55 Parks near Elberta, Alabama
Aug 2016 - $52.00
This was our third stay at Lake Ospry. They were bought out by Robert's Resorts & have added 2 more sections & other improvements. Free washer & dryer. New free fitness center (very nice). WiFi worked very well as did Cable TV. Not crowded as this is their slow time. Pads are 75' x 16' with plenty of space between pads. Only about 15 minutes from the beach if that is what you are looking for. No golf cart parades or loud music. Quiet & everything works is what we look for & they have it. - Camping Cajun
May 2016 - $43.00
This is a great park! Everything was spotless. Excellent staff and activities. Well manicured and level concrete sites. Will come back again. - chezhead
Mar 2016 - $44.00
This is a beautiful campground. It is an ownership type campground and they are building small houses on some of the sites. The grounds are almost perfect with a great area to walk and a little lake for canoes and kayaks.
The pool and hot tub have brand new tables and chairs, enough for at least 50 people if not more. The clubhouse is excellent and they even have a tiki hut for your use. They are building another room next to the washer dryer area which is provide for free, you just have to sign up for a time slot. There is a putting green and pickle ball courts.
Overall a very nice campground with the exception of the WiFi which they said they are upgrading.
We would definitely visit again. - John Borajkiewicz
Jun 2007 - $27.00
We've been going to the Gulf Coast since 1989, but with an RV since 2001 and just last year learned of this place. This is the second time we have stayed here. We were there in 5/06 and then this year. We like it very much. The people are nice and friendly, the area is well landscaped, and kept clean. My only complaint is that their wi-fi service is terrible. I hear they're working to make it better. Currently you can hook up, but then it's such a low signal strength that you can't do anything. Other than that it's s great place. - DKC
Elberta, Alabama (map) | (251) 986-3566
Sites: 85 | Latest Rate: $21.00 | 21 Reviews
Feb 2016 - $21.00
Our backin site was a bit difficult but once in the site fairly level and large combination of packed sand and grass. The pull through so looked nice, as long as you can position in the trees to have room for slides. Friendly workers and seasonal campers. Good place to stay to visit Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola. Rate was Passport America. - 2hams
Feb 2016 - $20.00
This is a decent park that could be a great destination park with a few improvements.
First the positives: wonderful, friendly staff; long pull-thrus; large beautiful campsites with pine trees; enough space for awnings; large variety of activities for kids during their season (spring - fall); all utilities worked well, including 50 amp service; good value with PA discount; park would be a really nice place to get away from the city and relax for a few days
The negatives: not close enough to Pensacola to really explore from here; a few small limbs are in the way on access roads (I'm sure they plan to take care of this prior to camping season); they need to take out a few trees at entrance and exit of campsites to allow easier big rig access; they need to evict a handful of what appear to be permanent tenants that really devalue the campground; sewer is near the front of the site (be sure to bring 20' of hose)
To really make things super, they need to create one section of 'big rig friendly' campsites with level concrete pads. I don't think most campground owners realize how important concrete is and how they can recoup their investment by charging a few bucks more for these sites.
These folks do appear to be making improvements on a daily basis. We look forward to returning to see the progress and participate in some of Yogi's activities. - dad2aprincess
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Nice long pull-through, I could leave my trailer attached and still have lots of room. Spaces are wide and separated by tall, thin trees. Wi-Fi was adequate and free and the staff friendly. Nice place to get away and hang out at or as a base camp for sightseeing. They accept up to 5 days for the Passport America discount. Normal rate $38 a night, $19.76 a night with Passport America membership. This was favorite place to stay on my California to Florida cross country trip. I will absolutely stay here again if I'm in the area. - jpm777
