Bienville Square

Day Use Area

4 from 1 users


150 Dauphin Street, Mobile, Alabama


Bienville Square is a historic city park named after Mobile's founder, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville. It has held notable events, such as Theodore Roosevelt's 1905 speech on the importance of the Panama Canal to the port of Mobile. The park has also been the site of many mass meetings by shipyard workers from Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company during World War II, as the company experienced labor disputes.

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Lat: 30.6922 Lng: -88.042549

User Reviews



You can get here via the free Moda! shuttle, more information available at the welcome center.



There are a LOT of squirrels in this park. Dogs must be on leash, no parking at the park but there is street parking. For larger vehicles there is free parking across from Fort Conde Welcome Center and further down the road under the bridge.


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