Within the 720 acres of Mobile's Langan Park are an art museum, a golf course, a theatre playhouse and the Mobile Botanical Gardens, plus the many athletic aspects of a municipal park. This is all for people who live in Mobile apartments, leaving you with no excuse not to visit. Enjoy boating and fishing in lakes, playing football, disc golf and softball and tennis. Playgrounds and picnic tables are found on the wide open space by Langan Park apartment residents, as well as walking and jogging trails. The 18 hole Azalea City Golf Course found here has a history of hosting PGA events and has been developed with quality lawns. The Mobile Tennis Center has 50 courts that can be used for private lessons or reserved for your Mobile apartment tennis tournament. When you go to the Mobile Museum of Art at the park you can view European, American, non-Western, and Decorative Arts collections. Playhouse in the park produces four productions a year and focuses on youth in theater arts. Exquisite arrays of blooming plants, trees and shrubs are found at the botanical gardens. Covered pavilions provide shade for those hot summer days or unexpected rain showers on people who live in Langan Park apartments. With all the wide open space at the park, you can surely find a peaceful place to get away from city life.
Free is a favorite word of most people who live in Mobile apartments, and that is the charge to the Mobile Botanical Gardens. The beautiful horticultural center is located in the heart of Mobile and offers a rare blend of nature trails and cultivated areas to Mobile Botanical Gardens apartment residents. Taking over 100 acres of the city, the park features blooming plants, trees, herbs and ferns. Not only can you look at the pretty plants, but often cuttings of the greenery are offered for sale to people who live in Mobile Botanical Gardens apartments. Since the park is open dawn to dusk year round, you may stroll through the plots of growth at your leisure, with or without a tour guide. Some of the attributes of the park are a gorgeous Rhododendron Garden, a Fern Glade, an Herb Garden, and a Camellia Winter Garden. Collections of perennials, roses, magnolias and hollies can also be found by horticulturists who live in Mobile Botanical Gardens apartments. You may also stroll through the Longleaf Pine Forest of 27 acres. Bring your picnic lunch to this lovely setting from your Mobile apartment, and while you're here, you may watch dozens of varieties of birds, and then draw, paint or photograph them with the appealing background of the park. It is asked that visitors respect the habitat of all the creatures that live here. The park is an intimate, natural setting, perfect for a wedding or reception of Mobile Botanical Gardens apartment dwellers, and it's available for rent. Check it out - you'll be glad you did.
Smack dab in the center of town is Bienville Square, a lovely get-away park for downtown workers who live in Mobile apartments. The name implies exactly what it is, a one acre square bordered by Dauphin, St. Joseph, St. Francis and North Conception. Residents of Bienville Square apartments have plenty of park benches here to read a book, the newspaper or just people watch. The open space even allows for a game of Frisbee, a picnic or a nap on a blanket. It's the perfect downtown park that also hosts several events throughout the year. This historic location has a record as far back as 1824 when the US Congress designated that this space be forever held as a city park. That's dedication from the government to have this location for Mobile apartment dwellers for their entire lifetime. Since the 1800's, trees have been pulled and planted, fences went up and came down, famous people have spoken here, and fountains and bandstands constructed. When you visit the park from your Bienville Square apartment, be sure to think about this history. The official Mobile Christmas tree is set up in Bienville Square each year and a lighting ceremony brings on the holiday spirit. Also found in the park during the year is the Jazz in Bienville celebration, and it is the epicenter for Mobile's Bayfest Music Festival. The quaintness of the park makes it a nice setting for each event, with enough room for people who live in Bienville Square apartments to get around easily.
At Chickasabogue Park, residents of Mobile apartments can find a great mix of a wildlife refuge and a fun recreational location. Athletes who live in Chickasabogue Park can play disc golf, go swimming, hiking, cycling or just play Frisbee. And for those who want to explore the diversity of the natural area they have over 1100 acres of park to do so. To make good use of the extensive waterways, you may rent a canoe for just $5 per hour or $20 for the day. You'll be paddling the same routes taken by Indians hundreds of years ago. Pavilions are available at the park for those who wish to bring a group from their Chickasabogue Park apartments. Grilling is popular on the many barbecue grills. After filling your belly you can lounge in the sun on the sugar white sandy beaches. There are eleven miles of hiking and biking trails that weave throughout the park. You will see and feel the peacefulness of the park and it's a great getaway from your Mobile apartment. If fishing appeals to you, bring your rod and you can catch bass, bluegill and catfish from the shore. Further upstream you may be able to hook white flounder, redfish and striped bass to gourmet cook for your friends at your Mobile apartment complex. If you decide to spend the night away from your Chickasabogue Park apartment, you can do so at a low rate of $5 per tent for two people in the primitive camping area and $10 per tent in the Back Country. Get away to the park soon.
Spend a day or a week away from your Mobile apartment at the beautiful 1,327 acre Meaher State Park. Located in the wetlands area of Mobile Bay, residents of Meaher State Park apartments have a great place to go fish or just explore. The features of this serene Alabama State Park include hiking trails with two boardwalks through the wetlands, a newly constructed pier and boat ramp, 56 renovated campsites and a recently modernized picnic area. The island park is accessed from the Mobile Bay Causeway and is primarily a day use park. With the latest updates to the camping areas, however, it may get more use from overnighters. Each campsite has 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical connections, as well as water and sewer. It's almost as good as being home at your Mobile apartments, so pitch your tent for the weekend. The sound of silence on the peaceful island will put you to sleep each night, as opposed to your noisy neighbors at your Meaher State Park apartment. It's amazing how inexpensive it is to get into the park, with people under 11 and over 61 paying just 50 cents, and all ages in between paying a dollar. With breathtaking views of the Mobile Delta, plenty of wildlife to view, and the convenience of comfort stations, working people who live in Meaher State Park apartments have something to look forward to at the end of the week. The park is open 7 am to sundown, year round.