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12 RV Parks near Fayetteville, Alabama
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fayetteville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fayetteville in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $18.00
A whole lot to do for kids. We were just doing an overnite, but will be back to see the caverns. Really nice park. Sites were well-gravelled. However, we were at limits on levelling jacks and had a rear wheel off the ground. A bit of jockying around got us to the point of all wheels grounded. Probably need a couple 20-ton loads of gravel on the pull-thru's and an old-hand on the front-loader. Maybe we should trade down for a non-slide (preferred) Class-C/A - no worries then. :-) - jtids
May 2017 - $15.00
If you have children, this place is perfect. If you want a nice quiet time, it isnt for you. By 9:30 am, 5 school buses were here for a field trip. Small clean campground. Showed up at 5:20pm, the open sign was on, but no one was there. Our site, #15, had only 20amp service, which meant we could not run the air conditioning in the Alabama heat. No other site could accommodate the length of our motorhome. If you have laundry to do, there is only one washer and one dryer. Make sure you have change. The change machine does not work. Bring earplugs and have a fan if you sleep past 8am, because 150 kids is loud. - StephanieBekker
Oct 2016 - $12.00
This is a small campground, but very nice. A little old. There are things for kids to do. There is a very nice pavilion for your use and a little stream where the kids love to play in the water. They also have a cave and splash park. Games and rides a little gift shop and snack shop. - Goodlooking70
May 2019 - $46.00
We stayed at this park because the park we had reservations with lost our reservation, and referred us to this park. First, the signage wasn't good. We found ourselves at a fork in a small road, and no idea which way to proceed. We called the campground for directions. The roads are unpaved, potholed, and dusty. A number of the sites had machinery, ie sissor lifts, junk, and and just didn't look good. Our site did have stable power. The water connection had a 6" piece of capped sewer pipe over it, and that was because the spigot was leaking very badly and spraying water. The sewer pipe turned me off, so we just used the water in our tank. I likewise didn't use the sewer. there was a concrete patio on our site with one half cracked and broken. One side of the site had a palisade that appeared to be crumbling. I didn't want to park my rig too close. The staff was polite and friendly. We didn't make use of the bathrooms or showers. There is a lovely pond next to this campground, if some cleanup and investment in infrastructure were done, this could be a nice little park. - JohnCof266
May 2019 - $41.00
First, be aware when making reservations on line that there is no information on the sites dimensions. Your unit may not fit. Our MH would not fit site C-10 that we reserved. No one was working the day we showed up. The maintenance staffer responded to the emergency # posted. He got us into site A-8. The length was acceptable, however, the site was unlevel side to side with the driver's side wheel much lower. We had thick blocks to raise that wheel. When level, the back driver's side wheels were off the ground. I put boards under them as well. The site was trashy, the adjacent sites were cluttered with owners stuff, as it appeared most users were long term. There appeared to be no cleanliness standards. Many of the sewer inlets were open. The site was dirt and crushed rock. The roads were washed dirt/crushed rock as well. We had reservations for three days. We left after one night. We will use a different facility when in the area again - jwindham
Mar 2019 - $40.00
We stayed overnight. Called ahead. Lady was very helpful. Since we arrived after 5, she emailed receipt and copy of map. Also gave very good directions from interstate. Park is close to interstate but no noise. Our space was pull thru. Nice amount of space between campers. Our space, B4, was level. Some were not. We had gravel with concrete pad. Rrestaurants close. They do not give discounts. - National Parks Traveler
Jul 2019 - $35.00
This was a great overnight stop. The excellent rating is for the outstanding dog area they have. Our dogs were so happy to have such a large area to run in (something we haven't seen in quite some time). It was clean, spacious and fenced. Check-in was easy and efficient. Site was level and everything worked. Did not notice any road noise despite the proximity to the highway. There is a lovely pond and plenty of area to walk dogs. Although we didn't use it, the pool area looked good and well maintained. Only minor complaint is that the grass was a bit high at our site. Overall this was an excellent value for a good night's stay. - The Hughes
May 2019 - $35.00
This is a nice campground for an overnight stop. It has very easy access to I-65, but we were not bothered by interstate noise. It has gravel roads and pads with some grass between sites. There are a few trees but we had no satellite issues. It appears the first 2-3 rows are for short-term stays while the other sites are long-term tenants. Due to its convenience, we will likely stay here again as we travel on I-65. - SMorin
May 2019 - $35.00
We camped here last year and it appears they are trying to improve amenities for campers. Office area appears used for storage and such, however I would say we were welcomed warmly when we arrived. There appear to be two rows for overnight folks, like ourselves, and most of the units are long term people. I rate this place a bit higher because of its dog park. It is a large fenced in area with a nice open to field to cross to get to. The dog park is kept neat and ants appear minimally. Decent overnight spot..easy on/off I-65. This has been a park we use for overnight stays and are very comfortable knowing we will be safe and secure. There also appears to be a new jack eatery close by as well as a newer service station we don't remember from last year. We camped at Peach Queen Campground in a Motorhome. - ownedafew
