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Camping in Alabama
Experience the beauty of the “Heart of Dixie” when you plan a camping trip in Alabama. With 8 national parks and 21 state parks, from the foothills of the Appalachians through countless river valleys to the sugar white beaches of the Gulf, natural wonders abound for campers, glampers and RVers to explore.
What is the best season for camping in Alabama?
If you wish to explore nature and go sightseeing, spring is the best time to visit Alabama. The trees are budding and the wildflowers are starting to bloom, but the bugs and high humidity have yet to make their annual return.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in Alabama?
There are some wonderful things to do and sites to see in Alabama! The Sipsey Wilderness & Bankhead National Forest in North Alabama features waterfalls, canyons, boulders and more. Little River Canyon, best known as the “Grand Canyon of the East” offers a variety of recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast. And Lake Eufaula (aka Walter F. George Lake), located on the Chattahoochee River, covers over 45,000 acres, and is best known as the “Bass Fishing Capital of the World.”
What are the top events and festivals in Alabama?
Alabama has an abundance of can’t miss festivals and events throughout the year. You won’t want to miss the Mardi Gras Day Festival in Mobile (March), the Alabama Blueberry Festival in Brewton (June), or the National Peanut Festival in Dothan (November).
What are the best state and national parks to visit in Alabama?
The picturesque DeSoto State Park is a top destination among visitors to Alabama, thanks to the gorgeous 107 ft DeSoto Falls, while Gulf State Park is where you go for an Alabama beach getaway, offering 2 miles of white sand beaches and beautiful water to surf, swim and kayak in. Then there is scenic Lake Lurleen State Park, a 250-acre lake stocked with fish and featuring an abundance of scenic trails, camping areas and activities for all.
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