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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $12.00
We had a waterfront site, as most are. The park was up to typical COE standards, large, very clean; our site had a level concrete pad, grill, picnic table, and fire ring, 50amp service. Hosts on site, gated at night.
The only complaint is that they do not have firewood for sale on site. Not sure that any COE campgrounds do. On the other hand they did allow scavenging from the local brush pile so we were able to build a small fire.
COE campgrounds are the first we look for when pass through a new area, we have not been disappointed yet. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $11.00
Rate reflects Golden Age discount. Very nice park with camping areas on both Foscue Creek and the TomBigBee River. The sites on the river itself can be quite windy and there is no water access. Creek sites have places to tie up a boat. All volunteer park, we saw almost no COE staff, however, hosts are very nice, helpful and friendly. Park is kept very clean and campsites are cleaned and checked after each guest leaves. Bathrooms are clean, we did not use showers. There is only one washer and dryer at the bathhouse, but they are reasonable at $1.50 and $1.00. Camp sites are level on the pad, patio's are gravel with table, fire ring and lantern pole. Almost all sites are located on the water. Electric power was steady, water pressure easy at 40-45PSI. Most of the sites have sewer. Great walking and bike riding and plenty of area to fish. Great bird watching. There is a very nice walking trail on the day use side of the park, where the park volunteers have carved a beautiful bench out of a fallen tree. Park does not offer WIFI, however our Verizon phone and MiFi card worked fine. There are several longer term campers there, they've found ways around the 14 day rule, but its not excessive. Several restaurants and fast food within a few miles, there is also a Walmart and a local grocery store, Vowell's. Demopolis has several historical sites to visit and is friendly to visitors. We would stay here again. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Bluff House and Gaineswood House are antebellum homes to visit. Bluff House has a wonderful collection of antique muslin clothes and the docent is very knowledgeable about the house and area. The house is part museum and has many impressive displays.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $12.00
Excellent park. Large level gravel sites with wide roads. Lots of trees. Located on the river. FHU with picnic table and fire ring. Room to ride your bike and walk the dog. No cable or WiFi and very few channels with just an antenna. Not much in Demopolis for shopping and dining but Meridian is about 45 minutes away. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $11.00
This is a really nice RV park work paved roads and concrete parking pads. No wi-fi available but Verizon wireless worked well. We were able to get a couple of channels on the antenna. Facilities are clean and well taken care of. They offer free firewood but I didn't have the tools to split the large pieces nor kindling to take advantage of the offer. The only down side is that a camper (I think a host because you could tell he had been there for an extended period) at the end of our loop kept his dog tied up outside unattended and it barked at everything that moved. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $12.00
Almost all sites are waterfront. The park was exceptionally clean and all sites are level with level concrete pads, grill, picnic table, and fire rings. Full 50amp services. Hosts on site, gated at night. Large barge traffic on river. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.
