The centerpiece of this beautiful 1,080-acre park located in Dallas County, near Selma, is a 100-acre lake. Visitors enjoy the relaxing atmosphere surrounding the lake, which offers fishing, paddling and swimming. Day use opportunities include: picnicking and barbecue grills throughout the picnic area, and pavilions for family reunions, birthday parties and other special events. Approximately 15-20 miles of hiking trails offer excursions into the surrounding forest.
Picturesque Lakepoint Resort State Park is located on the banks of the 45,000-acre Lake Eufaula, also known as “The Bass Capital of the World.” Lakepoint offers a variety of amenities such as an 18-hole championship golf course, full service restaurant and lounge, marina, hiking trails, modern campground, swimming complex, tennis courts, playgrounds, convention and meeting facilities.
Summer is hot in south Alabama, which makes Blue Springs State Park in Cilo the perfect place to cool off. This park may be a secret swimming hole to the locals, but it is well worth the drive from anywhere in the state. While Blue Springs is a great summertime spot, it is welcoming year-round. If you are looking for a place to slow down and enjoy some peace and quiet, this is it!
Chewacla State Park’s 696 scenic acres offer plenty of rest, relaxation and recreation just a short drive from the Auburn-Opelika area. Facilities include a 26-acre lake, swimming area, playground, a modern campground, picnic areas with tables, grills and shelters, cabins, and hiking and mountain biking trails.
This 520-acre roadside park is tucked away along U.S. 43 in rural Marengo County. Complete with modern campsites, a wading pool, rental pavilions, playground equipment and plenty of green space, Chickasaw State Park is perfect for family gatherings or as a base camp for your Black Belt adventure.
Hugging the shore of the 22,000-acre Dannelly Reservoir, Roland Cooper features a nine-hole golf course with clubhouse, vacation cottages, modern campground, and a scenic picnic area with tables, grills, pavilions and comfort station. The fishing on this reservoir, also known as Millers Ferry, offers some of the best fishing in southwest Alabama. With ample populations of game fish in the lake, anglers should be pleased with their chances of landing a keeper. The park also provides boat launching facilities and hosts fishing tournaments throughout the year.