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Located just four miles north of the town of Linden and around 12 miles south of Demopolis, Chickasaw State Park is a lush 520-acre expanse. Modern RV campsites, playgrounds, a lovely picnic area, pine-oak forests, and diverse wildlife make the park an ideal place for a family vacation. You won't find any long hiking trails or water sports here, but if you're looking for a spot to relax and enjoy nature, Chickasaw State Park is the perfect place.

The recreation area is what gives the place a truly cozy vibe, as there are multiple large pavilions where groups of friends and families tend to gather. One of the main features here is the barbecue pit, a popular spot for Chickasaw State Park campers to host cookouts.

Though the park is relatively large, its campground is quite small and most popular with hunters visiting the adjacent hunting area. If you're planning to camp in a motorhome here, you'll want to reserve one of the park's three RV sites in advance.

Among other area attractions, you can find the Alabama Rural Heritage Center, the Old Cahawba Archeological Park, and an ADA hunting area nearby. The best way to enjoy the park and explore the surrounding areas is to book an RV in Marengo County and reserve your RV camping site.

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Getting Outdoors

Birdwatchers are quite fond of this state park as it boasts a number of different resident and migratory bird species. Expect to spot colorful northern flickers, as well as some ground-dwelling birds like northern bobwhite and wild turkeys. Chickasaw State Park is a stop on the state-wide Black Belt Birding Trail, which features more than 30 stops throughout the Yellowhammer State offering an up-close view of Alabama's native bird species.

In addition to birding enthusiasts, big game hunters also love to visit the park. As the park is close to Turnipseed-Ikenberry Place, a hunting area for people with disabilities, deer hunters frequent the park during hunting season. Since the park is in the Black Belt area of Alabama, a land known for its abundant wildlife, the whitetail deer population is thriving.

The park is a favorite spot for social gatherings or organizing events like birthdays, reunions, and get-togethers. The playgrounds and the wading pool are where the kids spend most of their time, while they wait for the grown-ups to prepare food and have a picnic.

Camping at Chickasaw State Park

Chickasaw State Park's campground offers decent conditions for motorhome camping, but there are only three RV campsites with 30-amp electric and water hookups. The park also has primitive sites for tent campers. Flush toilets are available, but shower facilities aren't provided.

Sites are situated in a lovely wooded area. The maximum RV length is 40 feet. Be aware that the park doesn't have any pet-friendly campsites or Wi-Fi. Guests can reserve a campsite via phone.

Exploring the Area

There are no stores and gas stations in the immediate vicinity of the park. The closest place where you can restock on your supplies or get gas for your camper rental is Linden. The town also has a handful of restaurants where you can eat out, but if you're looking for a wider selection, then head to the city of Demopolis or Greensboro, 30 miles away from the park.

In Demopolis, you'll find just about any cuisine you might be craving, including Mexican, Asian, fast food, seafood, barbecue, pizza, and pastries. Marengo County Historical Society is also located in Demopolis, providing a convenient opportunity to visit some of the historic landmarks in this area. Bluff Hall, for example, is a museum that showcases a collection of textiles and clothing from the 1800s. Laird Cottage serves as a headquarters for the historical society and houses the Geneva Mercer Museum. The museum exhibits arts and crafts of Dora Mercer Laird, who was a talented sculptor during the late 19th century.

One of the largest structures in Marengo County is also in Demopolis: the Gaineswood plantation house. The estate is considered the finest neoclassical home in Alabama, and it's one of the few homes built in the Greek Revival architectural style. The elegant home took 18 years to construct and is open for guided tours and special events.

Some 15 miles away from the park is the town of Thomaston. Even though it's a small town, it has one of the main attractions for hunting enthusiasts: Alabama Whitetail Records Museum. Here, you can see some of the biggest buck trophies and hear the stories behind them. The museum also keeps track of the region's prize deer in its record book.

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