Springs of Mill Lakes, Opelika, Alabama
Opelika in southeastern Alabama is the site of Springs of Mill Lakes, a cozy new 55+ community with single level homes, an adjacent wildlife preserve, a coming neighborhood garden and more.
On December 14, 1819, Alabama became admitted into the United States as the 22nd state. Its state bird is Northern Flicker, a type of woodpecker. The state's capital is Montgomery, a city that about 200,000 people call home. The largest city, however, is Birmingham with a population of 212,000 people. The state is about 52,000 square
miles in size making it the 30th largest state in the United States today.
Alabama is found on the southeastern region of the United States and borders Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Mississippi to the west, and Florida as well as the Gulf of Mexico to the south. Alabama is also lucky to have the mighty
Tennessee River run through the state.
Historically, Alabama was home to agriculture, but after World War II branches from the military, such as the United States Air Force and the Army, established expansions making Alabama home to multiple military installments. Today, Alabama is home to many automobile manufacturing industries such as, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota, and even Mercedes-Benz.
Alabama's climate is humid and subtropic. This means that Alabama sees very hot summers and wild winters. The average temperature Alabama sees throughout the year is about 64 degrees.