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Bluegrass at one time was a good stopover for a day or two. Park is not being kept up and it shows. Limbs were growing over the area to pull thru so bad you dare not take you rigs under the low limbs. Stop signs every where along with smart a-- signs such as " WHAT PART OF SLO DON'T GET" and "SLOW DOWN OR TURN AROUND LEAVE". Owners son was constantly yelling at people in an extremely unprofessional manner. Police were in and out of the park several times during our 3 day stay. We spoke with several snowbirds that have been staying in Bluegrass for years and they were not planning to return next year due to problems. Will not spend $40.00 a night to stay again. - Alapawpaw
Mar 2010 - $15.00
All the necessities at a reasonable PA fee. No picnic tables, no fire ring, etc., but a good overnight spot if you are traveling through, or here for the shopping at the discount mall. Has gravel access roads, grass sites but spacious and comfortable. Owners live on the premises and a very helpful campground host gets you parked. We stayed here three nights at the Passport America rate and an additional night at the regular rate of $30 which is a little pricey for the facilities offered but there are very reasonable weekly and monthly rates available. We will stay here again. - upatoiboy
Nov 2009 - $11.00
Gravel road, grass sites. Park perimeter is trees and barbed wire fence, it feels like parking in a pasture or grassy field, only with hookups. Sites are wide enough for slides but still close together. The pull through sites are very long and easily accommodated our 60 foot length. Very few trees in the park. The park is on Hwy 98 so there’s some road noise. No picnic table or pad. Rustic but pleasant. A great park to “do nothing” or as a base to visit Foley and Gulf Shores. Very nice, helpful owner. Rate reflects PA discount. For the price and relaxation, we may return. No Wi-Fi. - Full_Timer
May 2015 - $65.00
As soon as you turn in the entrance there is a rather steep hill. The sites are small and trying to navigate through the campground towing is difficult. Had there not been empty sites I am not sure how I would have gotten out. I have a 40' fifth wheel and a dually. There is no beach. - Fuzion Hauler
Jan 2015 - $34.00
Park in desperate need of makeover. Roads in poor shape, old units, one camper had at least 5 cats around it. Close to restaurants and amenities. Would not recommend this park for anything other than quick stopover. - Linda & George
May 2014 - $37.00
This is not a bad park, but there is room for improvement. Most of the workers were very friendly and the pool and clubhouse looked very nice. This biggest drawback is that the site next to us (site F--we were in site F1) is too small for even a pop up, and the group of 6 in it were too close for comfort. Recommend use site F for a rock or flower garden. Also for $37 a night, I would expect at least a concrete pad. Shower/restrooms were clean, but getting decrepit and could use some remodel. Despite the opportunities for improvement, we will probably stay again. - Colorado Vagabond
Aug 2016 - $50.00
We had seen the numerous reviews and wanted to check out the park for a potential longer stay. For an overnight place it is not convenient: it is about 20 miles from Interstate 10. The park appears to be designed for owners and they occasionally rent spaces. Much of the park is as of yet undeveloped. Until then the lots are grass: neatly trimmed. Interior roads are wide and excellent, pads are all concrete and spaces differ with number and type of amenities. It is about a 15 minute drive to the beach area. Very busy highways so bicycles are not an option. The clubhouse is very nice. The workout room is one of the best we have seen. Landscaping is attractive. The park is bordered on three sides by farms. One side by a housing development and is quiet, if not a feeling of being pretty remote. If you want to be near the beach there are other options. If we are in the area again, we would opt for one of the other class A parks. Just to be closer to the beaches and restaurants. - Zoey and Reba
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Great park! Staff is excellent. Grounds are well maintained. Paved streets and sites, most with tables, covered patios, etc. Gated entrance. Activities during the week. A couple of dog parks. No playground or tennis court. Stayed in site 240 facing the lake and was next to a small parking lot for the large pool and clubhouse. Very quiet at night. About a 10 min or less drive to the beach, grocery, Walmart and other stores. Lots of restaurants and fast food close by.
Excellent Cable with over 50 channels including 3 HBO. - kegmaster
May 2016 - $64.00
This is a Class A only resort.
This was our second time here. Always nice there. The facilities are top notch. Staff is helpful to the extreme. The place is 8 years old and you would never know it, it is so well maintained. The park has flowered landscaping throughout. Roads are paved and wide enough for the biggest rig. Other than a small pool there isn't much to do at the RV resort.
