10 RV Parks near Opelika, Alabama
Sep 2017 - $40.00
An okay campground to stay at for a night. Gravel roads and mostly level sites. Looks like the place is a work in progress. Owner very nice and escorted us to our site. A bit much to pay. It looked like all sites are full hook up. - cneeka
Jun 2017 - $40.00
We used this campground as an over night stop to Florida. The staff we extremely friendly and escorted us to our site and pointed out locations for hookups. I don't know if there was any bathroom facilities or not. There are a lot of full time residents here. Most were construction people and I assume they were working there at the campground as they are in the process of making a lot of improvements. It is just off a busy hwy and noise was a problem but we turn our air conditioner to constant fan and it drowned the noise out. This place has a lot of potential and I think will be much improved in the months to come. We stayed there on the way to and from Florida.. - Garrison Smith
Dec 2015 - $35.00
Gravel sites with red clay on top. Hookups worked great. Very friendly owner who escorted us to our site. Checks or cash only no discounts. No Wifi or cable but was able to get satellite. Only stopped for overnight not sure if we would stop again. - roaming around
Sep 2017 - $35.00
We fled in a MotorCoach from central FL and Hurricane Irma to this delightful rv park. What a gem of a park ! Concrete level pads, full hookups all around, lush grass, superb gravel roomy interior roads. All just 6 miles off I-85 expy. Mgr was fantastic too. We will go out of our way to come back. - David Fuller
Apr 2017 - $35.00
This is a very clean and quiet park about 6 miles off the highway. The park manager is super helpful and great to work with. There is an historic house at the front of the park. There is a play ground. This is a very nice park. - mcm
Nov 2016 - $20.00
A diamond in the Rough! Super nice facilities, easy check in, no road noise, some small hiking trails near by not to mention an authentic Haunted House! while we were there they had a group of "Ghost Hunters" there... The camp host is as nice as anyone we have ever met. Will definatley stay there if we ever get another opportunity, we only stayed two nights. They only take cash or checks so be prepared. Don't miss this one! - RET CWO4 USCG
Mar 2017 - $32.00
Nice spacious campsites. We stayed during a quiet time of year although there were day visitors using the mountain bike trails and fishing. The mountain bike trails were at all different levels and there was a paved bike trail just outside the park's entrance. - Hikers
Jan 2017 - $31.00
Stayed here for the sole purpose of attending an event at Auburn University, as such I doubt if we'll ever return. RV section of the park appeared to be nothing but work campers. Tents, tarps and utility trailers were on just about every occupied site. Beer cans & bottle tops strown throughout the grounds. Sites are gravel, most are unlevel and our site looks as someone dumped their tanks on the ground, toilet tissue everywhere. Although it is a locked, gated park after hours at no time did we see a ranger on patrol. - birdbrains
May 2015 - $27.00
We stayed 3 nights to visit the area.
The park is located near I-85 with easy access along good paved roads. The entrance was a little narrow. The parking area for check in had a significant slope.
The park facilities were built by the CCC. It shows in the building construction and age. The park has several day use areas including extensive BMX bicycle trails throughout the park.
The interior roads are paved but narrow. The sites are crushed gravel, generally level but lined with poles causing them to be narrow. Not many pull through sites. Some pull through sites required climbing a short but steep incline to reach the parking area. Privacy between the sites is based upon the distance and vegetation.
There was an extensive tree canopy blocking any satellite reception. Fortunately we were assigned Site 20 which had a good view to the South for satellite. Sites on either side of 20 may provide satellite reception with a portable dish.
Park map claimed there were 3 broadcast channels. Couldn't get any of them.
Our Verizon hotspot reception was good.
No designated pet area but there was sufficient distance along the park roads to walk dogs. Don't remember if there were bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste. There were garbage cans around to dispose of waste. There were dogs off leash both in the campground areas and the day use areas.
The only dumpster was near the entrance to the first campground loop.
We were invaded by little black ants!
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter but the bathhouses were designated as shelters.
