Community Kids Park “Imagination Station”: pavilion, tennis courts, and playground — McMillan Ave.
White Park: softball field, playground — South Day St.
Splash Pad: kiddie water park — McMillan Ave.
Sye Davis Park: Powell Ave.
Halliday Park: skateboard park, playground, tennis courts — McMeans Ave.
Brownwood Park: basketball court, baseball field — Newport Pkwy
Spirit Park: city pool with water slides, basketball and tennis courts — Bradley Ave.
Ulmer Park: Basketball, baseball field — Shedrick Hardy Pkwy
Bayfront Park: pavilion, canoe and kayak access, pier, gazebo, boardwalk connected to the Village Point Park Reserve — Bayfront Drive at Mobile Bay
Village Point Park Reserve: bayfront access with pier and sandy beach, historic Jackson’s Oak, pavilion with picnic tables, nature trails, grills — Main Street
Belrose Park: picnic area, beach, walking access to Mobile Bay — Belrose Ave. at Mobile Bay
W.O. Lott Park: basketball court, baseball, tennis, bocce courts, playground — Main Street
Centennial Park: picnic area, playground — Main Street
Al Trione Sports Complex: Large area with multiple fields including baseball, softball, and soccer fields. Dog park — Whispering Pines Road
Dryer Bay Access: beach, walking access to Mobile Bay — Dryer Ave at Mobile Bay
May Day Park: picnic tables, playground, bay access, boat ramp, pier, beach — College Ave at Mobile Bay
Joe Louis Patrick Park: picnic and playground — Johnson Road
McMillian Bluff: overlook deck, walking access to Mobile Bay, sandy beach
Jubilee Courtyard: fountain, benches and tables — Main Street
Fairhope Municipal Pier and Park: large area with sandy beach, boat launch, pavilion, benches, covered areas, picnic tables, duck pond, marina, rose garden, fountain, restaurant — Beach Road
Skateboard Park — Volanta Ave.
Knoll Park — Fairhope Ave at Magnolia Street
Fairhope Municipal Sporting Park: baseball, gymnasium, indoor/outdoor pools, tennis — Greeno Road at Volanta Street
Fairhoper’s Community Park: large green space, gazebo, playground with picnic tables — Church Street at Morphy Ave.
Toddlers Park: playground — Fels Ave. and Liberty Street
Graham Creek Nature Preserve: 500 acres, hiking and biking trails, canoe and kayak launch, 2 disc golf courses, picnic areas, archery park — 23460 Wolf Bay Drive
Foley 5 Plex: 5 ball fields, pitching and batting cages, bleachers, playground — North of the Foley Soccer Park on Hwy 98
Foley Soccer Park: soccer fields — Hwy 98
Heritage Park: Foley Depot Museum — East Laurel Ave
Beulah Heights Park: basketball, tennis, baseball, softball, playground — South Michigan Ave.
John B Foley Park: Hwy 59
Aaronville Park: swimming pool — South Cedar Street
Melvin Roberts Park: baseball, tennis, basketball, nature trail, gazebo, playground, pavilion — Cedar Street
Foley Kids Park: playground — Alston and Verbena Streets
Max Griffin Park: pool — Roosevelt Ave.
Gulf State Park: camping facilities, hiking and biking trails, swimming pool, large lake for kayaking and paddleboarding, tennis, 2 miles of beach, fishing, 1,512 foot long pier into the Gulf, Segway, golf course — 20115 Hwy 135
Canal Park: fishing, benches, boat launch into Intracoastal Waterway — 50 West Canal Drive
George C. Meyer Tennis Center: tennis courts — 2049 West 2nd Street
Lagoon Pass Park: fishing and swimming — 1660 West Beach Blvd
Dog Park: water and waste bags provided — 308 Clubhouse Drive
Meyer Park: playground and youth ball fields — 400 E. 22nd Ave.
Skateboard Park — West 3rd Street
Sims Park: soccer, baseball, and softball fields — 2008 West 3rd Street
Wade Ward Nature Park: boardwalk overlooking wetlands — 500 Gulf Shores Pkwy
Sportsplex: Gulf Shores High School athletics — 19025 Oak Road
Cedar Street Park: playground, picnic tables, and gazebo — Cedar Street and Relham Drive
Loxley Municipal Park: Large area with softball and baseball fields, horseshoe pits, playground, trails, and pavilions — Municipal Park Drive at Hwy 59
Waterfront Park: pavilions, picnic area with grills, kids park, fishing pier — Canal Road
Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail: 15 miles of trails for biking and hiking, primitive campsites, swimming pool, eco tours, geocaching — Hwy 161
George P. Thames Senior Center: playground — 22651 E. Chicago Street
Honeybee Park: a walking park — Hwy 59
Garrett Park: basketball, tennis, pavilion, playground — 18205 Brewton Street
Oscar Johnson Park: playground — Hwy 104
Kids Park: playground — South First Street
Historic Blakeley State Park: 3,800 acres on the Blakeley River, over 10 miles of nature trails for hiking, biking, and horses, camping facilities — Hwy 225
Kids Park: pavilion, playground — behind City Hall
Meaher State Park: picnic area, camping facilities, and fishing — Battleship Pkwy
Eastern Shore Centre splash pad: Hwy 181, Eastern Shore Centre
Bicentennial Park: 367 acres, pavilion, walking trails, boat launch — Hwy 225
Old School Yard Park: playground — Hwy 59
Live Oak Landing — 8700 Live Oak Road
Children’s Splash Park — First Street
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