Live Oak Landing is a very unique 175 acre parcel with highway access and half a mile of waterfront, surrounded by County, State, and Forever Wild protected land encompassing a total area of approximately 1,500 acres on the Eastern side of the Tensaw River. A further 300,000 acres of pristine, highly diverse and protected wetlands lie to the West, helping to isolate the property from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Wholly owned by Baldwin County and having recently undergone the first phase of a major facelift, Live Oak Landing has recently expanded with development that includes 28 RV sites, Primitive Camping, state of the art boat ramp, fishing piers, general store, event pavilion, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, boat tours, catch and release fishing pond, a variety of other activities and events, all in the laid back relaxing atmosphere of the middle Mobile-Tensaw Delta.

Prior to the County’s recent development of the property, Live Oak Landing has operated under private and public hands for over half a century, catering to local fisherman, hunters, and those looking to escape the stress of the city, and find some of their own ‘delta magic.’