HISTORIC BICENTENNIAL PARK
51233 State Highway 225
Stockton, Alabama 36507
The Baldwin County Bicentennial Park is 367-acres of history and beauty, which was designated by the Baldwin County Commission during the County’s Bicentennial in 2009. The Baldwin County Bicentennial Park is dedicated to preserving the county’s rich cultural heritage and leaving a historical legacy for future generations.
Take a docent led tour of the 19th century community. The tour of historic Bicentennial Park is one that any visitor can never forget! On the tour, you get to visit the 19th century community of “Live Oak” to include: The Little Red School House , 19th Century Blacksmithing, historic Montpelier Methodist Church, The General Store, or pick a few veggies from the garden.
Bring your family to enjoy the Davida Hastie Nature Trail or to enjoy a family picnic on the beautifully manicured lawn or at the park pavilion. The pavilion and picnic area is also available to be reserved for parties, weddings, meetings and other activities.
Another great attraction is the Veterans Memorial Park. These memorials pay tribute to the brave men and women who have and continue to serve this country. Each monument placed at the memorial pays tribute to the veterans of that war era and acknowledges the sacrifices each of these brave soldiers made to give us the freedoms we enjoy today.
Of course, Baldwin County’s story begins, with the Native Americans who inhabited the region as far back as 10,000 years ago. On the grounds of the park in the Native American Village, there is a replica of an 1800s trade house, four winter homes, stockade gardens and a ceremonial mound.
Bicentennial Park is a great place to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
More Information about Parks and Reservations can be found here.