Camping in Alabama is a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. In fact, there are a number of campgrounds in the area that allow campers to stay in a cabin or other accommodation while they hike the mountains. If you love to camp then you can plan a family camping trip to the numerous Great Smoky Mountain National Park sites. Here are just 30+ of our favorite campgrounds to visit in Alabama.
The campgrounds at Black Mountain and Crittenden Resort are only a couple miles from the famous campground located near historic Meeks Farm. This campground offers a wide range of accommodation including cabin homes, campsites, and modern cabins. Many of the Crittenden Resort sites offer close proximity to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, where visitors can explore the renowned Smoky Mountain National Park.
Topsail Mountain is another great site that is located along the banks of the mighty Takiau River. This state park offers many different types of lodging including cabin houses, campsites, and modern cabins. Guided tours of the park are offered by the park office daily. Campers are also welcome to bring their own gear to help make the most of their camping experience on Takiau Mountain.