Hey Dad...can we go camping this weekend?
Most Alabama State Parks host modern campsites along with primitive camping. Modern bathhouses and spacious camping pads - many right on the water - make camping in an Alabama State Park comfortable and fun. Many park campgrounds offer senior discounts, allow pets, have onsite picnic tables and grills and ample parking for visitors. Advance reservations are recommended, especially on weekends and holidays.
Add to your Alabama Adventure...go camping at an Alabama State Park this weekend!
Use this reservations link to choose your park and make your campground reservations. Now they are site specific, meaning if it's available, it's yours.
Download this parks overview chart to help you plan your trip.
|Park||Primitive Camping||Modern Campsites|
|Buck's Pocket State Park||Yes||36|
|DeSoto State Park||Yes||94|
|Joe Wheeler State Park||Yes||116|
|Lake Guntersville State Park||Yes||366|
|Monte Sano State Park||Yes||89|
|Cheaha State Park||Yes||73|
|Lake Lurleen State Park||--||91|
|Oak Mountain State Park||Yes||150|
|Wind Creek State Park||--||626|
|Blue Springs State Park||Yes||50|
|Chewacla State Park||Yes||36|
|Chickasaw State Park||Yes||3|
|Florala State Park||Yes||28|
|Frank Jackson State Park||Yes||32|
|Lakepoint State Park||Yes||190|
|Paul M. Grist State Park||Yes||11|
|Roland Cooper State Park||Yes||47|
|Bladon Springs State Park||--||10|
|Gulf State Park||Yes||496|
|Meaher State Park||Yes||56|