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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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The next time you're looking to go off the grid and enjoy nature, consider securing an RV rental at Sleepy Holler Campground. This family-friendly central Alabama campground is the ideal place to relax and recharge in the great outdoors. This serene spot comes complete with two fishing lakes, a rec hall, and a game room. You can bring your pets along for your RV camping adventure. All sites come with full hookups, including water, sewer, and 30- and 50-amp electric. Staying clean won't be an issue, either, with shower and laundry facilities also available for your comfort.
When you book an RV in Walker County, you'll enjoy endless opportunities to experience the region's exciting attractions. Dive into local culture and history at area museums like the Bankhead Heritage House and Museum and the Alabama Mining Museum. Or, extend your RV camping trip a bit further and check out the tremendous city of Birmingham, or Tuscaloosa down the road. From the forests to the caverns and everything in between, camping in an RV near Cordova provides an excellent base camp for exploring the hidden gems of the Heart of Dixie.
Sleepy Holler RV Park is conveniently located a short drive from some of Alabama's most popular recreation areas. Head over to Bankhead National Forest, one of Alabama's largest national forests with more than 180,000 acres to explore. The Corinth Recreation Area within the forest is a popular spot, with a designated swimming beach, boat ramps, and an RV campground with full hookups. Eager to bag some big game? Pack your hunting gear in your RV rental and target wild boar or quail. If you'd rather watch the birds than hunt them, keep your binoculars handy for a chance to spot kingfishers, osprey, and several species of warbler.
If you're looking for a smaller area, escape into the wilderness at Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham. Covering just under 1,000 acres, it's the perfect place to spend an afternoon. The extensive multi-use trail network, with 25 miles of hiking paths and 50 miles of mountain biking routes, welcomes adventurers of all skill levels. Enjoy a serene stroll along the two-mile Green Trail, or test your mettle on the eight-mile Yellow Trail. Several paths lead to Peavine Falls, a 65-foot cascade that's well worth the trek. Other activities include fishing, swimming, golfing, wildlife watching, and camping.
Kick it up a notch at Talladega National Forest in Brent. This vast swath accounts for over half of Alabama's national forest footprint at over 300,000 acres. For some truly spectacular panoramas of the park, ascend over 2,400 feet to the summit of Cheaha Mountain. If you're passing through the area in a smaller campervan rental, take the 30-mile scenic route to the peak and soak up the beautiful views along the way. Prefer to explore on foot? The Pinhoti National Trail system boasts more than 100 miles of woodland trails winding through the national forest. Anglers are in for a treat, too, with the chance to reel in catfish, crappie, bream, and more from the forest's numerous lakes.
Hop in your RV rental and take the short 40-minute drive to Birmingham, where you can discover delicious dining, vibrant nightlife, and cultural attractions. A tour at Vulcan Park and Museum allows you to see a legendary landmark and explore some local history. Keep your camera handy to capture a photo of the imposing iron statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire, towering over the city from the summit of Red Mountain. Climb up to the observation tower and you'll be rewarded with jaw-dropping vistas of the cityscape. The surrounding 10-acre park is an excellent spot to get a dose of fresh air in the heart of the bustling city.
Got kids in your crew? Take a trip to the McWane Science Center. Dozens of hands-on exhibits let the little ones learn about everything from sea critters to dinosaurs. Watch awe-inspiring science demonstrations in the Rushton Theater, take a thrilling bike ride on the High Cycle suspended above the lobby, or catch an educational film in the IMAX Dome.
No adventure in Birmingham is complete without experiencing the Birmingham Zoo, home to around 1,000 animals of over 200 species. Every member of your family should find something interesting to see here, with daily activities and amazing exhibits like the Flamingo Lagoon, Southern Bayou, or Predators. Check the events program to see what family-friendly events are on during your visit.
No matter what you and your crew choose to do, this charming corner of Alabama has you covered. Rent an RV in Cordova and tour the area at your own pace in a home on wheels.