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Blue Springs State Park, AL

1300 RV rentals

Just under a two-hour drive from Montgomery, Blue Springs State Park in Clio is the perfect place for a slower paced vacation. Search for an RV in Barbour County and head over to Blue Springs State Park for a restful weekend or a fun-filled week of hiking and swimming. This isn't just a park for summertime fun -- Alabama’s weather allows for camping with an RV most of the year, which gives you the opportunity to take in some of the festivals in nearby Eufaula.

When most people think of Blue Springs State Park, they will usually think of the state park of the same name located in Florida. However, Blue Springs State Park in Clio is located …

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, AL

200 RV rentals

Located eleven miles away from Gulf Shores in southern Alabama, Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge occupies 7,157 acres of land. It is divided into five discrete parcels of land scattered across Baldwin and Mobile counties but is managed as a single entity. The units are Little Dauphin Island, Sand Bayou, Little Point Clear, Perdue, and Fort Morgan. Bon Secour is a French name meaning safe harbor. Designated in 1980, this Alabama coast gem features a wide range of habitats, including sand dunes, wetlands, wildflowers, beaches, and pine and oak forest. As the name suggests, Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge is home to hundreds of animal species, with more than 250 species of birds recorded here.

No matter the unit of …

Cathedral Caverns State Park, AL

537 RV rentals

Cathedral Caverns State Park is a state park located in Kennamer Cove in Marshall County, Alabama. The county is in the northeastern corner of the state. Cathedral Caverns is a series of karst caves, which are caves formed in soluble rock such as limestone.

The caverns had been occupied by Native Americans for hundreds of years. Archaeological records indicate Native Americans lived near the caves as recently as the 19th century. They were perhaps inhabiting parts of the caverns as long ago as 7000 BCE. One cavern was more recently settled by the Kennamer family. After the Kennamer farmhouse was burned by US soldiers, the family lived in the cave. The state of Alabama bought the caverns in 1987 and …

Cheaha State Park, AL

575 RV rentals

Cheaha State Park covers over two and a half thousand acres of lush mountainous forest. Located almost exactly halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta, this park serves as the perfect weekend getaway for those renting an RV to escape the big cities of Alabama and Georgia. At the southernmost tip of the Appalachians, Cheaha State Park overlaps two counties; Clay County and Cleburne County, making it easily accessible from anywhere in Alabama.

As the highest point in the state of Alabama, Cheaha lives up to its Muskogee name, meaning “high place.” With its strong historical connection to the Native-American Creek Indians, Cheaha State Park also reveals the history of the Alabama Civilian Conservation Corps, whose stone bath-houses, towers and pavilions …

Chewacla State Park, AL

227 RV rentals

Chewacla State Park is located in eastern Alabama, between the towns and cities of Montgomery, Auburn, and Columbus, GA. The state park lies in the perfectly balanced location of built-up towns and cities and the rolling open countryside of southeast Alabama. The park’s main feature and biggest draw is the 26-acre body of water known as Lake Chewacla. Chewacla State Park attracts many visitors every year, some for the fantastic fishing, watersports, and boating out on Lake Chewacla and others for the surrounding foothills that are perfect for hiking and nature watching.

This cocktail of lakeside recreation and Alabama countryside makes Chewacla State Park the perfect place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a …

Chickasaw State Park, AL

105 RV rentals

Located just four miles north of the town of Linden and around 12 miles south of Demopolis, Chickasaw State Park is a lush 520-acre expanse. Modern RV campsites, playgrounds, a lovely picnic area, pine-oak forests, and diverse wildlife make the park an ideal place for a family vacation. You won't find any long hiking trails or water sports here, but if you're looking for a spot to relax and enjoy nature, Chickasaw State Park is the perfect place.

The recreation area is what gives the place a truly cozy vibe, as there are multiple large pavilions where groups of friends and families tend to gather. One of the main features here is the barbecue pit, a popular spot for …

DeSoto State Park, AL

799 RV rentals

With a spectacular waterfall, thick woodland, and vibrant wildflowers, DeSoto State Park has plenty to offer to nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Found just eight miles northeast of Fort Payne, Alabama, this 3,502-acre park sits atop Lookout Mountain in the state's northeast.

From swimming, kayaking, and fly fishing to hiking, mountain biking, and wildflower watching, DeSoto State Park offers a huge range of recreational activities to choose from. And with 94 full-hookup campsites available, it's also a lovely spot to spend a few nights in a rental RV.

If this Alabama gem sounds like your ideal destination for a camping getaway, book an RV in Cherokee County and get ready to hit the road.

Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, GA

127 RV rentals

The states of Alabama and Georgia are home to the Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge, an ideal motorhome camping destination. Covering over 11,000-acres, the refuge is spread over several counties in both states and is located on the Walter F George Lake, locally referred to as Lake Eufaula, that flows along the Chattahoochee River. The closest city to Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge is Eufaula, located about 10 miles from the refuge. Renting an RV is a convenient way of getting around, and you’ll find a range of affordable RV rentals in Barbour County. Other cities not too far away include Phenix City in Alabama and Columbus in Georgia. 

Camping at Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge opens up lots of fun, outdoor …

Florala State Park, AL

223 RV rentals

Florala State Park is located in southern Alabama, near the Florida state border and the towns of Opp, AL, Andalusia, AL, and Crestview, FL. Florala State Park is most famous for straddling the shores of Lake Jackson, a five hundred acre lake that is bisected by the Alabama - Florida state border. Many come from miles around the enjoy the fantastic lakeside recreation Florala State Park has to offer. This takes the form of fishing, boating, swimming, and water skiing in the lake. Hikers may enjoy the park’s walking trail to Florala City Wetlands Park; there is something for everyone at Florala State Park.

