Camping is first come first serve, Reservations are not accepted.
Power and Water Sites
$22.00 per night per family of 4
Full Hook-up Sites
(Power, Water & Sewer)
$26.00 per night per family of 4
(Limited number of sites available)
$3.00 for each additional person
We appreciate your continued support of our park and hope you will enjoy our facilities for years to come.
—Thank you, Park Administration
$16.00 per night per family of four
$4.00 for each additional person
Senior citizens 15% discount (Age 62 and over). Holiday weekends (NO DISCOUNT)
Please Read the Tannehill Historical State Park Camping Rules
Monthly Campers’ Supper held the Thursday before Trade Days (March – November) rain or shine. Each month features a speaker and everyone is welcomed. No charge, no reservations needed, bring a “covered dish” to share. You do not have to be a registered camper or Trade Days vendor to attend. Simple fun for all ages.
Tannehill State Park offers 195 improved campsites divided into three areas with water and electricity supported by two bathhouses and several dump stations. The campground can handle trailers both large and small. There is also a separate area for 100 primitive tent camping sites. Camp sites during special events such as Trade Days and the Halloween Festival are popular and sometimes sell out on a first come basis.
Campers at Tannehill gather to enjoy many family friendly activities such as biking, cook-outs, fishing or just relaxing and making new friends. With nearby fishing, train rides and playground, the kids always have a great time at Tannehill as well. Tannehill campgrounds have been a long-time favorite among both RV adventurers and locals alike.
The three campgrounds are served by the country store which stocks firewood and grocery items. The old limestone spring is located nearby and is a favorite for campground visitors. Campfires may be built in designated areas. Picnic tables are plentiful in the campground area and throughout the park.
Halloween is a special time at Tannehill, with campers decorating camp sites with frightfully fun decorations that stretch the imagination. Trick-or-Treating at the campgrounds has become a much loved and well-attended tradition.
Some come to Tannehill just to spend a weekend, but still others stay longer making Tannehill the perfect place for a relaxing get-away. The temperate climate of Central Alabama makes any time of year an enjoyable stay.
Camp fees, which are subject to change, include $22 per night per family of four and $3 for each additional person and $4 for sewer hook-up. Primitive camping is $16 per might for a family of four and $4 for each additional person. There is a senior citizen discount but it is not applicable on holiday weekends.