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Friends for life
Watching the sunrise with the doggy
Enjoying the morning with the horses
They are all rescues and SO FRIENDLY!
We fell in love.
Six Brier Farm
100% 1 Response
$20/night
Ryan + Alex
Ryan + Alex: We loved it here! This property is huge and has a surplus of natural beauty. If you lov...
Permaculture Farmstead
Permaculture Farmstead
Permaculture Farmstead
Permaculture Farmstead
Polycultured annuals
Allison
Allison: Chris was great. He met us outside as we pulled in and showed us around. The camp spot ...
River Tent Camp
River Tent Camp
River Tent Camp
River Tent Camp
Malcolm
Malcolm: Camp right on the river bank of the Alabama River. Very shady site with little...
Creekside seclusion!
Creekside seclusion!
Creekside seclusion!
Creekside seclusion!
Creekside seclusion!
Nathan
Nathan: Camp right beside Cottondale Creek! Just a 5-7 minute drive from Tuscaloosa! Surrounded...
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Murchison Farm  Where nature Rules!
Anthony
Anthony: Pitch your tent in one of our beautiful grass  covered fields and enjoy access to 263...
My Land is Your Land
My Land is Your Land
My Land is Your Land
My Land is Your Land
My Land is Your Land
CHERYL
Cheryl: My Place is perfect for the Southern History Buff. . , a get away from cold snowy...
Camp at Parksland Retreat
the blue hole just down the road from the property. A gorgeous swimming hole!
Camp at Parksland Retreat
relaxing
veggie burrito bowls!
Camp at Parksland Retreat
91% 11 Responses
$15/night
Zeima
Zeima: I was in a group of 8 and stayed for Labor day weekend. Parksland Yoga Retreat was hone...
Camp Lee
Camp Lee
Camp Lee
Camp Lee
Camp Lee
James
James: Tent, camper, and RVs are welcomed. You should have as much privacy as you hikers want,...
The front porch is just one of the fabulous places to sit and enjoy the views!
Sunsets are glorious every day!
Beautiful views
Who wouldn't want to cook in this kitchen?
It's always beautiful here.
Cathy
Cathy: Come glamp with us.  200 acres of open farmland featuring three lakes, a wooded area...
This camper was great for using the kitchen sink and bathroom.
A moment for us.
There are loads of fish in the pond.
Doug has Fish Camp set up really well.
The best place to enjoy a snack.
Fish Camp 1
100% 2 Responses
$40/night
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: We had no idea what to expect when we booked Fish Camp 1 other than it had a lake and i...
Camp Chihuahua
Camp Chihuahua
Camp Chihuahua
Baby goats
Paulette & Kerry
Paulette & Kerry: Pitch your tent in our woods. Access to Smith Lake where you can swim, fish, and boat....
created by Maddie Air camera at Hikialani Kamuela Images
created by Maddie Air camera at Hikialani Kamuela Images
Photo by Michelle at Hikialani Kamuela Images
Photo by Michelle at Hikialani Kamuela Images
Photo by Michelle at Hikialani Kamuela Images
Heather
Heather: Troy was very nice and informative about the property. It was a really pleasant spot- ...
Looking up the driveway from "Container Camp".
Looking down the driveway, from "Container Camp".
"Container Camp" from the driveway.
Container Camp
Ben
Ben: Located partway up the hill towards the craggy outcroppings of Chandler Mountain,...
Parking spot and fire ring.
Looking past the parking spot to ample tent space.
Fire ring. Lots of dead fall for fuel.
This is the mailbox to look for. Last driveway before Chandler Mountain Road goes up the mountain towards Horse Pens 40.
Looking past the parking spot, on the driveway, towards the Southeastern Climbeer's Coalition Land Trust property and driveway. Notice the small sign.
Ben
Ben: As an easy to access respite, only a few yards from Hwy 42/Chandler Mountain Road,...
Come pitch your tent
Bring your tent
County Rd 36 Forest Camping
County Rd 36 Forest Camping
County Rd 36 Forest Camping
Brit
Brit: To be very specific: This was a great site for those just passing through, and is right...
Backwoods Living
You can see my little tent on the opposite side of the pond.
Tent views and plenty of La Croix to go around.
Spotted a few migrating to the pond.
Spring in Mississippi
Backwoods Living
100% 1 Response
$10/night
Lauren
Lauren: A cozy spot on the very edge of the property with a patch of woods to collect fire wood...
Rolling Oaks Farm
Rolling Oaks Farm
Rolling Oaks Farm
Rolling Oaks Farm
Rolling Oaks Farm
Rolling Oaks Farm
100% 3 Responses
$20/night
Karas
Karas: This place is better than you can possibly imagine! Trapper and his dad Greg really hav...
The cabin is quaint and had everything I was looking for in it.
Lots of animals around to visit
Trail system was well maintained
Canoeing, Kayaking (Kinlock Falls)
I have a new appreciation for Alabama's nature after this walk
Carter
Carter: LaDonna is the most wonderful host. The property is great, with on site trails to go wa...
View looking south from campsite on point.  Located at the very southern end of Cullman Co. looking towards Blount Co. to our southeast.
Turkey buzzards and black crows will welcome you here and circle your campsite.  You may pet them as they are super friendly but watch your fingers.
Deep southern woodlands surround you.  These timberlands have not been cut in nearly a century so big native species trees are all around you.
Owners home (red roof) is the only house around so isolation and privacy is nice.  Lots of trails and roadways allow hiking to moderate stress levels but some are super easy as well.  Maps are provided upon request by owner.
Mt. Doom property is surrounded by thousands of acres of corporate timberland and you'd have permission  to hike their lands and mine freely except during hunting season.
Doug
Doug: Over 200 acres of undeveloped southern woodlands surrounded by corporate owned...
The Nature Trail that takes you to the Back Country sites
Some light off road action to one of the many Back Country sites!
Hiking around the Back Country sites to the creek!
The view over the Tensaw River! You can take a Canoe or Kayak up the river to creek that takes you right into the Back Country campsites!
Everybody needs a good hatchet for camping!
Michael
Michael: Back country sites are remote campsites only accessible on foot or by canoe/kayak.