4 Parks near Eufaula, Alabama
Jun 2013 - $12.00
Like all COE parks, it was great; would have given a ten except for the ants. - okdrifter
Jul 2012 - $12.00
We would love to give this campground a 10 but our RV and RV truck were infested with ants by the time we left after 14 days. We noticed ants were dropping out of the trees; nothing was free of ants; the picnic table at our site was unusable, I just threw away the table cloth for it was loaded with ants. We did not realize to what extent, with our truck until we reached our next campground. We are guessing the heat from the day, truck and road caused them them surface. We have sprayed and added ant baits in the bed and in the truck. They seem to finally be under control in the RV. Otherwise we loved our site, had a wonderful view of the lake; also enjoyed the beach area. I will call the park and explain the problem we incurred. - Boomers2
May 2012 - $12.00
I camped here over Memorial Day weekend in site 74. First, the park staff were very helpful and friendly. I had a small medical problem and they were most helpful. I liked this campground very much and will probably return. The only problem I had was not the campground's fault and that was I had no cell service (AT&T) at the campground. My rate reflects using the Golden Age Passport. - Phillip D
Aug 2011 - $24.00
We found this park to be in the right place for an overnight. Just off 82 at 431. Turn just south of the Subway on 431and follow the road back through a log yard. Quiet, inexpensive & shady, with cable. They have some waterfront on a not so nice waterway. Not sure if it connects to larger reservoir nearby. Nice, clean pool. Many permanent campers, with lots of stuff. No trains! We would camp here again for overnight. - Proud Mary
Nov 2015 - $31.00
We stayed here 7 nights at a "lakefront lot" that you pay $7.50/night more for. We were in the Clark Loop, water/electric. There is a loop that has FHU that is the same price as a waterfront lot but no view of the lake. Was a little disappointed that our fire ring was full of ashes like it hadn't been cleaned for some time. The hookups in this loop are on the wrong side of the campsite with a curb stop in front of it which made it hard for us to get our door where it was either in front of or behind it. Very unusual setups here. The campground is actually on the west side of the highway (you go in and drive back over the highway) and is way back and not close to the marina or lodge (restaurant) which is on the east side of the highway. There are lots of deer around. Probably wouldn't stay here again. Pricey and nothing to do here. - jacknpeg
Oct 2015 - $32.00
It is a shame that beautiful state parks such as Lakepoint are not maintained. This is a huge park, lake and lodge that has all of the amenities you want. We stayed in the Deer Court campground where the roads are worn out with ruts and holes. The sites are spacious with grass all around and trees abundant. The utilities worked well and each site has a fire ring and table.
There are hiking trails everywhere. I was told the golf course will be closed soon or sold off (due to lack of funds). The marina store is well stocked and the employees are not exactly welcoming or helpful. The boat slips are loaded with old filthy pontoon and house boats. The rental boats, as few as they are, should be sold and new purchased. Unfortunately, a lot of the services were closed while we were there, however we did walk in to the lodge. It is a full-service hotel, convention center and restaurant. They served a seafood buffet Friday night and offer breakfast and lunch. Quite a nice facility among a dying park.
I would stay here again because the positive far out weighs the negative. - ranchoddellago
Apr 2015 - $27.00
Our site was a large and level pull through with full hookups and 50 amp electric, a treat for a state park. Signage entering the park is confusing. They have closed the check in at the campground, so you have to go to the marina office to check in for the campground. Signage doesn't make that clear and the campground is a mile or so from the marina office. All in all, though, the park is great with lots of water and green space with lots to do. This is one of several Alabama state parks slotted for probably closure by the state legislature, so enjoy it soon. - ramblin' vagabonds
Oct 2015 - $24.00
The park is broke down into 4 sections. The second(Oakwood) and third(Creek View) are reservable. The first and fourth are not. The third and fourth sections are closed for the winter. A typical COE park. Water views whatever spot you get. The only negative is no full hook ups.
We had site 51 which backs right up to the creek. - Southern Yankee
Apr 2015 - $12.00
Nice paved, level, and long pullthru site. Restroom/shower very clean. Park is clean and quite beautiful. A lot of walking/hiking trails. Checkin went smooth and fast. Would/will stay again. - maineman
Apr 2013 - $11.00
A typical COE campground, which means just about perfect if they only had sewer. Large level cement sites with good spacing. Site backs up on the river with birds and waterfowl entertainment. Verizon service is spotty and over the air TV doesn't get all network stations. Still wonderful. - Wandering Wishnies