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Most Recent Pleasant Grove Camping Reviews
Favorite Secret

This is a great little place to hide away for a few days and just enjoy the outdoors. It is a National Historic Site with preserved/restored sites of historic French and early American forts from the 1700s-early 1800s. There are 39 sites. Most are big-rig friendly. There is room for tents as well. The is one group site. All sites have 50/30/20 power and water. A dump station is located at the entrance to the campground. The bathhouse showers have terrible shower heads, but are functional. There is a boat launch. There are two hiking trails in addition to the large open areas in the park. There are frontier re-enactments at various times of the year. RV fees are $20/night and a discount is available for military and seniors. We enjoy this park often -but keep it a secret just between us.

Another secret hiding cpground

This quiet campground has great staff. Clean restrooms. Easy in and out

One of my favorites

Probably one of the best kept secrets. Very clean and peaceful. Great get away location.

Nice site with full hookups

Gunter Hill was a nice COE campground. We had site 32 in the Catoma Loop (only loop open - we stayed at the end of January for one night). The sites are level and had full hookups. Our site had a good view of the lake, but I’m not sure you’d have that view once trees and underbrush have full leaves. Only disappointments were we had a strong sewage smell around our site when we first got there - the smell went away so maybe it was just the direction of the wind (the bath house is across the road). And when we walked through our woods behind our site to look at the lake, we were saddened to see tons of trash in the woods - made the pretty view of the lake a lot less appealing. We would stay here again for a one night, but probably not for a long stay.

Very Nice Park Off Interstate

Very nice RV park next to the casino. Easy access off the Interstate. Concrete pads with full hookups, dog run, small bath house and playground for the kids

Wonderful Campground

This is everything I want in a campground except it has no sewer sites. Flat campground that is easily walkable and can ride bikes. Two of the three bathhouses are well maintained. The bathhouse at the dump station is in Bad need of repairs. Most sites have water views and access. They have laundry as well.

Remote, Affordable USFS campground with Cell service

Payne Lake East is primitive camping that costs $6 dollars a night.  From here you can access the amenities on the west shore.  We are here in mid February and all but one of the full hook up sites on the west side are occupied.  However, on the east side there is only one other camper. The lake is very pretty and has an area for swimming and a boat launch.  On the east side the water is shut off this time of year, but it is available at the dump station.   The east side offers a pit toilet, picnic tables and lantern post at each site.  Apparently there are alligators here, but they are seldom seen this time of year per the campground host. Two to Three bars of Verizon 4G LTE

One of the Best!

We really enjoyed our stay at Wind Creek. The lake is beautiful with plenty amenities. There are quite a few campsites on the lake, the rest still have lake views. Some slots are smaller than others, which is something you have to be cautious about when reserving your spot. Other than that, everything was amazing! Wind Creek is definitely a place we will return to in the near future and quite often! Check out the views from the Silo in the day use area! Amazing views of the lake!

Lakefront Serenity

This park has beautiful sites. We stayed in the premium waterfront (January 15th for 6 days, during offseason) and while there were quite a few other neighbors we felt like we had the place to ourselves. I’m sure the place is hopping during season. We kayaked, fished, hiked and the kids geocached, biked and scootered. Great cell service (my kids homeschool). The bath houses were extraordinarily clean and we saw them cleaning them at least once a day. The camp store was a little bare but had a great selection of live bait and tackle. Would definitely return again

Peaceful Time Away

This campground has zero cell service, so if you can’t do without that read no further. We had a lovely stay here other than that. We enjoyed being waterfront at site #5, but there are 8 total lots on the water and then more sites that are in the wooded area. Lots 4, 5, and 6 seem to be the better ones and if your camping with friends or family 7 and 8 would be a great choice, since they are very close to each other at the end. This campground is pretty much equal distance between Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. We enjoyed our stay. It’s a four star only because of cell service. My mom fell while we were there and my children couldn’t get in touch with us.🥲