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Bladon Springs State Park


Opened as a private spa in 1838, visitors to Bladon Springs traveled from all over the country to benefit from the "curing" properties of the park's four mineral wells. In 1846, a large Greek Revival hotle was built to accomodate the influx of visitors. This health resort was once called the "Saratoga of the South" and remianed open through the Civil War. The State of Alabama purchased the property in 1934 and converted the location to a state park.


There is a $1 per person park entry fee to enter Bladon Springs Park. Please pay at the fee box. 


While the resort hotel is gone, visitors to Bladon Springs State Park can still refresh themselves in the tranquility of this rural location. Peace and quiet are hallmarks of this forested setting making it an excellent camping and wildlife viewing location. Birders will also love Bladon Springs, which is stop on Alabama’s Black Belt Birding Trail. Expect to see a wide variety of song birds, wood peckers and raptors. 


Bladon Springs State Park features 10 campsites with 30-amp hook up, primitive camping and three pavilions available for rental. Bladon Springs State Park is the perfect camping location for hunters visiting Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge.

Area attractions

Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, the Red Hills Forever Wild Tracts, and Trade Days in Coffeeville, Ala. Bladon Springs State Park is also approximately one hour north of dining and shopping in the Mobile area.


Donna McCullough

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Beautiful park. Quiet and very peaceful. Great place to bring the kids to spend a day at the park :)

Lorrie Jones

Monday, Feb. 20, 2017
This is a nice, little park that may be best suited for day use. The old springs have been covered over and some of the wooded areas look like they are being worked on. Downed huge trees and the stream is jagged and rough. You can tell someone has been working on landscaping and maintaining the buildings. There are several pavilions well suited for picnics and the bathrooms are clean/cared for. Camp sites are available but the water is not on and while it looks wired for electrical hookup; we couldn't tell if it worked. Since this is now locally owned and run now no one else was there to answer questions. A sign with information and the areas history would have been most welcome. We enjoyed a walk while we debated on camping. Finally we decided to more on but make our way back here in the future hoping to find work has progressed until camping here would be more adventurous.

David Mckee

Monday, Nov. 13, 2017
Well cared for historic site. Quiet and peaceful place for picnic or family gathering. The campground appeared to be operational, with a phone call to the caretaker.

Jenny Shearhart

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Beautiful park, clean clean facilities!

Jamshed Arslan

Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018
Washrooms locked, no one around, dogs unleashed. That's Saturday. Imagine how the weekdays could be.

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