Renting an apartment in Birmingham's Eastwood neighboorhood will certainly be a treat if you choose not to live directly within the city limits. Nearby, you'll find neighborhoods such as Bridlewood and East Pinson Valley.
Moss Rock Preserve is just a few minutes from Birmingham, and it has more than 10 miles of hiking trails. Alabama has more than 1,600 miles of rivers and the Alabama Scenic Trail, which is the country's longest water trail in a single state. McWane Science Center offers the combined exhibits of two former museums, Red Mountain Museum and Discovery Place. Apartments in Eastwood make it easy to visit a museum, take a hunting or fishing trip, or enjoy urban adventures.
Living in Eastwood, you'll be just minutes from serene lakes that are perfect for water-skiing, boating, fishing or pulling a towable. Hunting is usually done on the rolling forests around the city, and you can find bobwhite quail, white-tailed deer, feral hogs and wild turkey. Using local outfitters is a good idea for newcomers to the city because a professional guide can help you find the ideal fishing spot, hunting area, horseback riding trail or whitewater run among the 22 million acres of lush forest in Alabama.
Apartments for rent in Eastwood offer many features such as furnished units, gated access, dishwashers, ceiling fans and other amenities. Apartment Guide helps you find the right combination of location, price and amenities. Check out the schools in Eastwood, research electricity costs and choose an apartment that suits your lifestyle.