City of Chickasaw, Alabama

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Chickasaw Recreation Department

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November 2022

The following activities and classes are offered for the enjoyment of Chickasaw residents and their families. We are offering a wide range of activities for all ages, which we hope will meet the recreational needs of the community. Fees:  Class fees are kept to a minimum.  No refunds will be considered after the second meeting.  Registration: You may register for any activity at Charles E. McConnell Civic Center. To register by telephone please call 251-452-6462 or 251-463-9194.   Register early to ensure your place.

Celebrating our Veterans
Come Join The City of Chickasaw & Chickasaw High School
Thursday, Nov. 10th, 2022 at 9am
Chickasaw High School Gym
(call for transportation if need)

Christmas Tree Lighting
Let’s bring in the Christmas season at Miller Park with plans to light up our Community Christmas Tree at 6:30pm. Friday November 18th. Santa will arrive at 530pm with special treats during the evening. We are happy to announce that
A1 McDuffie Sanitation has partnered with the City and will contribute to adding an extension to our Tree and provide MoBay Beignets treats for the evening. Churches and organizations are welcome to join us in providing for the celebration. Call Kathy at 251-463-9194 for details.

Community Thanksgiving Service
Let’s give Thanks together Sunday November 20th, 6:30pm.
Service will be held at the Chickasaw United Methodist Church. Refreshments to follow.
Everyone Welcome.

Coffee with a Cop
Friday Morning, November 18
Chickasaw Whataburger
Meet with Chief Miller and Officers with your concerns and questions.

Chickasaw Market
Saturdays Nov. 5th and Dec. 3rd North Pole Stroll Market
Miller Park 9am
FB Chickasaw Market or City of Chickasaw FB for vendor information.
Call 251-463-9194 for further details.

Flu Shots and Covid-19 Boosters
Chickasaw Housing Authority Community Center Nov. 4th, 3-5pm.

Chickasaw Civic Theatre
The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe
November 11-20, 2022

Chickasaw Chamber of Commerce
Come join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month. We encourage residents and businesses to be part of the business community. Topics of interest will be presented each month including lunch. Civic Center
11:45am Membership details will be available.

Front Porch Ministry
Night of Fellowship! Children’s programs are offered, so bring the kids. Food, Bible study and mentoring opportunities. Meets 1st and 3rd Friday each month.
Chickasaw Housing Authority Community Room 6-8pm.

Karate Classes for all Ages
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Chickasaw Civic Center
First lesson Free

Senior Adult Activities

Senior Shopping Trip to Foley
Shopping and eating Oh Boy!
Lunch at Lambert’s on your own after shopping.
Depart Civic Center at 8:30am-return 2pm. Tuesday Nov. 15th
Call 251-452-6462 for reservation.

Early Bird Breakfast
First Monday of the Month (Except Holidays)
Civic Center 7:30am $3

Chick a Ciser’s
Fun Fitness designed just for you. Come exercise for the fun of it!! Men and Women
Monday and Wednesday 8:30am at the Auditorium

Senior Adult BINGO
Wednesdays Call 251-452-6464 Civic Center Starts back Nov 9th 12noon Cute Prizes and Refreshments

Senior Adult Transportation Services
251-452-6464 for details.
Please call transportation if you need a ride to Vote November 8th .. Vote at Auditorium



  • Apostolic Overcoming
  • Bethlehem Christian Church
  • Chickasaw Church of Christ
  • Chickasaw United Methodist Church
  • Christian Fellowship Church
  • Church Of God Of Prophecy
  • First Baptist Church of Chickasaw
  • House of Joshua Christian Center Church
  • New Testament Tabernacle
  • Oasis of Life Church
  • St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Thomas Catholic Church
  • True Worship and Praise Christian Center
  • West Chickasaw Baptist Church
  • Word of Life Community Church


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.

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 



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