Camping in Meaher Park in Spanish Fort
Located on scenic Ducker Bay where Mobile Bay and the Mobile-Tensaw Delta meet, Meaher State Park offers a picturesque setting with amenities for a fun and relaxing camping experience. Campers and day visitors can enjoy a 500-foot fishing pier on the bay and a 1,600-foot boardwalk which meanders through the edge of the bay into the delta marsh, where a variety of wildlife may be observed. The park also offers a boat ramp and access to the Blakeley River. New facilities include picnic shelters, a bathhouse with vending and laundry facilities, as well as day-use restrooms.
Recently paved campsites include 20-, 30- and 50- amp electrical service, water and sewer. To learn more about the site,visit www.alapark.com/meaher
or call Meaher State Park at 251.626.5529.
Camping in Historic Blakeley State Park
Located on State Highway 225, almost 5-miles north of Spanish Fort Boulevard (U.S. Hwy. 31), Blakeley State Park offers a unique camping experience, combining multiple historic sites nestled among beautiful live oaks, draped in Spanish Moss and pristine woodlands overlooking the Tensaw River. Camp in either the modern RV Apalachee Campground with full utility hookup, or in the Harper Campground with your tents and pop-ups.
Walk or bike miles of trails and roadways. Learn about the fascinating ecosystem of the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta on a two-hour boat tour aboard the Delta Explorer
. Historic tours include a preserved Civil War battlefield with Confederate and Union breastworks and fortifications. Special events are scheduled throughout the year. For more information, visit the Historic Blakeley State Park official website at www.blakeleypark.com