Located near central Alabama, Montgomery serves as the state's capital. It is home to several cultural festivals and attractions that include the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. With an RV rental in Montgomery, travelers can hit all of these festivals and travel across the state to see some of the South's top attractions.
You can choose from a range of RV types to suit your travel style. RVshare offers rental RVs in Montgomery, including Class A, B, and C motorhomes and towable RV campers. You can find out all you need to know about the at the RVshare website.
The top include places to stay like The Woods RV Park and Campground and Capital City RV Park. More than 100 sites are available at The Woods, which offers amenities that include showers and Wi-Fi. At Capital City RV Park, you'll have a patio for your RV and plenty of peace and quiet.
You might prefer Leisure Isle RV Campground, which has a boat dock that lets you launch your boat into the water. If you don't have a boat, you can rent one from a nearby shop. Gunter Hill Campground helps you get away from it all too. This pet-friendly campground allows guests to stay for up to 14 days.
One of the top is Horseshoe Bend National Military Park. More than 3,000 soldiers, serving under General Andrew Jackson, fought a battle in this area to secure land for the United States. You will also find both national preserves and heritage areas close to Montgomery, including Muscle Shoals and Little River Canyon.
Gulf State Park is also worth a trip if you don't mind heading south in your RV. Many travelers like the natural caverns that they can explore in the Rickwood Caverns State Park too. Other state parks that you can hit while traveling through Montgomery include Lakepoint State Park and Blue Springs State Park.
RV storage facilities let you store your RV between your trips to Montgomery. Some of the top include Metro Self Storage and Maxwell Mini Storage. These facilities offer indoor and outdoor storage options. You can choose between those that are open 24/7 and those that have standard operating hours.
Whether you need to empty your tank while on the road or at the end of your trip, there are several stations you can use in and around Montgomery. Fort Toulouse at Fort Jackson State Park has a free dumpstation that anyone can use while the one at Capital City RV Park is open to guests of the campground. You can also use the dumpstation operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers at Gunter Hill Campground.
You can take your pop-up camper rental in Montgomery to top attractions like the Alabama Capitol Building and the Civil Rights Memorial Center. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a historic monument that will make you think about what people went through during the Civil Rights Movement.
The Montgomery Zoo is home to more animals than any other zoo in the state and houses the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum on-site. This museum lets you learn more about the animals and the conservation efforts that the zoo uses. Other attractions to check out include the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Alabama.
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival is one of the top entertainment events to bring visitors to the city. It takes place every year in Blount Park at the Carolyn Blount Theatre. Performers stage up to eight shows each year. The Alabama National Fair, which takes place during the first week in October, is also fun because of the rides and live shows that it offers.
Sports fans can have a great time watching the Montgomery Biscuits play. This minor league baseball team competes in the Class AA Southern League. It's easy to get tickets to games at Alabama State University too.
With two interstate highways moving through the city, it's easy to get to any Alabama city that you want to visit with camper rentals in Montgomery. Interstate 65 lets you head north to Hunstville or Birmingham or south to Mobile. This highway gets pretty busy early in the morning and then in the late evening because so many locals use it to get to and from work. Travelers can also use Interstate 85, which connects the city to Atlanta, Georgia. You might also use some of the state highways to avoid traffic including State Route 152.