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16 Reviews of 4 Oateston, Alabama Campgrounds
This place is amazing. We had started to lose hope that campgrounds like this still exist, but apparently they do.
It’s gorgeous. It’s clean. It’s peaceful. It’s free! What else could you possibly want.
There are a lot of gators in the river, so swimming is a no go however.
There is no…
Absolutely love this place. Super easy to find, you just go down a red clay road. There’s plenty of sites up close to the pond, fire pits everywhere, picnic tables, clean garbages. The trooper came by in the morning and cleaned the bathrooms and changed the garbages. Overall this place is so clean…
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Free. Found a good spot with a view of the water. Watched the alligators and birds on the water. Was able to easily launch a canoe as there is a boat ramp. Vault toilets were available. Picnic table, fire ring, and grill at each campsite.
Site #89, nice level site with shade. The other sites nearby are very close so no a lot of privacy.
Campground was very busy with swimmers, fishermen, boats and jet skis. Not like the state parks I have camped.
Engineer beach is fun and family friendly! The campsites and facilities are clean. A dump station is conveniently located at the entrance of the park. The bath house also has a laundry room. There is a small park with a swing set, teeter totter, and basketball hoop. There is also a boat dock which…
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Nice COE park. Level sites, many on the water. Some sites really wet with standing water in rainy weather. Host was not very accommodating when we asked to be moved to a dry site when the site next door was available, with no one arriving until the next day. It was an over night stop for us.
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Very sincere owners, helpful and assisted in parking. No property lights, hard to be able to keep dogs clean at this early stage. No internet available. Private and good for over night stay. Enjoyed Meant to say also they are very new some grounds are new and not grassy yet but this will be a…
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This is a new RV park with full hookups. WiFi is available for long term guests through Mediacom. Daily, weekly and monthly rates with up charge on electric after 800 kWh.
On the outskirts of Columbus. Fishing, Paved river walk for walking and biking, near Ft Benning and golf course. Pleasant…
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Great military campground. Water and electric, on site dump station. Laundry room clean and good price. Large sites that are spaced well for privacy. No wifi, but good cell phone service. Would highly recommend
My seasonal five-star rating is based on being here in the offseason. There is just something about having a campsite right on the water that is so peaceful. However, in the summer, I would imagine the water would be clogged with boats zooming around, and we would not find it so peaceful or…
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Stayed December 2019 for a long weekend. The sites are all very nice with fire ring, lantern pole, picnic table, small counter height table, and concrete pad for your camper or tents. Ample additional parking available. Bathrooms were well maintained. We stayed in the Oakwood loop. River Chase loop…
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One of my favorite campsites to go to, but not a lot of shade on all the sites next to the water. Fall is such a great time to camp here.
Loved staying here! Takes a minute to get there, have to go down a red dirt road. It’s up next to water that has alligators you can see at night. Free campground, great place to fish, quiet & really pretty! Great place to get away from the world. We stayed in a tent during March. There were…
We tent camped in February 2019 on site 47 right on Lake Eufaula! Bathhouse was clean. Most sites are either on the lake or have a view of the lake. Bring your fishing poles and boats, lots of activity on the water! We want to try sites 49, 50, 51, 60, 61, 92, 122...these are on our list as the…
Camped here in December and it was very quiet. I prefer cool weather for camping here in the South, as I'd rather huddle under a blanket by a fire than sit inside in AC when the temp reaches 90 degrees plus. Lots of pretty foliage remaining on the trees and birds were active.
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