on an early summer night in Pell City’s historic downtown or taking a stroll through Lakeside Park, browsing booth after booth of creative works by noted artists from around the corner and around the state at the Artscape Festival. You can take your child fishing at the Catfish Rodeo or bundle up and head downtown for the city’s Christmas Parade. They all are part of annual events that make this a special place for the entire family. Hometown Block Party is an outdoor musical festival featuring bands and singing groups on stages strategically placed around the courthouse and city hall square. Held the first Friday evening in June, the fun kicks off at 5 p.m. and goes well into the night, offering an array of food, vendors, rides and games for the kids and music to suit any taste — country, bluegrass, Motown, rock ‘n roll, Gospel and so much more. There is no charge for admission. Artscape Festival brings out the art and the art lovers in an exhibit, show and sale of art in all kinds of mediums. From wood carving to paintings, from pottery to jewelry, this festival continues to grow in popularity. Held against the backdrop of Logan Martin Lake in Lakeside Park, it’s more than just an art show, it’s an event that keeps you coming back for more.

Pell City, Alabama ... Unlimited Possibilities Kids’ Catfish Rodeo draws hundreds of children and their parents to Lakeside Park on the Saturday after Hometown Block Party. More than 1,500 pounds of catfish are deposited in a netted area of the lake, enhancing children’s chances of not letting the ‘big one’ get away. It, too, is a free event designed to promote fishing and offer an event the whole family can enjoy. The Christmas Parade that makes its way through downtown Pell City and beyond each year is a sight to behold. Floats, bands, convertibles, the antics of the Shriners and Jolly Old Saint Nick himself are part of the festivities as Pell City rings in the season in early December. Thousands of visitors line the streets each year to get a glimpse of the lights, the pageantry and the spirit of Christmas that abounds in what has become one of the region’s largest parades. Fourth of July Fireworks in Pell City aren’t just any fireworks display. This spectacular show lights up the summer sky over Logan Martin Lake, attracting thousands of people by boat, by car and truck and on foot to see one of the best fireworks displays in the state. Sponsored by the city of Pell City, it is one of the most anticipated events of the year, drawing visitors from near and far to celebrate our country’s independence in an extra special way.

Your guide to Logan Martin Lake Lakeside Park Pell City Civic Center Pell City Sports Complex Logan Martin Dam Marinas 1. Alan Battle’s Riverside Marina 2. General Lee 3. Lakeside Landing 4. River’s Edge 5. University Marine Pine Harbor Marina 6. Woods Surfside Marina 7. Poorhouse Branch Marina 8. Clear Creek Marina


2. General Lee Campgrounds 3. Lakeside Landing 9. Big Bull Campgrounds 10. Knox Landing Campgrounds 11. Powell’s Hideaway Campground 12. Safe Harbor Campground and RV Park 13. Sundance Marina

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Your guide to the Pell City Historic Downtown District 1. Greater Pell City Area Chamber of Commerce 2. City Hall 3. St. Clair County Courthouse 4. Pell City Center for Education and the Performing Arts 5. School Complex 6. Pell City Library 7. Pell City Boys and Girls Club 8. Historic Residential District 9. Avondale Mill Village

Dining When it comes to eating out in the Greater Pell City area, a diverse fare awaits. From down home cooking to the finer foods and everything in between, dining choices are bountiful. Famous for catfish, barbeque and traditional ‘meat and three’ dishes, Greater Pell City’s breakfast, lunch and dinner tables don’t stop there. Pell City serves up plenty to please just about any palate. ARBY’s 160 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-0517 THE ARK 13030 U.S. Hwy. 78 Riverside, AL 35135 (205) 338-7420 AUNT AGGIE’S BACK PORCH 4208 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4914 AZTECAS MEXICAN GRILL 51 Vaughn Lane Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 525-5122 BIG DEDDY’S 760 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-1070 BOJANGLES Park South Center Martin Street South Pell City, AL 35128 BURGER KING 1407 Parkhill Pkwy. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4303 CAPTAIN D’s SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 915 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-1999

CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE 260 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-1012 D’s GRILL 2802 Martin St. S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 884-0158 DOMINO’S PIZZA 1027 Martin S1. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-4780 EL CAZADOR 200 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 814-5665 EVEN ODDS 10199 U.S. Hwy. 231 Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5500 FAT MAN’S BAR-B-QUE 10179 U.S. Hwy. 231 Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5255 FOX’S PIZZA DEN 209 Cogswell Avenue, Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-5400 GOLDEN RULE BBQ 1700 Martin S1. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-1443

Pell City, Alabama ... Unlimited Possibilities GREAT WALL RESTAURANT 2401 Stemley Bridge Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-8908 GUADALAJARA JALISCO 1911 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-2195 HARDEES 2401 Dr. John Haynes Dr. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-3700 HER-ICANES SPORTS BAR 4104 Cogswell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 814-5482 JACK’S FAMILY RESTAURANT 305 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3040 JADE EAST GARDEN 47 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-8868 KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 703 23rd St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3221 KRYSTAL’S HAMBURGERS 35 Little John Dr. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-9004 LITTLE CAESARS 803 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-3102 LOUIE’S GRILL Countryside Farm 230 Hamby Road Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-4305

LUNCH 2401 Stemley Bridge Rd., Ste. 12 Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 525-4133 LUNCH BOX 2615 5th Ave N Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4592 MCDONALDS 600 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-1616 NEW CHINA 1025 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-2361 O’FELLS FAMILY RESTAURANT 4300 Martin St. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-0339 PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA 2401 Stemley Bridge Road Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-PAPA (7272)

Dining PAUL MANNING BAR-B-QUE 21400 Us Highway 231 Ragland AL 35131 (205) 884-2760 PELL CITY STEAK HOUSE RESTAURANT 2401 Corner Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7714 PIZZA HUT 2201 7th Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2211 506 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-7825 RICHEY’S BARBECUE 10094 U.S. Hwy. 231 Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-4443 SAMMIE’S TOUCH N’ Go 962 Airport Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-9500 SHIELDS OLD TIME BBQ 4209 Stemley Bridge Road Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-0015 SONIC DRIVE IN 909 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 814-0175

SUBWAY 165 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-7824 TACO BELL 611 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-4010 THE TAVERN OF ST. CLAIR 4852 Cogswell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-8900 WAFFLE HOUSE 1205 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-9887 WENDY’S 170 Vaughan Ln. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2045

Lodging Whether you want to stay a day, a week or all summer long, the Greater Pell City area has accommodations to fit any lifestyle. From abundant motel rooms close to the interstate, shopping districts or overlooking the water, they are found throughout the area. Visitors also have their pick of RV parks and campgrounds, many of them located right on the banks of beautiful Logan Martin Lake. Amercia’s Best Value Inn 11900 US Highway 78 Riverside, AL (205) 338-3381 Big Bull Lakefront Motel 4304 Martin St. S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 338-3344 Comfort Suites 270 Vaughan Lane Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-5570 Holiday Inn Express 240 Vaughan Lane

Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-0047 The Lee Motel 17 22nd St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7221 Quality Inn 1410 Parkhill Parkway Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-1314 Hampton Inn 220 Vaughan Lane Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 814-3000

Campgrounds, RV Parks Big Bull Campgrounds 4310 Martin St. S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 884-4748 General Lee Marina & Campgrounds 1367 River Road Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5114 Knox Landing Campgrounds 1200 Knotts Landing Road Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3403 Lakeside Landing 4600 Martin St. S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5701

Powell’s Hideaway Campground 10 Powell’s Hideway Road Pell City, AL 35128-6968 (205) 338- 4946. Safe Harbor Campground and RV Park 12800 Highway 78 Riverside, AL (205) 338-2591 Sundance Marina 141 Sundance Circle Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 814-3988


