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From the time Florence was first established in 1818, the area’s population has steadily increased. A city with small-town flavor and large city refinement, Florence's unique personality will become apparent as you stroll through the city. Visit various historic districts, reel in a trophy-sized bass, indulge in an enticing array of Southern cuisine, or tee off in a world-class golf course.
Florence is part of an area referred to as the “Shoals,” which includes Florence, Sheffield, Tuscumbia, and Muscle Shoals. The Shoals area is ranked as one of the safest places to live in the entire nation, making it an ideal place to visit with the entire family. With an average temperature of 62 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year, tons of recreational activities, historic sites, and something for the whole family, your next adventure awaits when you search for an RV in Lauderdale County.
McFarland Park is your typical city park, but its location along the banks of the Tennessee River gives it an extra bit of edge. When you rent a motorhome in Florence, be sure to stop by and check out the wide array of recreational activities the park has to offer. Do some fishing, set out on the water on a boat, go for a swim, or work on your tan on the shores of the sandy beach. Let your children play in the playgrounds, grab a bite to eat at the floating restaurant, rent a water vessel from the marina, go for a walk along the jogging trails, or enjoy a game in one of the multi-purpose fields. You can even stay the night at the campground, so be sure to visit McFarland Park when you rent an RV in Florence.
Learn about Florence’s past at Florence Indian Mound and Museum. The museum houses an extensive collection of jewelry, pipes, ancient tools, spears, and artifacts from Native Americans who resided in the Alabama area centuries ago. You can even see giant, ancient spearheads that prehistoric humans likely used to protect themselves against woolly mammoths and mastodons as the Ice Age retreated and gave way to the lush and diverse Tennessee Valley.
Wilson Lake is the reservoir created by the Wilson Dam. The lake covers approximately 25 square miles and is included in Colbert, Lauderdale, and Lawrence County. Wilson Lake provides opportunities for boating and fishing. Common catches include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and catfish.
Florence is a beautiful city, and there are many RV parks in the area should you decide to stay the night and explore a bit more. One place is Heritage Acres RV Park in Tuscumbia. Able to accommodate big rigs, this no-frills campground has full hookups at each of its campsites. Here you’ll have access to Wi-Fi and cable TV. Freshen up in the bathhouse with warm showers or wash a load of laundry in the 24/7 laundromat.
Another option in the area is Hart’s RV Park and Campground. Situated on the shores of Pickwick Lake, this serene and rustic campground will let you escape while still keeping you in proximity to modern conveniences. Go fishing, hunting, enjoy various water sports, or practice your golf swing on one of the nearby courses.
Muscle Shoals is less than 15 minutes' drive away when you book a motorhome rental in Florence, and one place you definitely have to visit when you’re in town is Muscle Shoals Sound Studio. Popular artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Seger have all recorded music here. Tour the facility when you visit and learn about the venue's history plus all the famous people who have recorded music here.
“Ivy Green,” the birthplace of Helen Keller, is another place to check out when you book a camper rental in Florence. In Tuscumbia, here visitors can explore the house and grounds where this famous blind and deaf young girl lived. You’ll also see the well pump where Anne Sullivan first communicated with Helen Keller.
Witness the work of world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright when you reserve a travel trailer rental in Florence. The Rosenbaum House is an example of Wright’s Usonian concept and is located in Florence. Built in 1940, home's organic architecture includes nature in every aspect, and its many windows allow sunshine to flood the home. Other Usonian characteristics include horizontal lines that connect the home with the land, flat roofs with overhangs, and natural materials. The house is available for touring most days each week, but check the website before you visit.