Chinnabee at the Cedars
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Munford, AL
Max Rig Size
< 45 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Country Estate property at the entrance to Talladega National Forest. Close to hiking, waterfalls, Cheaha State Park, Talladega Speedway and CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park. This beautiful private, peaceful property is located on land with a rich Indian history. Easy access to a 27-acre property with 10 acres of flat open grass fields and 17 acres of wooded hiking area. Peaceful Tater Creek runs through the property. Property has a fire pit with a charcoal grill (you will need your own firewood). There are no hookups or other amenities, just a quiet, private place to park your rig. Note: Owner has 3 dogs so any pets would need to be carefully monitored if we are on the property. Please, no children that cannot swim as there is a pool and a stream on the property.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
Access to private pool is not included unless specfically reserved for an additional charge. No glass in pool area.
RV can be parked on any grass area on the east side of property, close to the fire pit. Tow/other vehicles can be parked on the grass areas next to the RV. Max of 3 other vehicles. RV could be parked on asphalt drive if there is a concern with weight, rainy conditions. No backing necessary, plenty of room to maneuver.
Hosted By tsclarke33
We live in Georgia and own property in Alabama which we have listed on Boondockers as a destination. We do not currently own an RV but it is a goal to when our last child leaves for college. We are excited to share our family property with the RV community. Roll Tide and Go Noles!
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
As you see in the photos, this is a gorgeous location. While we never were able to personally meet our hosts (they were away on their own trip) we did have good, clear communication with them. The entrance has brick columns on either side of the drive so keep your eyes open--we had no problem with our 37' fifth wheel. We parked right on the driveway and didn't have to level. Would love to see the place in its full glory with the gardens in bloom but even in winter it was a beautiful place.