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Meaher State Park Type State Park Location 5200 Battleship Parkway East Spanish Fort, Alabama, U.S.A. Coordinates 30°40′11″N 87°56′10″W / 30.66973°N 87.93604°W / 30.66973; -87.93604 Area 1,327 acres (5.37 km2) Operated by Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Meaher State Park is a state park located in Spanish Fort, Alabama. The park is accessed from the Battleship Parkway, also known locally as the Mobile Bay Causeway. The 1,327-acre (5.37 km2) facility is located on an island located at the north end of the bay and surrounded by wetlands of the Mobile Bay estuary.[1] Amenities The park is available for day use or camping. The camping area has 56 individual campsites. The park also features picnic areas, two nature trails with a boardwalk through the wetlands, a boat ramp and a fishing pier.[1] References ^ a b "Meaher State Park". "Alabama State Parks". Retrieved 2007-09-08.  External links Alabama State Parks - Meaher State Park v · d · eProtected Areas of Alabama Federal National Parks and Historic Sites Horseshoe Bend National Military Park  • Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site  • Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site National Monuments Russell Cave National Monument National Forests Conecuh • Talladega • Tuskegee • William B. Bankhead National Wildlife Refuges Bon Secour • Cahaba River • Choctaw • Eufaula • Fern Cave • Key Cave • Mountain Longleaf • Santa Cave • Watercress Darter • Wheeler Other Protected Areas Little River Canyon National Preserve • Natchez Trace Trail • Pinhoti National Recreation Trail • Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail • Weeks Bay Reserve Wilderness Areas Cheaha Wilderness • Dugger Mountain Wilderness • Sipsey Wilderness State State Parks Bladon Springs • Blue Springs • Buck's Pocket • Cathedral Caverns • Chattahoochee • Cheaha • Chewacla • Chickasaw • DeSoto • Florala • Frank Jackson • Gulf • Joe Wheeler • Lake Guntersville • Lake Lurleen • Lakepoint • Meaher • Monte Sano • Oak Mountain • Paul M. Grist • Rickwood Caverns • Roland Cooper • Wind Creek State Forests Fayette • Geneva • Little River • Saint Stephens • Weogufka Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (web)