|Elevation||1,079 ft (329 m)|
|Time zone||UTC-6 (Central (CST))|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-5 (CDT)|
|GNIS feature ID||159122|
Battleground is located at  in the northwestern section of Cullman County, bordering Morgan County. Battleground is 1,079 feet (329 m) above sea level, overlooking the Tennessee Valley. Battleground sits on a hill that a Native American chief named in English Hill of all the battlegrounds.(34.304543 -86.996397)
History of Battleground
One of the historical landmarks in Battleground is Battleground School. Built in 1932, the school was closed in the mid 1990s. Today it is managed and maintained by Camp Liberty located in Battleground. The Battleground School shares land with the Battleground Volunteer Fire Department.
Local Business and Other Information
Battleground has two service stations, Simmions Grocery and Hilltop Grocery. The community is also served by Battleground Screen Printers, Macedonia Baptist Church, and Battleground Volunteer Fire Department and East Battleground Missionary Church, which as of December 2015 was under reconstruction from fire damage.
The largest corporate presence in Battleground is the 75-acre Camp Liberty a military-themed summer camp.
Battleground's local radio station, B-93 FM, ceased operations on December 27, 2009. Questions and comments can be directed to wbgrradio "at" yahoo "dot" com.