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Get to Know Spanish Fort

The bridge to Mobile stretches from the shores of this city, named for a Spanish fort from the Revolutionary war. It’s also home to ecological wonders as part of the Mobile Bay Delta.

Spanish Fort has a population of about 8,300, which is an increase of more than a 1,000 from 2010. The small city is known as a bedroom community and it has among the best performing schools in Baldwin County.

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Established communities and new construction subdivisions are sprinkled throughout Spanish Fort. Given the city's recent growth, you can find plenty of available lots in your preferred location. As for Spanish Fort's waterfront homes, these properties can be found on the bay, on the river, or on a stocked lake (like those in The Lakes community). Want to see a home in person? Call us at (251) 747-5932!

Spanish Fort Lifestyle

Historic Blakely State Park combines a diverse natural features and an abundance of history. The grounds are the site of the last major battle of the Civil War and also has remnants of the early Alabama town of Blakely, colonial era homes, and Native American settlements going back thousands of years.

What to Do in Spanish Fort

Parks, Trails, and Boating

Five rivers and a pair of state parks are in the small town of Spanish Fort, providing plenty opportunities for fishing, boating, hunting, history and other outdoor activities. Meaher State Park has 1,327 acres and visitors can go on a guided tour along a boardwalk into Mobile Delta or take advantage of fishing piers.

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