May 2006 - $17.00
This park is located on Mitchell Lake. We camped here hoping to catch fish. The campground was very noisy. We heard boat traffic all night long both nights we were there. The ranger was very nice and friendly. There were no fire rings, grills or tables at the sites. - A White
Sep 2019 - $60.00
Sites are occupied mostly by permanent campers. Nice location near lake, but that is about it. Our site was level, but we noticed there were a lot of sites that were not. Office staff was pleasant and helpful. Only Verizon works in this remote location, and very slow. Had to pay for campground WiFi, and it was slow as well. Could not get Satellite (DISH) to work either, so had to settle for 14 antenna channels. - Sherrie Hutchinson
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Small dirt sites. Not anything close to level. Both 30 and 50 amp power, but a little out dated and was off for half the day Sunday. No caps on sewer, so kinda stinks in different areas of park. Bath house very dated. There is a pool, but it also is 40 plus years old. No wifi, and cell phone kinda works. - Sweettea1968
May 2017 - $35.00
Wow! Value was ok, and the campground is pretty clean, but don't disagree with the manager. Not friendly. Rude. Will not return. - WeRV2008
Jul 2019 - $21.00
This is a real gem about 10 miles east of I-65 an hour south of Birmingham. Is a very small park, only 18 sites, but in a really pretty setting. Need to arrive by 6 in order to get a gate code from the Ranger. Can be done on line, but this was a last minute stop for us. Pad was concrete and very easy to back into, they all are at this park. Half the sites are FHU with good 50/30 amp service, and water pressure. Very safe and secure area to stay in while traveling. Long way to town, so if you need anything, get it before you arrive. - BWolfAR
Nov 2017 - $19.00
If you arrive at night, like we did, the drive into the park and to the camp area will seem eerie, as there are no street lights along the way and few signs of civilization except for speed limit warnings. The grounds have a dozen or more camp sites with water and electric, although some had the water shut off when we were there in early Nov. If you have to use restroom facilities, they are available at the beginning of the road that leads to the camp sites, which means a longer hike for relief than at most camp grounds. Take a flashlight if you're going at night, as there are no streetlights along that stretch. There is one streetlight at each end of the campground, however. There are no showers, just toilets and a sink, kept clean. The grounds are surrounded by forest and are quiet (except when motorcyclists are on nearby trails). There's no vegetation encircling each site, so there's no privacy. Each site has a concrete area for a picnic table and RV. The grounds are several miles from stores, restaurants and service stations. The grounds apparently are closed Mon.-Wed., so we were asked when I made reservations to call a park employee an hour before arriving to get the code to open the entry gate. We paid the next morning. I'd definitely return when in the area. We had a partial hook-up, with electricity only. - John_K
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Just an overnight stay at a relatively new small park. As others have said, the focus here is on use of the trails. Rate reflects the fact that the site did not have a sewer connection. Everything is well-maintained. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The only problem is that none of my GPS apps could find this place. The turn-off was clearly marked, so no need to worry. Very pretty and quiet place. Would stop by again. - NKA
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We are staying long term in this resort and it is a gem. The sites are comfortably large enough to see your neighbors without rubbing the awning on their slide out. The gravel roads are well maintained, the play area is cute and the beach is white sand for at least a 100'! Boat piers, covered fishing pavilion, excellent pricing. WIFI and cable available at every site and 50 NEW sites are cut in and getting utilities. The mountain views are tremendous and the lake view sites are serene and comfortable. - Sasuva
Jan 2018 - $35.00
They have stopped doing nightly spots, but if you want a spot for a month or more you can't ask for a better spot. - WeRV2008
Jul 2017 - $35.00
The people here are wonderful to work with. We had a great time! The beach is well maintained and the fact that we could leave our boat in the water was nice. The Wi-Fi is only available if you sign up for it through a local company but that was okay, we came to camp, not be on the devices. The sites are all wired for this company to provide internet, phone and cable which is great for long term guests. At this park you can stay as long as you like and the rates start at $200 a month. We are going to stay! - WeRV2008
May 2019 - $26.00
This is a beautiful state park. A lot of amenities. The bathrooms were dated, and somewhat clean. Trail from our site down to the lake. Many swimming areas, with kayak and canoe rentals. A lot of hiking trails. Very close to Birmingham, although you can't tell. Very peaceful. Unfortunately, our site had a bunch of ants that ended up getting into our trailer. - debdana
May 2019 - $40.00
Rating park is a little difficult - there is good and not so good. Campground: I did not care for Loop B - sites arranged strangely and not numbered in order, and had chosen a bad site online (B31) - full sun, an awkward pull through and broken up pad. Luckily, there was another site available in A loop, which we loved. The roads and pads are in good condition and there was more shade in many of those sites. 30 amp was the max they have, but sewer in most sites.
