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The port city of Mobile, Alabama has temperate weather with a mild sub-tropical climate. This city with French and Spanish roots is the birthplace of the Mardi Gras festival. Visit the Mobile Carnival Museum for a historic look at this festival, including personal stories and elaborate costumes. Step on to the battleship USS Alabama and take one of three self-guided tours around the historic ship. Wander slowly through the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and take in the colors of the stained glass windows and the beautiful architecture. Refresh yourself with a walk down Dauphin Street. Stop in to the gift shops and restaurants mixed in among old houses built in Antebellum and Victorian styles. Find the Crescent Theatre and catch a showing of a new-release film on the single screen. Sit up front in one of the recliners. An RV rental near Mobile, Alabama will take you through this historic area in comfort.
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Participate in the free guided tours where you'll learn about this unique coastal barrier habitat and its history. If you?re a birder then you may want to come during the fall and spring when neotropical migratory songbirds migrate along the coastline. Bon Secour is a refuge for the endangered beach mouse and it also provides a nesting area for the loggerhead, green, and Kemp's Ridley sea turtles.
There are 25 full service RV sites with WiFi, water, sewer and electric hookups. There are large shaded lots complete with concrete patio and a picnic table. You'll have views of Mobile Bay and you'll be just a hop skip away from the beach. For your disposal you'll have access to a sun deck and fishing dock along with an area for your boat. Backin sites that will fit any size RV rental.
The Gulf Islands National Seashore has white sandy beaches which begin in Cat Island in Mississippi and end at the eastern tip of Santa Rosa Island in Florida. There are many hiking trails, camping and picnicking areas, old forts which were built 150 years ago by the Spaniards. There are always events happening such as a tour of the Bayou by boat and tours of nearby islands.
Looking for an upscale stay? Why not try the Bella Terra RV Park. This place caters to comfort and luxury. Located near the Florida Emerald Coast, Orange Beach, Foley, Perdido Key and as its name indicates the Gulf Shores. The Resort Activities staff can help you plan a chartered fishing trip, or you and your family can enjoy the nearby beaches. But take note this RV park can only accommodate class A motorcoaches so make sure that is what you are renting.
Bask in the sun and listen to the waves on white sandy beaches. And if you get tired of being a beach bum, try the recreational activities within the park ranging from swimming or zip-lining at the Gulf Adventure Center's Hummingbird Zipline. With more than 10 trails to explore you can catch a glimpse of raccoons, bobcats, deer, rabbits, alligators, and if you?re lucky even black bears. You can also practice golfing in a course which was built for champions.
Approximately 1.5 miles from the white sands, Gulf State Park offers outdoor adventure and comfort. There are 11 modern bathhouses, ADA accessible sites, water front sites and more. All sites have water, sewer and electricity (20, 30, and 50 amp), a picnic table, and a grill. If you seek adventure check out the rentals which include paddle boarding, kayaking, ziplines, trail and beach bikes and more. Amazing RV rental destination book early for a great spot.
The spacious sites are located within beautiful landscaping, you'll be minutes away from white sand beaches. Amenities include a large Rec House, with a full kitchen and 6 roll-up doors, and a resort-style pool and Wifi. You can bring along your furry friend. On site you'll find propane, ice, and firewood. Easy access in your RV rental will make you feel like a pro and the luxury amenities will make you feel at home.
The Alabama Gulf Coast zoo believes that you can change one person's life by bringing them closer to animals. Visitors can interact directly with animals in a safe and educational experience. There are over 500 animals which you can see up close thanks to the wide pathways. Admire the lions, tigers, primates, bears, leopards, and wolves.
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