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3 RV Parks near Alamo, Tennessee
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Alamo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Alamo in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $36.00
Small but adequate park. Nice management, good pull through with good power and water but sewer connection is way to the rear. Little pricey for the amenities but I would stay here again if I could get a better rate. - floyd becky
Apr 2019 - $35.00
A small mom & pop place, next to a TA truck stop, can see I 40. All pull through, FHU. Very friendly people. Close to Jackson. - c+jp 5rvers
Apr 2019 - $30.00
Small park ran by elderly couple near the freeway, good for parking for the night. - 39chevyinar
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Not anywhere near what its purported to be on the website. Pictures from somewhere else possibly. Rate is high for what you get. Not long enough pull through for big rigs. Very disappointing. - Sondkr
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Parking on asphalt with in the ground hookups. I mean down in the ground with standing water and/or covered over with dirt from run off to access faucets. Sewer hook ups covered with singles. all down in the ground. I looked at the website and it was nice. I should have looked at the comments section and I did not. Lesson learned! it worked for an overnight stay but would not do it again. Basically its a trailer park with added on 8-12 RV sites. It was almost dark and I had been driving over 600 miles so I was ready but I will stop and review campgrounds better next time. - byrdr1
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed here before when passing through for the night. It was an OK place for one night. The price is now $30 and very run down. There are about 15 sites up front on asphalt. The sites are very close. I don't think I would be able to park my trailer between two other RV's and put the slide out. There were about 8 long term RV's in the front sights. We won't stay here again. - Traveller101
Apr 2017 - $32.00
As stated in the other reviews, this is a mobile home park with permanent residents that also has some spaces for RVs intermixed with the mobile home sites. The sites have concrete ribbons to park on that is filled in between with gravel, the rest of the site is grass. Our site was large and level, no need for blocking. Verizon has a strong, fast signal, satellite reception will be spotty because of the trees. Since the sites are perpendicular to the street, some of them could take some careful maneuvering to get into. We stayed here on a Saturday and did not see management. When we talked to them on the phone; he assigned us a site number, told us where it was located, told us the cost, and told us to leave a check in the drop slot at the office. Overall, while it has only full hookups and no amenities, its a decent place to overnight or even spend a couple of days. If you're looking for the "RV resort experience", pass this one by. But, its better than Walmart. - Starmaster
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Older mobile home community with a few rv sites. All back-in sites. Narrow gravel pad. Hard to maneuver into site. Had to unhook to level fifth wheel because pad badly sloped from front to rear. Lots of traffic noise. Hook-ups okay. Strong water pressure (60 psi). Definitely recommend pressure regulator. No WiFi or cable. Would not stay here again. - Life's good
Nov 2015 - $27.00
This is the second time we have stayed here in our motor home. Mostly permanent trailer homes. Very quiet at rear of park. Traffic noise at front.
Manager most obliging. Good laundry, TV room and pool. 50amp , water, and sewer. OK for large rigs.
Grass and gravel sites where permanent trailer homes had previously been.
Will stay again when passing through. - Kings USA Travels