Meaher State Park
Meaher State Park in Spanish Fort, Alabama is comprised of an expansive tract of 1,327 acres. The park is located on an island that sits amidst the wetlands of the Mobile Bay. Meaher Park is a popular hiking and fishing destination and recently added modern camping facilities to its list of outdoor amenities.
From sunrise to sunset seven days a week, Meaher State Park offers two self-guided nature trails which are open to the public. These are not your everyday walks in the park, though. Both nature trails end in a stretch of boardwalk that extends out over the Mobile Delta.
Meaher State Park overlooks the Mobile Delta which is rich in the fish that flock to the Mobile Bay estuary. Fishermen visiting the Meaher Park can take their boats out via the ramp, fish from the new public pier, or find a spot of their own along the banks of the delta.
In response to overwhelming demand from fans of the park, Meaher now offers a brand new camping area. The 56 level campsites include RV hook-ups for water, sewer and electric. Also on-site are a public bathhouse and laundry facilities. During the day, campers also have access to the new comfort station and any of the many designated picnic areas.
Get your relaxation and recreation in the same place with a visit to the unique and beautiful waterside Meaher State Park in Spanish Fort, Alabama.