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Fuller , ALABAMA

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Camping Alabama Fuller Standard (Tent/RV)

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Great place to go camping!

Awesome campground. If you look at the map you’ll see that some sites are full hook-up and some are not. We stayed in C section with full hook-ups. They have playgrounds throughout the campground, trails from 1 mile long to 15 miles long that can be utilized by horse, bike, or on foot. Boat rentals include two different places. The marina for motorized jon boats and pontoon boats. You can rent these for 4-48 hours. If you’re renting one of their boats then you need a vessel license. If you don’t have a vessel licenses then you can take the test at the marina. At the Creem Shop (they sell ice cream, burgers, etc) you can rent pedal boats and canoes. They have a zip line and tree line adventure course, mini-golf, a beach area for swimming, and plenty of fishing spots. They also offer church services on Sunday morning. Check in is at 4 pm and check out is at 2 pm. Spots are close together but I’ve seen worse. Campground is clean and wasn’t noisy. We will definitely be coming back for a longer stay in the future.

Not lying!

Number of creeks being claimed have been accounted for. Namesake verified!

Pleasantly suprised

This place was very nice, we had site 96, 10ft off the water, concrete pad that was very level, bath houses were clean. There were lots to do here, hiking,bicycling,fishing,boating, tennis courts.. grocery store about 3 miles away with a few restaurants. Definitely a return trip in the plans

Beautiful and great cell phone coverage

We have been looking for a water view, with cell phone signal, in order to be able to work from the camper. Bingo! We are at camp site 35, which is in a cove and I’m not complaining of working from the hammock, overlooking West Point! I will say this particular site in a bit small, and you can’t stay hooked up to the camper… there’s not enough room. Site 36 is a better choice, but it was reserved. The pad is right off the camper and the few feet you walk to get to the lake is easy to access. We will be back!

Amazing views and location

Great property and campground. A few RV sites, tent sites and all setup with privacy. Lots of land to explore and run around. About 45 minutes from Cheaha State Park which is very beautiful with lots of hiking and biking to do. John the host is very accommodating and takes great pride in this gem of a campground he has. We will be back!

Nice place

Reserved out spot long in advance to get a spot on the lake, please do like all campgrounds all sites are not created equal. Most all are concrete pads and level but if your camper is over 25’ or so length may cause a problem. Not really any hiking to do other than take a walk around the campground that’s huge. Kids on bikes seemed to be having a ball, mostly relaxing and if your into fishing for adults. Lake sites are huge and well spaced out with plenty of shade and privacy, others seemed packed in (as with most parks). Verizon was weak over most of the property talk and text ok but data not so much.

Military friendly

This place shows great appreciation for their military members currently serving with free entry to the regular park. This place is the perfect weekend getaway for any and all to just relax and enjoy the beautiful lake and abundant forests

Great Lake Camping

Our site (and many others) backed up to the shoreline. The water level was down, but the water edge was an easy several steps down from our site.

Great shade. Clean.

Bathrooms need new fixtures and stalls, but were as clean as they could be given the rust and disrepair.

Sites well spaced and quiet.

Verizon service was strong.

Great sunsets.

Would definitely visit again.

So nice and renovated

We camped here May 2020 and it was our first trip in the new trailer. Arrived in the fog at night and realized we didn’t have cell service around our site but I was proud that we conquered the backing up and hooking up with no issues. We were impressed by all their new updates to the campground, and it was just a beautiful campsite where we were I believe it was S5 in the #1 campground loop. We were also impressed by the mountain bike trails. We heard they were updating the WiFi soon after we stayed, so looking forward to going back.

Favorite Secret

This is a great little place to hide away for a few days and just enjoy the outdoors. It is a National Historic Site with preserved/restored sites of historic French and early American forts from the 1700s-early 1800s. There are 39 sites. Most are big-rig friendly. There is room for tents as well. The is one group site. All sites have 50/30/20 power and water. A dump station is located at the entrance to the campground. The bathhouse showers have terrible shower heads, but are functional. There is a boat launch. There are two hiking trails in addition to the large open areas in the park. There are frontier re-enactments at various times of the year. RV fees are $20/night and a discount is available for military and seniors. We enjoy this park often -but keep it a secret just between us.