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Alabama Guide
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The best camping in Alabama.

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


Primitive Campsite
Primitive Campsite
80% Recommend – 5 Responses
Ryan
Ryan: What a fantastic experience! The entire campground has been well thought out and is beautiful! It sits...
Direct book $20/night
Brightfields
J
J: *We are opening our space for animals displaced by Hurricane Irma. Please call me directly at 2 56 7...
Direct book $15/night
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.
Pitch you tent
Greg
Greg:
Direct book $20/night
Lakeside Pigs Pears & Fishing
Michele
Michele: I took my two teenage sons and their two friends camping here this past weekend for one night and we h...
Direct book $15/night
Four different ecosystems make up the Alabama coastline, ranging from freshwater marsh to ancient maritime live oak forest.
Container Camp
Ben
Ben: Located partway up the hill towards the craggy outcroppings of Chandler Mountain, "Container Camp"...
Direct book $20/night
Permaculture Farmstead
Chris
Chris: Bring a tent or hangout in your hammock. The sites are located in a permaculture inspired food forest....
Direct book $12/night
About 100 rare species can be found living in Alabama’s coastal environments, including the Alabama beach mouse and the gopher tortoise.
Springhorn Ranch
Springhorn Ranch
100% Recommend – 1 Response
Lauren
Lauren: Michele and Brad were great hosts! I showed up in 20 degree weather and Brad was more than happy to sh...
Direct book $30/night
Six Brier Farm
Six Brier Farm
100% Recommend – 1 Response
Ryan + Alex
Ryan + Alex: We loved it here! This property is huge and has a surplus of natural beauty. If you love animals, this...
Direct book $20/night
Home to nearly 5,000 species, Alabama ranks among the top five states for plant and animal biodiversity.
Mt. Doom Haunted Forest
Doug
Doug: Over 200 acres of undeveloped southern woodlands surrounded by corporate owned timberlands that are...
Direct book $15/night
Camp Chihuahua
Paulette & Kerry
Paulette & Kerry: Pitch your tent in our woods. Access to Smith Lake where you can swim, fish, and boat. You are only a...
Direct book $30/night
Weighing in at 120,000 pounds and standing 56-feet tall, the world’s largest cast-iron sculpture can be found in Birmingham, Alabama.
Escatawpa River Camping
Ken
Ken: As you turn off of the public road, Mason Ferry on to the private road, Riverwoods Rd. , You will...
Direct book $50/night
Kudzu Kamp
Ben
Ben: As an easy to access respite, only a few yards from Hwy 42/Chandler Mountain Road, Kudzu Kamp offers...
Direct book $20/night
Harper Lee drew inspiration for her novel To Kill a Mockingbird during visits to the Monroeville Courthouse, now the Monroe County Museum.
Back Country Campsites
Michael
Michael: Back country sites are remote campsites only accessible on foot or by canoe/kayak.
Direct book $20/night
Full Hook Up RV Sites
Michael
Michael: Our 28 site RV Park includes power, water and sewer at all sites, along with bath house including...
Direct book $50/night
Old World Heritage Farm
Troy
Troy: From inception, Old World Heritage Farm has been about community, sharing and being outdoors with...
Direct book $15/night
Huge Private Road Mobile,AL
Casey
Casey: Huge road section good for any kind of camping. Its a nice dirt road. people around and near alot....
Direct book $10/night
Camp Wink
Kirsten
Kirsten: Pitch a tent or plug up your camper in our yard. You will be within 100 yards of the house, where you...
Direct book $15/night
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Anthony
Anthony: Pitch your tent in one of our beautiful grass  covered fields and enjoy access to 263 acres of pure...
Direct book $25/night
Camp at Parksland Retreat
Camp at Parksland Retreat
100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Zeima
Zeima: I was in a group of 8 and stayed for Labor day weekend. Parksland Yoga Retreat was honestly exactly wh...
Request book $15/night
Old Burleson Camp
Kassidy
Kassidy: Old Burleson is a bare bones campsite, great for passing through as long as you have appropriate camp ...
Request book $30/night