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Village Point Park Preserve, Daphne

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Village Point Park Preserve is located in Daphne. Plan to see Village Point Park Preserve and other attractions that appeal to you using our Daphne travel itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • You can walk down long road/pathway to boardwalks along the bay - there is a pier and sandy shore line - you can walk to another park too!  more »
  • A well maintained park on Mobile Bay. Such a neat place to just walk and unwind. Highly recommend. Easy to hike with raised, wooden walkways, but also well marked trails through some of the old growth...  more »
  • A great place for a nature walk. Lots of trees & a beautiful view of Mobile Bay. Along the way, you'll see Jackson's Oak, where Andrew Jackson is said to have stopped with his troops, and an old cemet...  more »
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  • One of the prettiest places in Daphne to walk, run, take your dog, or have a picnic is at the location of an historical site. Read the information at the entrance so you don't miss a thing. Beautiful views of Mobile Bay at every turn along the various boardwalks and paths. It's fun to view the changing scenery of the seasons-- wildflowers, all kinds of birds, even alligators.
  • I go to this park often to do everything from walking my dog to, fishing, and lately it has become a popular place to play Pokemon Go. Before that turns most of you off I will say the amount of pokemon players has shrunk lately. By no means have I ever felt cramped here. It is a beautiful park with two stunning views from two piers. Doggy friendly with pet waste disposal stations through. Very family friendly.
  • Gorgeous! The best for walks, jogs and constant exploring. Take the kids. This is nothing sorry of a national-like preserve and has site seeing for days! Also, 3 different entrances which let's you discover even more.
  • Really cool lil getaway. Some people were having a wedding there as well. Nice place
  • Love walking the trail with hubby! Such an amazing place with lots of history!