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Full hook ups and most of the sites are well spaced. You can get a bay view but they go quick. Sites are mostly level. Great camp store that is well stocked. The staff is great and always ready to help,
Best part was being able to bike to the beach and no charge with your site pass. There are…
This KOA isn't the greatest but it isn't one of the worst I've stayed at. I'd stay again, but only if there wasn't camping availability around the area except for here.
Pros: Location on the bay - 👌 Pool/hot to on site Close to fuel stations Close to main roads to get you where you want to go…
There is nothing special about this rv park. It has hook ups. You can walk to the bay and casino. It felt safe and the pad was level. I would stay there again.
It was great except for the yellow flies that were everywhere. Not as bad once we got in our spot.
Overall….meh. The RV sites are not on any type of paved or level ground and are not suitable for larger RVs. They're VERY close together and there are a lot of trees. They call them "pull through" sites but there isn't enough room to pull through and turn onto the road (you could barely pull a…
This campground is nice and well kept. Facilities are fairly new. Close to tensas river. Only negative is there are virtually no trees in campground and it’s a little pricey at $40 a night
This park is right on Mobile Bay (technically Bay John) and is a beautiful park. The sites are well space out and our site #29 was perfectly level! Nice asphalt parking and patio are so we didn't even need to put out a rug.
My wife and I stayed for 3 days. The worst part was had to hike in about a mile to primitive camp and the spots are not well marked. One we got set up though had a great time beautiful spot. Then had to pack and hike out
Pulled in here and initially thought it was full until I saw signs for two primitive camping areas.
One had a small boat launch area for fishing boats or personal watercraft.
The other was perfectly situated at a few of the park's trailheads.
I chose the latter. For $13, it was a chill…
We spent 4 days at this camp site. There is two different sites on with poured pads and the other just dirt. The sites are night and day different. One kept up and the other ran down. Unable to get on the good side due to long term retired campers. However, overall good place to stay for the cost.…
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Tent camping was very peaceful and great location to everything. Such a great few days we had here
There is not a lot to do in the campground, but it is close to a lot of things. We had nice shade for our tent. The park was full but really quiet. There were mostly older people there when we went. It was a nice place to relax. Not far from the beach and entertainment.
Easy access from town and nearby aquarium and art museums. Great drive on 90 along the beach to get there. Check out the small but interesting William Anderson art museum close by the campground. Park was full but sites are well spaced. Clean bathroom with separate shower rooms. Easy walk to the…
This place totally surprised us with how nice it was! They accept Passport America, so a full hookup sight was about $9/night. $18 without Passport America. Sites are large and private. Many are pull through. We had our own kayaks and bikes, so we went kayaking in the creek and mountain biking on…
Very quiet park. All the trails were nice