Meaher State Park has 61 RV campsites with 20, 30 and 50-amp electrical connections with water and sewer. We also have 10 improved tent sites with water and 20-amp electricity at each site. The campground also features a new bathhouse with laundry facilities for overnight campers.
RV Sites: $37 per night
Weekly Rate: $196
Monthly Rate: $784 per month - April 1 to October 31 (season) – 28 nights
$627 per month - November 1 to March 31 (off-season) – 28 nights
Improved Tent Sites: $24 per night
Weekly Rate: $152
Two night minimum for weekends.
Three night minimum for holidays.
All senior citizens (62+) and 100% disabled persons are eligible for a 15% discount on camping fees Sunday through Thursday nights from April 1st to October 31st with the exception of holiday weekends. A 15% discount on camping fees is offered from Sunday through Saturday nights from November 1st to the end of March with the exception of holiday weekends. Proof of age or disability is required. Discounts are not available in conjunction with group rates, special packages, or other discounts. Discounts are not valid on weekly or monthly rates, or on holiday weekends. Discounts must be mentioned prior to reservation completion.
Thank you for choosing Meaher State Park as your destination to relax. We would like to take a moment and educate all of our guests, present and future about some things at the park. Meaher State Park is located on the Mobile Delta and is a beautiful natural habitat for various types of wildlife and insects. We would like to provide notice of the Argentine Ant colony that is affecting the area. Argentine Ants are foraging ants, they do not bite or sting, however they will forage for water and food and are very invasive. There have been issues in the past with the ants making their way into campers, storage tents, and other similar structures, and we are taking steps to remedy it, but we need your help. We ask that when you arrive you are prepared with something, such as pest control dust or gel, to place around all jacks, hoses, cables, tires, and any other things the ants can use to gain entry to your unit. This will help keep them outside and assist us in effectively treating the colony. We again would like to stress, these are foraging ants, they are looking for food and water, and they are not harmful. Please take extra care around your site, pick up any litter, and do not leave any standing water that would attract them. Thank you for you patronage and please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
If you would like more information on the Argentine Ants please follow the link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentine_ant to an informational website, not affiliated with Alabama State Parks.
To learn more about the Argentine Ants and how to control them check out this article provided by the County Extension Office.