by Margaret Weinberg We are excited to announce and share a four-part series of oral histories that were made possible through a community grant from the Alabama Bicentennial Commission. One story of Red Mountain mining and camp life will be released weekly through our website and social media. Our bicentennial project will culminate on July
Thanks to B.L. Harbert, we are getting water and power for the first time--this means you may experience construction underway at the Entrance of RMP. Please take care to walk around the construction as you enter the Park. We thank you for understanding and we look forward to the result of this work!
Thank you for your patience while the large and small dog sections of Remy's Dog Park were closed for turf maintenance. We were able to ensure that it remains a special place you and your pet can enjoy, and we now welcome you back to all three sections.
Would you like to be considered for Adventure Guide training at Red Mountain Park? Do you enjoy adventure and love being outside? Read through all of the details below, and get in contact with Tom Rouse: email@example.com "Being an Adventure Guide at Red Mountain Park is the best job I've ever had! Working outside, zip
Have you ever hiked out to Red Mountain Park and left eager to know more about its history? Our Red Mountain Park Hikes are just for you! Hikes are led by Red Mountain Park staff and volunteers and take you deep into the Park to learn more about the Park’s history and forest. Back
Butler Snow Sensory Trail is officially open! Funds for this trail were generously contributed by Butler Snow Foundation. This sensory trail is designed for children and adults with developmental differences who have a curiosity for our natural world. The trail was also designed with people who have low vision and/or low hearing in mind. This trail
TravelStorysGPS, the APP that turns your cell phone into your Tour Guide. Download the free APP to your iPhone or Android device on your next visit to Red Mountain Park. TravelStorysGPS is going to bring you into the heart of Red Mountain through storytellers and real people who lived the iron ore mining life. Special thanks
Summer may not officially start until June 21st, but the summer plants, insects, and temperatures are here now! Before you and your pet hit the trials this summer review these articles on staying hydrated, avoiding ticks, and looking out for poisonous plants! Hydration Basics | Hot Weather Hiking | Look Out for Poisonous Plants |
With the gift of a Red Mountain Park Membership your Dad receives exclusive benefits at The Park, local retailers, restaurants & venues to enjoy with your family all year! As an added bonus we are throwing in a RMP logo shirt! When you purchase the gift leave the t-shirt size in the comments box! Make
Before After The Alabama Department of Environmental Management recently finished up seven month cleanup at the Park! 20,900 tires and 4,197 tons of trash including mattresses, glass, and scrap metal were removed from the Park. For the full story check out Bham Now!