13 RV Parks near Stevenson, Alabama
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stevenson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stevenson in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $17.00
We stayed here for a week for $120 while working as volunteers helping rebuild a church in the area that was destroyed by a tornado last year. The park was quiet and all hookups worked well and the WIFI was GREAT! You should enter by the Bellefonte Road entrance since there are low hanging limbs if you come in by the office from Hwy 72. The only issue we had was that even though the gravel pad looks solid, the soft ground under the gravel allowed our leveling jacks to sink so we had to raise them and put large wooden pads under them. There is no staff on site so you have to go the the Texaco station four miles north on Hwy 72 to check in. - Nomads_2
Sep 2016 - $20.00
We're staying a month = $400! Normally $120 a week, discounted if renting by the month. The park is an hours drive to Huntsville, AL & Chattanooga, TN. Easy access to I-24 and I -65. Fairly new park. The wifi works great. We're here visiting family and seeing doctors before heading to FL for the winter and it is all we need. It is close to the Tennessee river and fishing, great BBQ down the road. - Judy Owens MacNicol
Feb 2018 - $28.00
This is a nice campground. It is by a lake and a public park. We were able to run and swim our dog early morning without a leash. The park is clean. There are some long-term rigs there. I wouldn't say it handles big rigs very well--at least not 40' motorhomes! We pulled in after dark...I would not recommend unless you are familiar with the park! Their website's directions are not correct so be cautious! We tried a couple sites before deciding on one. Pads are gravel and soft (maybe just because it is early spring?) Our front jack went in about 6 inches. The pull-thrus are half-circles so if someone is in "front" of you your ability to pull out of your site could be very tight. There is no sewer at the sites...only dump station. Overall, I think it would be a great park for smaller rigs. - Gma Linda
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Love this park. This was our first time here since its 1.5hr out from our house. Very friendly staff also making sure everything was ok. Plenty of room for our kids to play safely and a huge bonus was the big playground area. Lots of area to fish which my husband loved. They had a big fire pit at every lot. Also a pole to hang a lantern if you needed one. Right off the interstate and close to a local Walmart if you forgot anything. Only thing that I personally don't like is they don't take reservations and do anything online. BUT WE WILL DEFINITELY COME BACK - Campingfamily4life
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is a very nice,clean campground located on Nickajack Lake/Tennessee River. Friendly management that were very accommodating! I have a small Casita TT, but the park could accommodate up to the largest Class A, I'm sure. Since I was only staying for the night and not even unhooking, the manager took me to a pull through site looking right at the lake. It was so pleasant, I hung around until almost noon the next morning! Electric and water hookups at sites, dump station on site. Perfect if traveling through because it is literally 2.5 miles off of I-24. They are open year round except for two weeks in January. They don't officially take reservations but if you know that you are coming in that no, you can call them and they will hold one for you. I will definitely stay there again overnight and hopefully for a few days sometime! - coosa
Aug 2012 - $25.00
We went to visit and look this campground over, and the owner gave us a very detailed tour. Talk about friendly! We had driven to this park 5 or 6 years ago, only to drive away and put it on our "do not go here" list. We thought we'd check it out once again, and we were very pleasantly surprised! The park is clean, showers and bathrooms extra clean. The cabins are very well appointed. The activities list goes on and on, and they are very motorcycle friendly. Visit the site and have a look at the pictures. They're honest pictures that give a true reflection of the feel of the park. I would give them a much better score if they had more sewer sites than they do. - TaylorShopping
May 2009 - $22.00
I'm not exactly sure how to rate this campground. On one hand, it had a special ambiance to it that took us back in time to the 1960's. It it a quiet, family-oriented campground with all of the basic necessities. The staff was very helpful and friendly, and the Caverns and Homestead exhibit were an added bonus. On the other hand, we felt like the campground was in disrepair. I'm sure being a small family run campground, that funds are tight to do improvements. However, they could increase their business by 200 percent if they would invest some money into it's appearance. My negative comments would include unlevel sites which are too close to each other, and the need to upgrade the bathhouse. My positive comments would include the beautiful scenery, nice pool and location with area attractions. - RandyP
May 2008 - $27.00
We are giving this campground a 7 only because it really needs some updating and upkeep. The caverns are great (our guide was very knowledgeable) , as is the animals, pool and the quiet area. At check in the people weren't too friendly. The bathrooms weren't cleaned and there wasn't a lot of hot water. I don't think that we will go back - noriwitt
May 2008 - $10.00
It is with reluctance I give this park a 6. There is a real dicotomy here. Start with the Pluses: Great location, quiet, recently part of Passport America (hence low rate), Wi-Fi (but only at picnic pavillion near cave entrance), lots of shade and room for kids, tent sites, lots to do at campground with caverns and woodworking and living history displays, close to Mentone and Fort Payne. Minuses: tight sites, some significant leveling issues, tight turns on gravel roads, steep grade in/out, dump station not on level surface and in disrepair, lack of hot water in showers (tepid at best, pilot light went out we were told), most of the sites could use some attention of some sort. We stopped here to visit the area, and were happy with choice. Take time to visit caverns and chat with family members. If you have PA, it is a GREAT deal. But if you have a big rig, are not comfortable on narrow roads, have trouble backing, then this may not be your cup of tea. I really want to see them succeed and keep this facility open. With the temporary closure of State Park campground for renovations, hopefully increased business will provide capital to make the improvements needed to bring this up to a 8 or 9 with out a lot of effort. - Too-wow
