The Rosie Steele Farm Campsite is located on the Selma to Montgomery Trail in Lowndes County, Alabama. The campsite is named after the late civil rights activist Rosie Steele, who worked alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the historic Selma to Montgomery march.
The campsite offers a rustic camping experience, with eight primitive campsites available for tents or RVs. Each site includes a picnic table, fire ring, and access to shared portable toilets. The campsites are situated in a peaceful and secluded area surrounded by woods and a creek.
The campsite also features a community pavilion for group gatherings and events. There are hiking trails nearby for outdoor enthusiasts, and the trailhead for the Selma to Montgomery Trail is only a short distance away. The trail is a historic route that follows the path of the 1965 voting rights march led by Dr. King and other civil rights leaders.
The Rosie Steele Farm Campsite is a unique destination for those interested in history, nature, and outdoor recreation. It provides a chance to connect with the past and experience the beauty of rural Alabama.