No matter where you are on Logan Martin Lake, there is a marina nearby, ready to serve your boating needs. Whether you are in the market for a new boat, need repairs, looking for a place to store your boat or simply need a tank of gas, Logan Martin’s marinas offer a little bit of everything for water enthusiasts. ALAN BATTLE’S RIVERSIDE MARINA 1-20 @ Exit 162, U.S. 78 Riverside, AL (205)338-2291 Marina*Boat Storage*Used Boat Sales GENERAL LEE 1367 River Road Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5114 Marina*Boat Storage*Camping LAKESIDE LANDING 4600 Martin Street S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5701 Marina*Boat Storage*Camping RIVER’S EDGE 79 Rabbit Branch Circle Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5562 Marina*Boat Storage*Camping

UNIVERSITY MARINE PINE HARBOR MARINA 2120 Fraim Drive Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-2628 Marina*Boat Storage*Marine Sales WOODS SURFSIDE MARINA 37 Marina Drive Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5533 Marina*Boat Storage*Camping*Marine Sales


Quality schools make Greater Pell City a desirable place to live, work and raise a family. An accredited public school system along with private and Christian schools and a community college put the emphasis on education, and the offerings for academics as well as workforce development training are all within a few minutes’ drive. Pell City School System Office of Board of Education 1000 Bruce Etheredge Parkway Suite 201 Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-4440 Coosa Valley Elementary 3609 Martin Street South Cropwell, AL 35054 Phone: (205) 338-7713 Fax: (205) 338-0694 Duran South Junior High 813 16th Street South Pell City, AL 35128 Phone: (205) 884-7957 Fax: (205) 884-7959

Eden Elementary School 412 Wolf Creek Road North Pell City, AL 35125 Phone: (205) 338-6930 Fax: (205) 338-8613 Iola Roberts Elementary School 810 Martin Street N Pell City, AL 35125 Phone: (205) 338-7312 Fax: (205) 884-0936 O.D. Duran Junior High School 309 Williamson Drive Pell City, AL 35125 Phone: (205) 338-2825 Fax: (205) 884-6502

Schools Pell City High School 1300 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Phone: (205) 338-2250 ext.19 Fax: (205) 338-2838

St. Clair County Head Start Highway 231 North Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-9694

Walter M. Kennedy Elementary School 250 Otis Perry Drive Pell City, AL 35128 Phone: (205) 338-7896

Victory Christian School I-20 Exit 156 Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2901

Williams Intermediate School 2000 Hardwick Road Pell City, AL 35128 Phone: (205) 338-4949 Fax: (205) 338-4953

Jefferson State Community College 500 College Circle Pell City, AL 35125

Private, Christian, Specialized Schools Alabama Homeschool Academy 5115 Mays Bend Road Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 525-5437 Bible Methodist Christian School 1355 Chula Vista Dr. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3012 Brentwood Child Care and Day School 25 KOA Road Riverside, AL 35135 (205) 8844847 Building Blocks Child Development Center 316 1st Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2984 First Baptist Church Kindergarten 2309 2nd Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3439


Worship The Greater Pell City area is a community of faith with virtually every denomination represented. ASSEMBLY OF GOD New Life Assembly of God 4511 Cogswell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2827 BAPTIST Arbor Baptist Church 802 Comer Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7046 Bloominglight Baptist Church 1702 Blooming Light Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-3589 Cropwell Baptist Church 2700 Hardwick Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-7995 Eden Westside Baptist Church 223 Wolf Creek Rd. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7711 Faith Baptist Church 417 Degaris Dr. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-2655 First Baptist Church of Cropwell 3903 Mays Bend Rd. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 338-1525 First Baptist Church Pell City 2309 2nd Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-9444 First Baptist Church Riverside 191 Morris Ave. Riverside, AL 35135 (205) 338-3883 First Baptist Church South 909 19th St. S. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7226

Friendship Freewill 901 Comer Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3852 Heritage Baptist Church 19356 U.S. Hwy. 231 N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4874 Lister Memorial Baptist Church 18617 AL Hwy. 174 Pell City, AL 3512 5 (205) 338-7926 Mount Moriah Baptist Church 1425 Mount Moriah Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7516 Mount Pisgah Baptist Church 100 Mount Pisgah Dr. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5273 Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist 4840 Wolf Creek Rd. S. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4418