The perfect combination of lakeside recreation combined with its closeness to the state …

Frank Jackson State Park, AL

197 RV rentals

Frank Jackson State Park is located in southern Alabama close to the city of Opp, and between the cities of Enterprise and Andalusia. The state park wraps itself around the southern shore of Lake Frank Jackson and encompasses the northwestern portion of the city of Opp.

Frank Jackson State Park combines the perfect cocktail of lakeside recreation with countryside walks and hikes. Its closeness to both the Alabama countryside and towns such as Opp make it the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made easier with Highway 331 running along its eastern boundaries.

Rent a camper near Frank Jackson State Park and get all the enjoyment Lake Frank Jackson …

Gulf State Park, AL

197 RV rentals

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.

Gulf State Park is also an excellent base camp to explore the nearby area, including Orange Beach, Foley, and Gulf Shores, all of which are only minutes from the park.

Joe Wheeler State Park, AL

310 RV rentals

Set on a 69,000-acre lake, Joe Wheeler State Park combines the allure of an outdoor recreation area with the luxuries of a modern resort. There are plenty of opportunities to make a splash in Wheeler Lake, whether you're swimming, paddling, boating, or casting a line for bass, bream, and catfish. When it comes to recreation, Joe Wheeler State Park takes things to the next level with a championship golf course, tennis courts, and serviced marina. For history buffs, the link to revered Confederate general and U.S. Congressman Joe Wheeler is a bonus.

The top-tier resort facilities, coupled with an experienced events team, makes Joe Wheeler State Park a popular destination for weddings, conventions, and group getaways. Planning a trip to …

Lake Guntersville State Park, AL

549 RV rentals

This nature lover’s paradise in Northeast Alabama is home to its namesake Lake Guntersville-one of the largest lakes in Alabama. Sprawling over 69,000 acres this lake offers vacationers a nice place to enjoy water sports. A crazy mix of birds from osprey, pelicans to bald eagles inhabit this 6,000 acres park. Besides the birds, deer are prevalent to the park.

When it comes to recreational activities, is an outdoor lover’s favorite, especially to RVers. For a truly authentic experience, don’t hesitate to book an RV in Guntersville. Located in Guntersville on the banks of Tennessee River on top of Taylor Mountain, Lake Guntersville State Park is just a short drive from Albertville .

Lake Lurleen State Park, AL

126 RV rentals

Just to the west of central Alabama is Lake Lurleen State Park, which is named for former Alabama Governor Lurleen Wallace. When you camp in an RV near Tuscaloosa, you’ll be near Lake Lurleen State Park. Tuscaloosa is the hometown of Lurleen Wallace, who was instrumental in helping pass funding for Alabama State Parks. Visiting this state park will reward you with gorgeous scenery and plenty of outdoor activities, and when you book an RV in Tuscaloosa County, it is easy to see everything in the area.

Lake Lurleen State Park covers over 1,600 acres and surrounds the 250-acre lake that the state park is named after. There are a few major annual events that happen at the park, …

Lakepoint State Park, AL

125 RV rentals

Lakepoint State Park is located on the northern edge of Eufaula, Alabama. The park was founded in 1968 when the state of Alabama purchased nearly 800 acres along the Walter F. George Reservoir. The reservoir is an impoundment of the Chattahoochee River and would be a great place for a family adventure.

Eufaula has a humid, subtropical climate, which means that the summers are hot with lots of humidity. The winters are moderate. Freezing temperatures are common, especially overnight. The area also has snowfall in most years. However, the snowfall is generally very light and does not stick to the ground for long. When you rent an RV near Lakepoint State Park, do not expect to do much wintry driving. …

Meaher State Park, AL

209 RV rentals

Meaher State Park is a gateway to the enormous Mobile-Tensaw Delta, a 20,000-acre reserve formed at the confluence of the Alabama and Tombigbee Rivers. The public recreation area is set on Mobile Bay and offers a unique chance to launch a kayak, explore scenic nature trails, or try your luck with a rod and reel. The park is an important habitat for local wildlife, with alligators often spotted soaking up the sun on the shoreline.

Planning a getaway to the Yellowhammer State? Book an RV in Baldwin County and you'll enjoy the freedom to explore Meaher State Park, as well as other nearby recreation areas, at your own pace. Spend the day relaxing by the beach or venture further afield …

Monte Sano State Park, AL

423 RV rentals

Situated on the northern edge of Alabama near the state’s border with Tennessee lies Monte Sano State Park. This park covers over 2,140 acres and offers breathtaking views of Monte Sano Mountain. The land was once a sought-after destination during the 1800s due to many believing that its fresh air and mineral springs had impressive health benefits.

Temperatures tend to be warm year-round, although they can start to drastically dip in the winter. Monte Sano State Park is about an hour away from Birmingham, AL.

Oak Mountain State Park, AL

193 RV rentals

Chances are if you visit Alabama, you’re going to visit Birmingham, one of the state's largest cities. If you travel only 20 miles south, you’ll be well rewarded for your effort with Oak Mountain State Park. Its proximity to a metropolitan area means conveniences are within easy reach should you have an emergency or simply need to restock, but you'll also find plenty of other natural wonders nearby. Thirty miles to the west is the 1,500-acre Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park. Fourteen miles north is the 350-acre Moss Rock Preserve. Ruffner Mountain, Columbiana Mountain, Lake Purdy — the area surrounding Oak Mountain State Park abounds with natural landscapes, making it the ideal place to go camping in an …