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The 10 best camping spots in Alabama.

Salty coastlines, dense forests, miles of marshland, and a whole lot of history.

Tune Farm's Whistle Stop Camp
Andrea
Andrea: Lisa the host and I hit it off immediately, and I had such a wonderful visit at Tune Farm. The farm...
Brightfields
J
J: Experience farm life, complete with horses, hounds and hens. Start your day off with some of our farm...
Camping in Alabama has something for everyone, from the weekend warrior to the history buff. Down south, explore the ecological diversity of the coastline, which includes maritime live oak forest, freshwater marsh, small stream swamp forest, and wet longleaf pine savanna. Wildlife abounds, especially if you're a fan of exploring the water...keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, Read more...
Camping in Alabama has something for everyone, from the weekend warrior to the history buff. Down south, explore the ecological diversity of the coastline, which includes maritime live oak forest, freshwater marsh, small stream swamp forest, and wet longleaf pine savanna. Wildlife abounds, especially if you're a fan of exploring the water...keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, sea turtles, and manatees. Visit Wind Creek State Park, just north of Montgomery, for fishing and kayaking along Lake Martin, and amazing cabin camping. Within 45 minutes of Birmingham, you can canoe and camp along the Cahaba River. In Birmingham, Montgomery, and many other points throughout the state, make sure to take some time from the trail to visit civil rights landmarks like the Rosa Parks Museum.
Monte Sano Campground
Monte Sano Park offers unique and memorable lodging options for park adventurers! Visitors can choose...
F.D. Roosevelt State Park Campground
Jason
Jason: FDR State Park has a well-maintained car / RV campground with small, close together spaces as well as...
Four different ecosystems make up the Alabama coastline, ranging from freshwater marsh to ancient maritime live oak forest.
Clear Creek Recreation Area
From the minute you enter the Clear Creek Recreation Area you’ll be scheming how to stay a little...
About 100 rare species can be found living in Alabama’s coastal environments, including the Alabama beach mouse and the gopher tortoise.
Old Burleson Camp
Kassidy
Kassidy: Old Burleson is a bare bones campsite, great for passing through as long as you have appropriate camp...
Permaculture Farmstead
Chris
Chris: Bring a tent or hangout in your hammock. The sites are located in a permaculture inspired food forest....
Home to nearly 5,000 species, Alabama ranks among the top five states for plant and animal biodiversity.
Rolling Oaks Farm
Trapper
Trapper : Rolling Oaks Farm is nestled on over 80 acres of beautiful oak hardwoods in the small farming...
Brushy Lake Recreation Area
Carefully pack the singing bowls and meditation mats before heading out to the Brushy Lake Recreation...