Historic Blakeley State Park
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Historic Blakeley State Park

This pristine 2,100-acre park preserves the sites of Alabama's largest Civil War battle; the important early Alabama town of Blakeley; and American Indian and colonial era settlements. Several miles of unspoiled Confederate and Union fortifications used during the Battle of Fort Blakeley on April 9, 1865, are on view. Visitors can walk the original streets of the ghost town of Blakeley. Over a dozen miles of walking, biking, and horseback riding trails showcase the beauty of the rich natural environment. The park is a stop on the Alabama Gulf Coastal Birding Trail and the Civil War Discovery Trail. The park has RV and primitive and improved camping facilities, cabins, a horse trailer campground, as well as a wedding facility available for rental. The park also offers boat tours exploring the rich biodiversity and cultural heritage of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Kayak launch available.

34745 AL Hwy. 225 Spanish Fort, AL 36527
251 626-0798
Open 8 a.m.- Dusk
This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.
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Adults $4.00 Children 6-12 $3 Children under 6 free
Open 8 a.m.- Dusk

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  • 34745 AL Hwy. 225
  • Spanish Fort, AL 36527
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