RV Parks in Mobile, Alabama

RV Parks in Mobile, Alabama
The city of Mobile lies on the west bank of the delta formed by the Mobile, Blakeley, Tensaw, Apalachee and Spanish Rivers as they converge into Mobile Bay. Another convergence lies within the city as Interstate 65 stretching from Chicago intersects with the transcontinental highway, Interstate 10. Those traveling along either of these national arteries looking for a rest will find a slice of Southern charm awaiting them at the RV parks in the Mobile area. This charm combined with a wealth of estuarine natural attractions can easily transform a traveler's rest stop into a traveler's destination.

Ace's RV Park

RVers and their pets will find pull-through, full-hookup RV sites with cable TV, Wi-FI, and laundry at Ace's RV Park near Interstate 65. This location allows easy traveling to Mobile's historic, cultural, and natural attractions including the flowered landscape of Bellingrath Gardens, the azaleas and live oaks surrounding the Bragg-Mitchell mansion, and the ecosystems along the Mobile, Blakeley, Tensaw, Apalachee and Spanish Rivers that flow into Mobile Bay. Extended stays (two or more nights) are required.

Ace's RV Park
3815 Moffett Rd.
Mobile, AL 36618
(251) 460-4633
acesrvpark.com

Meaher State Park

The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park and downtown Mobile are a straight shot from Meaher State Park on the eastern side of the Mobile delta. While not actually in Mobile, it's just a short hop across the bridge, in Spanish Fort. A boat ramp and 300-foot fishing pier aids anglers and boaters in enjoying the richness of this estuary. An extended stay at this park is facilitated by the full-hookup RV sites accompanied by a bath house and laundry facilities. Hiking trails include a boardwalk that takes the trekker through the park's ecosystems.

Meaher State Park
5200 Battleship Pkwy.
Spanish Fort, AL 36577
(251) 626-5529
alapark.com/Meaher

Shady Acres Campground

The live oaks add to the Southern atmosphere at Shady Acres Campground, which has served Mobile campers for more than half a century. A boat ramp at the campground offers access to the Dog River and Mobile Bay. The pull-through, full-hookup RV sites are augmented by cable TV, Wi-Fi, bath rooms, showers, fishing pier, propane station, dump station, and laundry facilities. Beyond the campground, a trip south to the beaches of Dauphin Island will complete the Gulf Coast experience.

Shady Acres Campground
2500 Old Military Road
Mobile, AL 36605
(251) 478-0013
shadyacresmobile.com

Article Written By David Chandler

David Chandler has been a freelance writer since 2006 whose work has appeared in various print and online publications. A former reconnaissance Marine, he is an active hiker, diver, kayaker, sailor and angler. He has traveled extensively and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida where he was educated in international studies and microbiology.

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