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Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $30.00
Great level sites, good hookups. Easy to navigate inside campground. Pretty park. Check in person not very friendly and not in a hurry. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $23.00
No cable or WI-FI - life's tuff in the woods. We have overnighted here four times in the past three years - guess we like it. Don't miss a tour of the city of Eufaula - fantastic antebellum homes. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $30.00
Spacious sites, not very private, beautiful lake front site. Fished from the bank and caught mostly bass. Comfort station was very clean, showers roomy. Paved roads into loop need some work; potholes and cracked. Prices were bit high for state park with water and electric only. Check in staff at marina was helpful and friendly, but returned next day for propane tank filling and encountered a surly staff member who was not friendly, didn't want to help with bait, and overcharged for campsite. Darn Alabama ants invaded our camper by third day of stay! Stayed in Clark Loop. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $27.00
A very nice State Park that sets next to Lake Walter F. George. You have three campgrounds loops here to pick from. The Deer Court is for the larger RV's. Our site had 50 amps, water, sewer, long pull through, level, blacktop site, table, BBQ cooker, lots of space on each side plus front and rear, noise free, dark at night, and a dead Wi-Fi system. The hookups worked with no problems. Lots of sites are under trees and others are not. If you have a Sat. dish, pick the right site before you pay. We could pick up two channels over the air on TV. The Clark Loop and Barbour Loop has 30 amps and water only with back in blacktop sites. All hookups are on the wrong side plus sites are very short. The AL Loop is now only used for RV storage. Tons of room in this park to walk or ride a bike. The check in system changed four years ago as others have noted. Now you drive to the marina to pick up a gate code, next go find a site you like, and go back and pay for it and then return to your site. This is around a three mile trip one way. The park has a locked gate so you need a code to get in. Two key pads to use, one low and one higher up for tall RV's. The top key pad would not work. Office made no notes to repair it and told me it was working. I check mileage back to Walmart and it was 12 miles south on Hwy 431. You have lots of places to eat in city plus other super markets as well to pick from. We do not use the bathhouses but checked them I found everything to be very clean, setup for ADA use, and cool with an AC system. On washer and dryers we have our own but I do check the machines. I found two new washers at $1 each, other washers and dryers with rust and wear at .75 cents each. Nice wash room with places to work and places to set down. Laundromat is next to the locked gate, a good ways to any camp sites. Verizon cell phone worked well with full bars, MiFi 4G had no service, 3G worked well with three bars. Rate was based on a Sat, Sun, and Monday stay. Sat. and Sun, cost a little more. Lots of permanent residents in the Deer Loop and have been here a long time. Discount if you are over 62 years old. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $27.00
Phenomenal facilities (a 100+ room lodge for conventions has an excellent restaurant open to the public), although the camping area is a couple of miles from them. We were in the "C" loop, which is on the lake, and there were only two other rigs there the night we stayed. We had a gorgeous view with ducks and egrets right in front of us, but it lost points because someone stole our 30-amp power cord while we were at lunch despite the fact that the campground was gated -- and the staff was less than helpful in trying to solve the mystery even though the only vehicles the other campers noticed were park vehicles. Nevertheless, we'd stay there again -- but we won't leave anything on the site if we go somewhere during the day. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $30.00
I think you'd have to look hard to find a campground that has all the amenities this park has at this rate. We had plenty of room for our RV. Clean laundry room was close by. Lake Eufaula was gorgeous, lots of bass fishermen, and a super marina with a cafe. The city of Eufaula is about six miles away with the usual fast foods etc. We stayed an extra night and definitely will go back to stay a few more days. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $17.00
Great park. We stayed in a back-in site in the Barbour Loop because when we arrived on Friday afternoon that loop was empty. Sites are well spaced and mostly shaded with easy access to the trails. Roads are paved and great for cycling. Through the weekend some of the other sites in the loop were taken, it still remained quiet. We visited the other loops and found them more crowded. No problems with electricity or water, but the connections are on the passenger side. Verizon aircard worked well. Campground had recently been mowed. We would have rated the campground higher except for the registration and check-in. During that process we talked to two different employees - one of which was very friendly and helpful. When we first went to the marina to check in we were told we had to go pick a campsite, leave something to mark that it was taken then drive back to register. In other Alabama State Parks we registered then just called back to advise which site we were in. Even so, we would not hesitate to stay here again and will recommend it to others. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $18.00
We loved this park! Loved the town of Eufaula and the historic homes and charming town. We camped in the Barbour Campground as we wanted more quiet than the full hook up sites near the lake. We had 30amp service, water, and there are dump stations. We did get some TV reception. Our MiFi Verizon card worked great. Great for relaxing, bird watching, and exploring. The Wildlife Refuge was an easy drive from our site. The laundry did have some new washers and dryers - very inexpensive to do laundry. We understand from talking with folks, the State Park has recently completed many renovations. We enjoyed a large easy back in site. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $23.00
I realize this campground is in the State Park system, but it could certainly use some upgrades. We were lucky to get adjoining sites with our friends and therefore had a nice lot between us in Deer Court, which consisted mostly of seasonals. Wi-Fi was terrible and we had to drive to the lodge to use our computer. Roads could use repair and laundry room was very outdated with rusty machines. The ride into town was doable every day if you need anything. Grass needed to be mowed. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $24.00
Nice park in State system. Easy access. Ate Thanksgiving dinner in lodge. Food was too good and of course, we ate too much. Sites are big. On Lake Eufaula with great fishing. Approx. 5 miles to city of Eufaula. 2nd stay there and will definitely go back. Had to change sites to get satellite signal. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $26.00
We just over nighted here, but this park is really a destination resort. The "Loop" we were in had a sandy beach. The marina rents pontoon boats and jon boats. Has a resort hotel, golf course, restaurant etc. City of Eufaula is worth a day's exploration and tours of the antebellum mansions. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $26.00
Pretty good park, nice and quiet with the lodge, marina and good restaurant in the park. We didn't use the Laundry or Showers but they were here, about 1/8 mile from the sites. Long 80' pull-through sites with very wide spacing, great for families or persons fishing and boating as it has lake access, although not lake front or lake views. Access to the sites are older pavement, during our stay the sites had been updated with new sewer/electricity and were muddy where the pavement had been trenched. Lots of tall pine trees that provide shade and block your satellite dish. We gave it a 7 because of the mud on some sites and older paved access. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $25.00
The section we stayed in, just had 50 amp service and Wi-Fi service added and there was some mud and standing water on a couple of sites. Aside from that, the sites were large level and somewhat shaded (tall pines). The only negative was that there were several (about 50% of sites) sites taken by long term campers, thus a lot of clutter around some sites but I must say they were neat and not trashy like some private campgrounds. I would definitely stay here again and bring my fishing gear. Also, the Alabama gives seniors a discount which is appreciated. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $35.00
Nice park with good walking trails and paved roads. You pick your site so you can choose your best location for you. Nice trees so satellite is not much of option. We would stay here again. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $25.00
Love the landscape around the campground, always keeps grass cut, etc. Nice, roomy lots. Different sections and you can pick your lot, so we always drive around to see which section has more rowdy people (usually the one with waterfront lots) and we pick the quieter one. Love the trails and great place to ride bikes. We like to play tennis here, too, although court needs a face lift. Also they have a rec-room but I can't remember if there is a TV. We camped at Lakepoint Resort State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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