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8 RV Parks near Stockton, Alabama
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stockton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stockton in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $40.00
Great site with concrete pad. Great spacing between sites. Sites were staggered to allow privacy. Nearby boat landing allowed for access to fishing. We picked our site on arrival and were met there be friendly hosts. About 20 minutes to downtown Mobile and an hour to Gulf Shores. Grocery shopping in nearby town of Bay Minette. - Kltwestover
Mar 2019 - $20.00
**They charge a $40.00 CASH security deposit when you come in. You get it back when you leave but they will keep it for even minor infractions, including leaving 2 minutes after check out time. They also do not turn the water on to the site until you arrive. We didn't have water available until the next day since we came in late.** This county campground used to be a KOA. It has a very nice laundry facility with 4 washers/dryers. Older bathhouse but clean. An in-ground swimming pool, small playground, dog walk, nice nature walk on the river, a pavilion, boat launch, pier fishing, two ponds and a lake stocked with bluegill and bass. No wifi but AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile worked well. All sites pull through with FHU, 30&50 amp, picnic table and fire pit. Each site floods easily in rain and the roads are mostly dirt with a little gravel. (Grass parking with very few trees.) Right next to I-65, so the traffic noise is LOUD at rush hour. 30 day sites and 90 day sites are available. There is staff here from 6am - 9pm. Gate closed at 9pm but there is an onsite host/security. WalMart and Publix 15 miles away in Saraland. Not a bad place to sit for a month in Feb! - LizabethC
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Very odd park. No facilities but does offer full hook ups and cable. It is halfway between Bay Minette and Stapleton. You have to go to an office in Bay Minette to pay. All utilities work well. Big oak trees offer some good shade. - MajandMrs
Jan 2014 - $25.00
We stayed for a few days and they were really nice. The pull-throughs were taken so we had to detach our towed truck. No restrooms, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, playgrounds, fire pits, or picnic tables. We were not in a shaded spot, it is mostly wide open but there are some big trees sporadically around. - Eric and Angi
Oct 2018 - $33.00
pretty nice little park, lots of trees, quiet. Spots a little close. Curiously the campground did not provide maps, had one on the wall. Friendly staff, gave me choice of 2 different sites, said pick one. - Dave from Indy
Jun 2018 - $30.00
This place has more shade than any campground I have seen. Live oaks with Spanish moss make sites attractive and shaded. This is not what anyone would call a resort but I like to use it for overnight stays on my way to another location. Many of the campers are full-timers as with most campgrounds on the Gulf Coast. Overall this is a decent place. - FromSC
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Customer service is good. This is an older, appearingly run down park. Although they take big rigs, it is extremely difficult to navigate as the access roads around the park are very narrow and windey. The sites are very narrow and there are a lot of trees, also making it difficult to navigate. There were no 50 amp sites, so we got a 30 amp. We must have had 1 too many things running, which blew out something. 4 hours later, they are still trying to find a breaker to replace. We chose to stay here so we didn't have to dry camp again, but it looks like we have to do that again anyway. They gave us the option to change sites, but since it's so difficult to navigate, we didn't want to deal with having to try to back in our 40' fifth wheel. I would not stay here again. - cherylbrv
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Blakeley is run by the state but it is administered and financed separately from the state park system. There's a lot to like about this park, and a couple of problems. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Sites are large, well-equipped, and fairly private. You are camping in the woods here. The park itself is also quite interesting. It's the site of a 19th century town that was briefly a rival port to Mobile and the site of a Civil War battle said to be the largest fought in Alabama. It's generally a pleasant place with lots of interesting flora. However, the park proper is a bit far from the RV campground, so you need to drive or be up for a long walk. The problems: Our site wasn't even close to level. Looking around, it appeared that some sites were level and some weren't. And the bathrooms in the RV campground are vault toilets. There is a very nice bathroom, with showers, at the tent campground, but that's a least a mile away. If those two things don't bother you, then this is a fine place to camp. If they do, then I agree with another reviewer that the state park near Spanish Fort is a better choice. - Thriller
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Beware! Although the website says, "Reservations require a non-refundable deposit of $30," do not expect a refund of any payments made beyond that $30. Their actual policy is, "No refunds are given for any reason." Typical procedure for every other campground we've dealt with is that the deposit is non-refundable, but the additional amount is; never have I heard of a policy where the entire amount is non-refundable. The best they would offer is an "indefinite credit" which is beyond their typical 60-day credit rule. I'm not sure who makes this policy, but they would be best served to be more in-line with the rest of the camping industry.
