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2 RV Parks near Inverness, Alabama
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Inverness. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Inverness in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $38.00
We stayed here while at a 2 day softball tournament in Troy. I had read the reviews and it sounded like a nice place to stay. This park is very large with 2 different areas and we were escorted to our site by an employee which was good because finding the numbers on each site was very hard. Not well displayed. They put us in the area closest to the road so we had a lot of road noise. Looking around it seems like a large majority of the campers/RV's are long term or permanent. Quite a few being run down. We felt crowded in our site, could not put the awning out and stepped out of our door either into the picnic table or a bush. Bathrooms are nice and clean but they are a long way from one of the camping areas. Staff was friendly and helpful. We spent very little time there so it was an okay place to stay. If we had of gone here to spend any length of time I would have been disappointed with the site we had. Check the sized carefully when making reservations. Try and get a site further back in the park because the ones up front are close to a busy highway and you will have road noise. - VJordan
Jul 2018 - $38.00
We were assigned site 51. After my husband hooked up and came in the coach, he got severely shocked when he grabbed the hand rail to come back in. I called the office to let them know there was an electrical problem. I was told by staff person #1 that she had never heard of such a thing and that they would call an electrician. The assistant park manager came right away. He said he would try to get someone to come take a look and they would give us a free night. He had us move to site 56 which was higher and drier. After some time a maintenance man showed up. He did some testing but did not know what the problem was. He said that he is not a certified electrician. He too got seriously shocked while working on the coach. He finally left after my husband paid him and we went to bed. It was 85 degrees inside the coach. A miserable night! I emailed the person linked to their website (staff person #2) and told her the situation and and that since we had prepaid 2 nights, I expected a refund. We did some online research and found a lot of information on reverse polarity and "hot skin". The next morning we got a call from staff person #1 telling us that we had to leave because they were shutting our power off. We stopped in office and did get a refund. My husband told her to google "reverse polarity" and she rudely replied that she did not need to. It is a shame we had such a horrible experience at this pretty park. Overall the campground was clean and spacious. Most of the staff were courteous but the management still refused to address our problem even when their electrician got shocked because of the reverse polarity. We must have stayed at over a dozen campgrounds since and only had this problem at Deer Run Campground. For the safety of my family I would not recommend this campground to anyone. - Terry Stough
Jul 2018 - $38.00
Stayed there for 3 nights. An average RV park that has concrete sites. The site we had was a FHU level site. Park was noisier than other parks since the roads were gravel and most vehicles did not honor the speed limit. The RV park themselves violated quiet times by having the trash dumpster emptied before 8 am. There was a nice fishing lake and spa on premises. Overall it is fine for a stop over or only for a few days. - Peter G
Jul 2017 - $17.00
The place is right off 231 south of Troy and makes an OK overnight stop. The sites are pull-in/back-out so we had to disconnect our tow car and then hook it back up after we backed out. We parked in a line of of about 16 to 18 RVs and looking out our window we saw large mobile homes being put in. A previous review stated something about student housing so it looks like they are in the process of converting from an RV park to just student housing. Cost was $17.00 cash not sure if that included tax or not. Didn't pick up any WiFi so doubt if they had it. - tlrpilot
Jun 2017 - $15.00
Level grass sites with good cable. No trees/shade. Mixed use with "new" mobile homes and travel trailers for lease. Well maintained and mowed. Used as a overnight stop and it was perfect for that. Would come back. - The Petersons
May 2017 - $25.00
First about the park. The park is easy to find and get into. There are two RV site locations in the park...those with a lake view or those nearer the office. Some of the roads to and around the lake view sites are a little rutted and potholed from rain. The lake view sites are also where the majority of long term guest are located. The owner called all sites "pull-throughs" but those near the office have no clear exit path. From observation, many 5th wheelers chose to back out while Class A's with tows pulled through, did a tight loop and then pulled back through an open site to exit. This works if there are open sites in the right place but if the park was near full it would create a problem. The site connections are good with water, electric and sewer being located center of each site. Water pressure is good, no pad, no picnic tables. The sites themselves are tight for many RV's. A larger 5th wheel or Class A with slides on both sides consumes all but about 3 feet of the site width. However, they are very long. The sites are grass and dirt, or should I say sand. We found it all but impossible impossible to keep this "sticky sand" from tracking into our RV. The park owner is in the process of setting up new furnished mobile homes to serve as student housing for nearby Troy University. These mobile homes are adjacent to the RV sites near the office. We departed the park three days earlier then our originally planned date. I won't go into details but after three years of full time RV'ing this was the first time I've ever had park management angrily threaten me with, "You'd better not leave me a bad review or I'll come back on you." Now I ask you, isn't that like admitting you deserved one? But I've tried to be fair. - FT-RVer