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Have you been wanting to go camping but just can’t think of anywhere unique to reserve a spot? If so, we have the perfect destination for you – Great Escapes RV Resort Chesnut Bay, which happens to be the camping areas that are located on the same property as Pirates Bay Waterpark Leesburg. Pirates Bay Leesburg in Alabama is a unique attraction that’s great for the entire family, in addition to its camping areas. For information about Pirates Bay Waterpark Leesburg, including how you can reserve a camping spot, take a look below.

Have you ever been to Pirates Bay Waterpark Leesburg? How about any other waterparks in Alabama? If so, what did you think about it? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below. Before heading out on your next hiking or camping adventure, be sure to check out our handy hiking packing list so you don’t leave any of the essentials behind.

During your stay in Leesburg, another great place to visit is Cherokee Rock Village. For information, be sure to take a look at the following article: Walk Through 200 Acres Of Rock Formations At Alabama’s Cherokee Rock Village.

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Camping in Alabama

Where are the best cabin camping spots in Alabama?

If you're not a fan of traditional tent camping, Alabama still has plenty to offer. Check out these six campgrounds, perfect for those who prefer the comfort of cabins and cottages.

  1. Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park RV Camp Resort of the Alabama Gulf Coast, Elberta: Offers tent, RV, and cabin camping with facilities like an on-site pool. The cabins are named Boo Boo Bear Cabin, Cindy Bear Cabin, and Yogi Bear Cabin.
  2. Bear Creek Log Cabins, Fort Payne: Located atop Lookout Mountain, these cabins offer a warm, inviting space with a touch of historical decor.
  3. Joe Wheeler State Park, Rogersville: Set on North Alabama's Wheeler Lake, this resort offers a lodge, an 18-hole golf course, and various camping opportunities, including lakeside cottages with a fantastic view of the lake.
  4. Gulf State Park, Gulf Shores: Features two miles of white-sand beaches and 11 lakeside cottages on the banks of Lake Shelby, ideal for a weekend getaway.
  5. Honeycomb Campground, Grant: Located on Lake Guntersville, offers 141 short-term and long-term campsites, along with cabins and chalets each having a unique rustic vibe.
  6. Lake Guntersville State Park, Guntersville: Covers approximately 6,000 acres and offers various outdoor recreational activities. In addition to tent camping, cabins, and chalets are available for rent.


What are some other great cabin rentals in Alabama?

If you fancy swapping out the typical camping experience for the charm of a cabin retreat (who wouldn't?), check out these best cabin rentals in Alabama:

  • Riverfront A-frame Cabin, Shelby. Embrace your adventurous spirit with this snug A-frame cabin as your base of operations in the heart of Shelby, AL!
  • Waterfront TimeOut Cabin (Mentone). Nestled in the charming Laurel Lakes locale, this cabin radiates rustic allure with its inviting wood accents, a living area complete with a functional fireplace, a snug bunk room, and more. Its lakeside location is the cherry on top, and if you thought an Alabama lakeside cabin was beyond your means, prepare to be amazed by this budget-friendly find!
  • Lake Weekapaug Luxury Cabin, Mentone. Prepare for awe as you tour this elegantly rustic, three-story luxury cabin in Mentone, Alabama. Exploring the cabin is a feast for the eyes, thanks to the remarkable interior.

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