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13 RV Parks near Anniston, Alabama
Aug 2018 - $30.00
I have enjoyed my stay there. The people for the most part are very nice. The owner is delightful. The groundskeeper is always riding around to assist you. It can be noisy during rush hour.I liked my stay. I would say it's a nice place to stay. The owner is a beautiful woman who loves to make sure your stay is all that you need it to be. I hope you stay and enjoy yourself. - Sartor
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a quiet little park. All grass but clean. Friendly owner. We were in 43 foot motor home. Nothing fancy but good to stay while traveling. Highway noise during busy travel but not bad. Feels safe. We would stay again. Going to races and she said she doesn't raise her rent for races. I would give it a higher rate if they had pads for Rv. We don't use bath houses so that doesn't matter to us. - Pam_Ricky
Nov 2011 - $15.00
Basically a field with hook-ups. Power and water pressure are good. The sites are not level and our water valve box housed a mound of fire ants. The road noise level is very high. We were the only transient guests this particular day and shared the campground with a handful of very run-down full time trailers. Price reflects PA discount. - Full-Time Roamers
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Nice campground. No hook ups available at all. Sites are not really laid out, just park where you want for the most part. We parked right on the creek and with the mountains on both sides of you it is a beautiful place. Bike riding on the Chief Ladiga Trail and hiking on the Pinhoti tail or maybe a kayak or canoe ride down the creek. Very nice and super dark at night. Great star gazing! Lots of church groups and boy scouts. We will go back and hookups are in the future although I'm not sure that would really be a good thing. - Bird-Freak
Nov 2010 - $15.00
This not yet completed park is located in a beautiful valley between Terrapin Creek and the Chief Ladiga Trail (Rail to Trail, Anniston, Al to Atlanta, GA. and has spectacular views. It is very private, but easily accessible by any size rig. Bath houses and office are complete and park is generally laid out. Utilities will be in by Spring 2011. Terrapin Creek, Chief Ladiga Trail and the Pinhoti trail are accessible from the park property. We biked the Chief Ladiga to the AL/GA state line where it connects with the Silver Comet Trail that leads on through GA to the outskirts of Atlanta. The campground is open for dry camping and will remain available during construction. Easily the most beautiful campsite we have ever seen. Bill is very accommodating. It is 7 miles to Piedmont, AL, where most anything you need is available. Don't miss this one. - houstown
Nov 2018 - $35.00
This campground is located conveniently off of the highway. Once inside the the campground the roads are well maintained and but tight to navigate.
In general, the campground’s facilities are okay. This campground appears to be full of full time tenants and very few short term campers.
The campground served its purpose for a quick stop over while traveling though. I would not stay here for an extended period of time. - Pigcrib
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We were late arriving at the park and had to find our site, which wasn't a big issue because there were just a couple open. We found a spot and hooked up. I didn't have the correct change so I thought we would stop on our way out to pay and get our change. But they were not open when we were leaving so we just paid a little more and left. To my surprise, we received the change in the mail shortly after we got home. I was very grateful to have stayed with such an honest park. I would stay there again for sure. - Brenda Cantrell
May 2018 - $35.00
The park is across from the river and four lane highway. The noise is overbearing. You hear the traffic all day and night. When you are on job assignment it makes it hard to rest for work hearing cars and loud music all day and night. - Sartor