22 RV Parks near New Hope, Alabama
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of New Hope. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near New Hope in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Campground is right on the lake. We were lucky and picked two of the best campsites for lakefront views. Campground was clean, sites were tight getting into but spaced well apart for the most part. About half the campground is taken up by seasonal sites and they were clean and quiet. Camp staff was knowledgeable and helpful. - LDW5707
Jan 2017 - $36.00
Beautiful campground with awesome view of the mountains around the lake. We stayed on the lakefront for just 2 nights. Boat access nearby and several fishing piers. Nice roomy, wooded sites. Will go back. - CLCampers
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Honeycomb is Federal property (TVA) leased to a management company. The layout and general construction is similar to a COE or US Federal Service campground. The management company does a good job in running this park. The facilities are well maintained.
Honeycomb has a monthly rate, and many of the campers here are "long term". However, the campground does not resemble a typical private campground with close spaced campers and plumbed in sewer connections. In fact, there are no sewer connections on these sites.
The sites are well spaced and level. Most are large enough for a motorhome, but check with the office before reserving; the map published on the Honeycomb website does not have lengths indicated on it. There is a nice fishing pier available to the campers and another close dock for boaters. There are two trails for hiking - one just around the CG and another longer trail that goes along the lake. Most sites are partially shady, but with enough holes in the trees to allow for satellite reception. There is a swimming beach also.
There is a small camp store that has junk food, camping supplies a d fishing worms.
The discount rate they offer for seniors is 10%. I forgot to ask for it when I registered and asked about it when I Checked in. Instead of giving me a refund for the 10%, they gave me a store credit, which was fine with me.
This is a nice CG and we will return. - Bama Camper
May 2018 - $22.00
We stayed 3 nights (total cost $66). Campground office is the same as the marina fuel dock. It's a relatively small campground with lots of trees. That's good. But the place seemed to suffer from a profound lack of maintenance: 1) The road circling the campground was breaking up. There were many potholes including one in front of our site approx 2' x 3' x 10" deep. I was able to avoid it, but that wasn't easy. 2) The water connection was in a box below grade. The handle on the water spigot was stripped -- I had to use a pair of pliers to turn the water on/off. 3) The grounds were not mowed. There was a lot of tree detritus (small branches, twigs, etc) all over the ground. 4) Several sites (most?) appeared to have tire tracks next to the RV blacktop pad as if RVs had difficulty maneuvering in / out of the site (I had to jockey around a bit but managed to stay on the blacktop). 5) As I walked across the circle, there appeared to be lots of tire tracks in the dirt / mud. 6) The dump station is weird. It's more like a marine pumping station, with a long hose and pump rather than a place to dump. There were connectors (with directions posted), however, so theoretically you could connect to an RV tank to dump. However, the first foot or so of those connectors were rigid so I could not get it into my motorhome bay to connect to dump. And if you accidently have spillage, there's a hose and nozzle but no place to wash it down. 7) We did not use the restroom or showers. In the men's room, there were (maybe 6) showers with a chair (was it to block the shower?). Most had a shower curtain wadded in the middle of the shower floor. We used this as a base of operations with day trips to Scottsboro and Huntsville so we really weren't in the campground much. The only way we'd stay here again is if we couldn't find another reasonably-priced campsite. - arboldt
May 2016 - $22.00
Quiet campground at a marina on the Tennessee River. Sites are moderately level, large enough. Some long-term residents. All were friendly. Staff was helpful. Dump station is a pump intended for boats. Fitting was wrong for RV so ended up spilling some and carrying the rest to the next campground. - William Custer
Aug 2014 - $18.00
Not a bad place to stay if you want to fish and boat. The main draw back, no sewer sites and it's under a canopy of trees. - TheTideRide
Apr 2017 - $24.00
For a park in the state park system, this park gives Alabama a bad name. The park is in a valley near the Cathedral Cavern park building. It is not very well maintained. There are no lights in the park at night. The water faucet at my site was broken and leaked badly. The bathrooms were in poor conditions with many toilets and showers not working. the sites are all gravel with little room to enter or leave the site in a large vehicle. The sites are also not level. You will need leveling pads for certain. There is no cell service in the area, no TV and no WIFI. You must go at least five miles away from the park to get cell service. The only thing we enjoyed about the park was the tour of the Caverns. This is a very beautiful cave system and a must see, but do not camp overnight at the park. - chevytrkr
Oct 2015 - $18.00
We were looking for a camp site for the night near the Unclaimed Baggage store in Scottsboro, and this was close and on the way. We arrived at the state park at night without reservations but the gate to the park and visitors center was closed. We were about to leave when a Ranger pulled up behind us and pointed out that we had passed the campground road a few hundred feet back and we could just pick a spot and pay in the morning (just watch for the small campground sign on the right just after you make the last turn to the park road). He then helped us back into one of the electric back-in sites, which were actually pretty wide and long enough to allow us to keep our 16' Camper and pickup attached.
