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6 RV Parks near Meridianville, Alabama
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Meridianville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Meridianville in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $28.00
Campground in State Park located in the hills above Huntsville, AL. We stayed in space 75 - FHU and Level!! Cell service and OTA was OK, No dish due to trees. There was a washer and dryer in the restrooms that worked great. In the park there is a Japanese Tea Garden to walk through, as well as a nice North Plateau Trail that was a nice mix of forest and scenic vistas. Plenty of stores down the hill in Huntsville to restock at. - Davishouse2
Oct 2018 - $26.00
We booked our reservation online... when we arrived our assigned site had no sewer even though we had booked a full hook up site. The staff was very accommodating and moved us to another site which did have sewer. We have Verizon service and our phones TV and hotspot had zero connection. We then thought we would go to the Overlook to see the view at night, as we were told it was an amazing sight unfortunately at 7 p.m. the gates were locked and there was no way to get to the Overlook. All of the trails also close 30 minutes before dark. Since we could not do anything after dark we decided to try to watch some TV using local channels, they were completely pixelated and unwatchable. We were scheduled to stay 4 days we are staying one night and leaving. I am not coming back to this park. Unless you want to hike during the day and sit in your campsite at night BTW the site seem short the only area there is to do anything is a small square gravel area, where the picnic table is otherwise it is full of leaves sticks underbrush and many areas of drop-off. Make sure to read comment about driving here..come in Governor Rd still a climb but not to bad. - Moonwillow
Oct 2018 - $31.00
We stayed one week in a 40 foot 5th wheel, spot #60 (Oct. 2018). This is a beautiful park with a friendly staff, well known for the abundance of wildlife- especially deer and birds. Please read our tip about GPS routing to the park.
The park has numerous hiking and biking trails- trail running is also popular in the park. The trails are in several sections, some of them are within the campground proper, the main trailheads are located a short distance from the camping are and a few of the connector trails can be accessed directly from the camping area. Another extensive set of trails are located on a land trust at the edge of the park. There is an old paved road that is now closed to traffic that allows easy access to the land trust without having to drive to them via Bankhead Dr.
The dump station is easy to access and well maintained. There is a lovely Japanese Tea Garden in the Park. One trail leads to an old fire tower that is fenced off, it was one used as a NASA observation station.
The park can get crowded on weekends, reservations for the best sites would probably need to be made well in advance. Most sites are 30 amp without sewer. - William1977
Dec 2018 - $16.00
Lovely small park about 10 miles outside of Huntsville AL. We stayed here for two months (Nov 2018 thru early January 2019). Level sites, FHU, no wifi or cable; OTA channels were fine. Note: water pressure extremely high; regulator required. Biking/hiking trails, lake. Holiday tree trail (free) and village ($5pp) in December. Gated park; key provided with deposit that is returned when key is returned. - Pankie
Nov 2018 - $25.00
Nice campground with lots of grass area and lake. There is a rifle range which we could hear bug didn't go to see. We were in the newly install pull-thrus. The current rating of 8 is a little generous in my opinion. There is nothing there except a park with the typical dirty public restrooms. The camp host was really nice, courteous and escorted us to our camp site. For new installed I was surprised at how un-level the site was. Make sure you have a pressure regulator, my meter pegged at over 100psi. Our leveling jacks coped with it OK but the rear wheels were off of the ground. Campground was quiet. We would probability stay again but not in a pull-thru. After walking around there are better back-ins. - newbies2016
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Stayed in October for a week and enjoyed this park, will be here a little longer this time. They have added 10 pull through spaces, gravel road and spaces, appears they are for short term stays. This park is much busier than before, I wonder if it is due to the great reviews. - retirednrving
Nov 2018 - $18.00
This appears to be am older park that is in need of some TLC. The sites are uneven gravel, the water is in a box that is below ground level and the sewer hook ups are above the finish grade. The staff is very helpful but they close at 5. If you're late find your site and pay in the morning. Sites are $18 one $20. Washer and dryer in the office. Location is between Exits 14 & 15 off of I-565. Park appears to be owned by the foundation that owns the Space & Research Center which is right next door and includes the rocket camp for kids. - Hey You
Oct 2018 - $18.00
We stayed here this visit because Verizon cell phone and data is so bad up at Monte Sano SP. Our site was level and woodsy. All utilities (water, electric, sewer) worked as advertised. I had to treat around the utility service area for ants. There was an active mound next to pad which I also treated. Bring army ant bait and red ant killer with you and treat your pad when you arrive. - moderate camper
