First Time Camping Family-Friendly Campgrounds

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First Time Camping Alabama

In Alabama, there are several state parks offering alternatives to traditional tent camping. These rental campers & camper cabins will give you an idea of what it’s like to have the conveniences of an RV/camper on your camping adventures.

  1. Blue Springs State Park
    For $50/night, your family will stay in a rental camper with sleeping quarters & kitchenette for preparing meals. This parks prize is a pool fed by an underground spring. You’ll also enjoy fishing, hiking & playgrounds. The park office also offers free wi-fi connections. Visit the Official Blue Springs State Park website for more info.
  2. Buck’s Pocket State Park
    This secluded park offers natural canyon vistas in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Camping in the rental camper, your family will have a kitchenette and sleeping quarters along with a private picnic table & outdoor grill for cooking. You’ll also enjoy the many nature trails and a nice playground. Find out more at the Official Buck’s Pocket State Park website.
  3. De Soto State Park
    De Soto offers many programs and opportunities for visitors including a nature trails, canoe rentals, playgrounds and mountain bike trails. They also accommodate a wide range of comfort levels from back country & primitive sites to more modern sites. They’ve begun construction on a new addition, camper cabins, which will offer visitors a primitive shelter. Keep an eye on their website to find out when these new cabins are made available!

First Time Family Camping in… Georgia | Alabama | Florida | North Carolina & South Carolina | Tennessee

3 thoughts on “First Time Camping Family-Friendly Campgrounds

  1. I think that it would be awesome to go camping. Especially for my family. If we ever get a chance to go it will be the first time for all of us. I think I’m going to try to talk them into it.

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