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Full hookups, playground for kids, lots of little lakes and river access throughout the park. It was too cold for water activities during our stay, but we had a wonderful time walking around and exploring the property. Quiet, clean spots. Wonderful atmosphere. We’ll definitely be back!
Campground itself isn't large only about 50+ sites. Most are full hook up with less then 20 being power and water only. Very well maintained and always making improvements.
Sites~ most are spacious but need more tree growth to have the illusion of privacy. Pads are gravel but fairly level. Some back up to water.
Bathhouse~ The newest BH is very nice, well maintained and clean. 4 shower stalls with doors and curtains. They are about to start construction on a second BH.
Things to do~ No real biking or hiking trails. Small lake/lg pond to fish in and river for swimming. They offer tubing trips through the campground $5 per person and it's maybe 2 hrs with stops. Horseback riding trails and accommodations.
Great campground for hanging with friends and lounging at the river, clean and well maintained. If your looking for activities and places to go this is not the best choice.
This place is amazing. Free food free showers and free cabins you cannot be that. It is Christian based but they do not bother you if your not into that. They have a science centre and all kinds of activities. If you have kids you must go camping here. You will not regret it.
Bring Your horses and ride, swim, tube.
Isolated yet only one hour and a half from Mobile, AL. Plenty of room at each site. Well kept facilities. Hot showers. Located on Big Escambia Creek. Tubing and horseback riding available in season. Secure campground. Well kept secret.
Visiting here it looked like a pretty new site off of I65 on the way to Montgomery. They have several nice RV spots with available tubing and swimming. The spots are pretty large but there is not really any privacy since everything is in open loops. They also have a tent only section but I was unable to take a look since the recent rain in the area made it inaccessible. They have tons of cool activities to do around the reserve and the guys at the front were very friendly. It is definitely a site worth checking out if you are in the area and want a campground that provides both a place for sleeping and activities to explore. Just remember it can get pretty hot in this area in the summer.