Backroads Across America: Alabama Paradise for $11

 

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Perfect spring conditions framed our drive today, which began with the first 100 miles of the Natchez Trace Parkway, a beautiful 444-mile two-lane path from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. We left the National Park Service-maintained trail at Jackson and caught Highway 80 east across Mississippi.

A fellow camper (traveling from Santa Barbara, California) in Louisiana had advised us to watch for the Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds. So, here we are at one, Prairie Creek, just past Selma, Alabama. What’s not to like! Quiet, lush, spacious sites. Lakeside vistas. Electricity and water hookups. Just $11 with a National Parks senior pass. If we were cats, it would be time to curl up and purr.

 

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8 thoughts on “Backroads Across America: Alabama Paradise for $11

  1. Kathy Chappell

    Wow! That is a perfect campsite! We certainly hope to see the Parkway some day-looks beautiful.

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  2. ken gudger

    We’re enjoying your daily updates. What a great trip. We remember the road from Memphis to Nashville (Soul Music to Country Music) is America’s Music Highway. Hope you have time to take in some of it. Stay safe….

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  3. Pam Thomas

    What a lovely spot.

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  4. Hope your trip has gone well.

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  5. Jackie Bachman

    Awwwww….the perfect camping spot!

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  6. Jamey

    Sounds ideal! And what a deal!

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