Have you ever dreamed of seeing the country via RV? Make sure Redstone Arsenal is one of your stops.

Redstone offers a recreational vehicles park with two bathhouses, a laundry facility, dog park and large pavilion. It even has limited Wi-Fi for those who aren’t ready to completely unplug. The RV park located off Vincent Drive is open to active duty military, Department of Defense civilians, retired military and DOD civilians, and contractors.

“Redstone is proud to have a beautiful RV park with 70 full service slots,” Outdoor Recreation’s Tom Pyburn said.

Slots can be booked for up to eight weeks but don’t dawdle. Outdoor Rec’s Ken Pitcher said a reservation can be made up to 90 days in advance.

“We book up very quickly – we are a very popular destination for our customers,” Pyburn said.

Not just a place to set up camp, the RV park is a friendly spot with welcoming residents, including four-legged family members. Pyburn said many bring their animals with them and pets are allowed, as long as they are secured.

“We’ve noticed that people are going from military post to military post seeing the country,” Pyburn said. “It is a nice community of folks.”

In addition, Outdoor Rec offers a storage for travel trailers, campers, boats and utility trailers. The response has been so positive that they are adding to the storage with a new facility which will be available in December.

“We are very excited to have that, there has been a huge demand,” Pyburn said. “We offer 24-hour access in one of the safest places in North Alabama.”

To rent a storage bay, visit Outdoor Recreation at building 5139 on Sportsman Drive. Storage can be rented by the month or by the year. To reserve an RV slot, call the office at 876-4868 or 876-6854.

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