Enjoy a front-row view of the Alabama landscape in these cabins

Fans of the 1992 comedy My cousin Vinny can usually cite a particular line about Alabama that helped make the film a classic. The series caused a lot of laughs, but it’s important to remember that Bill and Stan, the two college-age protagonists, actually drove across the state on their way to California to enjoy the Alabama countryside. If only they didn’t stop at Sack O’ Suds! Bill and Stan could have spent a night or two experiencing more of Sweet Home Alabama’s lush green mountains and valleys. From the porch of a cozy cabin on one of the state’s many rivers and lakes, you can still get a front-row view of Alabama’s beautiful scenery and natural appeal. particularly along the Gulf of Mexico and the Appalachian Mountains (known locally as cosa) Canyon.

Many of Alabama’s 22 state parks rent cabins at very reasonable rates, and there are also plenty of AirBNBs offering unique places to stay! With much of the state being rural and the cities more like small towns, there is an abundance of natural beauty to appreciate in Alabama. The real question is: where do you start?

Address: 64 N Union Street, Montgomery, AL 36130, USA

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