59 RV Parks near Fairhope, Alabama
Apr 2017 - $21.00
Stayed a week, FHU worked well. Level concrete site, quite. Close to town but in the country - perfect. Enjoyed the park and will stay here again. - Banker bill
Mar 2017 - $22.00
Home to lots of full timers and seasonal guests. Not a lot of amenities like pool, playgrounds, etc, but that's not what we are looking for. Large pull through sites, all paved, good grounds keeping. If you are staying for longer than 4 nites, get the weekly rate, it will save you money over 4 nites, then just tell them when you are leaving so they can rent any remaining days to someone else. People are great, very friendly and helpful. If staying Nov thru 1st part of April, reserve WELL in advance as it will be full of seasonals. Very convenient to Fairhope and Cape Clear. The county road just outside of the park was undergoing reconstruction and replacement of a bridge, resulting in their normal entrance being blocked off, so it was a little interesting getting in, but the construction should be finished by end of April at latest. - One the Rhode
Mar 2017 - $41.00
This small, quiet, cash-only RV Park is convenient to Fairhope and surrounding areas. Mostly long-term returning residents were friendly. "Dog Walk" area was at the bottom and top of the park, but no real "dog walk" fenced area. Laundry worked fine, small washers but adequate and clean at $1.50 per load. Showers and private baths very clean. Central Clubhouse is a focal point for campers, who are a very social group. WiFi worked fine, at an average of 1 Mbps. No cable TV was available, so we used our Dish antenna. - Llando88
Oct 2016 - $9.00
I'm in love with Driftwood RV Park. The rate is for a month plus your electric. Contact park for daily rate with any discount.
Sits in beautiful green meadow with huge live oak and pecan trees. Minutes from both old and new Fairhope. Also just minutes from river and bay fishing. Some of best seafood I've eaten and the people couldn't be friendlier. Definitely a must stop even for a few days. Be sure to visit Old Downtown. - Ann Blake
Feb 2016 - $23.00
We stayed for 2 weeks and paid $322, which included a $12 fee for cable TV. The park has a narrow drive-way, which makes it hard for two vehicles to pass. The roads in the park are asphalt and also narrow. The sites are all grass, hookups are easy to find and easy to connect. The staff was friendly and helpful. On one side of the park is chickens, so you get roosters crowing, and the other side has donkeys, so you get their braying. Even though we like to sleep in, the noise didn't bother. There wasn't much shade, but the price is right. - Bbtj
Nov 2014 - $27.00
This is a clean park. It's quiet except for the braying of the donkeys next door. There are also goats next door, and a small flock of free-range chickens, so expect a few flies. Sites are long, near-level grass. There are some trees but little shade. Each site has a small picnic table. Voltage is good. Roads are narrow asphalt or gravel, in very good condition. The owners are friendly and helpful. WiFi is fairly strong; typical download speed is 30 kB/s, but it's often much slower. Verizon LTE works well. Cable is Mediacom clear QAM digital; the local stations are HD, but the other channels are SD.
There are 2 showers; the dressing areas are very small.
