|The Ozark Civic Center Shuttles|
|The Ozark Civic Center, in the city of Ozark, Al., is best known for its hosting basketball games, but its 16,000 square feet are designed to meet a host of other entertainments and gatherings. It may provide space to a beauty pageant, a trade expo or concert, a circus, or a wrestling or boxing tournament.|
There are plenty of options for ground transportation to and from both of these airports. You can choose from shared ride airport shuttles, private vans or sedans and private car service.
Wallace Community College in Dothan offers its 4,651 students an education that includes more than 50 sections of online coursework. Utilizing a variety of upgraded high technologies, it awards associates degrees in Arts, Science, and Applied Science. Alabama Aviation College in Ozark also offers associates degrees. Recognized by Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, Military Times and more for having some of the best Southeast and national undergraduate programs, Troy University in Dothan focuses on non-traditional adult learners, with an 19,000-plus enrollment.
About The Ozark Civic Center
In the southeast corner of the state, only some 40 miles north of the Florida Panhandle and 40 miles west of the Georgia state line, the Ozark/Dale County area is rich with opportunities for outdoor recreation all year long. Blue Springs, Chattahoochee, Florala, and Frank Jackson state parks as well as Conecuh National Forest are nearby, with an assortment of backpacking, boating and other paddling sports, camping, fishing, hiking and walking, mountain biking, and picnicking.
Things to do in Ozark
Both the city of Ozark (population right under 15,000) and Dale County (population 50,000-plus), which Ozark serves as county seat, have governments they describe as “proactive and pro-business.” With an 87-acre park zoned for light industry and accessible to a railroad spur, and a 300-acre heavy industry-zoned industrial park at the Dothan airport in neighboring Hudson County, the area offers a well-established infrastructure eagerly awaiting business growth. Its Metropolitan Service Area contains more than 100,000 employable adults skilled in electronics, avionics, and sophisticated aviation technology.
Recognized as one of the state’s top five school systems, 732-student (grades 8-12) Carroll High has piloted numerous distance learning and high tech training opportunities. There are four post-secondary educational institutions inside a 22-mile radius. Nearby Fort Rucker offers night classes that are open to the local community.