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Historic Blakeley State Park

34745 State Highway 225

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Blakeley State Park invites visitors to explore the remains of Civil War rifle fire pits, batteries and earthen forts. Visitors can also ride the “Delta Explorer” pontoon boat that tours the area’s aquatic wildlife habitats. Nowhere else will you experience such a rare and compatible combination of multiple historic sites nestled in pristine woodlands along the Tensaw River.Overnight in either our modern RV Apalachee Campground with full utility hookups or in the Harper Campground for tents and pop-ups. See “Camping” for more information and rates.Tour the preserved Civil War battlefield with its Confederate and Union breastworks and fortifications. Walk or bike on miles of trails and roadways


Marie Benedict

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Staff is amazing, helpful, and kind. We camped for just one night as we're traveling. It was a wonderful experience to stop here explore the over 2, 000 acres. We were given a couple maps and page of the history of the park and we were able to do a tour on our cell phones of the part to show different spots in the significance of the spots. This was the last Battlefield of the Civil War after the treaty was signed. Very cool history here.

Amanda Seals

Monday, July 2, 2018
This is a very interesting place with history from the civil war. The scenery is beautiful. There are places for picnics. $4 for adult entry. We spent most of the evening here just exploring. We had a picnic at the town square which was very nice and shaded. There are hiking trails and a boardwalk near the river. They have cabins for rent and primitive camping sites. The folks at the gatehouse were very nice and helpful in suggesting picnic areas. Be sure to do the cell phone tour where you can hear the history about the different sites along the way.

Wade Tolbert

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Love blakely. Mountain bike trails. Walking trails. Launch a canoe. Whatever!! Year long is only 75$ for the whole family. So worth it! Pretty sweet camp sites! New cabins. Bathroom is always clean! Definitely worth a visit! Lots of history.

Bailey Laird

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Staff was very pleasant! I spent 3 hours hiking the trails with my dog. We took our time going down the trails. We went five miles down different trails. The scenery was amazing!! Go!

Nate Buker

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Camped two nights in the large primitive camping area. The camp sites back in the woods are more private since most families like to camp at the woods' edge at the field. Good tree spacing for hammock at site 19. I hiked most of the trails in a day. The terrain is quite varied. Awesome Civil War historical site.

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