Rate is with Good Sam. - wjzcbn
Nov 2016 - $45.00
A bit out of the way but a great place to stay. They take holiday decorating seriously and go all out, including dioramas on the railroad that runs around the park. Staff was friendly and helpful, the indoor pool great. Tuesday nights they have bluegrass concerts in park - had a great time. - Ralph Hunt
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Without a doubt the most wonderful place we have stayed. The campground was fully decorated for Halloween and the train took us through an incredible haunted barn. This is a really special place close to many wonderful attractions. Very clean, very family friendly. They also do a Christmas and Easter display. We highly recommend it! - Ann Saxon
Sep 2015 - $35.00
I wouldn't stay there again! If you want to leave you'll not get a refund. We booked a site then checked it out and found out there are plenty of old trailers where they wanted to put us. Just dirt in the site with very little grass, red ants, and garbage so we left and asked for a refund. They will not give any money back, just a credit!Now if you didn't want to stay why would you want a credit? And bad manager! STAY AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - R Kapela
Apr 2017 - $21.00
The staff here was great; friendly and helpful. The bath house was always clean and the shower was good. Our site was large and shady but open enough to get a good satellite connection. - mcm
Apr 2017 - $16.00
We really like this campground. Everyone is friendly and welcoming and there are lots of walkers who enjoy stopping for a chat. The RV area is grassy on packed sand. We enjoyed the spacious site and a nice shady oak tree. In the past we have parked under oak trees in the fall and didn't enjoy the acorn bombardment on the camper. This being spring we mainly had to put up with leaves falling (the oaks don't shed leaves until new leaves come in and "push" them out). There are lots of activities in the park's activity center: everything from a music group to quilters to a chair "caning" group. Of course, there are plenty of eating opportunities as well. - nazpaz
Jan 2017 - $8.00
One of the nicer Escapees parks. We stayed 4-5 days; no full hook-up sites were available so we boondocked, hence the lower rate. Escapees members pay $22 for FHU sites. The sites are back-in and grass/gravel. Many folks are long term. People are so friendly and welcoming here. They have a social hour, line dancing, bingo, meal times, etc. There is a nice clubhouse, laundry, library, pool, dog walk area. We enjoyed our time here and will be back for a longer visit. - mohocamper
Mar 2014 - $25.00
There is a clubhouse on site, but not much else in the way of amenities in this senior community. The park was well kept and management was friendly and helpful as well as other members of the community. We enjoyed staying here for 4 months and look forward to returning in the future to revisit the Mobile flea market, USS Alabama, Alabama coast, and other attractions. - Terry5048
Dec 2013 - $20.00
Nice grassy sites with some trees and very clean and close to gulf beaches. Owner lives on site and very friendly and let us pick out our site. Seasonal and permanent residents made us feel very welcome and included us in activities. Will return again when in area. The only thing I would update is the washer and dryers. - Marcia55
Aug 2012 - $30.00
This is a seniors park, with children allowed for short periods only. Mostly full timers, retired, or snow birds. The park is well maintained. Most available sites are grass pull through. They are large, 35 to 40' wide and 70' long. Management is very friendly. They do an excellent job keeping the park neat and safe. We lived here over 1 year and enjoyed it immensely. Not a lot of facilities, but well maintained. Not considering amenities, I would rate this park a 10. - FT1946
Jan 2017 - $14.00
This was our "snowbird" destination for 16-17. We like to see the site/sights and the park is a great base camp. All utilities/facilities are first rate and the owner is constantly making improvements. Any problems are addressed promptly. No pool, no playground so usually no kids. Full time residents and most part-time are seniors. Fellow campers are friendly and helpful. There are game night, occasional pot lucks, and dinner and shopping trips. It is a GOOD place. - gumper
Apr 2016 - $32.00
I have lived here for 3 years, and the new mangers are great and the place is beautiful. The quiet setting is so nice and the park is always in beautiful shape from lawns to flowers and background. Enjoy the clubhouse, park outings, weekly get togethers, game nights and parties . The park has too many things to put down. I wouldn't be any other place. Very nice adult park. - Schnauzer Mom
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We made a point of coming back to this RV Park on our way home even though it's a little out of the way. The people are super friendly and helpful and the park is clean, quiet, and well run. The bathrooms and showers are probably some of the nicest and largest we've ever encountered. The meeting room and laundry are also clean and well appointed. This is a super bargain! - Freddie and Alvin
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We have been at this park for two years. We initially chose this park because it is small and out of the mainstream. But we are now moving. The staff is rude and unfriendly. The internet service is poor and very view amenities. They have 2 bathrooms and a coin operated laundry located in a Double Wide. Laundry is really not commercial grade. Your money can be better spent somewhere else. - BJ Gregg
