- Suburb of Birmingham, AL
Rating 3.24 out of 5 68 reviews
Pinson, Alabama has a small town community feeling. Every spring there is a carnival, and every summer we have what we call the Butterbean Festival - it’s a big deal here. Pinson is located about an easy fifteen minute drive from Birmingham, Alabama, one of the most culturally and demographically diverse cities in Alabama.
Nothing to do in Pinson. The residents are very hicktowny, racist, and country. Barely any food options either. The only reason I rate it 2 starts is because the park is very nice and so are some of the houses.
I wish it were safer and I wish the people kept the town cleaner. It's fairly small compared to other cities in Birmingham and it's close to everything. I love the community and they're always losing their dogs around the neighborhoods.
Pinson is overrall a quiet place to live in. It is not necessarily small enough to be a small town to where everyone knows each other however you could if you wanted too. It has a good access to the rest of Alabama in places further out. It also has everything necessary in case you don't want to leave Pinson even if it were for errands. Its a pretty nice place to live in.
the town is small, but it has much variety as far as neighborhoods are concerned. both rural and suburbs
What I like about Pinson is, it is one of the quieter cities near Birmingham. You have access to get to many uppity cities like Trussville, in a quick fashion. Just recently Pinson has become home to two State Championship winning teams.
Pinson is a very family oriented city. It’s like its own community. If you’re looking for a quiet safe place to raise your family Pinson is the perfect place.
I have lived in Pinson since 1997. I graduated high school in 1998. It was then I moved from my parent's Pinson home. I moved with my husband to our Pinson hone of 15 years. After his passing I moved yet again to another Pinson home. That should speak volumes on my opinion on Pinson Alabama.
Pinson was a nice small town. It has grown so so so much over the years. Each year something gets added which is wonderful for businesses but not so much for country living.
I grew up in Pinson, Alabama until the age of 19 then moved to Cullman County, Alabama. I lived in Cullman 8 years and had 3 wonderful children, 2 years ago I moved back home to Pinson with my little family in tow. My 3 children and I now live 4 houses down from where I grew up and where my Mom still lives. I love Pinson and really enjoy my kids going to the same school that I attended.
Pinson started out as a very small quiet neighborhood. It is still quiet but has grown quite a bit. It is a clean area where most neighbors keep yards cut and looking good. Most of the houses are also kept up and look good. I like living in Pinson.
I am initially from Detroit, Michigan. In the beginning I wasn't t too excited to move to such a small quiet city, but it turned out to be great. I didn't realized how comfortable I'd be. The people are nice, the high school has a good sports program for football basketball and baseball.
I love how friendly the people in Pinson are. There are many different places to eat, including my favorite place called Munoz. It it overall, a great town and place to live and grow up.
It is very inviting. Everything is quick and easy to get to. Commute time is good. When I first moved here I had no problem fitting in because the people at school are very friendly and nice.
There isn't enough food options in Pinson. I like that it's a small city and there isn't that much traffic through here.
Pinson is a nice little city its not to close or not to far and its growing year by year, food restaurant are good. The city is quite small and friendly.
Pinson is where my parents are from and where I have lived most of my life. It's a small and close community. I'm in the marching band and it's so much fun to see the community come to the games. I would like more restaurants in Pinson.