Back country sites are remote campsites only accessible on foot or by canoe/kayak.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Miles of trails are available for biking. More trails continue to be added.
Live Oak Landing has the nicest and largest boat ramp in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Boat launch is free with paid campsite reser...Read more
Live Oak Landing is one of the most popular landings in Baldwin County for fishermen. 12 fishing piers are available for thoe ...Read more
Miles of trails are available for hiking. More trails continue to be added.
Many miles of blue way are accessible from Live Oak Landing. Located right on the Bartram Canoe Trail there are many options f...Read more
Great birding can be experienced along the river banks and throughout the wooded trails. Deer, squirrels and other woodland cr...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Back Country Campsites in Alabama.
Live Oak Landing is 175 acres of wooded forest with many nature trails. it is adjoined to the South by hundreds of acres of For...Read more
River, stream, or creek
Located right on the Tensaw River, with water access to hundreds of miles of rivers, creeks and streams.
The vibe at Back Country Campsites
Places to see near Live Oak Landing
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Nice place. Campsites are dispersed a little bit which is really nice. You can refill your water by the pond and there’s a place for a boat launch if that’s your thing. There’s a bathhouse with 2 toilets and one shower. There’s a small nature trail adjacent to the campsites. Overall I had an excellent experience at this site. Will definitely be back.
Got a bit confused about the backcountry versus primitive camp ground sites. The camp hosts were super nice about us setting up at the wrong site and let us stay there since it was not reserved. But if you are looking for the backcountry sites, make sure to ask for clarified instruction on how to get there
A campers paradise
Had a wonderful experience staying here! Loved being away from everything but i recommend bringing a wagon to carry your gear back to the campsite if you have alot! Beautiful woods and creek and loved have a boat launch close for when we wanted to go out and about in the boat. Will definitely be coming back!
Adventure for the outgoing with dog
Upon arrival we took a quick loop almost missing the trail sign (our fault) we were too excited to get started. My boyfriend, our Aussie and another couple and their Aussie shepherd mix found ourselves right in the middle of an adventure of a lifetime.
We unloaded the kayaks at the dock, which was very well kept and clean. The boys loaded them up while us girls loaded the gear and got ready to back pack it with the dogs.
We brought radios to communicate with the guys to make sure they wouldn’t go too far up the river.
Make sure you follow the signs, pack accordingly and if you can’t pack in and pack out then try the primitive grounds that still offer an amazing chance to be secluded but have the ability to drive in and drive out.
Highly recommend it and Cody was the best checking in and was super personable and went above and beyond to make sure we had all the information we needed before heading out.
Sites were clean but if you have the option being an extra bag to help out! So much nature and wildlife, and beauty in seclusion. It’s a great adventure for those willing to send it!
Stay Wild Friends!
Beautiful campground, and tent spots are right on the river. Got there after dark, but was able to find the spot fine. Just wished I knew how close to the boat launch I was- the launches started at 4:30am!