Bay Tree Park

Red Bay Park is located across from the Red Bay City Hall.  Serving as a cornerstone for many of the local annual festivals, the site contains walking paths, benches, restroom facilities, and a central gazebo.  Bay Tree park with the gazebo in the center is the site of the original Red Bay School.  It also was the location of Red Bay's first female industry-Jenny Brown's Apron Factory, which later became the Blue Bell Factory.  Bricks placed throughout the park are from this building.  The marker depicting Red Bay's rich history was presented to the city by The Alabama Department of Tourism in celebration of 2010.  The Year of Alabama's Small Towns-Downtowns.  A time capsule, placed in Bay Tree Park and containing artifacts from the Centennial Celebration in 2007, will be exhumed in 2058. 


Latitude: 34.469551 Longitude: -88.107501 Elevation: 633 ft
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Seasons Accessible

Year round.

ADA Accessibility Notes


Pet Friendly Notes

Park is pet friendly.

How to Get There

210 4th Ave SE also known as Main Street or Hwy 24 across from the Red Bay City Hall in the downtown area of Red Bay.

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