Beach and dog-friendly camping near Fairhope

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CampFire at the Riverbend

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents38 acres · Robertsdale, AL
38 plus acres with 1200ft pristine riverfront. Remote but accessible. Chose your site. Blaze a trail to the river, private beaches, tubing and swimming. 20 acres wooded and open field for a more remote experienced. Camp off your tailgate. You still have river access. RVs are welcome nice level easy access spots but no hook ups. Plenty of room for extra vehicles and trailers. Bring your horses!
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Malakai 🏕 different by design

6 sites · Lodging, Tents12 acres · Milton, FL
Welcome to Malakai campgrounds different by design 🏕 I purchased this land several years ago after a loss of a child a daughter her named was (little jo) JoLisa Marie Roadcap , it was a life changing moment, teaching me that family and enjoying of life is what it all about... so I want to welcome you here to Malakai for a peaceful and relaxing time, it's even a place that may help you heal from life hardships... At 5:30 just as the Sun comes up it is time for you to go out on to the deck and listen to the birds song 🎵 . As the Sun starts to rise on a new day ✨️ dozens of species of birds from the Great American Bald Eagle , To the endangered woodpecker, The blue herrings, bluebirds(we have mating pair that comes every year) blue jays, mocking birds, doves and several other species and occasionally a couple small black bears like walking through, we want you to have a peaceful and relaxing stay here while you visit everything,here at Garson Point were several species of carnivorous plants grow wild and our beaches have much to offer. It's official -- after 4 years of politics we are officially a park and a preserve.....9 acres of 🚶‍♂️ trails 👣 we are still constructing trails by hand I believe this place has a spiritual strength to people of all nations History of our location Count De Galvez awarded a land grant on Garcon Point to Antonio Garzon following his 1781 Siege of Pensacola in consideration of “his good services rendered as an interpreter to the Indians of Pensacola." The grant was held for 35 years before Maria Garzon, who survived husband Antonio, sold the land they called Garzon’s Point to Joseph (Jose) Bonifay. The land uses were favorable for cattle grazing and turpentining through the 1800s. Many more pioneer families moved into the area and began their own business in the booming industrial opportunities of western Florida. It came to be known as Yellow River Marsh State Buffer Preserve on June 12, 2000, when it was purchased by the state of Florida to protect rare and environmentally sensitive lands, plants and animals. Through generous donations, Preservation 2000 and the Florida Forever Program, more land was added to protect contiguous habitat of the Garcon Ecosystem. Today Yellow River Marsh Preserve State Park provides recreational opportunities for hiking and nature study along the Great Florida Birding Trail among rare and endemic plant species and within one of Florida’s oldest multi-cultural frontiers.The preserve is located in Santa Rosa County on Garcon Point, which separates Escambia Bay from Blackwater Bay. Nearly 20 rare and endangered species of plants 🪴 and animals make their homes along the bay and its wet prairies, dome swamps and flatwoods.
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Farm back acres

3 sites · RVs8 acres · Pensacola, FL
Learn more about this land: Close to the highway about a mile from Starbucks and Publix grocery stores 20 minutes from the beach. Pretty dark at night and secluded. Easy to get back on to Route 10. There is road noise from route 10. Great Wifi on site. 50 amp hook up. We charge for 12 cents a kilo watt hour. Look forward to meeting you!
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YaYa's River Retreat

100 sites · RVs, Tents41 acres · Robertsdale, AL
A little slice of camping heaven, 41 acres with 800 feet of water frontage on Styx River. YaYa's is a completely primative or boondocking campground and swim area with porta pottie available. There is hot showers available at truck stop about a mile away and they have a dump station for those in RV. Come enjoy all the natural beauty or we are within an hour of hundreds of things to do for all ages. YaYA lives about 1/2 mile away and has a well available to refill your water. There is plenty of fallen wood to gather for fires or cut wood available for purchase. We have a community area with picnic tables, sun sails, grill, pavilion, and large bonfire. Please note the access road is old gravel and dirt, so if in a low car you'll need to take it slow. If there has been rain call ahead for entry directions as part of road becomes muddy. There is also a shooting range near by so during the day you will hear this some. You will not be disappointed if you love the tranquility of being outdoors.
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Creekside RV Resort Lot 60

1 site · RV1 acre · Foley, AL
* * *This listing is for the RV LOT ONLY. No camper on site. * * * RV Lot with fully furnished outdoor kitchen and pavilion. Located in Foley, AL walking distance from OWA, 2 miles from Tanger Outlets, 10 minutes from the Wharf and beaches. Quiet owner managed RV Resort with pool, clubhouse, and
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Murphy's Quiet Getaway

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Pensacola, FL
1 acre, fenced in backyard with drive through gate entrance, electric, water hook up, grill, and fire pit. Quiet Neighborhood 20 mins from Perdido Key, 30 mins from Pensacola Beach, 15 mins from Downtown. Great place to stay for Spring Break, Summer Vacation, Mardi Gras, or just the next stop on your travels.
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Airstream Gypsy Hideaway

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Silverhill, AL
This is country life. The airstream hideaway sits on 6 acres surrounded by woods, farmland, birds, deer, rabbits, foxes, and more. Instead of eliminating nature, we embrace awareness and knowledge for coexisting with insects, wildlife, critters, plants, etc. For visitors who love walking: the three roads of this neighborhood are dead ends and have hills. Perimeters of agricultural fields can also be walked, if desired. Other things to note: Our home is on site and located toward the front of the property. The outdoor space includes patio mat, picnic table, charcoal BBQ grill, chairs, fire pit, and RV awning. It is a cool spot to relax. The front porch becomes an outdoor dining area in moments. I try to keep wood for the fire pit nearby for guests to use. At night, the fresh air and crackling fire pit bring back memories of youthful whispered stories.
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River camp

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Lucedale, MS
An acre off the Pascagoula river backing up to wildlife management area. Hunting and fishing licenses are required for certain activities. Be sure to educate your group on local game and fish laws. Access to fishing, hunting, any outdoor recreation, huge sandbars when river permits. Bring your boat, jet skis, bicycle, well mannered dogs.
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Looking for the perfect camping experience near Fairhope, Alabama? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 380 options available, you're sure to find the ideal campsite that suits your accommodation preferences, whether it's RV camping, tent camping, or glamping. Plus, with an average price per night of $25 and options as low as $10, you can find a campsite that fits your budget. Don't know where to start? Check out some of our top campsites with rave reviews: All You Need Institute (133 reviews), 30A Bay Hideaway (97 reviews), and Larry & Sheila D.’s Blackwater G (56 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities like potable water, trash services, and toilets. And if you're into historic sites, hiking, or biking, you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy these activities in the area. Happy camping!

Looking for the perfect camping experience near Fairhope, Alabama? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 380 options available, you're sure to find the ideal campsite that suits your accommodation preferences, whether it's RV camping, tent camping, or glamping. Plus, with an average price per night of $25 and options as low as $10, you can find a campsite that fits your budget. Don't know where to start? Check out some of our top campsites with rave reviews: All You Need Institute (133 reviews), 30A Bay Hideaway (97 reviews), and Larry & Sheila D.’s Blackwater G (56 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities like potable water, trash services, and toilets. And if you're into historic sites, hiking, or biking, you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy these activities in the area. Happy camping!

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