Stockton, Alabama

Stockton, Alabama

Gently tucked into the vast woodlands of northern Baldwin County is the very unique little community of Stockton, Alabama, noted for its wide variety of recreational assets, its many historical homes and sites, and its rich heritage. 

The quaint, community of Stockton is just minutes away from Interstate 65, and is easily accessible from Interstate 10.  It is less than 30 minutes from Mobile and Alabama’s Gulf Coast, and  home to the newly created Baldwin County Bicentennial Park. 

Bordered on the south by Interstate 65, and on the west, by the magnificent Mobile-Tensaw Delta that runs the entire length of the community.   Stockton is a community that you should not miss.  It is truly the gateway to the rich history and heritage of Baldwin County.

Only minutes away, to the north of the community, are Fort Mims and the graves of William Weatherford and his mother, Sehoy, Creek Princess of the Wind Clan, Alabama’s first winery, and many other interesting and historical sites.


Historical Sites in Stockton:

· Bartram Trail – 1775/76

· Bottle Creek Mound Site: c. 12th or 13th - National Landmark

· Major Robert Farmar Plantation – 1772

· The Mound Line (Ellicott Line) – 1799

· Kennedy Mill – c. 1811

· Mobile/Tensaw Delta – National Landmark

· Stockton Presbyterian Church - 1845

· Stockton United Methodist Church - 1885

· Historical Homes


Home To State and County First’s:

· 1st Masonic Lodge in Baldwin County – 1850

· 1st Presbyterian Church in Baldwin County - 1845

· 1st County Club in Baldwin County – 1948

· 1st Boy’s Club in Baldwin County – 1912

· 1st AL Outstanding Water in Baldwin County

· 1st Sawmill – 1811  (One of 1st in AL)

· Scenic River Trail - 1st in AL

· Oldest Barn in AL

A scene from the Mobile/Tensaw Delta.

Nature Abounds


To contact us:

Stockton Heritage Association               

P. O. Box 127

Stockton, AL  36579


In Stockton


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