The D’Olive Bay tract consist of 212 acres of mixed hardwoods and pines, with low-lying areas and marsh draining into Mobile Bay. Located in next to the City of Daphne, the property serves as a nature preserve and recreation area. This tract also provides suitable habitat for the Alabama Red-bellied Turtle (Pseudemys alabamensis), a Federally Listed as Endangered Species.

 Recreational Opportunities

The D’Olive Bay tract currently has no designated access points or recreational trails. The City of Daphe in coordination with the State Lands Division is planning to extend the Gator Boardwalk North onto the D’Olive tract in the furture. Hunting is not available on this tract.


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Tract is located on the West side of Highway 98 between I-10 and Battleship Parkway on the west side of Mobile Bay in Daphne.