The sites are standard sites, nothing special. This park is named "Blakeley State Park" but it is not actually a state park. - purpleenaj
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Very rustic with very roomy well spaced sites. There was hardly anybody here. We have a 44' and had trouble finding a flat enough site that was long enough. Most of the sites are not flat-so if you have a long rig scout it out first. Also, most sites are tree covered so you have to be careful of scratching in a larger rig. Some of the utility placements are odd in relation to where you might park. We used all of our 30' sewer hose. We are self contained and did not need the bathrooms/showers but checked them out and they were filthy. We mentioned this to the staff and they said they are cleaned once a week. Considering how few people were there and the condition we saw it is doubtful that is true. The bathhouse is a long way from the RV area (it is closer to the tents) so take that into consideration if you need the bathhouse. ATT cell service was so-so. Verizon hotspot worked well. - RMD3819
Jan 2019 - $10.00
We were traveling from Virginia to Texas. Most of our overnights were boondocking (Walmart, Home Depot), but we needed to dump and get water, and found this park that had a Passport America rate for less than $10. It was not too far to drive off the interstate (it is physically very near the interstate). The pull-thru site was a horseshoe shape, and when we first realized that, we figured that we would need to disconnect our toad, but, the site was long enough and wide enough that we were able to pull in, and connect up without needing to back up. We have a 43' motorhome with a Jeep toad - we don't have slides, so did not need to maneuver to position them. We were only there overnight, but I was able to get a couple of loads of laundry done, dump the tanks, and fill with fresh water. We did not take advantage of any facilities in the park. Note that trees on the roads coming into the park (and leaving - we went a different way) were low in places - not heavy branches, but the leaves and lightweight branches were rubbing the solar panels at 13' on our roof. In most cases we could drive on the on-coming traffic side of the road to avoid the tree branches. - pattic777
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We arrived late and could barely understand the speech of the park kiosk attendant and the instructions on how to find our site (he was out of maps) so we got on the wrong road and had an ordeal turning our 43' bus around. Went back to the kiosk and no one was there. Some helpful campers gave us directions to find the campground and then we were shocked to see how narrow the pull-through actually was. We made it by backing in and managed to get hooked up. Since it was only overnight, we did not see anything more of the campground or the surrounding area except for some questionable characters around us. Wish we had stayed in the Walmart parking lot. I would not recommend this to anyone except as a last resort. - coloradoflyfisher
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Of all the parks we stayed at on our 5 month trip through the south this is one of only two where I would probably not return.
The park was a typical county run park. a little run down and need of a little clean up but overall not bad.
Unfortunately it is in a really run down part of town. Venturing to and from after dark seemed like a really bad idea. The roads in and out were not in very good shape. - digger2280
Mar 2019 - $27.00
Would have given it a 10 if not for highway noise. Loved the spacious grass between sites. It is so spread out that nearly every camp site has a bay view. Nice trees too. The pads are level asphalt. Hookups are modern and well engineered. Might need your sewer hose props. The park staff was friendly. Stunning sunrises and sunsets. Saw no ants. Call before you arrive early. I got lectured. Good fences around park and night security. - Alan Cockrell
Mar 2019 - $60.00
This is a great state park as others have said. Close proximity to good seafood restaurants on the causeway, beautiful sunsets. However, when you are instructed to call ahead for a gate code, you should take it seriously. We got locked out before 6PM and had to wait for someone else to leave so we could re-enter. - SportDawgs
Jan 2019 - $38.00
Sites are asphalt (parking and sitting areas) and are flat and level. Site spacing is good, better than most private parks. There is a large play field, a fishing pier and a board walk out into the wetlands. There are short hiking trails, mostly folded into a maze in a patch of woods in the park. Good for walking your dog, though. There's no other specified "dog walk" area. The campground is semi-wooded, all pines, but not too thick to limit satellite reception. Water pressure was low at 40psi, but they were repairing some plumbing problems during our stay. There's a boat launch and a very nice launch specifically made for kayaks or canoes designed to make boarding/unboarding safer. There have been Argentine ant problems at this CG in the past, but they seem to have gotten them under control with a campus-wide treatment system; no problem while we were there. Sites have a stand-up grill and a picnic table. There are no fire rings and ground fires are not allowed. The biggest negative for this CG is the road noise from Hwy 98 and I-10. Depending on air density and cloud cover, the noise can be loud enough to make you have to raise your voice while talking outside. It's a good CG for the convenient location between Mobile and Spanish Fort, but should not be considered a "primitive" or "back-to-nature" campground. One curious thing about the CG was a 10 ft. high chain link fence around the property, including the gate. The CG didn't seem to be in a problem area. The gate is controlled by a security code given to you when you check in. Be sure to call ahead if you are going to be arriving late. The approach area for the gate is short; if you are arriving when the gate is closed, you'd better not be longer than about 50 feet or your tail would be stuck out in the road while you are putting in the gate code. This could use some redesign. Overall, a very nice park. Watch for alligators in the warmer months and keep your small unattended pets away from the shoreline there. - Bama Camper
Dec 2018 - $38.00
This is our second time staying here. The first time was the same problem - there's actually no one in the RV building where you check in. You have to call the hotel and they will send a shuttle to come and get you and take you back to the hotel where you can reserve a site. So that was our first problem, and now they're saying there is no shuttle and they don't know when it will come. Just an extremely piss poor way to run an RV park. Have plenty of hair in your head so you can pull it all out from frustration. - Danvango
Aug 2018 - $38.00
RV Park is very nice. Large, spacious cement sites with grass between. Plenty long enough for our 40ft MH and Jeep. All sites are pull through and 30/50snp FHU. - Cfvalk
Apr 2018 - $28.00
As typical of Casino RV Parks, they have paved sites with grass in between. No trees but very clean and well kept. The laundry room has one washer and one dryer. Small playground. We would stay there again. - GranNan06