Weaver has a massive forest in its backyard and two cities for neighbors. With both Anniston and Jacksonville less than 20 minutes away, there's an array of cultural attractions to compliment the nearby natural resources within reach of homes for rent in Weaver.
Fun Facts About Weaver
Cave Creek Academy, the earliest school built near what's now Weaver, was established in 1861. In 1880, another school was erected and was active until the 1920s.
Cherokees dominated the area that was to become Weaver during the Territorial Period, which lasted from 1798 to 1819.
Weaver was incorporated in 1945 after the community decided to create a local government by an almost unanimous vote.
A town post office, Weaver's Station, was built thanks to a land donation by David Weaver in 1871.
Useful Weaver Resources
Links to the city clerk, public works and other departments may be accessed at the municipal website of the City of Weaver.
Local business tools are available to renters at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce website.
Public education information found at the Calhoun County Schools website can be helpful for parents with school-aged children.
Things to Do in Weaver
Less than an hour away, a vast expanse of natural green space awaits renters at Cheaha State Park. The park is home to the tallest summit in Alabama and amenities including a lake for swimming and fishing, an artifact museum and hiking trails. Those who want to spend the night can choose among cabins, campgrounds and motel rooms and make their visit a weekend vacation. To experience a bit of the wild away from the wilderness, residents can stop by the Anniston Museum of Natural History. Exhibits at the museum cover topics ranging from birds of the Americas to ancient Egypt.