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Called “the loveliest village on the plains,” Auburn, Alabama is a town known for its university. With a population of roughly 63,000, Auburn is the largest city in eastern Alabama. It is the hub of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area. It is often paired with Columbus, GA in statistical analysis to give the entire area a population over 500,000.

Though it is called “the Plains,” Auburn actually has high hills and deep valleys that one expects from east Alabama and west Georgia. The summers are hot and humid. The winters tend to be fairly mild. There are three main creek systems that feed the geography around Auburn, and Chewacla State Park offers the southernmost foothill of the Appalachian mountain range. There are some plains in parts of the area, though. Parts of the plains are fairly undeveloped and used for raising cattle.

Auburn University is the center of the city and the center of its economy. About 25% of the total workforce is employed by the university in some manner. Many of those who rent an RV in Auburn are renting so that they can follow the football team as it travels around the South. Travels to Tuscaloosa for the annual rivalry game are common. The men’s basketball team is a huge draw for fans as well.

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The Great Outdoors

Book an RV rental in Auburn year-round due to the wonderful Southern weather. Exploring the great outdoors is a main attraction for many tourists. The Chewacla State Park draws hundreds of visitors from around the state and the region. The park is the beginning of the southern end of the Appalachian mountain range. There are mountain biking trails through those foothills, a spring-fed lake with a diving board, hiking trails, and opportunities for camping as well. Many visitors hike to the waterfalls or just spend time exploring the beautiful nature.

The Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve is dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of the area. There are hiking trails, a playground for the children, and many spots to picnic. It is well-cultivated and has educational opportunities provided by Auburn University. Some visitors who rent a motorhome near Auburn spend an entire afternoon at the ecology preserve.

Davis Arboretum is devoted to cultivating and preserving beautiful trees and flowers. The arboretum even has a redwood tree, which is not very common that far in the Southeast. There are many paths through the flowers and trees. That number of flowers and trees also invites bees, birds, and other small wildlife.

Auburn University features an eagle as its mascot and prides itself on its agricultural programs. Therefore, there are many opportunities around Auburn to explore different types of flora and fauna. You can even visit various birds of prey as they are being rehabilitated and raised by experts from the university.

RV Parks

Due to the huge influx of RVs during football season and its position at the southernmost tip of the Appalachian mountain range, Auburn has several opportunities for parking your Auburn camper rental. Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground is one of those places. It provides electric hookups, water, and sewer. They also feature WiFi and cable. The site offers big rig access and some pull-through parking sites.

Serenity Stables and RV Park in Waverly offers electric, water, and sewer hookups. It also offers WiFi. The most unique feature might be the stables that are attached to the RV park. Those who rent a travel trailer in Auburn for an equestrian event are able to stable their horse at this park.

Chewacla State Park, like many state parks, offers RV campgrounds as well. They have sewer, water, and electric hookups, and offer cable TV. The park is close to the interstate, which gives drivers an easy opportunity to drive into the city itself if not exploring the state park.

University Station RV Resort has full hookups with WiFi. It specializes in short stays that might be best for tailgating for football games. Some of the sites are back-in, but there are pull-through sites available.

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Auburn University sports are the biggest attractions for RV rentals in Auburn. The football season runs from late August until late November. Seven weekends a year are home football games. Those weekends are very crowded in the city. On non-football weekends during the fall, the city tends to clear out a little bit as college students visit their parents back home. Men’s basketball, women’s softball, and several other sports are great reasons to visit Auburn.

Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art draws many tourists and vacationers as well. The museum has several permanent exhibits and also features various traveling exhibits. It is large enough to attract some of the most popular exhibits that tour through Alabama.

Historic Old Town in Opelika is a popular stop for those who want to do some shopping and eat at local restaurants. Opelika began as a railroad town in the 1840s, and some of the buildings in the oldest parts of the town still date to the 19th century. There are also breweries and several examples of local flavor.

The corner of Magnolia Avenue and College Street is perhaps the most well-known spot in Auburn. It is where college students gather after big games to roll the trees with toilet paper. It’s at the heart of downtown Auburn. From there, visit restaurants and bars popular with the Auburn University faithful.

Auburn, Alabama is more than just a college town. The city has beautiful hills and lovely plains. There are also historic Alabama breweries, restaurants, and bars to visit.

If it's the hot Alabama sunshine you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Auburn. Catch a ball game, relax by a campfire, and take in the exquisite landscape. Rent a luxury motorhome in Auburn, AL and explore The Heart of Dixie!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Lake Wilmore Trail, ALAuburn, AL
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  • Deadening Alpine Trail, ALWind Creek State Park, AL
  • Smith Mountain Fire Tower Trail, ALWind Creek State Park, AL
  • Cherokee Ridge Alpine Trail, ALEclectic, AL
  • Perimeter Trail, GAWest Point, GA
  • Chattahoochee Valley Blueway Via Canoe, GAWest Point, GA
  • West Point Dam , GAWest Point, GA
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