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60 Reviews of 10 Lottie, Alabama Campgrounds
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
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…
Giant Rv spots that were very spaced and secluded. Staff were great although not very attentive. We left out in the evening to visit friends and they wanted to know what time we’d be back. We said we weren’t sure and they seemed a little out off because they had to “close the gate”. They just said…
Super friendly staff and the spots, wowza, they are huge and all pull through. Bring your bikes, lots of roads to explore with little traffic. Oh, and all sites also have sewer!
This is a neat little campground that kinda sits between 8 mile and Saraland,AL. Not a very big area for you to camp if you have a pull behind or big RV. But people do manage to get the bigger camper and RV's in and parked. Could use a little more clean up in the three bathhouses and around the…
If you bring nothing but a love of history this is the perfect spot for you.
If you bring your family, this is the perfect spot for you.
If you bring a horse, a bike, or good hiking shoes this is the perfect spot for you.
If you bring a need for getting back to nature, a good book and a tent,…
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Nice sites spread throughout the recreation area. Although they are free they most be reserved online at www.camplife.com. the sites each have a picnic table, fire ring and grill. They are currently working to add pavilions at each site. Trash and a porta potty are located on site. There is also a…
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This is a great place for a stopover. Tent spots lined the waterside and they allowed boondockers. Clean restrooms. Boat ramp that the locals frequent often. There is a friendly and helpful host from October until April. He locked the gate at night. We have stayed at the host site in late spring…
Friendly staff, clean areas, wooded & great for hiking & bike riding.
Beautiful park with alot of history to see, well maintained trails, and camp sites.
Head's up. I just called to ask about reserving an RV site. They no longer have those types of sites.
We enjoyed 2 nights here along the tensaw river. There is a big boat ramp to explore the delta. The bathrooms and showers are clean. And there is a disc golf course also