18 RV Parks near Boaz, Alabama
Apr 2011 - $12.00
We did NOT stay here. However, we needed someplace to dump our tanks and this was recommended. The park is actually very reasonable for overnighters or short timers. It is next to a RR track, but not sure how busy the line is. Sites appear reasonable and it is an honor system for pay:$15 for pull through, $12 for back in. There were sites also available for pop-top campers on a grassy site. Dump fee was $10. If traveling through the area or in the area for a bit on business, this may well be better than a WalMart or other parking lot. Folks I talked with in the park were friendly and said it was a great spot to stay. Easy drive to WalMart and other stores. - Too-wow
Mar 2002 - $12.00
This is a parking lot. It has electricity, water, sewer & cable. It is OK, but dont expect more. It has no office (someone comes by once a day to collect the rent), no security, no restrooms or showers. We had no problem with this and would stay there again. Roads are gravel, sites are gravel, level and will accommodate big rigs. - Travelin Rose
Oct 2017 - $23.00
The park is easy to access and is in a beautiful location adjacent to Noccalula Falls themselves. Our site is a back-in and has a concrete pad (yeah). The grounds are well maintained by city staff who are very friendly. - TravellerLott
Oct 2017 - $18.00
This park is in a great location to explore Gadsden and surrounding areas. The price is right and the amenities good but there are too many sites that are jammed in together. In some, it's hard to tell which hookups belong to you. Thankfully the fire rings are just rocks so we were able to move ours to a better location. Yes, there's lots of trash bins but the whole park could use a good clean up and rearrangement. - MSSW
Sep 2017 - $23.00
Well placed hookups. Fairly level sites. Nice trails. Helpful employees. Beautiful waterfalls. - USA#1 RVr
May 2017 - $30.00
The campground was very clean and quiet. The staff was helpful and very kind. I carried a dog and everything went well. - JS_123
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Beautiful property on the lake, terribley maintained and awful layout of sites, at least in the "B" section. Everyone squished together worse than a bad private campground. I have been to many state parks but this has to be near the bottom. Don' t expect to sleep through the night here either, as the weekends bring rowdy crowds, which the staff don't care about. Booking site describes sites as shaded which they are not, and of course wifi nonexistant. - procamper
Dec 2016 - $27.00
Never saw anyone cleaning or working in the campground sites. They were messy with cigarette butts and such and didn't appear freshened from the last campers. Nice hikes, could use improved tree markings. Great staff inside the camp store. Excellent WIFI, thanks. Gorgeous views. - Lemonade jouney
Oct 2017 - $32.00
This appears to be a new park, maybe less than a year. It is an excellent park, great location and very good access to the interstate. Even though it was less than a mile from the interstate, the noise was hardly noticeable. Sites are all pull-through, cable has only about 10 or so channels. Only negatives are a little tight on the turns. If they moved the rocks marking the lanes, then no problem. Each site had a small nice grass lawn. Will stay again in our 42' fifth wheel. There was a lake with pull/back-ins. Mostly Class A's were parked in these spots. - Jack&Wanda
Oct 2017 - $42.00
This park has lots of different sites - sunny, shady, along the Coosa River, not on the water, pull-through, back-in. All sites seemed level. A guy in a vehicle something like a golf cart leads you to your site. We were in site 171 along the river with a gravel pad, no grass and it was dry and dusty. We had to park our tow vehicle across the road from the campsite because it was not long enough. Along the river is a nice walking trail with wooden swings that seat 2 people, flowers and shrubs. There is a nice park with trees, shrubs & a chapel which is like walking through a forest. If you are traveling north on 411/Rainbow Dr. turn right after Waffle House & before McDonalds on River Rd. - there is a dedicated right turn lane here. Park is close to a shopping mall and restaurants. The only thing we did not like is that an army of tiny ants climbed up our sewer hose, into the water/sewer compartment and RV living room. We had to spray or smush ants off the living room wall, kitchen cabinets & sink and the dog food. Next time we go we will spray all parts of the RV that touch the ground after we hook up. The 2 couples who camped with us also got ants in their rigs. There are no fire rings but you may bring your own off-the-ground fire pits. There are 2 lodges available for groups. Cable TV had about 60 channels. The swimming pools are very nice. - Lini
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Sites are gravel with grass. We had a riverfront site. Beautiful location. - Recycled
Jul 2017 - $42.00
This was our first time camping at this campground and it was wonderful. One of the most clean parks we have ever been to. The view of the river was amazing. Very nice staff. - Spirit1999
Jan 2017 - $30.00
Upon our arrival, we couldn't help but notice the 5.1 mph speed limit sign! We got a good chuckle out of that, but I could swear that one lady was cruising along on her golf cart doing AT LEAST 5.5 mph!!! haha. We met the "Sheriff" at the gate. Park manager wears a baseball cap that says Sheriff and his golf cart has a blue light on top, so he patrols the park. We called him when we were about 15 mins out to alert him of our ETA. He let us in upon arrival, & led us to our camp site. Check in was as easy as handing him our card at the site, he swiped it with his phone, handed us a receipt, and voila! We were checked in. Easy peasy! All sites are gravel, long and spacious, and pull-thru. Our site could have easily fit two of our 26' Class C rvs and a long bed pick-up. I believe only permanent residents (along the perimeter of the park) have concrete pads. The park is set up so that all traffic flows in one direction. Big rigs should have no trouble maneuvering. We were quite pleased with the fact that the power (both 30 and 50 amp), water, AND sewer hook-ups were located alongside the rig in a grass strip, about 5' wide, that separates each site. So convenient!! Just a few steps from our rig was the bathrooms and laundry building - all of which were meticulous and roomy. We were there in January, so the grounds were bare, but I can imagine that this place is gorgeous in the spring, summer and fall. The grounds are well maintained and there is a pool patio area with picnic tables, benches, soda machine, a swing set for children. Also noticed horseshoes, a gold fish pond with a small waterfall, & walking trails. There are fire rings around the park. Wifi and cell signal were excellent. Park is pet friendly. The only downside was the amount of traffic noise we heard from the road, but when trees are blooming, it should buffer the noise. Everyone was friendly and nice. We enjoyed our stay. - GaTripsters
May 2016 - $30.00
Great park with wide open sites and good wi-fi, water pressure and super friendly people. Definitely will return. - The DnD Adventure
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Nicest park in Guntersville!
