AL Wildwood RV Park and Campground

Long/Short Term - Next to Fort Novosel

AL Wildwood RV park and campground is conveniently situated just a couple miles from Fort Rucker, now known as Ft. Novosel, the US Army Aviation training post and museum in Daleville, Alabama. We offer affordable long-term living without having to move your spot like the other guys.

17 Acre Facility with 100 Spots

Daleville RV Park Features

Discover the perfect home base for service members stationed at Ft. Rucker who enjoy the RV lifestyle. At AL Wildwood RV Park, you'll experience spacious lots, a beautiful setting near the river, and nature walks. Plus, unlike other campgrounds, you won't have to move your RV rig every couple of weeks. Our park provides a comfortable, serene, and convenient environment for RV living.

Easy Online Reservations & On-Site Management

Clean and Friendly

You'll Love our Place!

AL Wildwood RV has easy, back-in, level, full-service hookups for all classes of RV goers. These sites offer shaded and partial shaded sites from the sun. Choose from 30- or 50-Amp service sites and easily connect to municipal water and sewer (No dump stations!).

Once settled into your RV site take a stroll down our walking path and enjoy river shore fishing on the big Choctawhatchee River bend.


Frequently Asked Questions

Our address is 1 2nd St, Daleville, AL 36322

We are in Daleville, AL which is located in southwestern Dale County. Alabama State Route 134 runs east from Daleville toward Newton; westbound 134 joins U.S. 84 to continue on to Enterprise.

We are also located right next to Fort Rucker which makes us a popular RV park for those training at the Fort.

  • 1 Month* – $475 includes water, sewer, private mailbox, and weekly trash. Electricity is charged per watt usage at approximately 12.6207 cents and billed monthly. (Lodging tax of 10% is charged for stays under 90 days.)
  • Nightly – $45.00 (Check-in at noon) plus electric and tax
  • Weekly – $265.00 plus electric and tax

Full details are on our RV Camping Rates Page

AL Wildwood RV provides each RV site with unlimited or unmetered municipal water and sewer. (Monthly users may select from 1 of 2 hard wired cable/internet providers if desired.) All sites, will incur a Electric usage of 12.6207 cents per wattage usage per day. All users also have a trashcan for weekly pickup (Tuesdays) and long-term users will have a mailbox at your site curb.

Nope. Not unless you want to change spots to another that is available. We don’t require that you move your rig like many other RV parks frequently do.

Our Management Office is located on 2nd St. across from the bathhouse and playground.  The office is the left French door entrance.  Office hours are posted weekly.

Get our RV Park map. 

Yes. Each site has a level spot for you to park your RV and all spots are back in making it easy to set up your rig. In addition, The roads between camp sites are now fully paved.  

The main gate is just 3.85 miles from our Campground. When exiting turn right on Old Newton Rd, then turn left on AL 134, make a right on AL 85 and head straight through town to the main gate.

The United States Army Aviation Museum is just a mile or so past the gate and is open Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The U.S. Army Aviation Museum and Gift Shop are closed on Sundays and most Federal Holidays.

Long Term Guest Review

I've been here for around 3 months now and have no complaints. The owner is more than accommodating, willing to take care of issues as soon as they arise. I'm active duty and prior to coming here I researched a couple other campgrounds, but neither one had the elbow room I was looking for. The other campgrounds I looked at barely had enough room for my slide out. They have crystal clear cable, good water pressure, stable electric (up to 50 amp), a nice pond, and a trail that goes to the river. If you're looking for a quiet campground with plenty of room, this place might be for you.‍

I forgot to mention, they do have full hook ups and the lots are pretty level.

Roy Johnson