5 Rivers ~ Alabama's Delta Resource Center

Where the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Apalachee and Blakeley rivers flow into Mobile Bay stands an incredible facility for outdoor recreation, conservation and land stewardship in Alabama: 5 Rivers. It's the ultimate place to begin your adventure into over 250,000 acres of scenic waterways, woods and wetlands. Or, simply soak up the natural beauty and history of the region with plenty to do and see at the facility itself.

5 Rivers - Alabama's Delta Resource Center
30945 5 Rivers Blvd.
Spanish Fort, AL  36527
(Phone) 251-625-0814  (Fax) 251-625-0864
Open seven days a week, 8am-5pm

 

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LOCAL AREA ATTRACTIONS:

MEAHER STATE PARK
This 1,327-acre park is directly across the street from 5 Rivers, and is a day-use, picnicking and scenic park with modern camping hook-ups for overnight visitors. Meaher’s boat ramp and fishing pier will appeal to every fisherman. A self-guided walk on two nature trails includes a boardwalk with an up-close view of the beautiful Mobile Delta.

BLAKELEY HISTORIC PARK
Tour the preserved Civil War battlefield with its Confederate and Union breastworks and fortifications. Walk or bike on miles of trails and roadways.  RV and tent camping available.

DOWNTOWN MOBILE
Food, fun, history - there is something for everyone in Mobile.

USS ALABAMA BATTLESHIP MEMORIAL PARK
America's most unique military attraction celebrating 50 years on Mobile Bay.

GULFQUEST NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
GulfQuest is the first museum dedicated to the Gulf Coast's rich maritime traditions – and one of the only interactive maritime museums in the country.

 

5 Rivers Delta Hall and DocksDIRECTIONS TO 5 RIVERS:

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From Pensacola:

I10 West, take Exit 35 (Daphne-Fairhope, US 98)
From the exit go straight through the traffic signal at the intersection with US 98.
Merge onto US 90/98, also called Battleship Parkway
Cross over Blakeley River Bridge, continue for approximately 1/4 mile.
Turn right onto 5 Rivers Blvd, directly across from Meaher State Park.
Follow the road and signs into the property.

From Mobile/Mississippi:

I10 East through the George Wallace Tunnel. 
Take the immediate exit after the Tunnel, Exit 27 onto Battleship Parkway (US 90E).
Go approximately 1/2 mile past the Blue Gill Restaurant and turn left onto Five Rivers Blvd, which is directly across the road from Meaher State Park. 
Follow the road and signs into the property.

From Birmingham/North Alabama:

I65 South to Exit 31 (HWY 225)
Follow Hwy 225 to Hwy 31 in Spanish Fort
Turn Right onto HWY 31/90/98 and go to mile marker 42
Turn Right onto 5 Rivers Blvd, which is directly across the road from Meaher State Park.
Follow the road and signs into the property.