Visit one of the most diverse state parks in Alabama.
Explore over 20 miles of hiking trails and discover the history of Blakely. Several historic sites within Blakely State Park include the town's cemetery, Washington Square, Civil War battlefield, old courthouse site, and jury oak pavilion. During the American Civil War, the battle of Fort Blakely happened on April 9, 1865, and was the last major battle of the war. You can take a self-guided battlefield tour to learn more about what happened here.
Visitors can also come here for primitive and RV camping. There are a limited number of cabins available too. The camping sites are available via online reservation. Another fun thing to do is ride the Delta Explorer on a boat cruise. This allows you to see the diverse ecosystem surrounding the harbor. Several different tours are offered, such as a lunch cruise, sunset cruise, port of Mobile cruise, and more. This state park is open daily from 8 am to dusk. Bring your friends and family, and enjoy your time at Historic Blakely State Park.