Joe Wheeler State Park, Rogersville, Alabama
Joe Wheeler State Park's campground features 116 campsites, with three bathhouses located in each section. Picnic tables and grills are also located at each campsite. The campsites are located within a wooded area, and most of them can accommodate any size camping unit. Tents are always welcome. Joe Wheeler State Park is the perfect place for camping in the great outdoors. The park is divided by the Tennessee River, which forms the 69,700-acre Wheeler Lake. Bass, bream and catfish are plentiful in the sparkling waters where sailboats and yachts cruise side by side. Each fall, Joe Wheeler Resort State Park hosts the Fall Rendezvous of boaters traveling the Great Loop--the continuous waterway that circumnavigates the eastern portion of North America, along the Atlantic Seaboard, across the Great Lakes, through inland rivers and around the Gulf of Mexico. As many as 250 vessels dock at Joe Wheeler’s marina and attend the conference in the resort lodge, coordinated by the park’s professional meeting planners.
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