But, the RV section was very cramped. We were shocked by how close everyone was. Check-in, even with paying in advance, took forever since it is all done manually (i.e., handwriting EVERYTHING). No technology to speak of…even on-line reservations are non-existent. Staff was nice and accommodating, and bath house was new and clean. We only stayed a weekend. There's no way we would stay any longer than that being squeezed in there like sardines. If that doesn't bother you, then it's a great place to stay.
We camped a week in the tent sites. Very clean. Great bathrooms. Great staff. 24 hour access to the beach, which is just a short stroll away. Good hiking trails. I would highly recommend and we will go again!
Clead water, nice bathrooms, lovely family spot
You are a ten minute walk from the beach through part of the bird sanctuary. The campsites are large, big enough to fit a 10 person tent. Each has an electric hook up. A great place to visit.
Anyone interested in birding should definitely take a trip to Dauphin Island. Everyone is very friendly and theres a great beach as well to relax and go for a swim. Definitely was very hot when we went in April so make sure to bring lots of water and sunscreen.
This is a very nice park, split between an RV section and a camping section. Firepits available, a playground for kiddies, basic bathrooms, and a short walk to the beach!
What more could you need?
If you like your history this part if the park is for you. Fort Gaines is cool to explore and travel back to the Civil War , give the kids some history with their day at the beach.
Such a beautiful little getaway when my family and I have visited this city park there was little to no people around us and it was like her own little getaway I highly recommend it
Good for fishing, right across from the boat ramp. Crowded