6 RV Parks near Centreville, Alabama
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Centreville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Centreville in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Very friendly and helpful staff which includes a park ranger. The park was full this weekend with a group of archery competition and the Dixie division military group showing their military replica vehicles. The park was very clean and they now have sewer connections on all sites.
The park has a pool, the ironworks furnace and lots of trails as well as a couple of cabins that have artist and leather crafts. They also have great cabins we have stayed in on other occasions and bingo on Friday nights. Spaces range from close togetherness to lots of extra room depending on area.
Great place to enjoy quiet weekend and meet and make new friends. - Tweety522
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Whoever set up the camping at this park has never been to another campground. We paid for an "electric and water" site. Turns out it was primitive camping on the side of a hill with dips, dirt, mud, rocks, and fallen branches but no actual sites. The water and electric were a few connections spread out over the entire space. There was no spot to camp with an RV where you could reach both, and nothing actually level or cleared off. We ended up paying extra for a site with sewer (we had no need for a sewer site). These sites looked like RV parks being small and close together but without the concrete pad.
We asked for a map of the trails and got an old handwritten map that they said wasn't accurate with small lettering and had been copied so many times we couldn't read it. If they have bathroom and/or showers here, I never found them. They aren't near the campsites. There's a pool here that they make a big deal that it's "clean" so that was scary. We don't plan to return here. - J and C
Oct 2015 - $17.00
Extremely nice staff. Beautiful little state park. We stayed in the 'hollow' which has water and electric. Huge width on sites. A few might take a big rig. Lots of trees and a fire pit on site. Roads are dirt and narrow. Sites are a bit tricky to get into but worth it. Great little trail in the woods to walk. They do not take reservations but you can call and find out availability. Restrooms were older but clean. We would definitely stay here again. The rate we had was for Seniors. Best deal we have had in a while! Wifi and cell service is very weak but usable. - joans8849
Dec 2016 - $30.00
This is a lovely park. Staff was excellent. We were in the FHU area in which the sites are very close. If we were to return we would choose one of the WE only sites. They seemed spaced further apart and this time of year, and off season, were practically empty. It was raining when we stayed so we were not able to enjoy the lovely park itself, but it was very pretty. We could not pull through our "pull-through" site due to trees and had to back out. It did seem that there where a couple of units in the FHU area that were longer term, as they had plastic shed structures built beside them, we stayed between two of these. It was a bit unsightly. No reservations, so First Come First Serve only. Unless you absolutely need the sewer hook up I would suggest staying in the w/e hook up area. That is what we plan to do next time we visit. - AndeR
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Tannehill is a great place to camp in Central Alabama. 25.00 gets you a spacious site with Water & Electric. Full hook ups are 30.00 and were full when I was there. They do not take reservations, it is all FCFS. The water and electric sites seemed more spacious than the full hook up sites. It is heavily treed, so satellite reception may not be possible. The campsites are about average really, but the park is definitely something to come and see if you are interested in American History. The iron blast furnaces circa 1860 are beautifully restored. There are some decent hiking trails, flowing creeks with ducks that make their way around from site to site to be fed. Lots of families and children. Mountain bike trails, hiking trails, restored cracker style cabins. Local artisans on weekends during high season and once a month in low season. This place is a step back in time to a simpler place. Has a small guage railroad operating occasionally (not when I was here) that looks like a good time for kids. Lot of friendly Alabamans camping here. No riff raff here either. We really enjoyed Tannehill, it is a great stop over in Central Alabama, just 30 miles south of Birmingham. Fire rings are made of stones placed in a circle. No lantern hooks or grills at site, although there are common areas with grills nearby. Small picnic Table. - Stax
May 2016 - $25.00
This is great state park. It has lots of amenities we love, like the mountain biking trails. It's a perfect place for mountain biking or hiking. Lots of interesting historical artifacts throughout the park. The park is huge and includes an area for festivals and fairs (although there was nothing going on when we were there). There's a small store onsite for supplies. Lots of trees in the park and creeks meandering throughout. You can spend at least an hour at the museum learning about the iron works in Alabama.