Mount Zion Freewill Baptist Church 231 Martin St. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3708 Mt. Olive Baptist Church 14 Mt. Olive Dr. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 672-7417 Mt Zion Freewill Baptist Church 50 Mount Zion Rd. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5851 New Hope Baptist Church 87 Cogs, ell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2645 Pleasant Valley Baptist Church 818 Old Coal City Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-6099 Prescott Baptist Church 20 Turtle Rock Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 640-6599 Riverside Baptist Church 925 Depot St. Riverside, AL 35135 (205) 338-7832 Rocky Zion Missionary Baptist Church 1505 l Oth Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3231 Seddon Baptist Church 1015 Hardwick Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 338-4285 CATHOLIC Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church 4609 Martin St. S. Cropwell, AL 35054 (205) 525-5161 CHURCH OF CHRIST Church of Christ-Logan Martin 3401 Martin St. S. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-2870 Miracle Hill Church of Christ 609 Miracle St. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-3043

Pell City Church of Christ 1721 l st Ave. N. Pell City, AL35125 (205) 884-4245 CHURCH OF GOD Little Jerusalem AFM Church of God 297 Blue Hole Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-44808 CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Freewill Church of God in Christ 440 Whitesville Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4739 Saint Paul Church of God in Christ 603 Saint Paul St Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-7719 EPISCOPAL Saint Simon Peter Episcopal Church 3702 Mays Bend Rd. Pen City, AL 35125 (205) 884-0877 METHODIST Bible Methodist Church 2500 7th Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7118 Eden United Methodist Church 412 1st Ave. N. Pen City, AL 35125 (205) 338-9517 Golden Grove Bible Methodist Church South Wolf Creek Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-1708 Pell City First United Methodist Church 2200 3rd Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-1530 MISSIONARY Bible Missionary Church 26 Comer Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-2070

NON-DENOMINATIONAL Abiding Grace Outreach 4206 Cogswell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-7778 Harvest Center Church 3209 8th Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2853 Lighthouse Independent Church 20 Berry Hill Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 814-0718 Lighthouse Tabernacle Church 2311 3rd Ave. S. Pell City, AL 35128 (205) 884-7892 New Birth Church 3214 6th Ave. N. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-37778 Pilgrim Nazarene Church 26 Corner Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-2070

Real Truth Ministries 1495 Wolf Creek Rd. N. Pen City, AL 35125 (205) 338-1326 Victory Christian Center 154 Victory Dr. Pen City, AL 35125 (205) 338-2901 PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church 1611 Martin St. S. Pen City, AL 35128 (205) 884-2631 Lakewood Presbyterian Church 4970 Stemley Bridge Rd. Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 884-2631 SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Seventh-Day Adventist church 400 23rd st. N. Pen City, AL 35125 (205) 338-7952

Christian Camps, Conference Centers WorldSong Missions Place 1200 WorldSong Road. P.O. Box 165 Cook Springs, AL 35052 (877) 283-9813 Located just south of Interstate 20 in Cook Springs, the camp is situated on 618 acres. A ministry of Alabama Woman’s Missionary Union, it offers facilities for women’s retreats, church staff retreats and other events along with a summer camp ministry. Camp Sonshine 249 Freewill Lane Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-0751 This is a Christian camp in beautiful St. Clair County, located about 3 miles off I-20 on U.S. 231 North. It is convenient to Pell City and surrounding areas and is owned and operated by the St. Clair Baptist Association. It is available for church groups or individuals. Chula Vista Christian Camp and Conference Center 1000 Chula Vista Lane Pell City, AL 35125 (205) 338-4000 Owned and operated by Church of God in Alabama, Chula Vista is located on more than 200 acres just east of Pell City in Chula Vista. Its facilities offer a venue for retreats, conferences and summer camp.

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