Alabama has 1500 miles of inland waterways and 22 million acres of forest. The “Cotton State” also boasts many attractions for university football fans as well as pristine beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.
Popular amongst tourists to Alabama is the rich supply of RV parks across the state. If the state isn’t on your RV to-do list, it should be. We’ll be looking at some of the best RV parks in “The Heart of Dixie” to visit.
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Deere Run RV Park – Troy, Alabama
Owners Barry and Leigh Grissom welcome all RVers to their 73 acres of southern bliss. According to their website, “Tall pines, spring-fed fishing lakes, and rocking chairs under a covered porch” awaits you at Deere Run. They score 4.5 out of 5 on Tripadvisor and offer a host of resort amenities.
The property can accommodate 118 big rigs with slide-outs. One hundred ten of the campsites are FHU with 30/50 amp service, and guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi.
Other on-site facilities are a 24-hour coin laundry, propane exchange and bottle fill, a pool, and spa. For fishing enthusiasts, there are two spring-fed ponds, and all leashed indoor pets are welcome.
Bay Breeze RV on the Bay – Mobile Bay, Gulf Shores, Alabama
Situated just a short walk from the beach, you’ll find 25 FHU campsites with a view over Mobile Bay. There’s a picnic table at every stand, and large trees offer shade throughout the day.
Bay Breeze RV on the Bay offers outdoor showers, a fully enclosed bathhouse, and a laundry facility. All pets are welcome, and you can stay connected with your loved ones on the free Wi-Fi.
Bring your boat along and tie it up at the private jetty. Also available on site is a sun deck and fishing dock.
There’s also quite a bit to see and do outside the park in the immediate area. Nearby attractions include the Fort Morgan Road Trail as well as the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. The public beach at Gulf Shores is also just a short drive away.
Montgomery South RV Park – Hope Hull, Alabama
Snugly tucked away in rural Montgomery sits Montgomery South RV Park. 23 Pull-through, full hookup RV sites are available on this quiet stretch of the I-65 just South of Hope Hull. The park also offers fully furnished cabin rentals at an excellent rate.
Make time to stop at the Alabama Safari Park amongst some of the many close-by tourist attractions.
Mountain Lakes RV Park – Guntersville, Alabama
Mountain Lakes RV Park is a fisherman’s dream. Nestled on the eastern shore of Guntersville Lake, you’ll find this gem of a resort.
Bring your fishing tackle and enjoy one of the many fishing piers on offer. You can also dock your boat along this bass-rich lake shoreline.
For those who want to relax, there’s an indoor pool as well as a sparkling outdoor pool for splashing in with the kids. A wonderful two-story clubhouse, a great kids rec room, horseshoe pits, and volleyball courts will be enough to entertain you and the kids. Whatever your perfect vacation is, Mountain Lakes can help you get there.
This is the perfect spot to park your RV and enjoy the peaceful surroundings that nature has to offer. Mountain Lakes RV Park caters for both the adventure seeker and those who want to escape the rat race for a couple of days.
Corinth Recreation Area – Double Springs, Alabama
Another popular destination for RVers and water sport enthusiasts is the RV park at Corinth Recreation Area. The resort is situated next to Lake Lewis Smith in the William Bankhead National Forest.
All the stands come with a grill, picnic table, clean restroom, and a shower. Freshwater fishing, boating, and all types of watersports are available on the 500-mile long shoreline of Lake Lewis Smith. Put on your hiking boots or get on your mountain bike If you prefer to stay on dry land. There are also horseback riding and ATV trails on offer through the forest. A stroll in the Sipsey Wilderness down the path of a thousand waterfalls isn’t to be missed when you visit the park.
The RV lots are pull-through and allow for big rigs, and have electric, sewer, and water hookups. The campgrounds are open from April through October.
What Makes RV Campgrounds in South Carolina Different from Those in Alabama?
When it comes to RV campgrounds, South Carolina offers beautiful coastal locations, while Alabama provides scenic mountain settings. In RV campgrounds South Carolina, you can enjoy beachfront sites with ocean views, while in Alabama, you can park amidst lush forests and rolling hills. Each state offers its unique charm for RV enthusiasts.
Alabama offers such a wide variety of activities for tourists that it would be hard to choose just one RV campsite over the others. One thing is for sure; there’s a perfect RV park that’ll cater to all your camping needs. All you need to do is get in that RV and go find it.