The campground itself has multiple loops, some with FHU. We had a spacious site in the nonFHU area. Services were fine, but you're far from any amenities outside the campground. This is one of our favorite state parks anywhere; we're looking forward to staying here for a longer time next time we're driving through Alabama. - tripster
Nov 2017 - $19.00
If you arrive at night, like we did, the drive into the park and to the camp area will seem eerie, as there are no street lights along the way and few signs of civilization except for speed limit warnings. The grounds have a dozen or more camp sites with water and electric, although some had the water shut off when we were there in early Nov. If you have to use restroom facilities, they are available at the beginning of the road that leads to the camp sites, which means a longer hike for relief than at most camp grounds. Take a flashlight if you're going at night, as there are no streetlights along that stretch. There is one streetlight at each end of the campground, however. There are no showers, just toilets and a sink, kept clean. The grounds are surrounded by forest and are quiet (except when motorcyclists are on nearby trails). There's no vegetation encircling each site, so there's no privacy. Each site has a concrete area for a picnic table and RV. The grounds are several miles from stores, restaurants and service stations. The grounds apparently are closed Mon.-Wed., so we were asked when I made reservations to call a park employee an hour before arriving to get the code to open the entry gate. We paid the next morning. I'd definitely return when in the area. We had a partial hook-up, with electricity only. - John_K
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Just an overnight stay at a relatively new small park. As others have said, the focus here is on use of the trails. Rate reflects the fact that the site did not have a sewer connection. Everything is well-maintained. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The only problem is that none of my GPS apps could find this place. The turn-off was clearly marked, so no need to worry. Very pretty and quiet place. Would stop by again. - NKA
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Wanting a weekend-getaway spot close to home, we drove 20 miles and backed our RV into one of many available concrete RV spots. Each space has a firepit and picnic table along with the normal water, electric, sewage hook-ups. There are no 'shade-trees' around the campsite just yet, but some have been planted. RV spaces are far enough apart to avoid eaves-droppers, but close enough to see into your camper [NOTE: pull your shades down!]. No bath-house on the site, but there are unheated, block-style restrooms at the trail heads. We weren't there to enjoy the many ATV trails; however, our investigation of the park revealed a clean, well-organized area with the trails clearly marked [although, it would have been nice to have a spot-light on some of the signs, as they were difficult to see in the dark.] and, several pavilions for gatherings and gravel parking areas for ATV haulers. Trails are mid-level difficulty and clearly marked for operators. The lake walking path was wonderful and quiet on the cold, late October morning. The ATV riders did not show up until Sunday, late-morning after the rain, and we were pulling out to leave. All-in-all, a family atmosphere meant to support the ATV trail system. Definitely a 'keeper' in our book! - Two Hippies in an RV
Feb 2015 - $33.00
***Out of business*** This campground sold out to Loves Truck Stop and is no longer in business. Loves has demolished the campground and is in the process of turning it into a parking lot for 18 wheelers. - Luv2rvbig
Oct 2013 - $33.00
Okay overnight stop for us, though it's a little past its prime. Friendly, helpful owner. Wi-Fi works well (after resetting router), good cable TV. Gravel roads in fairly good repair and our gravel site was "levelable" with a bit of lumber. Some have park model utility set-ups, but ours was standard RV style. Shaded, but pretty noisy. Kind of hard to find. It's behind the Love's truck stop. Apparently, the State has plans for the right-of-way, so the sign is pretty much invisible. Call park for directions. Wouldn't make a point of going back, but okay for a night. - Sonic
Jun 2010 - $27.00
Very friendly host. That was the best park of this park. Many rundown permenent sites. We had a long pull through so we did not need to unhook, and we are about 55 feet long. It is tight getting through the park. It's about 1/4 mile off interstate, so a good overnight stop. There is a nice small pool. Cable TV was good. Way overpriced, even with the Good Sam discount. If this were a half price campground, we might consider staying here again, just for an overnight. They are building a Loves truck stop that backs right up to the park. This could add to the already loud noise from the interstate. - BLT101
Dec 2017 - $32.00
Sunset RV Park in Cottondale, AL. $32.00. There are two parts to this location; the office is located on the west side, which looks to be occupied by longer term seasonal occupants; after check-in we were directed to the east side across JVC Road, we were assigned a pull through spot that was easy to access. The pull through spots all have a cement patio and a small strip of grass. The hook-ups were also on a cement pad, which is nicely mud-free. The power was stable, and the WiFi and cable worked very well. The park was clean and mostly quite, with slight amount of highway noise which we could not hear while in the coach. The park is a good overnight stop, but could not imagine myself spending more time than that. I would stay here again if passing this way in the future. - rwramsey
Aug 2017 - $29.00
Have stayed here several times before always as just a decent and convenient overnight stop. There are 2 sides - East and West. West is the side where you check in and East is across the highway. We have always stayed on the East side until this time. This time we stayed on the west side which is full of people that live there full time. Never again. Residents were rude and worst of all - let their dogs run loose and crap any place they want to - including our site. I have dogs - I walk my dogs on a leash, I clean up after my dogs and I do not appreciate people that feel that because they "live there" that they do not have to follow the rules. There are not many places to choose from in that area for RV parks so I will probably be stuck staying there again but I'm certainly not looking forward to it. - User3573
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Nice enough overnight stop in Tuscaloosa. Pull throughs are across the street and have level gravel full hookup sites w/cable and wifi. Both worked great on our visit unlike some other reviews. Easy on/off from I-20. You do have to pull into the original campground on the other side to register and circle around back to the exit. Would stay again. - teepee51
Oct 2016 - $30.00
During football season this park has two sections: one for seasonal tailgaters (you won't get into it if you don't lease it for the season), and one for everyone else. Both are gravel, no trees, no tables. Most of non-tailgater section (where we were) is occupied by people working temporarily in Tuscaloosa and other long-termers. While the tailgater section is angled pull-throughs with more space between units, the other section is tightly packed un-angled pull-throughs with little maneuvering room. The pedestals are shared between spaces, thus you are back-to-back and front-to-front with your neighbours. If you don't like interstate noise this park is good, as it is sufficiently away from I-20. If you don't like train noise, you are out of luck here. There is a very busy track so close you think they're coming through the park. Don't expect any aesthetic satisfaction. The place is hot, dusty and without any pleasant views whatsoever. There are no discounts during football season, even when the team is playing away, and even in the non-tail-gater section. Also there is a $5 "service" charge. On the positive side, the manager was nice, the utilities worked well, and all the RVs and vehicles in the place were clean and modern. No junk. None-the-less, I believe I will select another location on my next visit to Tuscaloosa. - Tidy Boy