Oak Mountain State Park

State: Alabama

Address 1: 200 Terrace Dr.


Zip: 35124

Phone: 205-620-2520

Open: Open all year

Number of Sites: 145

Electric: 85

Full Hook: 85

Camp URL: http://www.alapark.com/parks/park.cfm?parkid=9

Full Hook: Yes

Featured: Yes

Dogs Allowed: Yes

Tents Allowed: Yes

As Alabama’s largest park, Oak Mountain provides 9,940 acres of pine-studded ridges and lush green hardwood bottoms. The park offers vacation cottages, golf, pro shop with snack bar, improved camping, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, mountain bike trails, backpacking, a demonstration farm and horseback riding facilities. With the largest area and variety of outdoor recreational pursuits, Oak Mountain is sure to provide excitement for every member of the family!

Oak Mountain State Park offers two forms of primitive camping. There are several designated backcountry sites for backpacking that are conspicuously located throughout the park, which offer a view of the varying topography and habitats that are found in the region. These sites with our 50 plus miles of trails offer an assortment of loops that novice and experienced backcountry campers utilize for a quick get-a-away or preparing for a future hike. Leave-No-Trace ethics is expected of our campers and the usage of open fires is not permitted….camp stoves for cooking purposes are allowed. Additionally, we offer a group camp facility for Girl Scout, Boy Scout, and Church Groups activities only.

Nestled in a large cul-de-sac which borders Beaver Lake and surrounded by rolling hills topped with the long lived and majestic Longleaf Pines, our campground is a favorite spot for families to get away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world. The campground is open for camping year-round.

Primitive Site


Water/Electric (Walk-in Site)


Water/Electric (Parking Pad)


Water/Electric/Sewer (Parking Pad)


Monthly – Offseason “Winter” Rates:
November 1 – February 28

$450 (RV site)

Seniors (62 and over)

15% Discounts
Holidays/Weekends Excluded