Meaher State Park, 5200 Battleship Pkwy, Spanish Fort
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 facility is located on an island at the north end of the bay and is surrounded by wetlands of the Mobile Bay estuary.
@Michael Boyink @marcusneto Man - wonder what Meaher looks like.22 hours 2 minutes ago
Connie Rogers I really don't know how to rate this place..I am still upset thinking about my experiences there. The overall facilities (if I could have used them) seemed very nice and the surroundings very pretty, thanks to God. We checked in the first year (03/12} and to make a long story short..when we got up to take a shower at 9 am...someone was HOSING the ladies room down to clean it. IT IS THE ONLY SHOWER IN THE PARK!!!! Does that make sense to anyone. Rv parks are for travelers...vacationers..last I remember. We paid for the facility..who in their right mind would clean a bathroom before a reasonable check out hour???? Lets forward to 9/13...we figured we would try it again. Upon check in we asked our attendant about the bathrooms and told of our experience the year before. She said right back "oh no they get cleaned on Thursday"..so since the following morning was Wednesday we joked about it and that was that. WELL GUESS WHAT!!!! The next 8am my husband went to use the mens' shower and low and behold....HOSING DOWN THE FREAKIN MENS ROOM!!!!! All we got for our complaints to the stupid state ranger was total rudeness and when i asked for a refund or credit I was asked to leave the park.. Alabama is not for me. Do not go there.
Nickie Smith Before planning to visit the Mobile area, we checked out the area parks by visual maps and contacting the park about it hiking trails. We arrived at the park only to be told by the attendant that there are NO hiking trails at that park location. NOT what were told by whomever over the phone. Our call was probably taken in "Montgomery at the state parks office." The attendant was nice enough to give us our dollar back. The park seemed clean and peaceful...for the RV campers...not hikers. Therefore, if you want to hike go somewhere else. It's a nice park. It's a shame they don't have a kayak, paddleboard, and or canoe rental place right there in the park. Disappointed in Mobile