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Fort Payne, Alabama Campgrounds and RV Parks

On the northeastern border of Georgia, Fort Payne is home to a national preserve and state park, as well as a local cave. Like most the state, Fort Payne is home to beautiful views and wilderness. It’s cold and sometimes snowy in the winter, while warm in the summer. Fall makes a great time to visit as the trees start to change color. After spending a day outside and checking out some of Fort Payne’s attractions, take a short drive to one of Fort Payne’s RV Parks.

Little River Canyon National Preserve is just outside Fort Payne. This beautiful preserve is located on top of Lookout Mountain. Just over 15,000 acres, the preserve allows hunting and fishing with permits. Hiking is also a popular activity. Backcountry camping is one of the more popular attractions of the park, as it’s not a busy area and there are no ranger outposts. After a day hiking, hunting or fishing, jump over to one of Fort Payne’s RV Parks.

Near Little River Canyon is DeSoto State Park, which is a recreation area. The park boasts 11 miles of mountain biking trails and 25 miles of hiking trails. Natural beauty is abound with waterfalls and streams, making this a great place to visit.

Updated November 9, 2016.