Parks
There are more than 66 parks and playgrounds in the Mobile area offering facilities for picnics, canoeing, biking, hiking, camping and other leisure activities.

Cooper Riverside Park

Cooper Riverside Park, adjacent to the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center, is a waterfront oasis in the heart of downtown. The park offers a spectacular vantage point for watching the ship traffic in Mobile’s busy port.

Medal of Honor Park

Medal of Honor Park in West Mobile boasts a walking track, softball fields, tennis courts and an exciting playground area. This park features a sprawling woodsy setting.

Langan Park

Langan Park is a 720-acre municipal park, which offers golf, tennis, outdoor concerts, a children’s playground and picnic areas. It is also home to the Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile Botanical Gardens and Playhouse in the Park.


Chickasabogue Park

Chickasabogue Park, a county park in a wooded setting, is a favorite campground, with bike and foot trails, fishing and other amenities.

Meaher State Park

Located in the Mobile River Delta just minutes from downtown is Meaher State Park.
It is on the Causeway with public boat ramps and a scenic wetlands nature trail.

Bienville Square

At the heart of downtown’s booming business district is Bienville Square. As the center of many downtown events such as BayFest and Kids Days in Bienville, this park is loved for its massive oaks, bandstand and huge wrought-iron fountain. Nearby in the Arts District, Cathedral Square, designed as a performing arts park, is a perfect urban setting for outdoor concerts.

Spanish Plaza

Spanish Plaza sits adjacent to the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce and Mobile Civic Center. Memorial Park, bordered by two of the city’s main thoroughfares, honors those who defended our country in times of war.
 

Washington Square & British Park

Many neighborhoods nestle parks within their confines. Two such parks are Washington Square, located in the Oakleigh Garden District, and British Park, in the East Church Street District. Both are surrounded by restored 19th century residences.

Fairhope Pier Park

Baldwin County is home to many beautiful waterfront parks. The Fairhope Pier Park features a 1,450-foot fishing and recreational pier as well as over half a mile of sandy beach. The pier has become a gathering place to watch the fabulous sunsets over Mobile Bay, and the surrounding park is the location of Earth Day celebrations.