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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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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!
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3 thoughts on “First Time Camping Family-Friendly Campgrounds”
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.
Yes! I hope you get to go!