Near Atlanta, Near Birmingham, Near Perfect
Discover Calhoun County, Alabama as not only a place to do business and attend college, but also as a region of natural attractions, progressive communities with strong economies, and small town Southern charm and hospitality. Such appeal makes Calhoun County, Alabama near perfect.
The warm season lasts from May to September with an average daily high temperature above 83°F. The cold season lasts from November to February with an average daily high temperature below 60°F, and an average low of 33°F. Not too hot or too cold, near Perfect!
Calhoun County has a total area of 612 square miles, of which, 608 square miles of it is land and 4 square miles of it is water.
The area's major highways include Interstate 20, highway 78, 278, and 431. The adjacent counties are:
- Cherokee County, Alabama - northeast
- Cleburne County, Alabama - east
- Talladega County, Alabama - south
- St. Clair County, Alabama - west
- Etowah County, Alabama – northwest
The county includes Anniston, Oxford, Jacksonville, Hobson City, Ohatchee, Piedmont, and Weaver.