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Small park and extremely clean, most lots are fairly level. Would stay again. - bobbodean
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Look liked the campground has just undergone a renovation, ultra wide concrete pads. Good water pressure, Cable TV hook up was available (no short term access you need a cable box), plenty of over-the-air channels available. Phone service was strong, plenty of bandwidth if you are using this for your personal hotspot. Have to agree with some of the other reviews that the grass was high, voice this to the MWR reps who informed me the contract for maintenance was every three weeks and did offer me the use of a mower.... Knowing how MWR is structured and what they have to work with , all-in-all this is a pretty good set up. - Joelbjr
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Stayed 6 weeks. Campground unkept. Grass mowing is almost nil....contracted out and only half assed mowed every 3 weeks. No edging. No weeding. No spraying for ants. Driveways all need additional gravel to level, to fill in chuckholes, etc. RV host totally useless. Water pressure extremely low. Only plus are the cement pads. - Sassygirl
May 2017 - $20.00
I've stayed here multiple times over the last decade and have never seen this park so full of RVs. Perhaps it was the Memorial Day weekend, but I'm not certain. As other posters note, the level concrete sites have full hook-ups. No need to check in if you have a reservation; just note your name on the site sign post, pull into your site and hookup. The wifi password is posted on a wall in the very clean laundry house. The wifi signal was strong. On arrival at the Arsenal if entering Gate 9, no need to go to the Visitor Center if you have an active or retired ID card. Gate entry was smooth all three times I passed through. Diesel is not sold at the nearby Exchange gas station. Self service car wash is next to the combined gas station/Class VI. - SunStar203
May 2018 - $22.00
We stayed 3 nights (total cost $66). Campground office is the same as the marina fuel dock. It's a relatively small campground with lots of trees. That's good. But the place seemed to suffer from a profound lack of maintenance: 1) The road circling the campground was breaking up. There were many potholes including one in front of our site approx 2' x 3' x 10" deep. I was able to avoid it, but that wasn't easy. 2) The water connection was in a box below grade. The handle on the water spigot was stripped -- I had to use a pair of pliers to turn the water on/off. 3) The grounds were not mowed. There was a lot of tree detritus (small branches, twigs, etc) all over the ground. 4) Several sites (most?) appeared to have tire tracks next to the RV blacktop pad as if RVs had difficulty maneuvering in / out of the site (I had to jockey around a bit but managed to stay on the blacktop). 5) As I walked across the circle, there appeared to be lots of tire tracks in the dirt / mud. 6) The dump station is weird. It's more like a marine pumping station, with a long hose and pump rather than a place to dump. There were connectors (with directions posted), however, so theoretically you could connect to an RV tank to dump. However, the first foot or so of those connectors were rigid so I could not get it into my motorhome bay to connect to dump. And if you accidently have spillage, there's a hose and nozzle but no place to wash it down. 7) We did not use the restroom or showers. In the men's room, there were (maybe 6) showers with a chair (was it to block the shower?). Most had a shower curtain wadded in the middle of the shower floor. We used this as a base of operations with day trips to Scottsboro and Huntsville so we really weren't in the campground much. The only way we'd stay here again is if we couldn't find another reasonably-priced campsite. - arboldt
May 2016 - $22.00
Quiet campground at a marina on the Tennessee River. Sites are moderately level, large enough. Some long-term residents. All were friendly. Staff was helpful. Dump station is a pump intended for boats. Fitting was wrong for RV so ended up spilling some and carrying the rest to the next campground. - William Custer
Aug 2014 - $18.00
Not a bad place to stay if you want to fish and boat. The main draw back, no sewer sites and it's under a canopy of trees. - TheTideRide
Jan 2019 - $30.00
We stayed here New Years Eve on our way back from Florida. Owners were very friendly. Easy access from I-65. Roads and lots were gravel but easy to navigate in our 40ft rv. The next exit south off 65 is about 3 miles and there are some good sit down restaurants there. (Applebees and Logans Steakhouse). Fast food is on the same road as the campground just about a mile south. We will stay here again when need a place to stop for the night. - Mx rider
Nov 2018 - $40.00
Literally mere feet from I65. Sites close together but it was very quiet. Very basic park but friendly service, good utilities, and great location. I will be back next time I pass through. - galnar
Oct 2018 - $30.00
We enjoyed our stay. It is easy on/off the highway and convenient to Huntsville. The hosts are friendly and helpful. There are no frills. Grassy pull-through sites with crushed stone landing pads and full hookups. No picnic tables or fire rings and no bathrooms/showers. Crushed stone roads in the park are easy to navigate with a big rig. We would stay here again. - MrsBowman