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Mobile, AL is an extraordinary place. The third biggest city in Alabama is the state’s only saltwater port and serves as a major economic hub for the entire Gulf Coast region. Much like its sister city New Orleans, Mobile was established originally by French colonists, and passed to the British and Spanish before ultimately becoming a part of the United States. As a result of the many foreign influences and mish-mash of immigrants from all over, Mobile developed a unique way of life. With its gorgeous architecture and appreciation for the arts, this small city became a cultural powerhouse.

The gorgeous old neighborhoods such as Lower Dauphin Street, Ashland Place, and De Tonti Square are rife with lacy iron designs and gorgeous masonry. With so many different architectural styles, the city creates its own diverse design that cannot be seen anywhere else.

Even the public transportation is well maintained so you don't have to worry about driving around in your Mobile RV rental. Book an RV in Mobile and discover this hidden gem of a city.

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With its stunning pineleaf savannas and ancient maritime live oak forests, coastal Alabama has so much incredible variety when it comes to the great outdoors. You are able to rent an RV in Mobile and tour the entire gulf coast with great ease, from New Orleans to the Florida panhandle. On the other side of Mobile Bay is Gulf State Park, one of the finest outdoor areas in the entire state. With 2½ miles of serene white sand beaches and hiking trails, Gulf State Park will enchant you. Just over the state line in Florida, you can take your Mobile motorhome rental to Blackwater Wildlife Management Center, a 230,000-acre forest featuring hiking, biking, swimming, paddling, and horseback riding along with all the fishing and hunting you desire.

Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area is another recreation area suitable for hiking the wooded trails or canoeing the salty estuaries. Hunting season also brings people from all over the state and Gulf region because it is heavily populated with turkey, waterfowl, deer, and small game animals.

Both the Bienville and De Soto National Forests are located just over the border in Mississippi, Alabama’s neighbor to the west. Bienville National Forest, near Forest, MS, has a variety of lakes and is prime for bass fishing, while the 500,000-acre De Soto National Forest has two massive wilderness areas most suitable for canoeing, kayaking, and primitive camping. You may have to drive a little but exploring the coastal region in this fascinating part of the USA is exciting in the Mobile RV rental by owner.

City Sightseeing

This charming port city is lively and full of exciting stuff to do. The most notable characteristic of Mobile, however, is its potent culture in the form of historic architecture, fascinating museums, and even a symphony orchestra. The Mobile Museum of Art, featuring over 10,000 carefully picked works of art, is a mainstay for curious travelers. The lovely little art museum even has live music events and is the perfect place to mingle with friendly locals. The GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico proudly offers amazing educational information for both children and adults to enjoy, and has interactive exhibits, mini submarines, nautical equipment, and many more fun activities for all. Nearby, the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park sits in the water serving as a piece of living history and a floating museum paying homage to its service in the military. The decommissioned aircraft carrier is full of tanks, planes, and other military vehicles. You can even stay overnight on the ship in the tiny bunks to get the full sailor experience. If you enjoy learning about the history of Mobile, check out the Mobile Carnival Museum, that pays homage to the rich history of Mardi Gras which was first celebrated in Mobile (even before New Orleans). The museum is full of crowns, scepters, pomp, and pageantry that even you can don for a photo opportunity! There are so many fun things to do when you rent a luxury motorhome in Mobile, AL, it’s impossible to list them all.

RV Parks to Visit

Finding a decent place to park your Mobile RV rental should present no problem as the area has numerous options including the Shady Acres Campground, centrally located near the downtown area for all your needs. With its exclusive boat ramp on the Dog River, you can fish for striped bass, bream, catfish, redfish, gar, and speckled trout.

Payne’s RV Park has over a hundred sites for you to park, and includes fast WiFi, cable TV, and a huge pavilion for family gatherings or reunions. Feel secure and relaxed at Whispering Oaks RV Park with its 24-7 security cameras, pool and bathhouse, dog park, and assortment of other luxuries that will make you feel at home.

Perhaps one of the best places to stay when you rent an RV in Mobile, however, is the aforementioned Gulf State Park on the sunny coast. With a whopping 496 campsites, paddleboard and kayak rentals, a zip line course, and an 18-hole golf course, you may choose to stay at this incredible coastal park for the entirety of your stay.

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