Small RV Travel Fun In Alabama

Nothing compares to seeing the sights and wonders along the open roads of Alabama from a small RV. Possibilities are endless when it comes to traveling in a small RV. Easily maneuverable, compact yet large enough to carry essential camping equipment and personal belongings, and more gas efficient than larger RVs, there is no reason not to travel in a small RV.

Adventure and excitement abound whether you are driving to beautiful state parks or the thrilling Talladega Super Speedway. As a Gulf Shore state, Alabama offers pristine white sandy beaches for family getaways. Bella Terra of Gulf Shores RV Park is one of the most luxurious and exquisite places to park a vehicle. With its stocked fishing lake, private movie theater, zero-entry infinity pool, and clubhouse with a fire pit, every visitor can customize their vacation to suit their needs without ever leaving the park. Beaches that are ten minutes away and the USS Alabama docked one hour away, will entice visitors to experience both the park and its surrounding features. Also nearby is The Wharf Resort which is a popular area with a shopping center, golf club, marina, amphitheater and numerous restaurants.

Thrill seekers who wish to experience the ultimate RV experience can travel to Talladega where the raceway has been alive with stock car racing since 1969. Designed so that the center of the track is an RV park, Talladega is a community of adventurous travelers. Sitting on top of their RVs during a race, fans are guaranteed the best seats in the speedway. Extremely popular, it is essential to reserve a spot at least six months ahead of time.

Historically important Birmingham offers up its own sights and experiences for Alabama travelers. Hoover RV Park is one popular option for campers due to its close proximity to the city. Only 15 minutes away from Birmingham, it is easy to travel into town to visit the Birmingham Zoo where families can enjoy exotic birds, lions, zebras, giraffes, rhinos, hippos, primates, otters and snakes. For a more natural experience campers can travel five miles to the Moss Rock Preserve Trail and six miles from the Aldridge Gardens Trail where hikers can trek along a mile long loop.

Any small RV will take travelers to these destinations and the comforts of a home-away-from-home and the economical advantages are just a couple reasons to invest in this mode of travel.