Garden City Alabama

Garden City Alabama

The town of Garden City is located in Cullman and Blount counties, majority of the town is in Cullman County. Garden City was the second city founded by Col. Johann G. Cullmann and incorporated in 1878. Because its original incorporation had lapsed, the city was re-incorporated in 1950.

The first 12 families who settled here in 1878 were from Chicago. A covered bridge was built over the Mulberry River in 1892 allowing easier access to the rest of the county. In 1939, US Hwy 31 was built through the town connecting it with the rest of the state.

Garden City is close to Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River and host whitewater enthusiast year round. This is also where the annual Mulberry Fork Races on the river area held in March. The city also maintains the Garden City River Park and the Garden City Walking Trail.

Towns Near Garden City:

Smoke Rise, AL (2.9 mi.)
Hayden, AL (3.0 mi.)
The Colony, AL (6.4 mi.)
Garden City, AL (6.6 mi.)
Warrior, AL (7.8 mi.)
Trafford, AL (8.0 mi.)
County Line, AL (8.4 mi.)
Nectar, AL (9.0 mi.)
Hanceville, AL (9.4 mi.)
Dodge City, AL (9.6 mi.)

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