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Easily one of my favorite campgrounds to visit. Plenty of trails to walk or ride and just a great place to get away from town.
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Oak Mountain State Park is a fantastic destination. However the campground isn’t the best. Loop A is better than Loop B. Loop B has limited trees. Both loops have old bathroom facilities. They are clean but old. Loop B RV sites are oriented so that to sit around the fire you are basically…
Sites are kinda tight but everyone was very friendly and nice to talk to. The vendors in the art cabins was very nice and had amazing work. Any thing you need is at the store also drinks food and simple rv necessities and firewood. And a lot of history and hiking.
This is a must visit park. Plan to stay at least 3 days. The campground is very nice. The bathrooms and showers need some maintenance, but overall it's nice. There are many activities for everyone of all ages and abilities. They have a Gulf course, an interactive farm, wildlife area with animals,…
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This is a small area for backcountry camping in the Weogufka State Forest. You can park fairly close to the site and there is enough space for a couple of hammocks or a single tent. There are better sites in the area but this one is easy to access and is already established. The hiking in the area…
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So I've only camped here in a Tent & RV. There are nice Bathhouses that include Toilets, Urinals, Sinks, Stand-Up Showers & Lights! There is also WiFi and a small beach. And Cabins that are not in the campground area you can camp Primitive campsites, one's with power & water hookups…
We loved the history and beauty of THSP. Everyone was so friendly, but we felt like we were on top of the people beside us.
This site appears to have a platform that was built to set up a tent on where an old building used to stand. The fireplace is the only part that is still in place which would actually be kind of nice to use on a cold night. There are even metal rings installed on the platform that you could use to…
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Quiet Big shady trees Creek goes through it Lots of neat buildings Camp store has some items and snacks
The not so good:
Not much information on what you are looking at or should look for
Picnic tables in sad shape
Camping spots had a bit of a parking lot feel
Bathhouse in disrepair…
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This quiet campground has great staff. Clean restrooms. Easy in and out
We only stayed one night. Large campground, broken into 3 areas. Lots of camp sites and cabins too. Campground was wooded, clean and had all the amenities you could need.
This is a review for the backpacking shelter located along the Pinhoti trail in Weogufka State Forest. This is the closest camping site to the Southern Terminus of the trail and is a great overnight option. The shelter is has a platform that goes around 3 walls on the inside which is enough space…
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Always enjoy Gunter Hill...plenty of space and scenery is good anytime of the year..we have been here several times..
We're craft vendors at Tannehill Trade Days March- November and we've started camping out there every month. My grandkids absolutely love it. The ride their bikes, play in the creek, and eat great ice cream from the creamery!
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We needed a place in a pinch since we got on the road in the afternoon. Spoke with a very nice man on the phone (Jim Scott if memory serves me) who directed us to book online... $18 for the night and we had running water, a fire pit, and a decent little plot overlooking a section of the Alabama…