Blakeley State Park

Visit Historic Blakeley State ParkConfederate trail through the woods at Historic Blakeley State Park.

Are you a history buff that thrives on visiting historic areas? If so, you will defiantly want to incorporate the Historic Blakeley State Park into your vacations. Visit the town of Blakeley, one of the oldest towns of Baldwin County dating back to the 1820;s. While you brush up on historic events such as The Battle of Blakeley, you will also enjoy all the nature this park has to offer.

View of the Historic Blakeley Battleground.Today, the park is decorated with 400 year old oak trees and horned owl hoots. It is known as one of the south’s loveliest ghost towns. Walk to historic nature trails or jump on the Delta Explorer for a guided tour of Historic Blakeley State Park. It is surely an adventure you and your family will never forget.

Map of Blakeley State Park Historic Battlefield.

Viewing point within the wetlands of Historic Blakeley State ParkThe Delta is a wilderness wetland eco-system where you will explore scenic views and encounter the many inhabitants that take shelter here. Since it is the home of the State’s largest populations of alligators, black bears, osprey you are sure to get those fantastic wilderness family photos.

The park welcomes those who love to become one with nature by camping. It offers two different campgrounds to experience. The Apalachee campground is for those campers with recreational vehicles. It has underground utilities and was designed for privacy from other campers. It is modernized and awaits your arrival. The Harper campground is equipped for those who would rather tent camp. You do not have utilities but there are restrooms located nearby, fire rings to cozy up by and picnic tables for all your outdoor family meals.

Have a relaxing, adventurous and educational experience by visiting the Historic Blakeley State Park. Immerse yourself in “the South’s loveliest ghost town”, while you make historic memories with your family and friends.

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