We arrived at Magnolia Trace and checked in with security at the gate where we were given our room key and directions.
Magnolia Trace opened in 2003, became an affiliate of ACTS in 2008, and fully merged with ACTS in 2014.
|The guest room was really just a guest room|
|The bathroom did show upgraded|
features that are available
|Including the large walk-in shower|
|A typical hallway|
|Dining room (the buffet is used for Sunday brunch)|
|Look at the presentation of the chocolate tart dessert!|
|The Bistro is open for lunch and dinner|
|The beverage bar in the Bistro is open all day, but not at night;|
in the morning, complimentary pastries are set out on the bar
|Plenty of tables in the Bistro, and a Pictorial History of Huntsville|
|The activities calendar in the mailroom|
|The internal mailroom|
|A tiny meditation room|
|The larger fitness room is in the main clubhouse|
|Near the dining room is ACT III, a lounge or party room!|
|Jigsaw puzzle table|
|Arts & crafts room|
|Library and research center|
|Card room (note all these rooms have a sink)|
|Looking down at the clubhouse atrium|
|Mailboxes are in each wing|
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|Independent living apartments, where the ground floor|
residents can create their own landscaping
|The garden villas are duplexes or stand-alones|
|Entrance to the clubhouse|
|The pool is in a separate building with a smaller|
fitness room and a workshop and craft room
Magnolia Trace is about two and three miles from hospitals. Colleges are about two and four miles away.
The closest major airport is Birmingham International/BHM, 105 miles away, although the Huntsville Airport is 16 miles.
After the tour with Jason M, we departed to drive, taking almost 11.5 hours.
|Cotton fields in Alabama|