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I’ll start out from the beginning of my experience in a nut shell. On the way to Florida from NE Alabama we experienced our first blow out. Sat on the interstate for 2 hours. Get to our first camp ground and can’t get to an open restaurant and there’s no stores with groceries due to panic buying during hurricane sally. Made do with meatless spaghetti. Woke up the next morning to the camp ground flooded and mostly evacuation. Pulled out of there and ended up staying at a hotel. On our way home we had a second blow out less than 30 minutes after getting on the road. My husband decides that we are going to find somewhere to stay and replace all tires before trying to continue home. I called the lovely folks at oaks family campground and they kindly took us in with no more than a 10 minute notice. They made a point to come speak to us while we set up. Didn’t worry us with payment and check in until we were settled. Gave us directions to the near by Walmart and tire stores. The grounds themselves are simply perfect. Not a piece of grass out of place. It is very quiet and off the main road but close enough to town. Clean well functioning amenities. The concrete pads and wide sites make for an easy set up for any level camper. 10/10 recommend this campground and would give it more stars if possible. Happy camping!
We have camped at this campground a couple times and each time we've loved it. The campground is nice and neat and clean, the playground is awesome it has a zipline and it will hold grown-ups we like to play on, it is very well kept, the owners are very helpful and accommodating, will definitely return again. And it's right on the outskirts of town making it convenient if you forgot something at home to run to town and get. This is a new campground Andres I said we absolutely love it
We had a great experience camping here! We’re seasoned tent campers but just bought our first RV and had a ton of questions 😂. Robbie was so helpful and knowledgeable, he made our stay super easy and shared all kinds of helpful tips. Friendly staff and neighbors!
The campground is very clean, neat and tidy. It’s very clear the maintenance of the grounds is never let go. The concrete pads are level and have plenty of maneuvering space around them(helpful especially if you’re new). The bathhouse has 4 large private bathrooms with showers, toilets, sink and an oversized bench for your stuff. The pavilion has grills, a tv and a massive brick fireplace. The pond is very peaceful and makes for a great spot to watch the sunrise. It’s also full of fish for you to catch and there’s a designated fish cleaning station by the bath houses! There’s also a fenced in miniature dog park! There’s a cell tower nearby so service is great and our HDTV antenna picked up crystal clear. The park is easily accessible from the highway and clearly marked. The gravel road in the campground is tidy, solid and well maintained like the rest of the park.
We’ll be back again very soon!
Privately owned resort with gated entry-code only. Quiet and relaxing with nicely land scape sites. Full Hook-up at all the sites. Big rig easy access. We have stayed here twice and enjoyed our stay. They have everything covered- great store, pool, showers you will envy, laundry mat, and fishing peers. A little pricey, but it’s worth the splurge. You will appreciate what they offer.
A private, gated road leads to level, stamped concrete pads landscaped with red lava rock around 2 lakes with great fishing either on the water or newly renovated or rebuilt piers lighted for night fishing. They have, likely, the nicest shower rooms you'll encounter on the rv trail. A well equipped camp store has everything you need to get by and some things you didn't realize you need ( hello hammock seats that I had to drop $200 on). They have townhouse cabins and glamping yurts as well as a community center, pool, and laundry room. Full hookups and Wi-Fi. Sites not located on the waterfront are elevated so they still have a water view. Since buying this resort a few years ago, the new owners have poured their hearts and souls into updating this resort into a next level haven for the new generation of the rv lifestyle.