Campground Reviews is now Available through the RV LIFE App on iPhones, iPads, and Android Devices.
Click Here to learn more.
1 RV Park near Guin, Alabama
Jul 2018 - $25.00
We stayed at this camp ground as it was close (5 miles) to Tiffin for service worked we needed for our 26 foot RV. I suggest you call when you get within 5 miles of exit 26. The owner can give you the directions as to the conditions at the time, rain, downed trees, accidents, etc. He will be waiting for you at the entrance to show you to your site and check you in. Don't, I repeat don't, use online mapping or other wise. We did that on two different sources and they had us turning on exit 30. My directions were as follows: Exit 26 is where you get off interstate 22, 3/4 mile to stop sign, turn left on 253 south, stay on 253 s, at 1/2 mile you come to a fork in the road, take left side staying on 253s, 3 miles from fork, rv park is on the right. The road to the park is great, no tight turns or bad conditions. Pros: small park campground (8 sites) with full hook ups, water tastes very good. A wooded park-like setting, gravel roads and rv site. It is very quiet here, a bit like a state park in the middle of the week. A wooden platform with bench for grilling or hanging out. Grass on all 3 sides and large enough back in site for a much bigger unit than us. 20/30/50 amp service. Some big rig sites (saw 3 arrive while we were there) and none had issues with roads in park or with parking. Our site was almost completely level, only needed one level block on left side. Know before you book: You will not have swim pools, inflatable children's equipment, go cart rentals, bathhouses, out houses, dry cleaning or laundry service or zip lines. This park is for those that have the ability to utilize their own bathroom/shower and cooking needs. - hiker13
Mar 2018 - $30.00
If you like quiet and back in the woods, this place is for you. The owner was very helpful and our dog loved the woodsy environment. We were in a 40 ft motor coach and were finally able to level, but the park was built before the advent of such large vehicles and we may have been on one of the only sites that could accommodate us. This is a great place for smaller campers or tents though. Few amenities are provided but power was great. We did not hook up to water or sewer as we only stayed one night. The roads were fine if a bit twisty, but we were able to navigate with care. - Chasdalex
May 2014 - $30.00
An off-the-beaten track RV Park. Okay for an overnight stay since there aren't many campgrounds in this area. Access roads are narrow with steep ditches on both sides, but we didn't have trouble getting our 37' RV to a site at the top of the hill. Would recommend disconnecting tow vehicle before starting up to sites. Very quiet and secluded but no amenities, bathroom or shower. Very friendly and accommodating owners. Led us to the site and help get us parked. Payment is with cash or checks only. - Good Vibes