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Take some time off work, book an RV in Baldwin County, Alabama, and head toward Gulf State Park for a fun-filled getaway. Gulf State Park is home to over 6,500 acres and two miles of beaches where you can watch the seagulls swooping through the air and waddling on the sandbars. During the heat of summer, Gulf State Park is an ideal place to unwind and laze in the sun, sinking your toes into the sand and searching for seashells.
Getting outdoors while camping at Gulf State Park is easy, since there are so many fun and adventurous activities to check out. Wildlife watching is a favorite pastime at the park, so keep your eyes peeled for deer, bobcats, and alligators. Why not take a guided nature walk or participate in one of the nature center's educational programs to learn more about the unique ecosystems of the Gulf Coast?
If you're after something a little more adventurous while you're RV camping at Gulf State Park, check out parasailing. This activity is not for the faint of heart! You'll be towed behind a boat and lifted high into the air to enjoy the park's scenery from above. Be sure to find a professional parasailing company if you're looking to give it a try. The park permits parasailing and sometimes hosts parasailing trips.
Those who wish to keep their feet planted firmly on the ground can explore several miles of hiking and biking trails throughout Gulf State Park. The Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail is a great route for those not as athletic or daring. Alternatively, you can rent a bike at the camp store within the park if you forgot to load your own bike in your rental RV.
Visitors will find a unique way to experience the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail: on a segway! Enjoy a two-hour guided tour along this 25-mile trail, which starts in Orange Beach and meanders through the park. Each tour begins with a certified segway operator teaching you how to use the segway before heading out.
The Gulf State Park campground is just over a mile from the park's white sandy beaches and provides full hookups with paved pads for your rental RV. Tent and RV campers can take their pick of almost 500 sites which offer plenty of room for slide-outs, so finding a spot should be no problem. Picnic tables and pedestal grills are provided at every campsite. There are modern bathhouses, laundry facilities, and a camp store near the campsites. A swimming pool with a splash pad, sports courts, a horseshoe pit, and the nature center are all near the campgrounds.
If you're looking for a campground outside of Gulf State Park, check out Sugar Sands RV Resort in Gulf Shores, only minutes from the park. Full hookups are available with 30 or 50 amp electricity. Amenities include restrooms, showers, Wi-Fi, and a rec hall with TVs, a full kitchen, and fireplace. A pool and kids’ playground make this an appealing spot for families looking to camp near Gulf State Park.
Alternatively, head over to Orange Beach, where Pandion Ridge Luxury RV Resort is located, and spend the weekend or an entire week in style. This is a short or extended-stay RV resort that offers several full-hookup sites. The resort features two pools, cable TV, Wi-Fi, a hot tub, fitness room, and two laundry facilities.
Many NCAA sports fans will want to camp in an RV near the Orange County Sportsplex in Orange Beach, where the Orange Beach Championship Stadium has hosted many NCAA teams as well as local college basketball teams. Fans can enjoy motorhome camping while also spending time watching their favorite teams play at the Sportsplex.
Plan to visit Gulf State Park during the National Shrimp Festival held in Gulf Shores. This festival is usually set for the first weekend of October and draws almost 250,000 people each year. The National Shrimp Festival is a volunteer-driven event. Add state park RV camping to your itinerary for a jam-packed weekend of seafood, fun, music, arts, and adventure. You can check out local bands and browse vendors selling anything from paintings and sculptures to jewelry and crafts.
While RV camping at Gulf State Park, take a day and explore the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo in Gulf Shores. This zoo was featured in The Little Zoo That Could, a documentary aired on Animal Planet. You can wander through the zoo and see over 600 animals, including several endangered species. The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo is only about one mile from the sandy beaches of Gulf State Park.