ALABAMA

Free Camping on the Natchez Trace

The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444 mile long recreational road and scenic drive through the states of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.  It closely follows a historic forest trail that was used by Native Americans for centuries and later used by early European and American explorers, traders, and emigrants in the late 18th and early …

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Skyreaching Boulders and Thundering Waterfalls

Dismals Canyon in Northwest Alabama is a secluded wilderness filled with skyreaching boulders and thundering waterfalls. It is designated as a “National Natural Landmark”  by the National Park Service but remains privately owned and operated. It’s 85 acres offers a quiet and unspoiled oasis within the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.  Dismals canyon is a …

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Building Cars and RVs While Dodging Tornadoes

April 1-7, 2018 — This week we continued our journey northbound on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Three days were spent boondocking at the Jeff Busby campground then we headed north to Piney Grove Army Corps of Engineers campground near Tishomingo, Mississippi. Piney Grove is slightly off the Natchez Trace but centrally located for a few points …

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Tiffin Motorhomes Factory Tour

Tiffin Motorhomes is headquartered in Red Bay, Alabama, hometown of founder Bob Tiffin. Tiffin began production in 1972 and has produced over 65,000 motorhomes to date. The company is still run by Bob Tiffin along with his three sons Tim, Van and Lex.  Tiffin offers tours of both the manufacturing facility in Red Bay, Alabama …

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