Roland Cooper State Park is a dog-friendly place to have
some overnight camping fun! Pack up your friends and family members, especially
the one with four legs, and visit this park for some good old fashioned fun in
The park's pawsome campground has plenty of sites to go
around. If you’re traveling in an RV you’ll have 47 campsites, all with electric and
sewer hookups, to choose from. There are also 14 tent sites for those who want
to truly ruff it. Each spot has water, a picnic table, and a fire ring with a
grill top. Everything you need for a puptastic stay! If your doggo is a
creature of comfort, reserve the pet friendly cabin. It’s fully furnished and
has two bedrooms. They’ll love cozying up by your feet at the end of the day.
Besides camping, fishing is the other main draw to this park. Since the park is located right on the banks of the Alabama River, you’re just a bone’s throw away from some excellent fishing. Bring your rod and reel and try to snag a whopper.
When it comes to hiking, the park doesn’t have many
options. Since your pup won’t want to sit around all day, make sure you take
them for a stroll around the campground or in the nearby woods. Plus, while you
are out wandering, you can watch for the bald eagles and osprey that call this
place home. Just don’t forget to carry some water and clean-up bags and pick up after
If you and you furry friend are just visiting for the day, pack some lunch and make use of the picnic area. Enjoy an outdoor meal with your pup by your side. A large pavilion is available to rent, so go ahead and bring the whole pack along! Your furry friend will pawsitively love this park!