They have the largest pull through sites of any campground we have ever stayed in. I have a Lincoln Navigator and pull an Airstream. I also have a 1946 Diamond T Truck that we take with us for fun. I can fit all of this on the lot plus 2 more vehicles if needed.
The park is clean and safe. They have recently won a beautification award from Guntersville.
Restrooms are nice, very, very clean.
WiFi is the best of any park we have stayed at.
We have stayed a month and will definitely return. My wife is from Guntersville so we come here 2-3 times per year.
The staff and owners are very friendly.
Originally we planned to stay a few days, then decided to stay a week, then 2 and in a few days we will have been here a month!
I could say many more great things about this park but space is limited. - TravelinMan57
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Clean park with concrete or paved sites. Owner owned sites. Most are back in, although there are six huge modern pull through. Public lake access within a mile. Park roads are somewhat tight but easily negotiated. - GIJoe2011
Jul 2013 - $40.00
Great Park. Ownership, but they do rent some sites. Very friendly, near lots of wilderness, hiking, parks and lakes for fishing. - User3143
Apr 2012 - $22.00
A little out of the way and not on the lake, but very clean and a very friendly manager. This is a deed purchase park where unused lots are rented as camp sites. All roads are paved, and the sites are large with concrete pads and patios. Water hook up was a little inconvenient, but managable. We would stay here again. - ratracer
May 2017 - $10.00
Bought a membership in March. Pro's. Staff is great. Very well maintained. Con's Very crowded during holiday periods. Constant parade of golf carts, ATV's cars and trucks from daylight until quiet time. Would like them to ban all the traffic unless arriving or departing. Way too much traffic, don't feel safe when walking or biking due to constant traffic. - Esccargot
Jul 2016 - $15.00
This was the most crowded park I have ever seen. Spaces were right on top of each other. There was barely enough room to open your RV awning. Long walk to the trash. Outdoor pool a long walk: we didn't use it.
Lake is beautiful. - Cutter
Feb 2016 - $10.00
This place should be called a campground, not a"resort!" It was very old, and in need of cleaning and repair. The welcome center and game room building had mildew and mold on the exterior siding. The inside smelled musty, and looked as if it was stuck in a 70's time warp. The concrete pad at our camp site was cracked, and there were two big chunks of cement from the pad lying next to it. Several of the cabins we passed had siding hanging off. We would never stay here again! I can't fathom why it is called a "resort." To be fair, the one good thing I can say is that it is located next to Guntersville Lake, which is a beautiful lake. However there are other campgrounds in the area on the lake, and it wouldn't take much for them to be more appealing than this place! - Mable Irene
May 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for four weeks as part of a UMC NOMADS volunteer mission project and would love to stay longer. Last year part of our project included updating the pavilion and bathrooms closest to the RV sites so they are now like new. There are 10 full hookup sites, three of which have 50 amp. All sites are level and the utilities worked well, except on the hottest days when everyone was running air conditioners the voltage on the end sites dropped below 105 volts. Some of the sites are shaded and some are in the sun. The camp has several hiking trails including a paved trail beside the lake that is about a mile long. The camp staff are very friendly and helpful. Be aware that on weekends the pavilion next to the RV sites is rented out for gatherings. On two weekends of our stay there were weddings and on the other weekends there were church picnics. Not a problem for us. This is a beautiful camp in the spring and fall. Winter is usually mild, but summers are hot and buggy. Also, since this is primarily a church camp, during the summer the camp is filled with, well, campers. Also, be aware that cell phone service is very weak here, but the WIFI was great at the sites. The camp has installed a booster for Verizon Wireless at the camp office. We used a cell booster in our rig and it worked well. We will stay here again. - Nomads_2
Jun 2009 - $15.00
In a beautiful valley, owned by the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. Pros - Quiet. Nice paved and non-paved walking trails. Internet available in registration lobby about 1/4 mile away. Convenient if attending an activity at the camp. Nice playground. Cons - Distant to town, bring supplies. Bathrooms and showers connected with a large picnic pavilion used by summer youth campers, could create conflicts during day. Bathrooms in need of a major modernization effort. Tiny biting insects were very bad during the evening and morning hours. Apparently the entire camp is undergoing major financial strain and is in need of donations (according to website). We would not camp here again in June due to the insect problem, but might return in cooler months. - The Happy Traveler