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Located on the beautiful shoreline of Mobile Bay, Fairhope, AL is a town of friendly people and an array of thing to do and see. People come from miles around to visit the pedestrian-friendly shopping district, filled with locally owned businesses. If you love the Gulf Coast, then you will love Fairhope, which oozes a quiet sort of charm, and there is no better way to see it than in an RV rental.

The closest nearby towns to Fairhope are Montrose and Summerdale, and just a short drive away you’ll find the larger city of Mobile and Pensacola. FL.

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The Great Outdoors

Nature lovers will love spending time in Weeks Bay Reserve, covering a huge 9,317 acres. Enjoy spending time in the protected forested, bog habitats, and marsh wetlands which a large amount of wildlife call their home. When you visit in your travel trailer from Fairhope, as well as exploring the area, you can learn about the large amount of research and training that takes place there. In addition to being a mecca for wildlife, there are also a number of recreational activities for visitors to enjoy, such as kayaking, fishing, hiking, picnicking and more.

If you are looking for a beautiful park to spend the day, then head to Fairhope Municipal Park, which is situated at the end of the pier. In the warmer months, the beautiful rose garden is in full bloom, this coupled with the attractive fountain makes it a popular spot for picnickers traveling in Fairhope luxury motorhome rental. The park is also home to a duck pond, tree trail, and a large sandy beach. There are also many bluff top parks that extend along the bayfront offering beautiful views of the water and beyond.

For a true sense of the great outdoors, the De Soto National Forest will certainly not disappoint. The area is covered in southern pine ridges, with small streams finding their way through the forest. No matter what time you visit, the park offers a range of recreational activities; whether you are a hiker, biker, bird watcher or ATV rider, it is a great place to escape the city. With over 170 miles of trails to explore in varied ecosystems, you could spend days exploring all that the forest has to offer, all within easy reach when you park your motorhome rental from Fairhope.

RV Parks

When you book an RV rental in Fairhope, you may need to consider where you will park it. One of the closest RV parks to town is the Southern Way RV Park, opened in 2001. The park is located in a quiet part of Fairhope, however, is only a few minutes away from the historic downtown and the town’s range of amenities. All full hookup sites come with electrical outlets, sewage and water connections, so this could be a good spot for your Fairhope luxury motorhome rental to be parked while you are out enjoying the vast outdoors.RV rental near Fairhope.

Another good option is the Driftwood RV Park, situated in town in a natural meadow setting, surrounded by Pecan Groves and Live Oaks. If you wish to get closer to nature, then this is the park for you. The park offers 51 pull-through sites for your Fairhope camper rental, all of which are full hookup with water, sewer, and 30 & 50 amps and the park offers a range of amenities such as laundry, cable TV, WiFi, showers, and more. With a number of trails, including the Eastern Shore Trail, right on the park’s doorstep, it is the ultimate park for the outdoorsy type.

Just a little outside of town is the Wales West RV Park and Light Railway, which is a lot more than just an RV campground. The RV sites share the park with a unique theme park experience which is centered around a train ride. At various points throughout the year, there are a number of special events, and the campground has been a longstanding venue for bluegrass music.

Exploring the Town

Taking a walk in the town of Fairhope will reward you with a pedestrianized shopping area, brimming with character and filled with locally owned restaurants, bars, and stores. No matter what time of year you visit, there are few places more scenic, sitting on a bluff overlooking Mobile Bay. One of the best things to do is simply take a stroll down Fairhope Municipal Pier which is open throughout the year. The pier offers an array of amenities and is a popular spot for fishing.

If you are interested in the city’s past, the Fairhope Museum of History is a one-stop shop, telling the story of the town in detail. The museum is dedicated to collecting artifacts from Fairhope’s past and displaying them in the informative museum through various exhibitions and programs. The museum is located in downtown Fairhope, occupying the Spanish mission-style building that was once the City Hall. As well as permanent exhibitions about the town’s history, the large mezzanine gallery is used for large changing exhibits. The Eastern Shore Art Center is also a great place to explore, with works in different mediums from all over the US you will surely be in awe.

To really throw yourself into the Fairhope community, pay a visit to the Windmill Market, which has now been running for over 30 years. As well as selling a huge array of fruit and vegetables in an open-air market, there is also a lively atmosphere, and some delicious food served. It is also a good place to purchase unique arts and crafts and some cool souvenirs. As well as the weekly market, the market also opens at special times throughout the year, such as for concerts and other celebrations.

If it's the warm Alabama sunshine you are seeking out, consider a camper rental in Fairhope. Explore an open-air market, relax by a campfire, and take in the majestic scenery. Rent a motorhome in Fairhope and set out on an amazing family outdoor adventure!

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