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City Guide
Fort Payne
Moving to Town

No matter what type of housing you're currently seeking, you can be certain to find just what you're hoping for here. Popular Fort Payne options include rental houses, studio apartments for rent, duplexes for rent, luxury rental apartments for rent, townhouses for rent, and so much more. Give yourself about a month to search for the right spot to live in this popular town. Look in the local papers, online, and by walking or driving around the community yourself. Come equipped with your credit report and W2s when you're ready to sign a lease.


When you've set out upon the important adventure of discovering the next home of your dreams, look no further than Fort Payne, Alabama.

South Gault Avenue: This relaxing neighborhood slices right through the center of the Fort Payne community and offers the perfect selection of rental apartments and homes alike. Ideal for families, retirees, and single people as well, you can enjoy easy access to the Fort Payne Opera House as well as the Williams Avenue Athletic Center.

Pumpkin Center Road: Whether you're looking for a one, two, three, four, or five bedroom rental home, you can find what you are looking for in this tree-filled neighborhood. Outdoor enthusiasts will love close proximity to Little River National Preserve just off Pumpkin Center Road's easternmost end.

Living in Fort Payne

New Englanders came to Fort Payne to mine coal and iron deposits in the soil surrounding the city in the 1800s, as the area was a stop on the Great American Railroad. At this time many of Fort Payne's most important historical structures were built. The Fort Payne Opera House, the W.B. Davis Mill Building--today filled with antique shops, delis, and retail stores--were all built during this era. So was the train station. Can you hear the whistle blowing?

Today, Fort Payne is the perfect place to find that relaxing small town atmosphere with the convenience of a big city. There are many natural wonders just around the corner as well as pleasant shops and cafes in the downtown area. Weather is generally warm and mild in the spring and summer months and the winter months usually have minimal snow fall. Living in Fort Payne offers great convenience to nearby Lookout Mountain and Little River Canyon Park--parts of the American National Park service. The parks are the perfect spots for hiking, picnicking, camping, and taking family trips in the summer. Fort Payne is also home to nearby Mentone, a popular mountain resort area famous for rustic hotels, restaurants, cabins, and a summer camp for children.