The Blakeley Addition Tract in Baldwin County comprises 420 acres of upland pines and hardwoods as well as bottomland hardwoods lining the hills that edge the Mobile Delta marshlands. This tract serves as an addition to Historic Blakeley State Park.

In addition to the wild, undeveloped landscape, visitors can enjoy recreational opportunities such as hiking, camping, and bird and wildlife watching. The area is also rich in history, having once been home to prehistoric Indian societies, European pioneers, early American settlers, Civil War soldiers and generations of early farmers. 

Admission is charged to enter Historic Blakeley State Park.

Visit the Historic Blakeley State Park website.

See this tract on an interactive map.

From Mobile, take I-10 Exit 30 to US 31N (Battleship Parkway). After crossing Mobile Bay, turn left onto AL-225 and go 4 1/2 miles. Historic Blakeley State Park is on the left.

From I-65: Take Exit 31 and go south on Highway 225. Drive 15 miles and Historic Blakeley State Park is on the right.