Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Isaac Creek

Isaac Creek Campground is located on Claiborne Lake in Alabama's southwest Hill Country.

The lake encompasses more than 60 miles of the Alabama River, and Isaac Creek has great appeal to sportsmen, birders, naturalists or those simply wanting to relax in the outdoors.


The area's waterways offer anglers the opportunity to fish for largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish.

Boating and water sports are also a main draw to the lake, and a boat ramp is provided for easy water access.

The vast expanse of surrounding land allows for bow and shotgun hunting for game like whitetail deer, wild turkey and hog.


This year-round campground offers 60 sites with electric hookups. Amenities include flush toilets, showers, drinking water, a dump station and laundry facilities.

A boat ramp, dock, fish cleaning stations, basketball court, playground and picnic shelter offer countless recreation opportunities for visitors.

Natural Features

The campground is situated between Isaac Creek and Claiborne Lake, in a forest of hardwood and pine.

ADA Access: N

$22.00 - $24.00
US Army Corps of Engineers
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Isaac Creek is located in Alabama
31.6222 N
-87.5503 W
Get Directions
From Monroeville, Alabama, take State Route 41 north for 8 miles. Turn west onto County Road 17 and follow signs into the campground.
2 Reviews of Isaac Creek
Right on the River

We arrived late to the campground, super friendly campground hosts were more than happy to accomodate us. The campground was clean and tucked away behind trees. Lots of privacy and we even had our own pier out to the water behind our campsite. Would definitely recommend planning ahead because there are no shops anywhere near the vicinity and forgetting something will cost you a good 30 min drive. Looking forward to coming back!

First to Review
Tiny site along the river, middle of nowhere

You need a boat to enjoy this area, though there are a few sports courts to enjoy while camping. There is a small historic museum and some restaurants and stores about 15 miles away. Simple but clean amenities. All the sites are close to the water, most are quite shady.

Yay: nice wooded campsites with good privacy.

Nay: no complaints but nothing too special. Definitely can flood. Shower house is completely lacking privacy.

Surprise: amazing friendly camp hosts, loved the rocking chairs along the water in the day use area.