City of Chickasaw, Alabama


Legg Park

Legg Park
Corner of Gulf St. and Viaduct Rd.
Named after 2nd Lieutenant John D. Legg, a Vietnam War Veteran killed in action while piloting a helicopter in South Vietnam on May 1, 1967, at 22 years of age.

Mauvila Park
318 Myrtlewood Ave
Inventory includes a baseball diamond, tennis court, basketball court, benches, press box, swings, bathrooms, and a scoreboard.

Chickasaw Maritime Park
200 N. Craft Hwy.
Inventory includes benches, brick paths, gazebo, and a historical marker. The park dispays one of the original engines that was used to drain the swamp where the Chickasaw Shipyards were built. It is located in front of our Municipal complex and serves as an entrance gateway to our port area.

Miller Park in Chickasaw

Jesse T. Miller Park
Corner of Jackson St. and West Lee St.
Inventory includes recreational fields and basketball court.

Burrell Park

C. E. Burrell Park
Corner of Lee St. & Dumont St.
Inventory includes a walking/running trail, benches, and bridges.

Brooks Park in Chickasaw, AL

Brooks Park & Marina
599 N. Craft Hwy.
Inventory includes a boat, kayak and canoe launch, bird observation tower, fishing, boardwalks, running/walking trails, gazebos, and benches. Boat Launching $4.00 Shore fishing $2.00 Chickasaw Sr. Adults can register for free boat launch pass at Chickasaw City Hall.

disc golf

McConnell Civic Center Complex
224 Grant St.
Inventory includes Paul Devine Park, a public swimming pool, concessions, tennis courts and shuffleboard courts. Also part of the complex are the Community Library, playground, amphitheater, Civic Center, 18 basket Disc Golf Course, open green/walking space and numerous bridges.

Paddle Map

Ron Jones Paddle Trail
Chickasabogue Creek
Alabama Scenic River Trail, which is a formal Blueway Trail offering 3000 miles of accessible waterways with amenities and campsites for kayaks, canoes, and motorboats. This trail has been recognized by the U.S. Department of the Interior as “the nation ’s longest one-state river trail”, stretching approximately 631 miles from the Coosa River to the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama. Our two-mile stretch of the trail begins at Chickasabogue Park in Eight Mile and ends at William Brooks Park in Chickasaw. It has earned the Alabama Scenic River Trail Distinction and will be featured on the statewide website for the Alabama Scenic River Trails, a resource that is followed by many kayakers and canoeists nationwide. This portion of the trail, named the Ron Jones Paddle Trail is in honor of Mobile County ’s former Parks and Wildlife Manager Ron Jones.

Chickasaw Civic Theater

Chickasaw Civic Theater
801 Iroquois St 



Police / Fire / Public Works

City Connect


Ideas to the city for review



Services and Utilities

Agendas and Minutes


Stay up to date.

Quality of Life
Historic Districts