Mar 2015 - $27.00
This was an RV park and RV repair facility, but the repair facility has relocated to a larger building a few miles away. Good, wide stone roads that will make for easy maneuvering for even the largest rigs. Level sites, good water pressure and power, sewer hook-ups at each site. Every site also has a wood deck The WiFi has been repaired, and works well. The clubhouse has been completely remodeled, and has two restrooms with showers. There are also washers/dryers available. Very nicely landscaped, although the trees are still young and small, and there isn't a lot of shade yet except along the western edge of the park. Definitely a nice park, but still all back-in sites. - michdoc
Jan 2014 - $27.00
This is a pretty nice park, clean and neat with good hookups. The roads and sites are stone, and level, and each has a wood deck. They advertise Wi-Fi but it went out a while ago and apparently there are no plans to repair it, so if you depend on internet access for banking, etc., you'd better bring your own with you. There are no pull-through sites for overnight stays, and this is more of a long-term park. There is a "clubhouse" available, which is actually a small ranch style home with a couple of washing machines and a single bath tub and toilet, but no shower facilities. This is a pretty nice park, but would get a much higher rating if they had Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a restroom/shower building. - wetsuitwarrier
Jul 2017 - $34.00
We are new to the whole camping world!! The people at rv hide away have helped us in any way possible,they are all very nice people,very family friendly,they have a park and air up water slide for the kids,it's very quite at night and they keep up with all of there sites and facilities I would highly recommend every body try this camp site. - Toddaccardi
May 2017 - $40.00
Very nice campground. Quiet, off the beaten pathway but still close enough to visit the beach and outlet malls. Staff were very accommodating and friendly. We will definitely stay here again. - Bacamper
Apr 2017 - $18.00
Our site was a dirt site with a picnic table on a concrete pad. It was a back in site. The site was fully covered with tall trees - made for nice shade on warm days. The staff is very friendly and helpful. My only complaint is the wifi. It was either sporadic and weak, or non-existent. We went to the Foley library when we needed a really strong signal. Supermarkets and shopping within 5 miles. Beaches are close. Fairhope with fine dining is close as well. We would definitely stay here again. - SRP
Jan 2017 - $15.00
Small, no frills RV Park. Park was in management transition during our stay which appeared to be causing conflict. A lot of full timers or long termers, but they had a great calendar of coordinated events and a nice new community building. - Legends Of America
May 2016 - $28.00
They upgraded the Wi-Fi while I was there and it wasn't working that good at first but now works great. My teenager played his ps4 online with his friends from home. Park was very clean and the managers where very friendly and helpful. - Frankenstein80
Apr 2016 - $14.00
Unable to connect to WiFi almost our entire stay. "Cold water only" laundry, tepid water temperature showers with small water miser shower heads, picnic tables available only at certain sites. Watch out for sites that don't drain well. Very nice manager with other full time job and not available during the day. Campground is reportedly going up on their prices next year and even with Passport America, will not stay here again. - Clemson Fans
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Very nice park. Grass sites with nice concrete pads. Quite level. We have been here for 3 previous Good Sam events. Lots of fun and very nice facilities. Great pool and Lazy River float.
Though we made our one week reservation months in advance and requested our favorite site, they gave it away and changed it three times. Upon check in, it had been changed again. After complaining to the Parking Host, and office, we found out it was a common practice here. If reserved for less than one month, they can, and will change your site to better accommodate long term campers. A pretty crappy policy in my eyes.
It is a long drive to the beach. There are many Campgrounds closer if you choose not to fight traffic or pay tolls to get there.
We will continue coming to this area as we love Gulf Shores, but will not camp at Johnny's. Too many nice RV Parks in the area. - Rsunde
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We were there for the AL Good Sam Rally for that week and that is why we got the rate we did. It'a clean park, with all cement pads, has a dog run, pools, laundry room and sandwich bar. However the sites are very close together and if your not good at backing into a site you will have problems. Has several full time folks in most of the pull through sites. The park is kept up nicely, no junk laying around even at the full time peoples campers. It is close to everything, shopping, food and touring Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL. - gmasharp
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Beautiful park and sites. Back in was long and level. Grass was long, wet and not cut very often as it was too wet.
Great club house and pool facilities. Very responsive management.
Location is perfect for restaurants and Gulf Beaches.
Would definitely stay her again and recommend it highly. - Rsunde