Hampton Cove is a master-planned community located in Huntsville, Alabama. Situated in the foothills and valleys of North Alabama's Cumberland Plateau, the 2,800-acre community lies in the coves between Monte Sano Mountain and Green Mountain to the west, and Keel Mountain to the east. Hampton Cove has 2,000 homes in twenty one different subdivisions ranging from patio homes and townhomes to family homes and multimillion-dollar estates. The community has 28 stocked lakes, 3 golf courses, and 20 miles (32 km) of sidewalks and paths. Hampton Cove now is expanding at an incredible rate in the smaller communities. Hampton Cove is adjacent to the 538 acres (2.18 km2) Hays Nature Preserve and the Big Cove Creek Greenway.
Hampton Cove hosts one of ten stops on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Hampton Cove's 630-acre (2.5 km2), three-course, 54-hole facility is open year-round and includes a club house with a pro shop, meeting rooms, bar, and restaurant.
Hampton Cove is also home to 28 stocked lakes for fishing, miles of walking and biking trails and horse riding paths, and a 100-acre (0.40 km2) city park with baseball, softball, and soccer fields. The area including Flint River, Hays Nature Preserve, and Goldsmith Schiffman Wildlife Sanctuary offer additional recreational opportunities. In addition to the Huntsville radio, television, and print media outlets, Hampton Cove maintains its own magazine, LIFE in Hampton Cove, and a website which features local events. The Hampton House is located in the Hampton Cove Community, with amenities that include six clay tennis courts with lights for night play, and an Olympic size pool.
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Population by Age Level. Median Age 46.86. Households: 2,268.
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