The bathrooms are old, rusty, have insects - generally run down old campground bathrooms (one toilet missing door and had a shower curtain instead). Despite my choice of saying they were not clean - they were cleaned and stocked during our visit, it is just that it is not possible to get them clean. The bathrooms need to be remodeled.
Park overall is great. Hiking & mountain biking trails, the roads themselves are probably good for road bikes - but road was under construction. The park was out of regular maps, so they had photocopied maps that were nearly impossible to read. The trails themselves are marked very well, but planning was difficult without a useable map. We swam in Oak Mountain Lake at the campground. Water was warm in mid May. There is a swimming section and a dock - we found it very nice. We visited the Alabama Wildlife Center & visited with the birds and walked in the Tree Top Trail and saw the resident raptors - highly recommend.
Entrance - there are two. The main one is 5.5 miles from the campground (but closer to the equestrian campground). The back gate is closer to the campground, but has a difficult turn to make to larger rigs. It also has limited hours - I want to say 8am-8pm, but not exactly sure. The front gate is always open.
We would come back again, but would be more careful in the sites we pick. I hope the park can find funding and remodel the bathrooms and Loop B campground. I would give it 5 stars for sure then. - 5th Wheel Family
May 2019 - $30.00
Stayed here for two nights on our way back to our home base near St. Louis. We stayed in pull through site 47. There were two major camping areas, A & B. We were in area A next to a building/pavilion that had a large brick fireplace sitting area then on the back side there's a laundry facility with 3 washers and 2 dryers for $1.50 to wash. The shower house was also adjacent to the campsite. We had FHUs, but this camp ground is only 30 AMP. This campground is a 30 AMPer and tent camper paradise with a large variety of sites from fairly secluded water and electric to pull throughs with FHUs. We noticed there was a fair number of Class As and assumed they have generators to run extra air conditioners as necessary. Since the weather was mild, we did fine on one air conditioner. According to the park info sheet, Oak Mountain is AL's largest state park at nearly 10,000 acres and located in the Southernmost part of the Appalachian chain. Trails are marked. There was a trail map for sale at the park store that also sells propane. We tried to walk the Beach trail but due to the heavy rain it was impassible unless you wanted to wade. We tried the Wildlife trail along the lake and walked until we went up a creek and was stopped by the creek being too wide due to the rain so turned around. Wildlife trail is a moderate level trail so ensure you wear proper shoes if you take it past the lake and up the feeder creek. - MK_Willi
May 2019 - $45.00
This park reverted back to the original owners the week we arrived. They no longer accept Passport America. It's small and compact,but more than adequate for a rest stop. - DJanis
May 2019 - $40.00
We were in Clanton for a three day conference and stayed here for it's very convenient location and because it gets way better reviews than anything else around. The staff was terrific, friendly and helpful. The park is clean and fairly well maintained, except the potholes on the entry road which we were told would be fixed soon. It's not very shady but it has lots of trees planted and given a few years will be nice. The park is flat but well drained; we had a near-biblical deluge one afternoon and within an hour it was fine. I-65 is within sight but noise isn't a big deal. Power is 118 volts that drops to 110 when A.C. is running, within tolerance. Lots of room around the pond to walk the dog. Plenty of Midwest snowbirds were making this an overnight stop (apparently avoiding I-75 and Atlanta traffic.) We had a center section site that was plenty roomy. I would rate this a 9 out of 10 except I don't feel the $40 nightly charge was justified. (Maybe if it had a swimming pool.) We would stay here again if visiting the area. - BamaRambler
Apr 2019 - $30.00
Very barebones, but an OK place to stop along the interstate. - DD Jones