Meaher State Park

Picnic Pavilions

Meaher State Park Pavilion

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Pavilion Rentals

We have three pavilions here that you can rent for your event. If you think you want to plan a birthday celebration or a summer company picnic we recommend that you rent ahead of time to guarantee the space. Each pavilion has picnic tables and can accommodate up to 60 people. They also have a couple of small charcoal grills for use and the restrooms are conveniently located nearby.


*The fee for the pavilion does not include the $3/person entry fee (anyone under 12 comes in for free; Veterans with proof of status are also free).


If you are renting a pavilion, you and your guests have access to all of the amenities in the park, such as our fishing pier, boardwalk, and walking trails. If you are fishing, we do require you to have a freshwater fishing license


Residents of Alabama who are under 16 and over 65 are not required to purchase a license.


Park hours are from 6:30 AM to 7:00 PM or sunset (Strictly enforced)



Commonly Asked Questions

Q: Do the pavilions have power and water?

A: Pav 1 has a short distance to plug in an extension cord. There is a bath house located nearby as well. Pav 2 has nothing as far as water/electricity but it is very close to our main shower house with restrooms. Pav 3 does have lights, plugs, water. All have various picnic tables to help accommodate.

Q: Can we bring our own grill to cook-out on?

A: Yes.

Q: Can we play music?

A: As long as it is not amplified, nor is it vulgar, than yes, you can have music. Please keep in mind that you will be next to campers/guests. Please be courteous.

Q: Can we stay after 7:00 PM?

A: No. The park is only open to the public from 6:30 AM to 7:00 PM or sunset (whichever comes first).

Q: Will you spray for ants before our scheduled arrival?

A: We currently have a pest management plan that has been successful. The company working with us sprays regularly.

Q:  Can we set-up games? (Volleyball, corn-hole, horseshoes, bad mitten, etc.)

A: Yes, just please be courteous to our campers.