Would not stay here again. - bsb814
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This is a plain Jane RV park. Sites are close for the most part. The actual address city is Waverly, but it is not an acceptable city for this review for some reason. Sites are gravel. Monthly rate is currently $400. Owner friendly and helpful. There are stables, so you can bring your horse. Walking paths and a lake. It is very quiet. Was also told that the web site of www.rvandstables.com was not correct, but it worked for me. Shopping within two miles or so. - bilmo
May 2017 - $44.00
We stayed here for two nights and loved it. Very clean and had concrete pads. Couldn't get cable to come in but didn't need it since gone both days for wedding. The people are mainly permanent but very nice. Would stay again. One of cleanest rv spots ever stayed in. - Charlotte reece
Mar 2016 - $45.00
Way overpriced! There is nothing here to justify $45/night WITH the discount. Not even a dog walk area. Just take your dogs down the row and let 'em rip on someone else's living space. Not my preferred method. I had one of the 1/2 dozen concrete pull throughs which was not level by any means. The spaces are tight, the gravel interior roads very rough, the garbage cans (no dumpster) were overflowing (I counted 4 for the entire park) and were not emptied during the 2 days I was there. And this is off season. But the people were very nice! That is a plus! I guess if your are an Auburn football fan you might be grateful just to have a place to park and party. But since I am not an Auburn football fan this park fell way, way short. How Good Sam could rate it an 8/10/10 is totally beyond me - and makes me totally suspicious of their review system. Not again. I will try something else if I ever visit Auburn again. I have a 42' and pull a full size pick up. There was enough room to maneuver in the park but it was just enough. - kdlee747
Jan 2015 - $45.00
Thought it was expensive for what was there. Without Good Sam Discount, it would be $50/nite! Concrete pad, gravel driveway. WiFi is good. No cable working at the time we were there. No pool, no playground. Nice clubhouse. This park seems more geared toward Auburn football season. Mostly, seasonal people. If full, this park would be very close to your neighbor. The grill is placed to share with your neighbors right next to the sewage hookup!
No fire ring, picnic tables sparsely situated around the grounds. - Sunne
May 2016 - $40.00
Spent two nights at University Station during graduation. This is a very large park with well kept parking spots. Some RV parking locations had a slight slope down hill to a level parking spot. Our spot was 80' long.
Pros: very nicely maintained park, good water pressure and electrical service, all utilities were correctly located on the lot. Very nice shade trees, grass manicured, packed gravel lot.
Cons: No signage providing directions to the office. Directly across the street from the train tracks. Once past the office, the road becomes gravel. There had been some heavy rain earlier in the week and water had eroded the road resulting in some small ditches carved in the road.
Overall, a very nice park and we'll be back again. - Maddog11
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Long, level back-in site with full hookups (50 amp). Rate paid was cash to avoid a surcharge for credit cards. Blazing AT&T and Verizon 4G LTE speeds, major networks digital OTA (abc, cbs, fox, nbc, pbs plus cats & dogs). Park is used primarily for Auburn Tigers tailgating in the fall, bluegrass festivals in the summer. Nearly deserted in march but fully operational. Convenience store with gas pumps and breakfast/lunch menu on site. Try for site at back of park to get away from train whistle noise. Convenient to I-85. - KodiakHouse
Apr 2014 - $45.00
Level gravel site, good power and water. No cable. We were at the top of the hill. It had rained buckets for a few days before. The area was very wet. Out site was fine but many would have been a problem. A special event was going on at the University so the park had buses running into town. Friendly staff. - CC Happy Camper
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Make sure you make the first turn at Leisure time Campground sign. You will be in trouble if you don't. Site K was fabulous. Great creek side view with rambling water.... very peaceful. - Dave Krobath
May 2017 - $50.00
Easy in and out and very friendly staff. Had very nice wide and long site by the large creek running through the edge of the property. Would definitely stay again. - WayBro
May 2017 - $45.00
