Many of the State Parks of Alabama offer primitive camping along with modern camp sites.
You can find amenities such as bathhouses, camping pads that are spacious and many camp sites that are on the water.
Camping in Alabama is fun and you can even find a campground that will welcome your pet as well.
Buck’s Pocket State Park Camping
Buck’s Pocket has improved their campground and offer 36 campsites with electricity and water. Four of them have sewage. The campground offers a playground for the kids, a comfort station, a place to do laundry, shelter, grills and tables.
As an added bonus, Buck’s Pocket State Park also provides campers with twenty miles of hiking trails. If you don’t have your own, you can always utilize one of their rental campers which will hold as many as six people.
Cathedral Caverns Camping
For those that enjoy their camping at the most primitive Cathedral Caverns Camping fits the bill. The price is right for a night’s stay and only tent camping is allowed.
The sites are cleared and there is a fire pit for your convenience. There are no facilities for electricity but there is a community water spigot with nearby porta potties.
Lake Guntersville State Park Camping
This is a large campground found nestled in the woodlands. The campground is adjacent to the shoreline of the reservoir and boasts 321 sites from which to choose.
Lake Guntersville will please those that enjoy modern camping as well as those that prefer primitive camping.
Within the campground there is a Nature Center which houses many of the natural resources that can be found around park. The Beach Pavilion is perfect for soaking in the sun while the kids splash about.
Joe Wheeler Resort State Park
Campers love this park with its level, large sites situated beneath towering pines. Of the modern campsites there are 116 of which 110 have full hook-ups for sewage, electricity and water.
The primitive campground gives guests the use of a bathhouse. Though there are no electrical hook ups in this area, there are water hydrants for all water needs.
Alabama is an exciting state with plenty of outdoor opportunities. You can combine camping with a myriad of activities such as hiking, fishing, canoeing or kayaking. [camping activities]
Whatever your favorite pursuits are, you are sure to find it when you decide to camp in one of Alabama’s state parks.