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4 RV Parks near Clayton, Alabama
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Clayton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Clayton in the left hand column.
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Stay a couple of night of just getting away and finding some time to spend with the Lord. Perfect! The rv park was small but everything was great. - Skymessenger
Jul 2014 - $21.00
This is a great place to visit! The sinkhole walk is amazing and very cool. There is a big spring with two pools for swimming. Playground and volleyball area, too. Bathrooms were old but clean. Sites were plain and we had a pull-through site which was pretty level. Lots of shade and plenty of space. - LaMonte
Jul 2012 - $20.00
We stopped here on the way north and had a very nice stay. Beautiful park for rest and relation and we recommend it to all. - eugenia1
Sep 2017 - $26.00
This campground gives the appearance of having once seen better days followed by a slow decline. The current owners seem to be wanting to spruce things up, but they have a lot of work to do. On the positive side, it is clean. The campsites are large and shady. On the negative side, the buildings and pool are run down. It is on a waterway that is choked with weeds. We stayed here overnight as we were passing through. It was more than adequate for our needs. - ShoreXplorers
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Only stayed one night as we were passing through. I think there are a lot of permanent residents here. Buildings are older and dated. Bathrooms lacking. We decided to use the facilities in our motor home instead. - Spirit Creek Farm
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Stayed over the Labor Day weekend and stayed in the D section lot. It was pull thru, our 40 ft Monaco was easy to get in lot had enough room for coach and car . Paved plenty of shade tree no too close to parking area plenty of space between lots . Only down fall, garbage good distance from RV parking
When checking in, keep straight don't follow sign for RV parking. - Benz4747
Oct 2017 - $12.00
This is one of the most beautiful campgrounds that I have stayed in with breathtaking sunsets. There are no "bad" sites and most have a lake view. There are some that are closer than others, but sites are staggered somewhat to add privacy. Generally, there are 2 loops that may be reserved by site and two loops that are first come/first serve. This time of year, there was no issue getting a site although I would definitely want a reservation if staying over a weekend just to be safe. Bath house was dated but clean. Each bath house has a laundry but the equipment was old and rusted so I chose to wait.
There is a large parking lot/boat ramp right before the campground entrance where I stopped to unhitch the car as there is not room at the check-in gate.
I stayed here a week and wished I had longer. I will definitely return. - IntrepidCampers
Feb 2017 - $24.00
Excellent COE campground on the shores of Lake Eufaula. At least half of the sites are first come first serve, so unless arriving on a Friday or Saturday no reservations ought to be needed. We arrived at 7:30 am Friday morning and got a fantastic waterfront site on the first loop. Getting satellite reception should not be a problem. They have a brand new dog park which is great for exercising your hound or providing him social hour for fraternization with the other hounds. A little over 100 sites, each very spacious and unique in layout, some with long driveways. Each site has concrete pad, gravel tent pad, grill, fire ring, picnic table, campstove table, water and 50A. No sewer. Excellent views. Great place to camp, no complaints whatsoever. Verizon service excellent. At least 3 dump stations on site. - Stax
Jan 2017 - $10.00
Wonderful Corp. campground. Level paved sites, full electric. We did not use water or dump site, as we were just there for a short night. - mitig8er
Apr 2018 - $45.00
This park is beautiful. There are so many trees, a huge lake, nature all around, plenty of space between sites, and level lots. The park host checks on you and tells you where he is and that's that. The campground is gated so be sure to get the gate code before you arrive. It was quiet. I didn't use the restrooms, showers, etc but the building they were in was very large and looked nice from the outside. - EdinFL
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Stopped at this beautiful gem for an overnight stay on our way back to Florida. Arrived past office closing and with good direction from office gal had no problems getting through gate and to our camp site #60 Deer Court (next to Camp Host). Immediately got treated to a wildlife viewing of three deer walking through the campground! We Thoroughly enjoyed meeting the Camp Host and his wife who were very accommodating and friendly. Enjoyed a morning walk with my Golden Retrievers in the fantastic wooded surroundings. Serene and beautiful!!! - MK Green
May 2017 - $35.00
We made reservations for 4 nights at Deer Court (50 amp) pull through in April 2017. I received a confirmation number, and my credit card was charged for one night. We were joining family members from other states. We were traveling from Florida in 36' Allegro, golf cart, car, and pontoon boat. Arrived at Marina to check in on May 26th. They had no reservation for us. They said you should have received an email of your reservation. What was the name of the person here who made the reservation? I said you charged my credit card. Here is the charge. I have a confirmation number. They said my confirmation number was no good. If I received an email, I did not keep it. Other family members had asked for adjoining campsites. That did not happen. After traveling for hours, we were not happy campers. They found us a 50 amp site backin. I think my credit card had been charged for approximately $31, and I paid another $4. They gave us the other three nights free. We appreciated not having to find another campground. This event spoiled some of our trip. If we go again, I will call a few times to confirm our campsite. I would request a pull through. Most of the back ups, back up to woods and brush. The gnats were awful. Don't forget your deet! The bathroom was clean except for the shower which contained hair and a roach. One of the best kept secrets of the park is the buffet at the lodge. I had read a review about the buffet. We went for the Sunday noon buffet $9.95. Roast beef and fried chicken with country veggies. It was some of the best country cooking. Kudos to the chefs! Friday night is a seafood buffet. $12.95. Both buffets will be on our itinerary on our next visit. Our next visit will be at least a week. If I was a full time RVer, I would recommend a long stay. The Deer Court campground would be my choice. Good luck with your reservations. - Auburn camper