Dispersed
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Sipsey Wilderness Backcountry Site (Trail 200 Site K)

Dispersed back country sites

Operator
National Forest
Access
Walk In
Hike In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
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Location
Sipsey Wilderness Backcountry Site (Trail 200 Site K) is located in Alabama
Latitude
34.2877 N
Longitude
-87.399 W
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1 Review of Sipsey Wilderness Backcountry Site (Trail 200 Site K)
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Beautiful but potential to get wet

Sipsey wilderness is one of my favorite places in Alabama to go backpacking, especially in the spring in fall when the weather is not absurdly hot and the mosquitos are not out to kill. There are many small backcountry campsites all along the trails and I have tried to catalog and review as many of them as I can to help people plan their trips to the area. Make sure to take a look at my other reviews to get a more comprehensive view of my favorite trails and places to stay. This site is located right next to a small waterfall in a little alcove off of the main trail. It is really an incredibly beautiful space and I suggest visiting even if you don't end up setting camp here. The ground is relatively level and sandy which makes for a comfortable tent setup. However, the water levels in Sipsey are highly variable since we get a lot of rain in Alabama and most of the levels are dependent on runoff. Overall, it may not be the best option depending on the time of year but if you gauge it right the space is peaceful and the sound of the water can help lull you to sleep.