Selma, Alabama


Welcome to My RV Park Selma! Nestled in the heart of central Alabama, this quiet park offers close proximity to some of Alabama's best sites. Set up a tour through us to see the ground floor of America's civil rights history at the Edmund Pettus Bridge and other iconic landmarks in Selma or drive to our state's capital of Montgomery for a full day of fun. With easy access off the highway, 

My RV Park is tucked away on a private pond perfect to wind down and enjoy the peace and quiet of the Alabama outdoors. With easy access to all of the state's largest colleges, don't forget to ask about our game day specials for those traveling to and from the games. If you get the opportunity to stay with us on Saturday's, you don't have to go far for a full day of fun. The property hosts the state's largest flea market every Saturday morning with numerous vendors along with food trucks and much more to keep you entertained through lunch. We look forward to seeing you at My RV Park Selma!



30 Amp & 50 Amp Hook-ups

Back-in RV Sites 

Big Rig Friendly 

Extended Stay 

Family Friendly 

Laundry Facilities 

Military Discount 

Pet Friendly

Pull-Thru RV Sites 

Sewer Hook-ups 

Water Hook-ups



While you're here, don't forget to ask about our on-site storage accommodations, perfect for guests planning a longer stay. Explore the area and check out Our Lady of the Angels Monastery or the Huntsville space center - great stops for all ages. Whether you're just visiting or staying for work, we can't wait to have you at My RV Park Hanceville. Book your stay today and experience the perfect Central Alabama destination for RV enthusiasts.


Selma's historic district

Selma's historic district is home to many beautiful and well-preserved examples of antebellum architecture, including the St. James Hotel, which was built in 1837 and is the oldest operating hotel in Alabama. Visitors can also take a walking tour of the district to learn more about the city's history and architecture.

Enjoy outdoor activities

Selma has several parks and recreational areas where visitors can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and fishing. The Paul M. Grist State Park and the Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge are popular destinations for nature lovers.

Try the local cuisine

Selma has a vibrant food scene that offers a variety of Southern and Creole dishes. Visitors can try local favorites such as fried catfish, gumbo, and sweet potato pie at restaurants like Lannie's Bar-B-Q Spot and Mama's Kitchen.