Live Oak Landing consists of 175 acres of beautiful land with highway access and a half-mile of waterfront. The property is surrounded by county, state, and Forever Wild conservation land encompassing a total area of approximately 1,500 acres on the eastern side of the Tensaw River.
An additional 300,000 acres of pristine and protected wetlands lie to the west, buffering the property from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Owned by Baldwin County and having undergone the first phase of improvements, Live Oak Landing has expanded to include 28 RV sites, easily accessible boat ramps, fishing piers, and an event pavilion. Visitors can enjoy hiking, kayaking, canoeing, a catch and release fishing pond, and a variety of activities and events in the laid-back atmosphere of the middle Mobile-Tensaw Delta.
Things To Do At Live Oak
- Host a Group Event: Company/Church Picnic, Birthday Party, Team Building, or Family Reunion.
- Take a self guided Adventure on a Canoe or Kayak Float Trip.
- Fish at the Catch & Release Pond.
- Walk the walking trails.