This was a great park that was well kept and the staff were friendly and welcoming. Some of the spots near the front appeared to be full-time residents, but the back area near the pond (where we stayed) was more transient RV'ers coming and going. Pads were huge with an area to park the car. Nice patio with table. Wifi worked great and we had no problem getting satellite reception. Location was good with easy access to freeways, but minimal noise. We would stay here again. - tmiller505
This was my second visit to Capital City RV Park. This time we choose a premium site at $150 per week. Full hook-up, wide and long gravel site with cement patio and metal patio table. Shrubs separated out site from our neighbors. Plenty of room for parking. Very comfortable site.
The owner led us to our site upon our arrival. As always, he was friendly and concerned that our stay was excellent. He told us that he expected to have satellite tv installed the next week. We had a good open sky for our direct tv. The location is excellent for all Montgomery sites. Easy to get to/from. The only place I'll stay in Montgomery. - 15243
This is a good place for an overnight night stop. Fairly good interior roads, sites all level pull-throughs with Ok space between. Sites are gravel with a small cement patio. Very little grass or trees. There is a very nice playground for the kids. A very nice dog park. Only 2 washers and dryers for the whole park. The park is well kept, even all the residents keep their lots clean. Only 4 Uni-sex bathrooms which have the toilet and shower behind the same door. The office told us that there in no more Cable TV. Internet is as expected with this many sites. There are many rules, but that is what keeping the park clean. It had a feel of a parking lot to us, but fine for an overnight stay. - Living the Dream
Prior reviews tell it all. One note for prior visitors, the campsite numbers have been changed. For example our wonderful site last year was 27, this year it is 102. TV reception last year was good, this year we only got PBS. Our Verizon phone was marginal, Verizon data service OK. The rate is for Golden Age card. - rncordy
This park is now run by AWA properties and does NOT have any amenities except basic cable TV is provided (no bath house/laundry). We loved it being close to shopping yet woodsy and out of site of traffic. We lived here fulltime for nearly a year. The electric is not metered: included in the rent. There are only 2 pull through sites. Mrs Watson still lives in big house behind park. I'd highly recommend this park for someone working in the Montgomery area. - slawrence
We talked to Mrs Watson, she is a very nice lady. Her park is small and most sites are full year round. We had to park in front of bed & breakfast rooms near pool. Sites were 30 amps with water only. Her park is on 88 acres (old farm). Short road in and out of park, one lane only, you can not pass on this road. Low trees are a small problem. Her bed & breakfast house is very nice, we would love to spend a night in B&B with her in future. Lot of new business people have moved into east part of Montgomery close to exit 11 on I-85. - Motorhome Madness
Excellent COE park! We stayed in the Catoma Loop and all sites are concrete, full hook-ups. Most will fit any size rig with no problem. Bring everything you need because the trip back out to pick up something is quite a distance. AT&T cell service was poor. Locals fill up the campground on the weekends and it gets really busy. But still worth the trip. We stayed on a site facing the water and will definitely return. - Bellman
This is a delight. Almost all Corps of Engineer facilities are great, and that includes Gunter Hill. There is no Wi-Fi or cable TV hookup, but everything else is superb. The staff is very helpful and the sites are beautiful. The setting on the lake is superb. Everything is spotless. The rate is with the Senior Pass. - User3434
All the previous reviews are correct. The new Catoma section is beautiful, nicely spaced sites, wide roads, and sufficient for big rigs. The park has wonderful camper hosts and it is overall a very nice peaceful place to camp. All utility hook ups worked as intended with no loss of power even during a horrendous rain storm that lasted all day. The park is not close to stores so bring what you need when you come. Also, the Verizon service is non existent, thus the reason for a 9, not the parks fault. There is an AF base near by, so if that bothers you keep that in mind. We would definitely return to this park. - buffy
Campground is just off US 231 on the banks of the Tallaposa River, some sites have carport covers tall enough for any RV, but no longer than 30', narrow road down to the park, beware to swing wide on the left turn back up the road on leaving (we scratched our paint on some metal stantions hidden in the weeds), many permanent residents, this campground is nothing fancy, but we have had a pleasant stay both times we have stayed there for a week each time. - AFChap
The park is quite old and the entrance roads and tarmac at the office are in need of attention. The site was a pull through, hard surface and level. Quite a few permanent residents. Adjacent to Interstate. - W Howard
This park was in the Good Sam parks book as a Good Sam park, however it is NOT a good Sam Park any longer. It is very run down, dirty with poor hook ups. We will not stay there again. - racomarley
Can you say Deliverance? Live and learn - I will never stay in a park without referring to RV Park Reviews again. This place was reviewed last in 2007 and nothing has changed. I did have 50 amp that worked fine, but there is nothing to recommend the park other than it is easy on and easy off the interstate, and there is a easy in and out diesel place outside the gate. The park was quiet, eerily so. Several mildew covered permanent trailers on either side. Close the door and turn on the AC. Glad to say good-bye. Very unfriendly dude checked us in. Stay away. Pretty trees, and the power worked, otherwise a zero. - Tiny Beast
Whatever you do, don't use GPS to find this place - we ended up down a dirt road in some guy's ranch, and he had to help us back out and gave us the correct directions. It's near a lot of fast food restaurants and has grass/gravel pull-through spaces. Nothing fancy but convenient.
The Wi-Fi is one of few we've encountered that actually works! But the cable stopped working after a couple of hours - local stations were OK with just the antenna though.
People are nice and we didn't encounter any issues. - Catsinatrailer
We stayed in site 303 which is a gravel relatively level spot with a board on the drivers side to get our RV level. There is a concrete patio pad with no table. Recently mowed and weeded left the pad a mess along with trash at the site; including a leftover pet scoop bag. The park is close to a noisy road, fire station, and hospital so there are a lot of sirens during different times of day and night. Trains once in a while. The laundry had 3 washers and 3 dryers; with one washer out of order. The outside of the park area was neglected and the floor of the laundry needed swept. There are a lot of sites that look to be used for contractors but quiet at the time we stayed. - SubSailor
OK place to stay - clean, level gravel pads with cement picnic table pad (no tables provided), hookups good, but require high pressure water adapter (available to purchase, or use your water tank, which we did). Bathrooms and shower area clean and well heated this time of year. Not a beautiful place at all, no trees, trailers lined up in rows, but there is a small wooded pond. Noise from nearby I-65 minimal, restaurants very convenient, easy access to downtown Montgomery. - camperlite