De Soto State Park is known for continuing their rustic tradition of the civilian conservation corps. It was developed in the late 1930s and has natural enhancements that make this one of the most popular parks in the Fort Payne, Alabama, area. It is nestled above Lookout Mountain, which is a beautiful scenic area in northeastern Alabama that is highlighted by many of its forceful waterfalls and wonderful-smelling wildflowers. It’s a great campsite and definitely an oasis for campers and RV lovers.
You’ll love De Soto State Park for its many breathtaking and scenic views along with its scenic walking trails and family-friendly atmospheres. You’re also sure to enjoy its amenities, attractions, breathtaking waterfalls, and lodging facilities that include log and rustic cabins, mountain chalets, and primitive camping sites for tents.
“There is so much to do and see. It is a full hook-up RV site with easy access to the campgrounds. Several different places to hike and site see and explore. Friendly park staff and the campers are good folk as well.” – Marshal W., Google reviews