The sites are all grass, entered from a gravel loop road. The electric and water sites appear to be back-in, and there are a few primitive pull-through sites inside the loop, mostly used by tenters and class B vans.
The restroom was well lit and clean. They hope to get a dump station next year, but there was none available at this time.
This would be an excellent spot for a visit to the nice caverns at this state park, they are just up the hill at the visitors center. - johnhag
Oct 2017 - $14.00
Convenient access to Hwy. Downside is it's to close to hwy. Road noise began about 4:30 and was pretty constant. No problems with site, level pull thru. If you can ignore traffic noise it's just fine. - abqnm
Sep 2017 - $30.00
We stayed monthly. The monthly cost was good but did not include cable, wifi, and they provided only a modest electrical credit. No cell phone service for T-Mobile (at all) but Verizon and AT&T worked. The pool was already closed end of August. No park manager on site until 12:30 pm every day as the owners run a small gas station 1/2 mile from RV park. In cold weather, they require you to weather proof the water feed or they turn it off. If you need cable it cost extra and they don't provide cable wire. We couldn't get over the air tv at all. Owners were easy to talk to but always too busy to help with any issue except selling propane. Traffic noise was aweful. I would not advise anyone to plan a long term stay as we did but a two or three day overnight would be fine. Just don't arrive before 12:00 pm unless you can call them. - Wilhite
Jul 2017 - $30.00
A small park and small sites. Mine was about 20'x45'. The owner is very outgoing and helpful with local info. The 4 lane to the space center is right there. Very little traffic. Easy access and easy return. No worry's about city streets and such. Basic admission to space center $25. ea. No cable but antenna got locals and sat for the rest. Wifi OK at the enclosure in center of park. The salt water pool was very refreshing. Lots of room to walk the dog. Ok for a few days to see the local area, but sites are small. - Libby
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Clean park with concrete or paved sites. Owner owned sites. Most are back in, although there are six huge modern pull through. Public lake access within a mile. Park roads are somewhat tight but easily negotiated. - GIJoe2011
Jul 2013 - $40.00
Great Park. Ownership, but they do rent some sites. Very friendly, near lots of wilderness, hiking, parks and lakes for fishing. - User3143
Apr 2012 - $22.00
A little out of the way and not on the lake, but very clean and a very friendly manager. This is a deed purchase park where unused lots are rented as camp sites. All roads are paved, and the sites are large with concrete pads and patios. Water hook up was a little inconvenient, but managable. We would stay here again. - ratracer
Sep 2012 - $22.00
Campsites could be leveled better; there are a fair number of semi permanent campers. Host was helpful and friendly. There was a dump station, two bath houses, boat ramp, and good neighbors. Quiet campground located on Lake Guntersville. We will camp there again. - AU Fishing
Nov 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here for a week, while surveying the Huntsville area for retirement location. We called ahead and the manager told us that if he wasn't there (having hand surgery that day), to just pick a spot and we'd settle later. It's easy to find: midway between Lacey's Springs and Morgan City, and on the west side of US-231. Mostly long-term singles/couples in this park: most working at Redstone Arsenal, but everything is neat and well-kept, and it's quiet (and no dogs running loose).
