Camp Jackson

Camp Jackson is a 515-acre camp located 5 mles east of Scottsboro on Highway 40,  just off Highway 35 on the Tennessee River at jones Cover. Currently Camp Jackson is used only for primitive camping. On April 27, 2011, Camp Jackson was hit by EF-1 and EF-4 tornadoes. No one was injured by the camp […]

 
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Camp Westmoreland

Camp Westmoreland is a 284-acre facility located about 5 miles from Florence, Alabama. This camp, with its beautiful forest of hardwoods and pines, borders Shoal Creek, one of the hottest recreation waterways in north Alabama. This camp offers a great opportunity to Scouting units for short term camping, Cub Scout activities, day camps and training […]

 
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Camp Horne

Located in east Tuscaloosa County, Camp Horne is the main Council camp in the Black Warrior Council and is available for use year-round by all Scout units. Camp Horne is a 496-acre facility which include two lakes; a rifle, archery, and shotgun range; an Olympic-size swimming pool; dining hall; health lodge; large and small pavilion area; […]

 
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Camp O’Rear

Camp O’Rear is a 90-acre Scout camp located in Jasper. It is owned and operated by the Black Warrior Council as a primitive-style facility. Camp O’Rear does have an newly refurbished dining hall building (with one large room, one small room, kitchen, fireplace, and bathrooms); a large pavilion area that sits close to the Black […]

 
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Wind Creek State Park

This park spans 1,445 acres along the shores of scenic Lake Martin, which is a 41,000-acre clear-water reservoir perfect for fishing, swimming and boating. Park facilities include the largest state- operated campground in the United States with 636 sites, many of which are waterfront sites allowing campers to fish, swim and boat right out their […]

 
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Roland Cooper State Park

Rolling along the 22,000-acre Dannelly Reservoir, this 236-acre park features a nine-hole golf course with clubhouse, spacious vacation cottages, modern campground with bathhouse, laundry and campstore; and a scenic picnic area with tables, grills, pavilions and comfort station. With fishing so popular in the reservoir, the park also provides boat launching facilities and bait and […]

 
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Rickwood Caverns

Experience the thrill of Rickwood’s miracle mile of underground caverns! The 260 million-year-old limestone formations, blind cave fish and underground pool are just a few of the natural wonders exhibited in the colorful cavern. The park features an Olympic-sized swimming pool, picnic area, hiking trails, miniature-train ride, campground and souvenir store! Rickwood Cave reveals that […]

 
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Paul M. Grist State Park

Tranquility prevails in the beautiful 1,080-acre park as visitors enjoy the relaxing atmosphere around the park’s 100-acre lake. Recreational opportunities include swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking, hiking and camping. 1546 Grist Road Selma, AL 36701 Park Office and Fax: (334) 872-5846 pgriststpk@mindspring.com   Courtesy of the Coosa Lodge Where To Go Camping Guide. For more information on […]

 
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Oak Mountain State Park

As Alabama’s largest park, Oak Mountain provides 9,940 acres of pine-studded ridges and lush green hardwood bottoms. The park offers vacation cottages, golf, pro shop with snack bar, improved camping, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, mountain bike trails, backpacking, a demonstration farm and horseback riding facilities. With the largest area and variety of outdoor recreational […]

 
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Monte Sano State Park

Monte Sano’s 2,140-acre mountaintop retreat combines the history of the park’s 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps-era cottages with the technology of the Space & Rocket Center City below. In the midst of the city, one can still retreat to the park to enjoy scenic hiking trails, picnic areas, modern campsites and quaint, rustic cottages with an […]

 
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