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The Meaher State Park is a state park and recreation area in Spanish Fort, Alabama. It is located along the Ducker Bay shoreline.

The Meaher State Park is named after John Meaher, one of Alabama?s most noted steamboat operators of the 19th century. The land of the park was donated by Meaher?s descendant, Augustine Meaher Sr in 1952. The park opened in 1989 and has always been a popular site for boating, fishing, and hiking. Covering 1327 acres, the park is largely composed of wetlands that serve as a diverse natural habitat to a wide range of plant and wildlife.

Aside from those mentioned above, the Meaher State Park is also ideal for bird watching and wildlife viewing. It is also a popular destination for crabbing.
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