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5 RV Parks near Phil Campbell, Alabama
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Phil Campbell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Phil Campbell in the left hand column.
Apr 2014 - $17.00
One of five RV campgrounds owned by the Bear Creek Development Association in the area between Red Bay, AL and Russellville, AL. Good, paved access roads with reasonable clearance. Some of the sites are not level or paved. Nice views looking out over the lake. Has camp store and a camp manager on-site. Friendly and helpful, but I had a problem with the electric supply going over-voltage, sometimes as high as 135 VAC and tripping my EMS off-line. The camp manager passed the concern on to the main staff, but nothing was done and the problem persisted the entire stay. I eventually had to use my generator to protect from the voltage spikes. 22 of the sites are for seasonal campers, and the rest are on a first-come, first-served basis. You need to call the camp manager the day before and see if there are any spots available. They will know if there are any accommodating sites at the other campgrounds as well. Looks like it is a well kept secret for the local population. - Good Vibes
May 2017 - $20.00
We needed a place to stay for a few days before we had work done on our motorhome. This was perfect! The setting along the water with lots of trees is beautiful. We had a pull through site in the middle of the campground, but still walked around and enjoyed the public area where you can walk to the water. There are lots of locals who leave their trailers here and treat this as their weekend "lake house", so there are few sites available for transients. They don't take reservations, so that makes it a little tricky. It's a nice quiet campground, and you can walk/run/bike down the road to the boat launch and pavilion areas for a nice two miles roundtrip with mostly trees for scenery. After the work was completed on our motorhome, we came back here for another couple nights! - Roaming Together
Oct 2017 - $35.00
We have been at Cedar Ridge for 1 month. Its a very nice area to explore, the campground is near a lake known for great fishing. The campground itself is very well maintained by a very nice couple, with well groomed gravel sites & great trees. Owner offers pump out service. The small store is well stocked with basic camping items as well as food & bait & tackle. A clean laundry room as well as clean restrooms with showers. There is no wifi, very limited TV reception, & the only cell service available is ATT. - jstrom
Sep 2018 - $25.00
We had a fun stay over the weekend here. This is a Horse Riding Campground, so most of the people there had their horse-trailer campers. We don't ride, so we looked a little out of place. The sites are very un-level in places and just in big grass fields. The site were not well defined, so you found your power and water pole in the middle of the field and pulled in the best way you could. A few sites had sewer hookups, but most did not, dump station was available. Most sites are 30 amp only sites. The onsite restaurant The Rattlesnake Saloon was fun and the food was great. Wasn't a bad trip, but not your typical campground. - Mhallman9903
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This is a great park for a short stay while seeing the sights. We stayed here to see Helen Keller's childhood home. There are four pull thru sites & we stayed in the end one. There are a lot of long term campers, area workers. Their sites are clean & well kept up. There is plenty of grass for the dogs & lots of space to walk them. Yes, there is no shade. There are no playgrounds or dog parks. There is no problem getting satellite signal.We got over the air signal & they do have cable. The site was level. The hook ups work fine & they are easily accessible. The host was very friendly. They recycle here. That is a plus in our book. We would stay here again if traveling through the area. - Connie's Co-Owner
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Pros: Convenient for our stay in the area. Nice staff. Big rig friendly. Wide sites. Quiet at night. Cons: No patio, no fire ring, no picnic table. Pretty much a gravel parking lot. The full hookups are located at the back of each site. This means you'll need 2 lengths of water hose, 3 lengths of sewer hose, and a long length of cable for TV. While this arrangement was probably a convenient way for the campground owners to set it up, it's definitely not convenient for campers who may not have anticipated bringing extra equipment to reach the utilities. A lot of long-term campers here. People who work in the area. Don't be surprised if you return to your site only to find someone else parked there because they're visiting someone else in the campground. Seems odd someone would do that, but it happened to us. - The Other John Doe
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Good for an overnight stay. Clean. Garbage cans are located park and are emptied before they get overfilled. About 1/4 of the sites are occupied by long term units, some not well maintained. Far enough from the highway to be pretty quiet. - DangerousLampMan