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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $22.00
This is a beautiful park with a museum on site. We paid $22/night for elec/water only and there is no weekly rates. We camped here to help prepare for my sister's wedding on-site in the park. There are many historic buildings and hiking trails to explore here. Halloween is a huge event, so all the RV sites in Campgrounds 1-3 are taken starting the first week of October as people reserve their spots in advance all month. The parking sites however are a bit bunched together so we may not have liked it anyway. We had to park in Farley Field for the week where we felt a bit more private, but then they kicked us out when it got closer to Trade Days (a monthly event). There was no Verizon cell or data coverage here - I could only get reception and 3G data near the registration office only. As soon as the wedding was over, we moved out of the park; it's too chaotic here in the month of October. Any other month would have been lovely, if you can disconnect from your Verizon coverage. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $23.00
Nice historic park, however campsites are tight and somewhat un-level. Not every site can except a big rig, many can. When you come into the full hookup area you must dodge trees and kids on bikes. Our site was very wet with leaves everywhere from last fall making it rather sloppy. The electrical system was being upgraded while we were there. Would we stay again, possibly, but will be in no real rush to return. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $21.00
This is a charming, woodsy campground with a museum, grist mill, pioneer farm, and other historical buildings. We were here during the week, and there were plenty of sites available. It appeared as if a few of the locals came in, parked their RVs, and left. I suspect they're coming back for the weekend. This place probably fills up quickly on the weekends. A few of the sites have 50 amp,and all in the loop we were in (#1) have sewer. The 50 amp sites are on the first driveway and have ample space between sites. Some of the sites on the water seemed closer together. The WiFi worked really well. We were unable to get satellite TV due to the trees and used our antenna, so our channel choices were limited. The sites are gravel, but ours wasn't very level. There are hiking/biking trails and lots of places to walk and take the dog. Hard to beat the price for FHU. It includes a 15% senior discount. We would camp here again. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $17.00
We spent a day here to check out the restored ironworks. It's a great place for a restful stop, not too far off the highway and definitely "in the woods". FHU sites are pretty close together along a stream, but we had a 50Amp pull through (no sewer) that was roomy and outstanding. The steel/iron museum was excellent as was the ironworks blast furnace and all the restored buildings. Highly recommend. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $21.00
Interesting place. We happened to be here during Spring break and the place was packed. Kids on bikes in packs like mini Hells Angels. No problems, just had to keep an eye out walking and driving. Sites are arranged with little planning and very jumbled; otherwise, level with a little compensation. We were next to a stream had ducks foraging. Restrooms were adequate, but nothing more. Would stay here again only at a less crowed time. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $35.00
Very interesting historic state park with lots of appeal. We happened to stay during AL schools' spring break and the place was jammed with young families. It was refreshing to see all the activity. Perhaps that is what made the place pretty pricey for our W/ E site which was placed among the trees rather haphazardly. The iron works historic sites are worth checking out. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $17.00
This is a great little rustic park and campground with numerous activities on the weekends and in the summer. The sites are well spaced with lots of trees and are level. It is like camping in the woods, but with amenities. We camped here in a 40ft motorhome with a tow vehicle without issue. It was still the off season and the restroom nearest our site was closed. However, the restrooms and showers by the office were open and well kept. All the hookups at all the sites were operational even in the off season. The office and the camp store were open. We would definitely stay here anytime on our trips north and south. Don't bypass this little gem if you are in the area. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $12.00
We found this little gem by accident and are very grateful! It is lovely. The staff were exceptionally pleasant and even stayed a little late to let us in. Don't take the negative comments about the mud too seriously. This is camping! All the areas were well cut out and marked off. Some of the smaller sites are just that. Smaller and not intended for a big rig. The staff allowed us to drive through and find a site that would accommodate our big rig and just report it back to them. The bathrooms do need some attention/increased budgetary consideration though. That is the only down side to this lovely campground. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $20.00
The actual campground in this park is sad, some sites have a little gravel but most are just a dirt/gravel mixture. When it rains you are walking in mud. Very little maintenance goes on in the camping area. The camp sites and bath houses are past due for a remodel. Sewer sites are scarce and only exist in section 1. Most sites are small and hard to access due to trees. The restaurant in this park is no longer in operation. OK for an over nighter if you are passing through, but that's about it. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $21.00
Friendly staff. Would have given a higher score if the bathrooms and showers were cleaner. They were fairly large bathhouses and the people "cleaning" them in the morning were in and out in no time. Maybe the budgets are tight at the park so they don't have the labor dollars to clean them better? Anyway, they were pretty bad. The park itself was incredible. Tons of history. Be sure and check out the ironworks museum. Well worth the $2 if you like history. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $25.00
This park is super pretty. Lots of trees and historical stuff to do. We stayed here just one night but would be great to return to see everything that this park has to offer. We have a 45 foot fifth wheel and you definitely HAVE to pay attention because the trees are very numerous. We made it through just fine, but you have to just be choosy about what pull through you take and make sure you can get out of the same spot. A guy next to us had a much smaller trailer than ours and he hit a tree so you just have to be careful no matter how big or small your rig is. They have an easily accessible dump station on your way out since our site did not have sewer. The park is pretty big and tons of stuff for kids to be occupied. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $20.00
I loved this park! There is so much to see and do. There is a museum with a small fee that is well worth it. But the part I enjoyed the most was hiking to see the ironworks, the gristmill, the various period building, and the slave cemetery. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $20.00
Check in was slow. Site was tiny, too many RVs crammed into to small a space. Even with our small travel trailer it was difficult to negotiate parking. There was a tree stump in the middle of the site. The rest of the Park was great, especially the museum. Food was good at the nearby restaurant. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $16.00
This is a good size state park with three loops. Loop 1 has sewer drops and other two loops do not. Large number of sites were 50 amp and water. Sites are like other state parks, hard to get in and out of on a number of sites. Sites were hard to find or see due to ground cover and sites were the same. Park is full of older heavy trees. Some trees are a pain to miss as you try to park so you need to use a lot of care here. This park has a 14 day limit but yet we see TT that have been here a long time. Odd to see Sat. dishes fixed on poles, fires wood in stacks five feet high, large table and tents, with no cars, trucks, or people around the sites. Also saw tents the same way. TV over the air would only pick up one channel and it was poor at best. Sat. TV is a tough trick to pick up due to the trees. Verizon cell and air card worked but very poorly. Our 3G card was working slower that a dial up. Smoke was bad all the time due to all the campfires people need to have and heat was around 90 degrees. The restaurant looked nice but we did not have time to try it. Staff gave me the wrong information on the correct way to our site and that was a problem to get out of. Other people told me this happens all the time. The museum on pig iron was nice to tour. Very large park with lots of very old homes and shops to look at. Rate was due to age 62 or over. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $20.00
We set up on the Thursday before the Labor Day weekend. The place was absolutely packed by Saturday. Friendly staff. The camp store had the essentials, plus souvenirs and goodies for the kids. The campground is located in a valley with two spring fed streams merging into one, which fed the Ironworks just below. Campfire smoke has nowhere to go unless there is a strong wind. Restroom/showers were OK. Didn't try the new restaurant. Labor Day had a Moon Pie eating contest, a band, kid stuff to play on, and food vendors. Will be back next year. We camped at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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