Alabama March 14, 2019
These Are The 7 Most Desired Campsites In Alabama And It’s Not Hard To See Why
When it comes to camping, you either love it or hate it. If you’re one of the many people who love it, you’re in luck because several incredible campsites are located across Alabama. Listed below are seven state parks that offer some of the best camping opportunities in Alabama. You’ll want to stay at them all!
1. Wind Creek State Park - Alexander City
Wind Creek State Park is one of the largest state-owned campgrounds in the United States. It's also the public's access to beautiful Lake Martin. When it comes to camping, Wind Creek State Park offers 586 campsites that cover more than 320 acres. Seven camping cabins are also available. Wind Creek State Park is located at 4325 AL-128, Alexander City, AL 35010.
2. Cheaha State Park - Delta
Cheaha State Park is located atop Cheaha Mountain, which is Alabama's highest natural point. While visiting this state park, you'll be surrounded by the beautiful Talladega National Forest. Cheaha State Park offers a variety of camping options, including cabins, chalets, improved campgrounds, a primitive campground, a semi-primitive campground, and a group primitive campground. Cheaha State Park is located at 19644 AL-281, Delta, AL 36258.
3. Lake Guntersville State Park - Guntersville
Lake Guntersville State Park is located along the Tennessee River and is a wonderful place to go camping. The park's main campground features 65 water and electric campsites, 100+ primitive campsites, and 229 electric, water, and sewage hookups. There's also a country store, a pavilion, tennis courts, playgrounds, and a fishing pier onsite. Lake Guntersville State Park is located at 1155 Lodge Dr., Guntersville, AL 35976.
4. Joe Wheeler State Park - Rogersville
Joe Wheeler State Park is located on the shores of Wheeler Lake and covers approximately 2,550 acres. This beautiful state park features ten lakeside cottages, six charming cabins, and a campground with a total of 116 campsites.
Joe Wheeler State Park is located at 4403 McLean Dr., Rogersville, AL 35652.
5. Meaher State Park - Spanish Fort
Meaher State Park covers 1,327 acres and is located on the Mobile Delta. It features 61 RV campsites and 10 improved tent sites. Two cozy bayside cabins are also available to rent. Meaher State Park is located at 5200 Battleship Pkwy., Spanish Fort, AL 36527.
6. Oak Mountain State Park - Pelham
Covering nearly 10,000 acres, Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama's largest state park. One of its main recreational activities is camping, and other than RV camping and primitive camping, this beautiful state park also offers equestrian camping, backcountry camping, and 10 fully-equipped cabins. Camping at Oak Mountain State Park is available year-round and is the perfect activity for the entire family. Oak Mountain State Park is located at 200 Terrace Dr., Pelham, AL 35124.
7. Gulf State Park - Gulf Shores
Gulf State Park is located on the Gulf of Mexico and features two miles of beautiful white-sand beaches. When it comes to camping, the park's campground offers 496 improved full-hookup campsites with paved pads and 11 primitive campsites. Twenty modern cabins and 11 lakeside cottages are also available to rent. Gulf State Park is located at 20115 AL-135, Gulf Shores, AL 36542.
Are you a fan of camping? If so, where is your favorite campsite in Alabama? Please let us know in the comments.
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