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Sleepy Holler Campground
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What we have at Sleepy Holler...

We have 130 sites with full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amps, and telephone service. We rent cabins, apartments, and campers, which are all fully furnished, with the exception of bath towels and wash cloths. We also have the beautiful Sleepy Hollow Independent Church on the premises, where everyone is welcome. At the church, we have a life size carving of Jesus Christ.

We have 2 fishing lakes with large mouth bass, catfish, and blue gills. There is no charge for our guests to fish and we do not require an Alabama fishing license. Along the hiking trails you will find an abundance of wild life such as deer, turkeys, squirrels, and many various species of birds that are great for bird watchers. We do not allow hunting of any kind.

Enjoy the peaceful scenery of Alabama while being only minutes from Wal-Mart Supercenter, Home Depot, numerous auto parts stores, supermarkets, doctors, clinics, a hospital, pharmacies, numerous restaurants, golf courses, service stations, beautiful Smith Lake, and several rivers.

Construction workers for Alabama Power Plants at Miller Steam Plant and Gorgas Steam Plant can also appreciate the fact that we are approximately 17 from each plant. We can provide maps for the shortest route from the campground to each plant for your convenience.

Park Features

  • Campers, Cabins & Apartments
  • Sleepy Hollow Independent Church
  • Open Year 'Round
  • Pets Welcome
  • Clubs Welcome
  • Big Rigs Welcome
  • Hiking/Walking Trails
  • Wildlife & Bird watching
  • Fishing in Stocked Fishing Ponds
  • Pavilions at no charge
  • Fossil Hunting


  • Water Hookup
  • Sewer Hookup
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • LP Gas
  • Rental Cabins
  • Pull Thru
  • Over 35 Ft.
  • Phone Hookup
  • Electric Hookup
  • 20 Amp
    30 Amp
    50 Amp

Area Attractions & Stores:
(all within minutes of the campground)

Park Map (below)
Park Map

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Annual Events

  1. Jasper Heritage Festival
  2. 4th of July Fireworks Display in Jasper
  3. Carbon Hill's National Fish Hatchery
  4. Easter Sunrise Service at Sleepy Hollow Independent Church
  5. Bevil State Classic Golf Scramble
  6. Crawfish Crazy
  7. Jasper Highland Games & Irish Festival
  8. Concert Series
  9. Antique Car shows
  10. Triple E Rodeo
  11. North Alabama Barrel Racing Futurity

(Pick up a copy of locations and dates at Campground office)

UCM Paleozoic Footprint & Fossil Site

Sleepy Holler also borders the Union Chapel Mine Paleozoic Footprint & Fossil Site, which is the most significant of it's kind in the world. The campground rests on part of the old mine, which makes it perfect for those with an interest in paleontology. And for those who enjoy fossil hunting, the State's Official site is not currently open to the public. However, you can occasionally find fossils on our property. If there is enough interest in the future, we will open a fossil dig site on the property.

For more information on the site, see the

Old York Square Oakman, Northwest of Jasper, 205-680-1001 or 205-664-8866, Cowboy Action Shooting featured on the 4th. Sunday of every month, beginning at approximately 9 AM. Competition Shooting event in the hills, a Cowboy shoot-out in the town square, and music provided by local musicians. Visit the farm-style buildings and shops. Also visit The Bull Pin Restaurant—a ranch-style restaurant offering country breakfast, steaks, pork-chops, Southern-fried chicken and a variety of Southern cooked veggies. Cabins, Camping and RV Hookups available. A "funtastic" event for the entire family. Go back to Park Features...


Historic Homes & Buildings
William Cook Home Downtown, 205-697-5792 or 334-272-1972, William and Jeanie Cook were pioneers in developing the coal mining industry in Walker County and the United States. William planned and managed the construction of this home around 1900. Cook personally selected each tree to be used in construction of the home site. This home is listed on the landmarks register and honors the heritage these Scottish immigrants have passed on to their descendants. Go back to Park Features...


Parks, Gardens & Zoos
Llamas, Camps and Friends 588 Llama Lane, Jasper, AL 35130, Quinton, 205-221-3846, Llamas, Camps and Friends invite you to visit a working llama ranch. You can experience first hand the calm and magic of the almost mythical llama. Located in rural Walker County, Alabama nestled against the picturesque Warrior River. View my Guestbook | Sign my Guestbook Go back to Park Features...

Sporting Events
Triple E Rodeo 204 19th Street East, Jasper, AL 35501, Jaycee Fairground/Airport Road, Enjoy an exciting display of calf roping, barrel racing, bull riding and "kids calf scramble." Additional entertainment, activities, and plenty of food will be available during this one day July event., 205-387-0608Go back to Park Features...


Special Events
Kiwanis Classic Car Show Downtown Carbon Hill, Juried show for classic & antique cars of all types. Over 100 entries. Live entertainment & food provided. Third Saturday in September. Free to the public. , 205-924-4431Go back to Park Features...

Walker County Lake 4227 Walker County Lake Road, Jasper, AL, 205-221-1801, Beautiful 160-acre lake. Offering fishing, water sports and recreation.Go back to Park Features...

Recreation Areas
Jasper Park and Recreational Area 400 West 19th Street, P.O. Box 1589, Jasper, AL 35502-1589, The City of Jasper has an extensive parks system that continues to grow and improve every day. This section of the Jasper Web Site has been under construction for some time, and is growing. Recreational area offering public swimming, hiking, all sports facilities including: tennis, volleyball, baseball, softball, and basketball. Picnic area with shelters also available. Go back to Park Features...


Arrowhead Golf Course 3947 Holly Grove Road, Jasper, AL 35501, 205-384-3065, A 18 hole professional course built entirely by hand for detail and beauty.

Bevill State Classic Golf Scramble Musgrove Country Club, 205-648-3271 ext. 5225., This golf event is open to public. Sponsored by Bevill State Community College - Walker Campus. Benefits Scholarship Fund and is held at the Musgrove Country Club in Jasper.

Union Chapel Golf Course

Twin Pines Golf Course
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