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Outdoor vacations in Alabama & glamping

Roll Tide! The University of Alabama rally cry is emblematic of much more than a winning football team. While the cheer is meant to rouse the team and bring home a win, one could argue it’s much more representative of Alabama as a whole. Alabama’s tide will carry you away; with natural wonders ranging from forests and waterfalls to the Gulf Shore and white sand beaches, Alabama never stops dazzling and delighting. Natural wonders are plentiful in Alabama, from the foothills of the Appalachians to winding rivers, pristine beaches, and national forests, Alabama’s great outdoors is worth exploring. And while cities like Birmingham, Montgomery, or Mobile have so much to offer, it’s Alabama’s great outdoors that has us falling in love. Alabama glamping getaways offer the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation, outdoor access and home comforts. Just because you’re not staying in a hotel, doesn’t mean you won’t have a relaxing space. Pick from Gulf Shores vacation rentals and beach houses, ranging from Dauphin Island rentals to Orange Beach vacation rentals, and more on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Move north through the state, and you’ll find a range of Alabama state parks with cabins, safari tents, bed and breakfasts...really almost any accommodation, but all with one thing in common—comfort and outdoor access. So whether you’re hoping to head to the Alabama coast and enjoy the Gulf Shore attractions or book one of our Mentone cabins and go hiking in Alabama, you can’t go wrong when you go glamping. Alabama getaways will never be the same! Go glamping in Alabama and discover how Sweet Home Alabama got its name.

Alabama beach vacations & Gulf Shores rentals

The beaches of Alabama may just be one of the best-kept secrets. The crowds have yet to discover the soft, white sand beaches and warm gulf waters that make Alabama beach vacations so great. If you’re searching for family vacations with beaches and shores for kids, head to the Alabama Gulf Shore beaches. From Dauphin Island beach rentals east to Orange Beach in Alabama, these beaches for family vacations are some of the best places to visit in Alabama with kids. Calm waters and soft sand, these destination beaches are definitely at the top of our list for family summer vacation ideas. Don’t book a say in the Alabama beach resorts, visit the best beaches in Alabama with Glamping Hub and be able to customize your trip however you please! Browse Gulf Shores beach rentals with private beach access, check out our Orange Beach rentals with a game room for the kids, or other Gulf Shores rentals with hot tubs and views of the ocean; all along Alabama’s coast, you’ll find beach houses in Gulf Shores and more vacation ideas for families, perfect for your next summer vacations.

Glamping: Alabama cabins & state park camping

Are you more of a lake person than the beach? Or maybe you prefer the mountains to the coast? Well, if the vacation rentals in Gulf Shores aren’t catching your eye, Alabama still has much more to offer. While some of the best beach vacations on the Gulf are in Alabama, that doesn’t take away from the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains and lakes, inland. You can plan your Alabama getaways in places like Guntersville, Clanton, Jasper, and many more destinations. Alabama’s hills are the perfect destination for any kind of trip, romantic getaways to family vacations or trips with friends. Stay in one of our Alabama cabins and discover places like Talladega National Forest. The national forest is home to Mt. Cheaha, one of the top natural attractions of Alabama and the highest point in the state. On almost any list of things to do in Alabama outdoors, you’ll find the Mt. Cheaha hike. There are also numerous state parks and canyons to explore, like DeSoto State Park and Little River Canyon. Consider a weekend getaway to places like Noccalula Falls or Monte Sano State Park, no matter the season these are amazing outdoor destinations you won’t want to miss out on. Alabama state park camping, lake vacations, and more are ready to book on Glamping Hub. So find some free dates and reserve one of our cabin rentals in Alabama; cabins, safari tents, even tree houses—luxury camping in Alabama will take you places you never thought you would be.

Best time to visit Alabama: weather and seasons

While a stay in one of our Alabama cabins is guaranteed to be a great time, no matter the season, you might be wondering what Alabama weather is like. Alabama is classified as a humid, subtropical climate; with generally hot summers and mild winters, the best time to visit Alabama is probably in the spring or the fall. Alabama’s average annual temperature is 64 °F (18 °C), with summer highs averaging 90 °F (32 °C) and winter lows around 40 °F (4 °C).