RV Parks and Campgrounds

Colbert County Alloys Park/Campground

180 Alloys Park Lane, Muscle Shoals, Al 35661

Located on Wilson Lake, this new RV park/campground has RV, tent & primitive camping, electricity/water/sewage, dump station, bathhouse, boat ramp. Open year round. 

(256) 383-0783


Colbert County Rose Trail RV Park & Campground

9395 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616

Located on Pickwick Lake.  RV, tent & primitive camping, electricity/water, dump station, piers, pavilion, bathrooms and showers (seasonal), boat ramps.  Open March-September. 

(256) 360-2764


Heritage Acres RV Park

1770 Neil Morris “Road (off U.S. Hwy 72), Tuscumbia, AL 35674

65 RV campsites with full hookups, coin laundry, bath house, free cable TV, free wireless internet service.  Daily, weekly & monthly rates.  Some pull-through sites.  Big rigs & pets welcome.  Open year round. 

(256) 383-7368 


Rose Trail RV Park and General Store

9270 Riverton Rose Trail, Cherokee, AL 35616

Located across from the Colbert Boat Ramp on Bear Creek/Tennesssee River, can accommodate 14 large RVs with full hookups (30 to 50 amp) with WiFi hot spot.  Great hunting and fishing, we are Wildlife Management Area check-in station.  Deli with food to order and carry general merchandise - propane exchange, fishing/hunting supplies, beer and bait.  Locked boat storage available. 

(256) 360-2393


Tuscumbia RV Park

18260 U.S. Hwy 72 W., Tuscumbia, AL 35674

A unique and scenic park with 24 quiet, shady RV spots located about seven miles west of Tuscumbia. Full hookups, providing electric, water, sewage, wi-fi, free laundry and shower building. Open year round.'

(256) 383-2363 or toll free (866) 930-7275


Wilson Dam - Rock Pile Camping

663 Rock Pile Rd., Muscle Shoals, AL 35661

A self-service campground open mid-March through mid-Nov. 23 campsites. Rest rooms with heated showers and flush toilets, picnic tables and grills, boat ramps above and below the dam, lake and river fishing, hiking trail (10 miles), walking trail, natural area, wildlife viewing area, bird-watching, bicycling.  Old First Quarters Small Wild Area, comprising 25 acres, was set aside to preserve natural and cultural features.

(800) 882-5263
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