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Oak Mountain State Park

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Oak Mountain
Oak Mountain
Oak Mountain
Oak Mountain

Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama

Is a trip to Birmingham in your future? Not far from this hip city is Alabama’s largest state park, with almost 10,000 acres of mountains, forests, lakes, and streams, just waiting to be explored. If Read more...
Is a trip to Birmingham in your future? Not far from this hip city is Alabama’s largest state park, with almost 10,000 acres of mountains, forests, lakes, and streams, just waiting to be explored. If mountain biking is your thing, you’ll find seriously epic rides, plus a BMX track for struttin’ your stunts. There are also 50 miles of hiking trails, an 18-hole golf course, and the amazing Peavine Falls, for cooling off under the spray of a spring fed, 65-foot high shower. Camping is a serious endeavour in Oak Mountain State Park, and you’ll find everything from primitive, hike-in and equestrian sites, to extravagant and beautiful cabins.
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Six Brier Farm
Jason: Set your tent up in our wooded area that really brings you close to nature or set up next to our old...
Camping by the creek
John: Pitch your tent near by the creek and enjoy the melodic sounds of the water. If you like communing...
Camp at Parksland Yoga Retreat
Zeima: I was in a group of 8 and stayed for Labor day weekend. Parksland Yoga Retreat was honestly exactly...
Permaculture Farmstead
Chris: Bring a tent or hangout in your hammock. The sites are located in a permaculture inspired food forest....
J: *We are opening our space for animals displaced by Hurricane Irma. Please call me directly at 2 56 7...
Tune Farm's Whistle Stop Camp
Andrea: Lisa the host and I hit it off immediately, and I had such a wonderful visit at Tune Farm. The farm...
Clear Creek Recreation Area
From the minute you enter the Clear Creek Recreation Area you’ll be scheming how to stay a little...
Rickwood Caverns Campground
Ever been inside a cave with 260-million-year-old geologic formations? If not we recommend adding...
Houston Recreation Area
Just relax at the Houston Recreation Area where mostly standard sites with lake views will ease you...
Caddo Equestrian
Darwin: Pitch your tent near our shady stocked fish pond, or stay near scary canyon and go cave exploring. We...
Payne Lake Recreation Area
Like a mosaic of stained glass, Payne Lake Recreation Area is refracted by rays of differentiating...
Paul M Grist Campground
Looking for some lakeside camping? Paul M Grist Campground offers RV enthusiasts a little slice of...
Lake Lurleen Campground
Drew: A small state park centered around a lake with forests surrounding. The park is most popular with...
Wind Creek Campground
Jeff: Great state park with excellent facilities to meet the needs of primitive tent campers to those...
Brushy Lake Recreation Area
Glen: Fantastic peaceful beautiful campground far away from everything, Electric available, one hose...
Corinth Recreation Area
Decidedly a nice place to stay, the Corinth Recreation Area is a small gem within the Sipsey...
Cob Workshop Camp/Work Trade
Lori: Come alone or with your whole family and gain experience building a home using a very old method of...
The Farm at Wilkerson Mill Camp
William Reed
William Reed: The Farm at Wilkerson Mill is peaceful, made so by it's owner and caretaker, Reggie. As you arrive you...
Springhorn Ranch
Brad and Michele
Brad And Michele: Pitch your tent in a shady grove with a view of the farm and Lookout Mountain or in a shady area near...
Pine Glen Recreation Area
Laura: First time at Pine Glen and we loved it! Each campsite has a fire pit, picnic table, and tent pad....