There are plans for a second pool but that is dependent on future sales. If an effort were made for late day/ evening activities it would add a lot to the resort. - HolyMackrelAndy
May 2015 - $100.00
Ouch. We left after one day. Horribly overpriced and cliquish community. We felt more comfortable at a swanky RV Resort right on the beach down the road so stayed for the rest of our time over there. The resort was very clean and the staff seemed nice enough, but cliquish beyond belief (would it hurt someone as an owner to say hi or give a friendly wave?). The amenities are showing a bit of age. The lots were tight and packed in with small casitas on the lots; basically sheds right up against the coach. Not sure my husband and I will return next season. - cybersandra
Feb 2015 - $60.00
We stayed for five days in Site 06, which is a bit larger than other sites. It is considered a "value" site with a lower daily rate. Roads are wide and access to the site was easy. We were unable to use our awning due to the location of the coach house. We did not have access to the coach house but had patio furniture in the backyard of the site. There were very few other guests in the resort while we were there and it was quiet and peaceful. WiFi and facilities worked well and office staff were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our time and would return again. - LvR
Oct 2014 - $125.00
This resort sits on a beautiful spot on Bayou St. Jean. Many people have boats, which have direct access to the ocean. The sites would be large if there were not coach homes that take up half of the lot. They are wonderful for the owners, but renters rent the lot, not the amenities. We do have a 42 ft. motorhome and could get our slides out with some jockeying. No way to use our awning and we felt as if we were intruding on our neighbors when they were having nightly parties in their coach home/patio. We had a superior water view, lot 61. Grounds were immaculate.Very nice spot to spend a few days (4 nights) but not many members/renters around so I'm sure our experience was less full than others would have when more people are around. We had no access to the fitness room. The pool is beautiful but is a standing pool - no swimming room at all. Only about 20 ft. square. Grounds were immaculate. Much care is taken to keep them that way. - fencebuster
Dec 2014 - $30.00
The on-site manager was very friendly. This location is very convenient to the outlet mall and popular restaurants. It's quiet and small with about 20 sites and less than half were occupied. The sites hookups are shared so you are close to your neighbor; one faces one way, you face the other direction. We had to use blocks to level our motorhome - we haven't had to use them in 2 years. Roads are gravel, sites are gravel filled in with grass. Their website said $25 for non members but when you arrive there is a sign for $30. Manager said they don't have anyone to change their website. A little too high as to the unmaintained area and lack of any amenities other than hook-ups. Not likely to return here, not enough of a savings to be worth it. - User1828
Mar 2013 - $10.00
This is a no frills park and only has about 40 sites but it's very clean and quiet and in a perfect location. We enjoyed our stay here. We stayed for a month. - Tyra's rv
Dec 2012 - $22.00
This is a park for those who want to park their rig and enjoy the surrounding area. Located 10 miles from the beach, and right behind the Outlet Malls. It is designed for Elks Members, but will accommodate guests for a surcharge. The sites are spacious and very level, but close on the utility side to your neighbor. No pool, no picnic tables, no bath houses, no frills. - simsfmly
Feb 2016 - $58.00
This is a very nice park! The sites are all owned by individuals which leads you to believe that the grounds/landscaping/facilities would all be in top notch shape - and they are. The interior roads are all brick pavers, the parking pads are concrete and spacious. Each site has a screened in gazebo with TV and porch furniture to extend your living area. Ours also had a gas grill we could use. There are 2 pools and a clubhouse which we didn't use but looked to be clean and well maintained. We stayed at a similar place down Canal Road last year and paid about double the price to have a water view - but we weren't allowed to touch the grill/fireplace etc. and we were sandwiched in between 2 coach houses - so I did not mind giving up the water view. The people at Terry Cove were much friendlier than other resorts we have stayed at so the visit was relaxed and pleasant. We did not use the WiFi or laundry. The rate reflects a weekly rate. Overall we think it a tad pricey but will definitely stay here next year for 10 days. Terry Cove is one of the nicest places we have stayed in a long time. - kdlee747
Jan 2012 - $25.00
Clean and quiet park. No activities. If you want group activities, you have to go to Bella Terra. The swamp at the south end of this park puts out an unpleasant smell in hot and muggy weather. That's part of the gulf lifestyle. Rules have recently changed to allow smaller RVs and outdoor clothes lines. Most site rates have increased dramatically for 2012. For those reasons alone we may not return. Otherwise, it was a quiet stay for 2 months of one of the warmest winters on record. - hcrv11
Nov 2011 - $25.00
Great class "A" RV resort in a great town. Gated entrance, wide streets and large sites, each with a gazebo. Two swimming pools and very nice clubhouse/laundry facilities. Strong Wi-Fi and good cable. Very private private and extremely quiet. We stayed here for a month and will definitely be back. - kenbrads
Feb 2007 - $25.00
A very old park lots of permanent folks. Staff was nice but park was old and did not bode well for a 40 foot rig. Sites are small cracked concrete not all sites are 30/50 amp. Lots of trees and overhanging branches both at sites and during entrance. I won't stay here again a small rv or travel trailer would be OK. We did not use the facilities so I don't know what shape they are in. - rbendinger