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Escatawpa Hollow Park, Mobile County Parks to Open June 1

Posted on: May 29th, 2020 | News and Announcementsfeatured newsPress Releases

On June 1, Mobile County will open the Phase I of Escatawpa Hollow Park and Campground. The park, located at 1551 Moffett Road in Wilmer, will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for limited daytime use, 7-days a week. This highly anticipated opening will allow public access to the beach and picnic areas, which include renovated restrooms, pavilions, picnic tables and grills. The park was previously closed to develop and implement a Master Plan for renovation and expansion. Construction work is slated to begin this summer on Phase II park improvements.

 

Chickasabogue Park and River Delta Marina and Campground will also open on June 1, operating 7-days a week. Camping at Chickasabogue and River Delta Marina will be limited to 50% capacity, and reservations are required in order to allow adequate spacing.

 

Open areas will include the pavilions, picnic tables, boat launches, fishing piers, hiking and biking trails, and disc golf fields. Currently, the parks are not renting canoes or kayaks. However, park patrons may bring personal canoes or kayaks to launch. Playground areas and exercise equipment, along with the swimming pool at River Delta Marina, will remain closed until further notice.

 

In addition, West Mobile County Park will open Tuesday, June 2, for team sports practices ONLY. There will be no organized games until June 15, 2020, in accordance with Governor Kay Ivey’s Amended Safer at Home Order.

 

For reservations or specific inquires about each park, contact:

Chickasabogue Park:           (251) 574-2267

River Delta Marina:             (251) 574-2266

Escatawpa Park:                   (251) 574-2267

West Mobile Park:                (251) 574-7275

 

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