4 Parks near Orange Beach, Alabama
Feb 2007 - $25.00
A very old park lots of permanent folks. Staff was nice but park was old and did not bode well for a 40 foot rig. Sites are small cracked concrete not all sites are 30/50 amp. Lots of trees and overhanging branches both at sites and during entrance. I won't stay here again a small rv or travel trailer would be OK. We did not use the facilities so I don't know what shape they are in. - rbendinger
Jan 2016 - $90.00
We spent three nights at Buena Vista RV Coastal RV Resort in space 15, a pull-in space facing the lake. Despite the very cold and windy weather, we found the park to be a great place to stay. The park was not even half-full over New Year's weekend. There is a very good indoor heated pool and fitness center. Our dogs enjoyed the two fenced dog runs (all-grass, no dirt or mud). Everyone we met couldn't have been nicer. They are under construction on a new phase of sites across the lake.
We would definitely return next time we are in Orange Beach. - expdek570
Oct 2015 - $100.00
This is a luxury RV Resort with all the amenities. The park is very new. The sites are gorgeous. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and take exquisite care of the property. Includes beach access at Gulf State Park, practically next door. The park has a beautiful clubhouse with indoor pool, exercise facilities, restrooms/showers, hot tub, and a large meeting room for social gatherings. We will definitely return every chance we get. - rdpricejr
Jun 2015 - $90.00
Top quality everywhere I look. Oversized pads, large lots, quite a few with amenities such as Tiki Huts with outdoor kitchens, a lot with it's own pool, one with a spa and outdoor kitchen, and one with a beautiful coach house. The resort has a great indoor pool and spa, pet area, a huge event center with four smart TVs, a kitchenette, rest rooms, beautiful furniture and a great view of the Gulf and resort.
I didn't give it a perfect rating because the resort has four more phases to complete. The plans include a large zero entry pool, lazy river, waterfalls, and a restaurant on-site.
When finished, I'm convinced this could be the best Motorcoach resort in the south east if not the U.S. - RobertDMcGuire
May 2015 - $100.00
Ouch. We left after one day. Horribly overpriced and cliquish community. We felt more comfortable at a swanky RV Resort right on the beach down the road so stayed for the rest of our time over there. The resort was very clean and the staff seemed nice enough, but cliquish beyond belief (would it hurt someone as an owner to say hi or give a friendly wave?). The amenities are showing a bit of age. The lots were tight and packed in with small casitas on the lots; basically sheds right up against the coach. Not sure my husband and I will return next season. - cybersandra
Feb 2015 - $60.00
We stayed for five days in Site 06, which is a bit larger than other sites. It is considered a "value" site with a lower daily rate. Roads are wide and access to the site was easy. We were unable to use our awning due to the location of the coach house. We did not have access to the coach house but had patio furniture in the backyard of the site. There were very few other guests in the resort while we were there and it was quiet and peaceful. WiFi and facilities worked well and office staff were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our time and would return again. - LvR
Oct 2014 - $125.00
This resort sits on a beautiful spot on Bayou St. Jean. Many people have boats, which have direct access to the ocean. The sites would be large if there were not coach homes that take up half of the lot. They are wonderful for the owners, but renters rent the lot, not the amenities. We do have a 42 ft. motorhome and could get our slides out with some jockeying. No way to use our awning and we felt as if we were intruding on our neighbors when they were having nightly parties in their coach home/patio. We had a superior water view, lot 61. Grounds were immaculate.Very nice spot to spend a few days (4 nights) but not many members/renters around so I'm sure our experience was less full than others would have when more people are around. We had no access to the fitness room. The pool is beautiful but is a standing pool - no swimming room at all. Only about 20 ft. square. Grounds were immaculate. Much care is taken to keep them that way. - fencebuster
Jan 2012 - $25.00
Clean and quiet park. No activities. If you want group activities, you have to go to Bella Terra. The swamp at the south end of this park puts out an unpleasant smell in hot and muggy weather. That's part of the gulf lifestyle. Rules have recently changed to allow smaller RVs and outdoor clothes lines. Most site rates have increased dramatically for 2012. For those reasons alone we may not return. Otherwise, it was a quiet stay for 2 months of one of the warmest winters on record. - hcrv11
Nov 2011 - $25.00
Great class "A" RV resort in a great town. Gated entrance, wide streets and large sites, each with a gazebo. Two swimming pools and very nice clubhouse/laundry facilities. Strong Wi-Fi and good cable. Very private private and extremely quiet. We stayed here for a month and will definitely be back. - kenbrads
Oct 2011 - $45.00
This is a great resort to visit. The streets are wide so driving a big rig is not a problem. It has a gated entrance and well maintained. There is a gazebo at each site to enjoy the outside life. Great Wi-Fi and many cable channels to enjoy. It's private and extremely quiet. We will definitely be back.. - stumpjumper