Discovering the Red Bay Acres RV Resort

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On your next trip to Red Bay, Alabama, to get your Tiffin motorhome serviced, check out the area’s newest campsite, Red Bay Acres RV Resort.

Ever wonder why Tiffin Motorhomes chose Red Bay, Alabama, as the location for our business? Well, it was an easy decision – that’s where our family is from. The Tiffin family grew up in Red Bay. The town itself was established in 1907 and got its name from the notorious red clay beneath the ground’s surface and its many charming Southern bay trees.

Because Red Bay is where all our Class A motorhomes are built and where we provide best-in-class service, owners from all over the country travel down to visit and get their coaches serviced all year-round. Red Bay visitors are always looking for a new destination where they can stay, and Red Bay Acres RV Resort is a great new option.

Everything you need on-site

The resort has a general store on-site where you can pick up any of the supplies you need or even a few souvenirs for friends and family back home that didn’t get to come along. Each site offers full hookups including water, sewer, and wifi, however, there is no dumping station.

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Eat and enjoy some recreation

During your stay, learn to play Pickle Ball or cast a line into the picture-perfect fishing lake. And if you get hungry, grab a seat on the deck of the Red Bay Yacht Club lakeside restaurant where locals and visitors alike gather to enjoy the view of the water and have a casual bite to eat. Check their Facebook page for current hours of operation! You can also request a lake-front RV site if they’re available.

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Bring along your pups (limit of 2) and take them for a stroll through the fenced-in dog area. And at night, gather around the fire pit, roast some s’mores, and enjoy the chirping frogs, crickets, and cicadas that serve as a peaceful soundtrack to any quiet Alabama evening.

The resort is conveniently located just over two miles from the Tiffin service center, so if you’re in town waiting to get your RV serviced, you’ll be close by when they’re ready for you.

Rates range from between $45 to $65 per night, depending on the site. Luxury sites offer a private fire pit and a larger patio space.

On your next trip down south to Alabama, check out Red Bay’s newest motorhome destination, the Red Bay Acres RV Resort.