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The best beach camping in Alabama.

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


Tent camping near fire pit
Tent camping and fire pit
Fire pit
Shower House (2 hot showers, 2 toilets)
Shower House inside
Suzanne
Suzanne: We are close to Gulf Beaches (12 Miles) but away from the crowds and hustle.   We are...
Stay in a cozy and luxurious retreat with a farm environment.
This is not a hotel room, come and enjoy the difference.
Farm Stay: Come Stay With Us
Farm Stay: Come Stay With Us
Farm Stay: Come Stay With Us
Cabin provided
Frances
Frances: Fairhope Farm offers exclusive lodging for two in our farm stay accommodations. We...
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.
Fairhope Farm Stay
Full Kitchen
Furnished Kitchen
Full Bath
Fairhope Farm Stay
Cabin provided
Frances
Frances: Fairhope Farm offers exclusive lodging for two adults and two children in our farm stay...
Miles of river campsites and swimming.
another view of the river. Indian artifacts in many spots on river to be searched for.
Snow on the Escatawpa River in the winter.
This is an example of the miles of white sandbars to camp, swim or canoeing on.
Ken
Ken: As you turn off of the public road, Mason Ferry on to the private road, Riverwoods Rd....
Harper Lee drew inspiration for her novel To Kill a Mockingbird during visits to the Monroeville Courthouse, now the Monroe County Museum.
The donkeys.
Wonderful sunsets.
Have a fire.
Come paint on the walls in the main house.
Join us for coffee on the porch.
Dana
Dana: Conecah National Forest is our Backyard. Plenty of nature and quiet. Off main road yet...
Set up Glamping tent with air mattress
Glamping tent set up near Main cabin and fire pit
Shower House completed (Hot showers)
Interior shower house
Compost toilet
Canvas tent provided
Suzanne
Suzanne: We are close to Gulf Beaches (12 Miles) but away from the crowds and hustle.   We are...