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Located in the very heart of downtown Bay Minette stands the Baldwin County Courthouse. It has a "unique' place in Baldwin County history...
Compton Clock Tower serves as the latest edition to the historic downtown Bay Minette, AL
Located in downtown Bay Minette, this historical marker can be found in front of the Baldwin County Courthouse.
Once a Baptist church, this beautiful building now serves as home to the Bay Minette public library.
City of Bay Minette Muncipal Pool Complex
The City of Bay Minette proudly maintains its own Municipal Airport.
1915 brought Bay Minette's tallest structure!
Located on 1st and Hoyle, the park was dedicated to honor the memory of J.B. Blackburn, a man who provided many contributions to the area and the law profession.The park serves a venue to a wide variety of events. From weddings and food truck expos to the annual Christmas Fest, the park is a lovely place to have a lunch during business hours or come take pictures for a wedding album.
A small and unique landing, this spot was once used to film the movie "Friday the 13th Part VII"
This is a county owned and maintained landing. It is free and open to the public year round. Located at the landing is Cliff's Riverview Pub. The best place on the river to watch the sunset and enjoy a cold beverage!
Close Encounters of the Third kind filmed on this site Jun 7, 1976.The public is welcome to visit the Railroad station daily.
This is a sunken site located around the area of the county owned Cliff’s Landing in Bay Minette.
A sports complex that houses several fields and a skate park.
The 9 hole scenic golf course is conveniently located just off Highway 59, seven miles south of Bay Minette, AL. Visitors are welcome anytime. Stop in or make reservations by calling 251-580-2553
The newly remodeled John F. Rhodes Civic Center is a 6,000 square foot facility available to rent for most social events. The Civic Center is equipped with a full kitchen, bathrooms, large stage and dance floor.
Charming and quaint! Imagine spending the afternoon on the front porch watching the hustle and bustle of down town while sipping a cool ice tea.....
Want to find a great place to play, come on over to the Kids Park!
The L & N Railroad station once served as the hub of North Baldwin but now serves as home to the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. It is most famous for it role in the filming of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."
Located in the Bay Minette Post Office, the Mural the depicts the removal of the county seat can be found as a monument to the city's illustrious history of how Bay Minette came to be the county seat.
Need a place to play softball? O.C. Waters park has the place for you!
Tucked quaintly between buildings on South Hoyle Avenue, the Rex Courtyard features a beautiful, lush surrounding of a time gone by.
Affordable quail hunting just miles from Gulf Shores. Group rates.
Looking for a challenging place to skate? We've got plenty of room and some great obstacles!
Bring your bathing suit and sunscreen because this splash pad has it all!
The Recreation Complex, also known as “The Rec Center”, serves as home to the “Rec & Roll Skate Center” and the “Strike City Lanes” bowling alley.
Named for the late U.S. Seaman Vincent Lenard Ulmer who died while serving his country, this park is dedicated to his service. He was serving aboard the USS Stark in the Persian Gulf when it was attacked. He was one of 37 sailors who died as a result of the attack.
The park features typical playground equipment but with a design that accommodates those with special needs. The play area includes zip slides, climbing walls, various slides, umbrella canopies and Americans with Disabilities Act-approved amenities. It also includes double ramps to allow for multiple wheelchairs and the groundcover is concrete with a padding overlay to make it easier for wheelchairs to maneuver through the park.