Posted in Alabama
July 22, 2022
When it comes to hiking and camping, Alabama has many options. Listed below, we’ve included a road trip route that’ll take you to a few places that offer some of the best hiking and camping spots in Alabama. You’ll want to experience them all, especially if you love the outdoors.
1. William B. Bankhead National Forest
Bankhead National Forest, 1070 AL-33, Double Springs, AL 35553, USA
The first stop on our road trip is the William B. Bankhead National Forest. Located in North Alabama, this national forest is home to one of the Southeast’s top hiking areas, the Sipsey Wilderness.
2. Cheaha State Park
Cheaha State Park, 19644 AL-281, Delta, AL 36258, USA
The next stop is Cheaha State Park, which is located atop of Cheaha Mountain, Alabama’s highest natural point. One of Alabama’s most popular hiking trails, Bald Rock Boardwalk, is nestled within Cheaha State Park. It offers one of the state’s most breathtaking views at the end.
3. Wind Creek State Park
Wind Creek State Park Campground, 5033-5001 Wind Creek State Park Entrance, Alexander City, AL 35010, USA
The next stop is Wind Creek State Park, which is located in Alexander City and is home to one of America’s largest campgrounds. Offering 586 campsites, Wind Creek State Park is one of Alabama’s best camping destinations.
4. Clear Creek Cove RV Resort (RED YURT)
Clear Creek Cove RV Resort, 765 Willingham Rd, Talladega, AL 35160, USA
The next stop is Clear Creek Cove RV Resort in Talladega, Alabama. For a unique camping experience, you’ll want to book a stay inside the RED YURT, which overlooks Logan Martin Lake.
5. Oak Mountain State Park
Oak Mountain State Park, 200 Terrace Dr, Pelham, AL 35124, USA
The final stop is Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham. Covering nearly 10,000 acres, this is Alabama’s largest state park. It offers 25 miles of hiking trails and…
…both primitive and RV camping options. It’s a definite must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts.
Have you ever hiked or camped at any of these places in Alabama? …….