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About Mobile

Before becoming part of the United States, Mobile, Alabama was a colony of France, then Britain, and Spain. Today, it’s a cultural hub of the Gulf Coast. One of Alabama’s biggest draws is its historic architecture, and hosting one of the oldest, recurring carnival events in the U.S. For travellers eager to find RV parks near Mobile, there are quite a few that are close to the Grand and Mobile Bay and the rivers that feed into them.


Styx River in Baldwin County is a stream that is popular with anyone looking to cool off and have some fun in the H2O. It has 26 miles of navigable waterway, between Steelwood and Seminole. And if you’re near County Road 68, you can catch a glimpse of one of the state’s few waterfalls. Anglers come to Styx River to catch bass and bream.


Situated on the Fowl River in Theodore, about 30 minutes south of Mobile, Bellingrath Gardens and Home is a museum that showcases “floral pageantry” year round. Today, the site is listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage. You can stay at any number of campgrounds near Mobile that have hookups or even enjoy some tent camping. You can also just head down to Theodore and reserve a site closer to the gardens.