About Alabama Parks

Alabama's natural beauty makes it a winning destination for outdoor adventure. From urban green spaces to bald eagle sightings, there's an experience for everyone. Come discover all of the hiking, biking, picnicking, camping, exploring and more that Alabama parks have to offer. With 22 state parks to pick from, it’s easy to choose your own adventure.

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There are 22 state parks in Alabama


Bladon Springs State Park

Featuring four mineral springs, this 357-acre park provides play areas, shelters, tables and grills for daytime family outings.


Blue Springs State Park

The spring-fed swimming pool is just one amenity in this park that also offers a modern 50-site campground, picnic shelters, tables, grills...


Buck's Pocket State Park

Secluded in a natural mountain pocket, this site features modern and primitive camping facilities, picnic areas, hiking trails, fishing...


Cathedral Caverns State Park

Enjoy a spectacular 1.5-hour cave tour, given daily. This park also includes a welcome center, picnic pavilions, a playground and campground.


Cheaha State Park

This 2,799-acre mountaintop retreat is the highest point in Alabama. Take in the 30-unit resort inn, restaurant, vacation cottages...


Chewacla State Park

Chewacla State Park's 696 scenic acres are a delightful pause from nearby interstate traffic. Facilities include a 26-acre lake...


Chickasaw State Park

This park is the ideal family reunion site! Come and enjoy large picnic pavilions, barbecue pits, a campground, hiking trails...


DeSoto State Park

Stop by and see falls that plunge 104 feet. Dense woodlands, seasonal wildflowers and spectacular views await.


Lake Jackson RV Park

Visitors can enjoy a modern campground, meeting room, swimming area, playground and picnic facilities.


Frank Jackson State Park

This state park has a 100-acre lake, modern campground, picnic sites and pavilions, 32 campsites, hiking trails, a boat launch...


Gulf State Park

Stop by and enjoy a lakefront picnic area and boat launch, a beach pavilion and the 825-foot fishing pier on the Gulf.


Joe Wheeler State Park

This state park features cabins, an 18-hole golf course, camping, a marina, boat rentals and overnight docking. The picnic/day-use...


Lake Guntersville State Park

This park features a lodge, 20 chalets, 15 cottages and an 18-hole golf course on a mountain. Enjoy picnicking, tennis and more than 30...


Lake Lurleen State Park

Lake Lurleen State Park is located on 250-acre lake with numerous options for outdoor recreation. Fishing, swimming, modern camping...


Lakepoint Resort State Park

The resort lodge includes a restaurant and convention facilities and is located on Lake Eufaula, “The Bass Capital of the World...


Meaher State Park

Located on Mobile Bay, Meaher State Park provides visitors with fishing, camping, hiking trails, picnic areas, a group pavilion...


Monte Sano State Park

Located close to the center of Huntsville, the park’s 2,140 natural acres feature camping, picnicking and hiking, along with 14 vacation...


Oak Mountain State Park

This beautiful 9,940-acre park includes an 18-hole golf course, demonstration farm, horseback riding, swimming, campsites, cabins...


Paul M. Grist State Park

Located on a 100-acre lake, this park includes fishing, swimming, boat rentals, picnicking, improved and primitive camping...


Rickwood Caverns State Park

A miracle mile of underground caverns with 260-million-year-old limestone formations, cave tours, modern campsites, a swimming pool...


Roland Cooper State Park

Located on the 22,000-acre Dannelly Reservoir, this park includes a nine-hole golf course, cottages, a campground, picnic area, pavilions...


Wind Creek State Park

Park facilities include a camp store, marina, play areas, hiking trails, heated restrooms and showers, picnic pavilions and a 210-foot...

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