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2 RV Parks near Alexander City, Alabama
Sep 2018 - $28.00
We have camped at Wind Creek for 20+ years. Have always enjoyed it because it gives us access to the lake and is close to home. Some things to be aware of are that starting in 2018, from March 1 to October 31 ALL waterfront sites have to be reserved for 7 days. You can still walk up and you *might* be able to rent a waterfront site for fewer than 7 days, if one is available. Keep in mind that most of them do NOT have sewer connections, so you will need to bring a portable dump tank or plan to disconnect and dump if staying a while. Something else to be aware of if you are bringing water toys is that a lot of the waterfront sites now have huge boulders in the water to create a sort of sea wall (prevent erosion), so you might have a water VIEW, but no water ACCESS (even though you pay extra). The older sites need a lot of work - badly. When these were created, most RVs didn't have slides so you will need to be careful with placement of your RV. A lot have tree roots pushing the pavement up. The roads are one way and very narrow on the loops, which makes the sites even harder to back into, especially if it's crowded or a lot of people parked right next to the road (which is common). But all in all it is a nice park, it just needs to be updated. There are no other campgrounds nearby, so it's pretty much take it or leave it in this area. - DebDeb
Apr 2018 - $28.00
We had a delightful four night stay at this very large campground (over 500 sites) in April 2018. Our site did require leveling on blocks but was long enough for our 27 foot trailer and tow vehicle. Sites appear to be undergoing renovation and some of the renovated sites on the water had concrete surfaces. Ours was asphalt in reasonably good shape. The lake is beautiful. There were few campers during the week but the park filled up on the weekend. We had no problems with noise even on the weekend. This is a good park for overnight or stays of a week or more. Waterfront sites require a 7 day stay. Two night minimum stay for weekends on all sites and 3 night minimum for holiday weekends. - Florida 55
Apr 2018 - $52.00
This is a huge park , a little off the beaten path but beautiful. We stayed in the new luxury section that has 55 spots, all 50 amps, concrete pads, sewer and right on the water. Sites are large with plenty of room to maneuver our 45 ft. with towed. The only problem we ran into was if you make reservations for one of these sites in advance you must stay 7 nights, if you just walk-in you can stay for only 1-2 nights if you like. This is a very popular weekend park during the season so it stays busy and can be a little noisy with boats and children at times. There are horse trails , fishing, lake swimming and boat launch facilities and it is excellently maintained with gated entrance and plenty of security. The closest restaurants are in Alexander City which is about 5 miles as is the closest Walmart. There is a Dollar General store about a mile from the park which is great for cokes, snacks, ice, etc. Will definitely stay again. - bg3putts
Oct 2018 - $5.00
I was in the tent camping area. There were 3 employees working at the Marina. When I got to my campsite the trash cans on all sites were full and trash scattered by raccoons. I stayed 3 nights and not once did anyone come empty the trash cans. No toilet paper in bathrooms. Found that out the hard way. There is so much work to do there. If there are 3 employees only 1 should be at the Marina, especially since all they sell is ice. The others need to be cleaning up the campsites and bathrooms. Great place on the lake. Very beautiful. But it is being so neglected. - Badonkadonk
May 2017 - $20.00
I read all the bad reviews. Thought it couldn't be that bad. It is. This campground seems to be a neglected step child among the mostly decent military campgrounds that I have been to. Our pad and the other TT accompying us had to be elevated 5 inches just to be close to level. Our two pads were dirt only. The picnic tables were on ground so unlevel a coffee cup slid off. Our pad required a 100' back-in, downhill, on dirt and pine straw, with a 90 degree turn at the bottom. Next to it is was an array of three TTs sitting at all different angles in a hillside with so much stuff scattered about it looked like a yard sale. If you come here avoid sites 41, 42, 51 and possibly others. Better yet go across the lake to the State Park. We wanted to do that but waited too late for Memorial weekend reservations. Now we know why this place was available. - Tidy Boy
Sep 2014 - $20.00
The location of this park on Lake Martin is great, but park amenities are in extreme disrepair. Our site was water/electric only right on the lake with its own dock and good tree coverage. But the site was so unlevel that even with leveling jacks it took over an hour to level it. The entire campground is ant infested so bring at least 2-3 cans of ant killer because they will get in and on your RV. The bathrooms are full of spiderwebs, ants, and black mold. Only one of the two showers in the men's and women's bathrooms worked and the sink in the women's bathroom actually fell out of the wall. When I tried to use the dumping station, it was full of ants and over flowing with sewage. For the kids there is a small beach and a new playground. Boats are also available for rent. - Cap'n G