Demopolis 3 miles away. All shopping in town. Hospital available.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $12.00
This is an ALL volunteer COE Park and it is one of the best we have ever stayed. Wonderful park within 3 miles of downtown Demopolis. It feels very cozy even though sites are very spacious and easy to get into. We stayed in site 56 and was backed up within 20 ft of the Tombigbee River. We loved watching the coal barges pass by. Our site was very level and asphalt pad. We had FHU's including sewer although some of the lower sites did not have sewer. Roads are not very wide and meeting another rig going the opposite direction would be very close. We appreciated that on curves with drop offs, the curves had yellow markings to make it easier to navigate. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $12.00
Wonderful little park right outside the town of Demopolis. The park feels like you are out in the boonies when in fact you are only 3 miles from the main strip of town, if that. The site we were in 29, was not on the lake, (many are) but sat by itself on the inside of the loop with no one on either side. the site was fairly level and asphalt pad. FHU's worked fine with no issues. Roads are fairly wide with room for big rigs, however to meet another rig going the opposite direction would be very close imo. On our loop be careful as you come around the middle loop where we are, many RV's have dropped off the inside road and scraped their u-bolts on the asphalt. We saw a new rig do that just last night and it was a nasty sound and couldn't have been good for the RV. They definitely need to fix that. Just be advised. The rest of the road seems in good shape. Another problem is ants, of course not the CG's fault, just be aware. Our site was covered with them, so bring something to off the little nasties. No-seeum's were in full attack as well. Our biggest issue with the park is the reservation system through recreation.gov/reserve america, they listed our site as 127 ft. so we are thinking no problem getting into it. Well our site just fits a 40' fifth wheel and truck so keep that in mind when making reservations, quite deceiving. We have enjoyed our week here, the cool air and it is very quiet at night, occasional train and barge sounds but nothing you cant live with. No issues on the roads coming into the park. Park is small, but level for bike riding and walking with just a few minor inclines. Squirrels abound as does a few feral cats. Camp hosts very friendly and polite. We will return. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $11.00
Excellent park! Sites very long, paved and well-spaced, many right on the lake; nice trails, even a small laundry facility. Good Verizon and a few OTA TV stations. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $12.00
All the sites are long. Most are shaded. Nicest COE campground we have stayed in. Rate reflect Golden Age pass. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $12.00
Well maintained but rustic campground, with friendly staff at check in. Roads are paved and the long and level concrete pad was a pull through; big rig access was good. Very quiet and private with plenty of space for the towed, lots of shade trees, plenty of grass, a fire ring, grill and picnic table. The view over the water was very pretty. Bathrooms were clean but very old and needed updating. There was a small laundry with two washers and dryers, clean but very old and needed updating as well. A security gate was in use at night. Very pet friendly with plenty of places to walk your pets. No Wi-Fi but cell was good. Walmart is a short drive away in Demopolis. We would stay here here again. $12 the rate with a senior pass. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $24.00
Full hookups (50 amps, water, and sewer) at this CG. Sites are spaced nicely apart and angled to make backing in easy. Looks like most sites can accommodate big rigs. Lots of trees and shade. Many sites are right on the river. The river is somewhat muddy and not that attractive so I’m giving this 9 stars and not 10. It appears most campers come here to fish. Good AT&T and VZW signals. Demopolis is only a couple miles away with a Super Walmart and large grocery store. Our site (41) had a view of the river on the curb side with no view of other campers. It even had a wooden deck built out on the bank overlooking the river. I’d highly recommend it. Campground looked pretty full over the weekend so I would recommend reservations. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $12.00
This is a beautiful very well kept campground and I wish we could stay here longer. There is plenty of room around each site and most have some view. Bathhouse is very clean. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $24.00
Great staff and clean park with laundry facilities. We have stayed here a few times and always wished that our timing would allow a longer stay. 2 pull through sites and many long back in sites. Would stay here again! We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $11.00
Stayed one night while traveling through the state. Great COE park-friendly staff, well-maintained, great interior roads, nice space between sites, lots of trees/shade and some sewer hook-ups. The $11 rate reflects a National Park/Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass discount. Nice. We were assigned space 51, a waterfront site on the Tombigbee River. Got to view tug boats pushing barges up and down the river. There were tug boats running throughout the night; this did not bother us; I have a light case of insomnia, so I just happened to hear them. They are actually pretty cool at night because they are well lit. Also had friendly neighbors. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $11.00
Nice park with spacious sites. As with other COE campgrounds it was well maintained with friendly staff. While there are many sites "on the water" very few have a good view of the river. The campground has a lot of open green space which our dogs enjoyed even though they were on leashes. We camped at Foscue Creek COE in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Demopolis 3 miles away. All shopping in town. Hospital available.2Scampers • January 2015
Bluff House and Gaineswood House are antebellum homes to visit. Bluff House has a wonderful collection of antique muslin clothes and the docent is very knowledgeable about the house and area. The house is part museum and has many impressive displays.Fixn2gocamp • March 2015
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