251.626.0798 

Hours : 8 a.m. - Dusk
Seven days a week, 365 days a year


Historic Blakeley State Park remains open for day use and individual and family RV and tent camping during the current health crisis, although our boat cruises and all special programming have been postponed through the end of April. We ask that all guests be mindful of current CDC guidelines for helping prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus by avoiding gathering in groups, practicing good hygiene, and social distancing. We are taking extra precautions to make sure all park facilities are regularly sanitized. For your convenience, we now offer a way for guests to pay admission online through a link on our events page.

 

Nestled within the scenic Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Historic Blakeley State Park
is one of the largest and most diverse attractions within the Gulf Coast region.

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Welcome to Historic Blakeley State Park!

Visitors Guide

Nestled within the scenic Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Historic Blakeley State Park is one of the largest and most diverse attractions within the Gulf Coast region.

Within these more than 2,000 acres of some of the most biodiverse habitat in North America, the park contains the sites of Alabama's largest Civil War battle, the important early Alabama town of Blakeley, and Native American settlements dating back thousands of years. Nowhere else will you experience such a rare combination of rich cultural heritage and abundant natural beauty.

We invite you to explore the park through more than 16 miles of walking, biking and horseback riding trails by joining us for one of our many boat cruises into the rivers of the delta or through attending our numerous educational programs.

The park has cabins, RV and primitive camping facilities, as well as facilities available for rental for a variety of special events.

 

 

 

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