Alabama

C Nash

Senior Member
#2
Alabama

Which way will you be traveling through Birmingham? I59 South I would recommend Tannahill park. Kind of rustic with lot of trees, creek running through with level sites. It has water and electrical hookups. Off the Interstate about 7 miles but has historical iron work, trails and cafe. There is also one right at the exit where you get off the interstate that used to be a KOA but has changed and I have never camped there. Probably ok for overnight. South of Birmingham there is Oak Mountain State Park at exit 246. The campground is about 8 miles from the interstate through the park but the roads are good. Ther is a Good Sam Park at the Pelham exit that is very nice and right on the interstate but on the pricey side. What will you be traveling in?
 
#3
Alabama

Thanks for the reply. I haven't been able to log on until today. We're coming from Valdosta, GA and heading north on 78. I found one in Jasper called Sleepy Holler. Will probably give that a try tonight.

Thanks, again!

Vicki
 

C Nash

Senior Member
#4
Alabama

Vicki, I know where the Sleepy Holler campground is but have never been there. Jasper is about 50 miles nort of Birmingham. Do you plan on just a overnight stay in the Bham area?
 
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