Alabama Parks

Alabama's natural beauty makes it a winning destination for outdoor adventure. Come discover all of the hiking, biking, picnicking, camping, exploring and more that Alabama parks have to offer. With 22 state parks for starters, there's no shortage of adventure to choose from.

Add a Stop to Your Road Trip

From the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to the Gulf Coast, Alabama has a park for everyone.

Find an Alabama Park

Explore Alabama's National, State, zoological and other parks or find one near you.
State Park
3921 Bladon Road
Silas, AL 36919
Centered around four mineral springs. 357-acre park provides play areas, shelters, tables and grills for daytime family outings. Rent pavilions for $25/day.
State Park
637 Cave Road
Woodville, AL 35776
Spectacular 1.5-hr. cave tours daily. Cave 60 degrees year-round. Welcome center, picnic pavilions, gem mining, campground, hiking trails, snacks, souvenirs..
State Park
7104 DeSoto Pkwy. NE
Fort Payne, AL 35967
104-ft. falls. Spectacular views. Restaurant, meeting rooms, motel, log cabins, chalets, rustic cabins, campground, picnicking, nature center, pool. ADA playground and boardwalk.
State Park
514 Lake Shore Boulevard
Florala, AL 36442
Stroll through a series of boardwalks and pavilions within a cypress-gum wetland. It's along the shore of Lake Jackson, which is the state's largest natural lake.
Other Park
7153 U.S. 431
Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763