Alabama State Parks Division


United States


64 North Union St., Room 538 Montgomery, AL


Latitude: 32.378583

Longitude: -86.299026

Greg Lein & Rob Grant


(334) 242-3334


(334) 242-3901

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The Alabama State Parks Division operates and maintains 22 state parks encompassing approximately 48,000 acres of land and water in Alabama. The parks range from Gulf Coast beaches to Appalachian Mountains providing opportunities and facilities from basic day-use activities to resort convention lodging, restaurant and golfing areas.


Mission: To acquire and preserve natural areas; to develop, furnish, operate and maintain recreational facilities, and to extend the public’s knowledge of the state’s natural environment.



  • To manage and operate the parks system in an economically sound and efficient manner on the most self-sustaining basis possible.
  • To provide and maintain high quality facilities and services to meet the needs of visitors; to provide an opportunity for personal growth and development of individuals through outdoor experiences. 
  • To promote use of state parks facilities. 
  • To preserve unique natural features and integrity of state parks for future generations.
  • To promote good will and enhance the public image of Alabama, and the Alabama State Parks through dedicated, courteous employees. 


Fishing in Alabama State Parks


Choose one of the many premier fishing destinations in Alabama State Parks


The fishing enthusiast will find freshwater and saltwater fishing at its finest in Alabama. Our lakes, rivers and streams are home to a variety of species including bass, bream, crappie, catfish, walleye and rainbow trout to name a few! At our Gulf State Park, the saltwater angler will find excitement in landing the big one from the pier or right from the beach. Everything from king mackerel, amberjack, cobia, flounder, bluefish, tuna and more. Many of our parks offer full marina services, including boat rentals, bait & tackle, snacks and cold drinks. Regardless of the type of fishing you may choose, please be sure to check state licensing regulations and creel limits. For the more competitive anglers, several of our Alabama State Parks play host to a number of tournaments throughout the year and we welcome you and your family to join us. For more information about fishing in the coastal or freshwaters of Alabama, go to the Official Alabama Fishing 

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