Located 4 miles northeast of Camden Bypass, visitors will enjoy swimming, fishing and bicycling. Group pavilions, picnic and playground areas are available.
Visitors can enjoy scenic views of the river, Spanish moss-draped campsites, and the feeding of deer in the area. The park’s golf course is well-maintained despite its isolated location. Cell phone reception is available in certain areas of the park.
Bridgeport Beach holds historical significance as a former disembarkation point for steamboat travelers heading to Camden in the past.
Bridgeport Beach, located near Roland Cooper State Park in Wilcox County, Alabama, offers a picturesque camping experience along the Alabama Scenic River Trail. The park, previously owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and now under county ownership, provides campsites just a few hundred feet from the river.
Nearby attractions include Lidell’s Slough and Buzzards Roost, offering backwater experiences for boaters and paddlers.
The Gees Bend Ferry provides water access to the Boykin community and Gees Bend, known for their quilting art.