First and foremost, if you are using GPS DO NOT go past the entrance. Ours wanted us to go 4/10 of mile which is too far. You can see park sitting on hill from RT 29 S but you will want to turn just after the Hampton Inn Hotel. Drive to park is a bit convoluted but manageable. Sign for park does not say Auburn Leisure Time, just Leisure Time. Our site "A" was a great view of the city baseball fields and we were able to watch a game from our picnic table. If this is your site you'll need to pull into it and walk to the office. If you go past it you must go all the way around and come back to it. We would stay here again if ever in the area. - beach walker
Sep 2017 - $1.00
This is a mobile home park and RV park .The grounds are very well maintained and the staff were very courteous and accommodating. We made our visit during hurricane evacuation at a time when finding a campsite anywhere was impossible but they took great care of us. I will recommend this campground to anyone looking for a good quiet location close to restaurants, WalMart and the big city of Columbus, Ga. - Ron Wissinger
Feb 2016 - $60.00
This park was extremely clean with a great managing staff on site. It was very easy to contact the park and set up dates to stay. I was able to set up extended stay dates for I had work in the area. The park was very quiet and well maintained. I will be returning back if I ever have work in the Bi-city area again. - rhlake
May 2017 - $28.00
Wonderful! Easy access off I-85. Easy turns for big rigs. Very clean and large sites. Wonderful views of lake. Most back-in but some pull - through. Most sites look level. Look for picture of site when making online reservations. Sprint cell service was poor and could only get a couple OTA TV stations. - DLuther
Nov 2016 - $26.00
Our campsite was nice and level, when the lake is full this will be a lake site. Verizon hot spot worked well as did our phones, we were able to pick up around 8 channels for the TV with our antenna. Bathrooms were clean, very small and no showers. The Fall colors were beautiful, we enjoyed riding our bikes thru the campground. It is a good weekend stay. - thejones357
Nov 2016 - $12.00
This vast COE campground/park system lies along the southeast side of West Point Lake in a mixed deciduous forest. The lake's dam is in the park. Located about 5 to 6 miles off of I-85 from the Lanett, Alabama or West Point, Georgia exits. Follow US 29 north out of West Point towards LaGrange. The campground is simply first class. Although there are road signs on US 29 marking the turn into the park, the large entrance sign is on granite and is difficult to read, especially at night. Inside the campground, directions to numbered campsites are well marked. About 80% of the campsites are waterfront with panoramic views of the lake or its coves, mix of shade and sun. Most have a downhill asphalt driveway that slopes onto a level concrete pad. If a site had a level driveway, it was entirely fine gravel. We saw some evidence of bumper and hitch gouging on the concrete pad at some sites. Especially acute was Site #34. There are some pull-through sites, and many double sites. Some sites had wooden decks. There are additional parking slips for extra vehicles or boat trailers, and on-road marked parking. Picnic tables with fine gravel sitting/campfire living areas are spacious. The distances between campsites vary from fairly close to downright isolation. Some sites have 50 amp service, majority seemed to have 30 amp only. Electric and water worked fine. Quiet and dark at night. Train horns can be heard in the far distance night and day. Dual direction dump station near gatehouse, no sewer at sites. Restrooms were quite clean, small, and had no showers in our loop. Fantastic roadways for walking, jogging, and bicycling. Dog poo was an issue on roadsides. In addition to the paved roads, there are 7 miles of off-road bicycling trails. There was a playground with a swing set and slide, and one tennis court. OTA DTV was limited to PBS and Cozi. Sprint phone was 3 bar and LTE. A few raccoons at night. We'd stay here again. - The Happy Traveler
May 2015 - $14.00
This is another magnificent COE park. Some people seem to have a hard time locating it because it straddles the state line of AL/GA. This caused some low usage at times and the Corps has decided to only open it for three days per week in the 2015 season. This is the only drawback to an otherwise great place to get away. - tommyg
Aug 2011 - $12.00
This is an excellent COE campground. The rate quoted was with Golden Age Passport. The restrooms with shower were spotless and were cleaned twice a day. The sites were very wide and accommodated my RV (35 foot) without any problems. The only drawback is that there is not any stores within 7 miles of the campground, so be sure you have everything you need. - Phillip D