Abandoned Huntsville H.S. Becomes Adult Playground

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Campus805 began its story in 1951 when it opened as the S.R. Butler High School in Huntsville, Alabama. The school then changed to Roy L. Stone Middle School in 1967. By 2009, the school had closed and the property was up for sale. It took five years to find the right owner, but eventually the property sold to Randy Schrimsher with the intent to create a unique development that preserved the school.

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Everyone loves free stuff, right? Head over to our Facebook page to enter in our giveaway for 2 free tickets to this Saturday’s ‘Toast to Spring Beer Dinner’ hosted by the Stone Event Center, @wywbcampus and Bubba’s Silver Spoon Catering! This is over a $100 value! Winner will be chosen at random and announced Thursday at 12:00 pm.

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Today, the property is home to two breweries, restaurants, axe-throwing, virtual golf courses, pinball machines, boozy ice cream, and a distillery!  Campus 805 made sure to keep the "school" atmosphere by building a distillery in the old gym and making tables and bars out of the old gym floorboards! 

 But the best part? That's gotta be the speakeasy hidden behind refurbished lockers!



Robin is obsessed with dogs and true crime, swears more than a "lady" should, and constantly changes her colored hair!


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