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Service Park Campground COE, Coffeeville, Alabama

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $18.00
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This well designed park had nicely paved roads with several pull-through sites right on the banks of Coffeeville Lake. Most sites were heavily shaded by a canopy of large trees. Park attendant on duty. Amenities include a dump station, hot showers, laundry facilities, a pay phone, and a boat ramp near the campgrounds. We camped at Service Park Campground COE in a Travel Trailer.

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Bladon Springs County Park, Coffeeville, Alabama

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $20.00
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We did not stay here. The lots were narrow, not made for slide outs and difficult to back into. The park was quiet, no campers just a picnic group at the pavilion. Once the site of a lavish health spa in the early 1800's, only a few wells with hand-pump remain. The spring water contains sulfur, iron, magnesium, and calcium. We camped at Bladon Springs County Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Old St. Stephens Historical Park, St. Stephens, Alabama

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $16.00
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We were told when making reservations that there was a large number of "permanent" campers and only a few sites available for short term rental. The park rules of a two week maximum stay was obviously not enforced. This park was poorly designed and managed. The road was rough and speed limits were not enforced. All traffic to the small beach area and to the boat landing, drives past the majority of campsites. Vehicles and boats were parked haphazardly, extension cords ran from power poles to makeshift campsites. Golf cart traffic added to the congestion. The website boasted of boat rentals, however the boats were in disrepair and not available. We had visited this park about 10 years ago, and were very disappointed this trip. We camped at Old St. Stephens Historical Park in a Travel Trailer.

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