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Discover Montgomery, AL
Montgomery, the capital city of Alabama, is an interesting and dynamic southern city situated alongside the Alabama River, in central Alabama. This charming town is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Appalachian Mountains and offers visitors many outdoor and recreation opportunities, as well as arts, culture, and fine dining. Considered by many to be the home of the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, Jr., preached at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, and the Civil Rights Memorial and attached exhibition center commemorate this important period in American history. Get to know this fascinating community and its beautiful natural surroundings, and book an RV in Montgomery, Alabama, today.
Sites and Scenery
Just 60 miles north of Montgomery is the renowned Talladega National Forest. This is a wonderful destination with miles and miles of trails for hiking, biking, and camping. Alongside the road, you’ll see beautiful sights and views, including historic cotton fields, mountains, gorgeous valleys, and deep forests. If you rent an RV in the area during the fall, you will be delighted with wonderful fall colors. The Talladega National Forest covers almost 400,000 acres, or 600+ square miles, and covers a good portion of the southern edge of the Appalachian Mountains.
Blackwater Wildlife Area is about 100 miles south in your Montgomery RV rental, near Milton, Florida. This is a quiet and peaceful place, with abundant wildlife like turkey and deer. There are more than 200 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails. Seasonal and year-round creeks and streams are numerous, and you’ll love the rich forested landscape. Leashed dogs are welcome. Camping spots are available here, as well as at the nearby Bear Lake Campground. While in the area, head 50 miles south in the Montgomery motorhome rental and reach the beautiful shores of the Gulf of Mexico. One popular spot here is the 34,000 acre Fort Pickens Aquatic Preserve, along with the historic Fort Pickens site. Fishing and hunting are popular, as well as wildlife viewing, including friendly dolphins. You can explore by land or by water and rent a boat or kayak to really get to know the area. Bird watching is also a treat here, with the protected sound offering an entirely different feel than the Gulf shore with its pure white sand beaches.
Bienville National Forest, about 200 miles west of Montgomery near Jackson, MS, is a stunning, vast preserve with many lakes and trails, as well as a myriad of recreational opportunities like hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, and wildlife photography. There is a camping area too.
Montgomery is a lovely city. When you rent an RV in Montgomery, you can see the historic 1850’s Alabama State Capitol, and the Civil War history of the city is complex and fascinating. Just south of the capitol building is the 1835 Italianate-style home where Confederate President Jefferson Davis lived. Union Station is another National Historic Landmark and is part of the gorgeous Riverfront Park development, which includes a river walk, a riverboat dock, and an amphitheater.
For a glimpse of 19th-century Montgomery, make sure to visit Old Alabama Town, with more than 50 restored buildings.
One of the most unique museums in the country is the National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Opened in downtown Montgomery in 2018, and founded by the Equal Justice Initiative, this institution acknowledges the sometimes painful historic past of racial violence in America. It’s a thoughtful exhibit, with stories of remembrance.
Montgomery has one of the biggest and most active arts scenes in America. For example, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, in the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, houses permanent collections of American art and sculpture. Southern art is emphasized, as well as master prints from European artists. An impressive collection of glass and porcelain works, as well as a cooperative gallery for local artists, is also housed here.
Kids of all ages love the Montgomery Zoo. Home to more than 500 animals, representing wildlife from five continents, this 40-acre zoo features barrier-free habitats. There is plenty of parking for the Montgomery travel trailer rental, and this is a great place to spend an afternoon.
The Hank Williams Museum in downtown Montgomery features one of the largest collections of memorabilia in the world. This spot pays tribute to the country music legend. Fans of all generations love this museum and its unique take on the history of country music in America.
Learn about planets, stars and other galactic mysteries at the W.A. Gayle Planetarium, run and operated by Troy University. This particular planetarium is actually one of the largest in the southeast United States. Night sky tours are offered, as well as shows, exhibits, and talks on current topics in astronomy.
Other points of interest in Montgomery include the Fitzgerald Museum for literary buffs, lovely city parks and plazas, the Alabama Riverfront area, and much, much more.
Where to Park It
You’ll find dozens of places to set up camp with the motorhome rental near Montgomery. Most are private RV parks with a wide variety of amenities and services, including laundry facilities, showers, picnic tables, and firepits, as well as swimming pools and clubhouses. Expand your search to include some of the natural areas, and you’ll find national forest camping and state parks, like Paul M. Grist State Park and Roland Cooper State Park. There are also great spots for your Montgomery rental camper closer to the Gulf coast near Pensacola and Santa Rosa Island, Florida. There are also many Walmart Supercenter stores in the great Montgomery area, some of which permit overnight parking. Just ask ahead at the customer service counter.
There’s something for almost everyone when it comes to enjoying the cuisine of Montgomery. From delicious Southern cuisines like traditional black-eyed peas and country ham to fine dining and fast food, you’ll find it all here in the Montgomery area. Of course, Southern barbeque is also very popular.
Fresh produce is commonly found here in Montgomery, so you’ll also be able to enjoy many farm-to-table experiences. Speaking of fresh produce, from May through September, make sure to check out the Eastchase Farmers Market in Montgomery, open Saturday mornings, for the best selection of farm-fresh produce, homemade foods, live music, kids’ activities and fun for the whole family.
Enjoy all that this part of Alabama has to offer, and search for an RV rental in Montgomery, AL, today.
RV Rentals in Montgomery, AL
Montgomery, AL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Montgomery. Outdoorsy's Montgomery RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Montgomery are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, Natchez Trace Parkway and National Scenic Trail, and Cloudland Canyon State Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
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Local Hiking Trails
|Falling Rock Falls Hike||Montevallo||Alabama|
|Green Trail (Peavine Falls Trail)||Pelham||Alabama|
|Providence Canyon Perimeter Loop Trail||Omaha||Georgia|
|The Wolfden Trail||Warm Springs||Georgia|
|Chewacla State Park Trail||Auburn||Alabama|
|Cave Creek Trail from Cheaha Trailhead||Lineville||Alabama|
|Swayback Bridge Trail||Wetumpka||Alabama|
|Chinnabee Silent Trail||Lineville||Alabama|
|Pinhoti Trail: Porters Gap to Cheaha State Park||Talladega||Alabama|
|Moss Rock Preserve Trail||Birmingham||Alabama|