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3 RV Parks near Butler, Alabama
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Butler. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Butler in the left hand column.
Apr 2009 - $39.00
Web site offers hot tub, none there, offers food, only on weekends and then only if the owner feels like it. Offers WiFi, nope unless you are right next to the office only. Offered fishing pond. Nope again. Lots offered but little provided. Cabins are moldy and smell of mildew. Laundry has been out of order for over a year. Pop Machines are out of order over a year also. Told us rate was $400 per month for being a snow bird rate. Then raised it to $450 and told us we used too much power but we didn't. Place is in need of someone to run the place that understands that the camper is not there for him but he is there for the camper. Will not return, ever! We had a verbal agreement with the owner to stay a long time as we had legal issues we were taking care of in Tallahassee Fl. He gave us a weeks notice to pull out or pay the daily rate for only thirty days more. We were there from October 2008 to April 2009. We had planned to stay longer to take care of things. Place got flooded out every time it rained as no drainage ditches, or drain control at all. Overall not a good experience! - oldfoxbob
Nov 2018 - $7.00
Nice park next to the Tombigbee River. Many of the sites are right next to the river. It is a neat part of the experience to see the boats and barges cruise by. Very clean campground with an attentive volunteer staff. The campground is set in the woods and is very scenic. Lots of space and privacy between sites. Not many OTA TV channels but I imagine satellite TV would be fairly easy in spite of the trees. We had no T-Mobile signal. The campground is kind of remote so take provisions with you. There are a couple of convenience/gas stations nearby but shopping is maybe 20 miles away. - Lance 47
Oct 2018 - $24.00
It is a very nice, clean park. However, it is very quiet, too quiet. The man beside us complained about our 2 beagles barking (they barely were) while he was reading his book. Everyone goes to bed around 7:00. Even one volunteer said, it's a wonder you haven't gotten any complaints on those 2 beagles. That is the whole reason for camping, take my babies. This is a nice park for retired people with nothing to do, but be very quiet. We are in our early 40s, just wasn't my place. - Spike0358
Apr 2018 - $13.00
First of all we were actually greeted by the host couple on duty and taken to our site. To have a host act like one (and another also offered any help we might need) was a treat. The second treat was the park itself. The site we were on was a pull through, spacious, included picnic table, grill, grill table and fire ring. We were right along the river and it was quiet, peaceful and lovely. We gave the park a nine only because there was no sewer hook up. The trails at the park provided some good exercise as you'd go up and down and around the wooded forest. We would certainly return here for a longer stay. We were only overnighters. - John-Jean
Oct 2016 - $1.00
We visited the park, but did not stay overnight. We found no sign of any caretaker, host, etc., and no sign indicating there was a camping fee. Phone numbers of two people in the county were provided on signs. It may be free. Campsites were mowed, and water spigots were operating. Could not test for electric service, but when I raised the unique panel lids, large, aggressive, and active paper wasp colonies were present. There were a number of odd bath houses with pitcher pump wells, and a several large group picnic facilities, all well maintained. As for camping, however, because of the remoteness, lack of a host or park manager, and the possibility of being totally alone in a very dark place, I would say to those who may consider camping here that you may be placing yourself in an unsafe environment for your property and possibly your life by staying overnight. Again, my opinion is that this unmanned, remote, and dark county park places an RVer at significant risk of being robbed, at minimum. I cannot recommend this Park to my fellow RVers. - The Happy Traveler
Aug 2015 - $26.00
We were passing through the area and needed a roosting spot. We came into the park at about 5pm on a Sunday afternoon. No one was there--no other campers, no park employees. We selected one of the dozen or so pads. They were all level with full hookups. No shade. The 30 amp breaker tripped a couple of times during the night, and that was a bit eerie in a deserted park where you are the only campers. I cautiously went out to reset. Next morning no employee had arrived by 9am. I called the park number and was routed to park HQ in Montgomery. They asked me to kindly leave a check in the mail box. I thought it was a novel experience being all alone in the middle of no where but my wife was not comfortable with it. I think this park gets active in hunting season. It has a big deer dressing station. The park has a good history display board explaining its origin as a sulfur springs resort, and the old Roman baths built before the Civil War are still there to look at. - Tidy Boy
Dec 2009 - $20.00
We stayed here on our way to Florida from Texas. We wanted to stay off freeways. This place is remote. We had a pleasant overnight stay, we were the only ones here. We got here, picked out a spot and hooked up. We were here an hour or so before the manager came to collect. He was very pleasant. There are springs here. There is a settlement of homes nearby so we could hear activity but we could not see anything due to the trees. They locked the gate at dark but the manager gave us the combination in case of emergency. I did not see any shower building. I saw what appeared to be a pit toilet only. - User1042