It's an older park, but water/sewer/electric are all in good repair, and there is a small building with washer/dryer (and shower still in-work). (Figuring you ought to be fully self-contained at this park.) Our site was level, and plenty long for our 35-footer and TOAD. It's not a "destination," nor would we call it "kid-friendly," but it sure is a nice place to hang your hat while visiting the area, or passing through. - johngalt
Jun 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here while visiting family that lived just a few miles away. It was a nice, quiet park. We had a pull-through site that required little leveling. No amenities here (they do have a laundry and rest room, but it is an old trailer with a bathroom and one washer and dryer). Very nice owners who live on site. We would stay here again when visiting family. - SheilaB104
Jan 2017 - $30.00
Upon our arrival, we couldn't help but notice the 5.1 mph speed limit sign! We got a good chuckle out of that, but I could swear that one lady was cruising along on her golf cart doing AT LEAST 5.5 mph!!! haha. We met the "Sheriff" at the gate. Park manager wears a baseball cap that says Sheriff and his golf cart has a blue light on top, so he patrols the park. We called him when we were about 15 mins out to alert him of our ETA. He let us in upon arrival, & led us to our camp site. Check in was as easy as handing him our card at the site, he swiped it with his phone, handed us a receipt, and voila! We were checked in. Easy peasy! All sites are gravel, long and spacious, and pull-thru. Our site could have easily fit two of our 26' Class C rvs and a long bed pick-up. I believe only permanent residents (along the perimeter of the park) have concrete pads. The park is set up so that all traffic flows in one direction. Big rigs should have no trouble maneuvering. We were quite pleased with the fact that the power (both 30 and 50 amp), water, AND sewer hook-ups were located alongside the rig in a grass strip, about 5' wide, that separates each site. So convenient!! Just a few steps from our rig was the bathrooms and laundry building - all of which were meticulous and roomy. We were there in January, so the grounds were bare, but I can imagine that this place is gorgeous in the spring, summer and fall. The grounds are well maintained and there is a pool patio area with picnic tables, benches, soda machine, a swing set for children. Also noticed horseshoes, a gold fish pond with a small waterfall, & walking trails. There are fire rings around the park. Wifi and cell signal were excellent. Park is pet friendly. The only downside was the amount of traffic noise we heard from the road, but when trees are blooming, it should buffer the noise. Everyone was friendly and nice. We enjoyed our stay. - GaTripsters
May 2016 - $30.00
Great park with wide open sites and good wi-fi, water pressure and super friendly people. Definitely will return. - The DnD Adventure
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Nicest park in Guntersville!
They have the largest pull through sites of any campground we have ever stayed in. I have a Lincoln Navigator and pull an Airstream. I also have a 1946 Diamond T Truck that we take with us for fun. I can fit all of this on the lot plus 2 more vehicles if needed.
The park is clean and safe. They have recently won a beautification award from Guntersville.
Restrooms are nice, very, very clean.
WiFi is the best of any park we have stayed at.
We have stayed a month and will definitely return. My wife is from Guntersville so we come here 2-3 times per year.
The staff and owners are very friendly.
Originally we planned to stay a few days, then decided to stay a week, then 2 and in a few days we will have been here a month!
I could say many more great things about this park but space is limited. - TravelinMan57
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Great service and amenities with many recreation opportunities and onsite dining, dog park, OTA TV service. Sites are close together like most parks and need much more gravel (some sites have none). Cement Patio was at or below grade so dried slowly and difficult to remove mud from recent rain and prior occupants. Got a lot of mud on my truck and trailer due to insufficient gravel. - AL RVer
Feb 2018 - $1.00
We stayed here on a trial membership to OCP. This place must have done a lot of work since some of the previous reviews. It has all the facilities listed in reviews plus excellent Wi-Fi and AT&T service. Due to the time of the year it had only a few campers. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was the lack of limestone at our exit door but while we were there they had a tractor hauling and spreading at other sites so I assume they will all be repaired. Our kids are grown so it's just the two of us but I can see that it is an excellent place for kids. Indoor and outdoor pools, put put gulf, basketball, volleyball and tennis court, etc. It is a resort, not just a campground If we decide to purchase a membership it will be because of this campground - dlfishing
May 2017 - $10.00
Bought a membership in March. Pro's. Staff is great. Very well maintained. Con's Very crowded during holiday periods. Constant parade of golf carts, ATV's cars and trucks from daylight until quiet time. Would like them to ban all the traffic unless arriving or departing. Way too much traffic, don't feel safe when walking or biking due to constant traffic. - Esccargot