If you’re looking for campgrounds in the Bay Minette, Alabama, area that are secluded and full of natural beauty, then you’ll be delighted to discover the Apalachee Campground within Blakeley State Park. The overnight fee includes park admission with the convenience of underground utilities such as water, power, and sewer. Even the biggest rigs are accommodated with pull-through access surrounded by wilderness.
This park features more than 20 miles of trails designed for walking, riding horses, or biking. Visit the ecologically diverse wildlife preserve and see if you can catch a glimpse of a bobcat, heron, or bear. The park itself is set on the grounds of the last major battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Fort Blakeley on April 9, 1865.
“Really nice historical state park. Friendly staff. It has some of the best-preserved Confederate breastworks. It’s home to the largest Civil War battle in Alabama. Worth visiting.” – Will2006, Google Review