Mobile to Savannah Road Trip Guide


There is nothing that won’t make you fall in love with the beautiful city of Mobile in Alabama. It doesn’t matter what time of the year you’re here; this city is a people-pleaser. Enriched with several cultures that come together to create something unique, Mobile is a city to captivate and is easy to love and hard to leave.

Whether you are a visitor or a resident, Mobile will make you want to linger a bit more in the city. Food from different cultures collides together beautifully so that the culinary scene is sure to please. The energetic nightlife in the city ensures you have a good time all night long. Mobile has a multitude of attractions that tell the story of this city, built on the Alabama Gulf Coast.

Consider taking a road trip out of Mobile. With the destination as Savannah, you should rest assured that the trip holds fascinating memories. The 500-mile trip is spread over three days so that you have ample opportunity to enjoy your trip without spending so much time driving. Arriving at Savannah, Georgia brings the adventure to a whole new level as this is the perfect vacation spot.

Share this road trip guide


Max RV length
Max trailer Length
Road trip length: 2-3 days
Recommend rig: motorhome
audience: family

Point of Interest

Dinosaur Adventure Land

Make Dinosaur Adventure Land your first stop as you start your trip. Take a moment to visit the museum and get on a walking tour to adventure. From adventure rides to extensive display of artifacts and fossils, this museum in Repton offers lots of things to do and see.

If you’re up for it, while at the park, take a hike or do some horseback riding. Need something more adventurous? Try off-the-road vehicle trailing. The tour around the museum in the park is interactive and fun and you get to learn a lot. Learn to make a special paper plane here and watch it fly over 400 ft. The park has an extensive outlook of the lake where you can swim or fish. When the night falls, the bonfire serves as a nice atmosphere to relax and chill before you retire for the night at the campground in the park.

Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum

Who says a visit to the zoo has to be boring? A combination of indoor and outdoor activities makes this exciting. With over 750 animals in the Montgomery Zoo, you’re guaranteed a fantastic viewing experience. No doubt the whole family will enjoy a nice time while you learn about the animals.

As you pull through the gates of this zoo in Montgomery, you will notice the extensive parking space here. It'll be easy to find where to park your RV. While at the zoo, create a powerful connection with the fish at the feeding station or pet the stingrays at the bay. If that's not enough, you can also stand nose-to-nose with a giraffe.

Just adjacent to the zoo is the Wildlife Learning Centre, so after an epic time at the zoo, you could move on here to have more fun. Feel free to touch and feel the exhibits in the museum. After all, touching is part of learning.

Flat Rock Park

Georgia already comes with its own attractions and it is always fun. Get ready to have the time of your life while exploring at Flat Rock Park in Columbus. The terrain leading up to the park is terrific and the landscape is scenic.

The park is great for the whole family and has activities that keep everyone involved. Whether you like hiking, mountain biking or just taking a walk with nature, this park is ready to give you all that. And there’s more, if you love golf, then you have a chance to display your talent at the disc golf course in the park.

A picnic in the park with the family while watching the sunset is a great way to end the evening before you decide to rest for the night. Lake Pines Campground is an RV campground a few miles east of the park for you to spend the night.

Rigby’s Water World

Make this part of your journey count by creating unforgettable memories at Rigby’s Water World. This is the perfect place to blow off some steam and de-stress as there’s plenty of water to cool off. Take one ride after another until you’ve exhausted yourself. Paradise Island is the most famous attraction here so you should not miss it.

The kids also have their corner where they can interact and enjoy playtime with other children their ages. When it’s time to have some rest, float lazily on the runway rapids and enjoy a couple of your favorite drinks. You are in luck for some nice mealtime as the entertainment complex is home to several restaurants that serve a variety of foods. You could pick from casual food and snacks to fine dining and anything in between.

When you’re done, there a private campground a few miles west that accommodates RVs and offers electric hookups.


Now that you have arrived at your destination, don't think the excitement is over. Savannah sets the stage for a new adventure and you should be prepared for what it offers. The beautiful coastal landscapes should give you a hint of what to expect but don’t be surprised if it’s still more than you imagine.

There is always something to discover. The outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy places like the Forsyth Park or the Savannah Waterfront. If you prefer something more private then go for the Telfair Museum of Art or the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, said to be the most impressive building in the city.

Share this Road trip guide