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1 RV Park near Berry, Alabama
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Berry. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Berry in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $14.00
There are two distinct areas of this campground - the "river front", and the "creek side". The river front sites are right on the Black Warrior River approximately a mile downstream from Lock 17 dam. These sites are all back-in, or head-in, and most have a deck extending out toward the river. Fishing is possible, but not practical at these sites because of the shallow water and logs near the shore. However, it's a great place to launch a kayak or pull up a bass boat. The other area of the campground is up a hollow perpendicular to the river, with most campsites situated around a creek which runs down through the hollow. This area is old growth forest with a very heavy tree canopy. Sites for both areas are flat and level with concrete pads. The lengths given on the Recreation.gov website are accurate for the entire length. We stayed on site 4 on the river front. This site is situated for back-in with the awning side toward the river, but there is a retaining wall that limits the width of the site between the wall and a deck post. We were able to park a triple slide fifth wheel in the space, but could not walk between the body of the trailer and the deck post - use caution if selecting this site. Sites 3 and 7 are situated for a unit which can be pulled straight in, such as a class A or C (and still have the awning side toward the river). There are a mix of back-in and pull-thru sites in the "creek side" area. There is NO CELL PHONE coverage in the campground! OTA reception is limited to just the river sites. Satellite reception is very limited in the creek side sites because of the heavy tree canopy. Bathrooms are very clean and the showers have real mix valves - no push buttons. There is only one full bath house for the campground (37 sites). Two playgrounds, a beach with shower house, several fishing piers and a good dump station. Water pressure was very good, lighting at night was limited to the bath houses and bridges. - Bama Camper
Feb 2017 - $26.00
We have stayed here quite a few times. We love it. Quite and relaxing. Water front sites are really nice. 2, 3 and 7 are backwards so your camper faces woods instead of water. That's my only complaint. 8, 6, 5, 4, 1 are very nice level pads. Park is beautiful. FYI, if you want cell service or TV, have satellite or WiFi. That for me is great, no phones really helps you to unwind. Park is well kept. Too many logs in water in front of camp sites but not something that will keep me away. The place is beautiful. - Burchfield branch park
Sep 2016 - $26.00
We stayed in a back in site, right next to the water. We were able to put our kayaks in right in front of our site. The pad was level. The only "issue" was because of the wood railing we could not use our grill on the back of the camper. It is on a swing arm, and the rail was too close. No problem for use, we used the fire pit and cooked inside. There is a charcoal grill located at the site. We didn't use it. Nice deck and picnic table. Nice swimming area, nice playground, and boat ramp available. - Dayball