Brierfield Ironworks Historical State Park is located on the site of the historic Bibb Naval Furnace, the only ironworks owned by the Confederacy. Brieffield Ironworks Historical State Park combines the feeling of history long past with the excitement of a modern park setting. Visitors can view the furnace ruins, hike, swim, camp and enjoy the Alabama outdoors in one of the most peaceful and tranquil settings in Central Alabama.
Modern RV camping sites, cabins, and a group lodge are available for those wanting to spend a few quiet evenings away from the daily hustle and bustle. The park’s complimentary Wi-Fi however means that you can still stay in touch with the modern world even in the relaxing setting that is uniquely Brierfield.
Brierfield is located off Interstate 65 on Alabama Highway 25. From Birmingham take I-65 South or from Montgomery take I-65 North to Alabama Highway 25 exit (Exit 228). Go South on Hwy 25 approximately 15 miles. Park entrance is on the left. From Tuscaloosa take US Highway 82 to Centreville; at Centreville turn right onto Alabama Highway 25 towards Montevallo. Park is approximately 12 miles from Centreville.
Day-Use admission: Adults (12+) $2; Children (6-12) & Seniors (62+) $1
Improved camping: $20 per night for family of four + $3 for each additional person
Primive camping: $12 per night for a family of four + $3 for each additional person
Cabins: starting at $75.