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The best campervan rentals in Alabama

Alabama has mountains, caves, caverns, and soothing waves by sugar-white sand beaches. A campervan rental is a popular way to experience the vast and varied geographical landscape of the heart of dixie.

Whether you’re traveling in a camper van rental to an amenity-filled park or roughing it in a tent and sleeping bag, Alabama is an ideal destination. From the foothills of the Appalachians through countless river valleys to the sugar-white beaches of the Gulf, natural wonders abound for the explorer in you. From caves and caverns to mountaintop peaks, the spirit of adventure awaits.

Marvel in the beauty of the many trails and waterways sure to take you off the beaten path. There are 22 state parks, encompassing 48,000 acres of land and water, that provide endless opportunities to fish, camp, canoe, hike, and enjoy the great outdoors. Each season in Alabama brings a beautiful change for adventurers to enjoy all year long.

There are award-winning restaurants all across the state with world-class culinary masterpieces to experience. Fine dining establishments and hidden diners house one-of-a-kind delights that will have you wishing your meal would never end. From barbecue that’s so tender it falls apart in your mouth to Continental cuisine that will transport you to a whole new world, Alabama’s culinary scene will not disappoint. 

Alabama Fun Facts

Alabama is the only state to have an alcoholic beverage as its official drink: Conecuh Ridge Whiskey.

There are 21 State Parks, 8 National Parks, and 38 National Historic Landmarks in Alabama.

There are 60 miles of shoreline bordering the Gulf of Mexico and another 600 miles of tidal shoreline bordering all the coastal bays, rivers, and bayous.

The clearest, bluest water In Alabama is named Blue Hole. Located within the Turkey Creek Nature Preserve in Pinson, just 15 miles from Birmingham.

Alabama was the first U.S. state to declare Christmas a legal holiday, In 1836.

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