Visitors of all ages are thrilled with what they find in Alabama State Parks. Particularly in the hot seasons, families can find respite from the heat in the crystal clear lakes and Gulf waters of Alabama. Swimming, fishing, boating, and nature-educational programs provide year-round entertainment for families.
The varied terrain of the state of Alabama awards hikers with numerous tests of strength and occasions for nature and wildlife viewing. Whether you are seeking the cool shade of the mountains or the stunning birding opportunities near the ocean, Alabama has it to offer.
This park, located at the confluence of the Tombigbee and Alabama River gives a unique perspective of the area. This Mobile Bay watershed area is rife with natural wonders and is a habitat for numerous bird species. Two self-guided trails with boardwalks wind through the wetlands providing glimpses of such treasured birds as Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, White Ibis, American White Pelicans, and Clapper Rail.
Everyone likes a little adventure now and again and Alabama State Parks provide opportunities for adventure to experienced and novice adventurers alike. These parks are a fantastic place to learn everything from bouldering, repelling, mountain biking, and aerial adventure.