Jun 2018 - $45.00
The overnighters are in an open space in a graveled area. We rushed the check-in so we could get to the Unclaimed Baggage Store nearby, so never got the gate code, bathroom code or any info. Fine for an overnighter. - mac2school
Jun 2017 - $40.00
What a beautiful park surrounded by Lake Guntersville. Full hook up, including cable, on clean level sites of very small hard pack gravel on lake front (back in) or lake view (pull thru) sites. There are a lot of monthly but they are maintained and the staff stay on top of any issues. The park is gated so be sure to call ahead for reservations and gate access. - PositiveOutlook
Jun 2018 - $20.00
An amazing peice of property that could have so much potential. $20 a night for electric and water for our RV. We've always wanted to stay here because it looks so pretty when driving by on I-24, but what a disappointment. The bathhouse is an embarrassment. The light doesn't work, there is trash all over the place. No door on the stall. No paper. The garbage doesn't look like it's been picked up in a week. Really sad because the property could be so lovely. - Harbinger77
May 2017 - $18.00
This campground is on a peninsula in the Nickajack Lake/Tennessee River and is a prime location for those who like to fish or kayak with boat ramps, fishing piers and boat trailer parking. I did not see a lot of geese or droppings. It has a lot of seasonal campers but the ones we met were all friendly. It also has a lot of tents especially along the water. It may be difficult to find an available site in the summer because of the seasonal campers. I was able to reserve a site by phone in May. The office for checking in is a little tricky to find due to lack of signage and is in the middle of the park up on a hill. I recommend that you go to their website (www.marioncountypark.com) and print a map of the campground so that you can see which roads to take. It appears that the people who manage the campground live in a yellow mobile home which is where you check in. The dump station is near the office. There are 2 bathhouses. The one by the office is new and has 2 personal rooms with 1 shower, 1 sink and 1 toilet. The other one is very old with only 1 shower, 1 sink and 1 toilet. There is no sewer at the campsites and not all of the sites have 50 amp. The sites looked level, pads are gravel, only a few have a picnic table. There are fire rings all over the park. You can see this campground from I-24 but the road noise did not bother us at all. It is easy to get to from I-24 exit 158 which has a Loves's Travel gas station and restaurants. There are beautiful views of the water and mountains. The list of rules says no alcoholic beverages. The only complaint that I have with this park is that it has low water pressure. - Lini
Apr 2017 - $20.00
We arrived in our 40 ft RV and were a little confused which way we needed to go as there is a sign for tent campers and one for RV camping. We thought "we're RV camping, so let's go that way". Wrong. We had to go up to the office where it said tent camping. Anyway, the campground is very nice with decent sized spaces. We were in space 29 which has a fire pit and a nice view of the river. There are a few geese here, but nothing to gripe about. The only real negative I have is the trash left laying around. The fire pit had cans and cigarette butts thrown in. There was also trash thrown all around one set of trash bins. I cleaned both up in an effort to make it nicer for the next person. The shower/restroom area was so-so. I've seen better, but it was ok. We may come back again. - Jeannette E
Jul 2018 - $54.00
Very accommodating staff. Easy access to Chattanooga attractions. Kids activities get approval from our grandkids. ( pool, bouncing & playground). Best dog play area I have found. Sites offer lots of shade from the hot southern sun. Most sites have adequate privacy & size. The only negatives are the bright pole lighting at night & the hilly gravel roads. - Dugster
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Bathrooms are dated/need updating. Drive up to park was all uphill, twisty road. Spot 30 was a little tight and not too level. Pool was good but lots of kids (they we good, just lots of them.) Roads/sites in park are gravel, and a little tight. Park clean and grass mowed. My meter showed 114 volts, ran our AC's just fine. If you are just passing through, not the best of choices. If you want a relaxing spot off the beaten path, then probably OK. More of the $35/night park. - The World is R Oyster
May 2018 - $52.00
The park was crowded, spaces were tight, they did not enforce quiet hours. - myo
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Came without reservations traveling on the way home. 6mile drive up mt., somewhat steep and hairpin turns. Campground well maintained with gates that are locked 10pm-7am. We stayed in East Rim sites are spacious, very level water/elec. Yurts, new cabins, group camping and walk-ins available. Nice trails with great views. Firewood available at each section from camp hosts. Playgrounds at each section. Quiet and peaceful place. Not far from town or Lookout Mt. - Rolltideroll
Apr 2018 - $28.00
Beautiful park and campground. The road in climbs 1,200 feet with a couple of switchbacks but we navigated it easily with a 40-foot motorcoach and a tow vehicle. Just take it easy. Would do a 10-rating but there are no sewers and electricity is only 30-amp (we used a cheater box to get service from both 30-amp outlets). Lots of trees would block satellite reception when leaves are out but ours worked this time. We stayed in the east rim campground which seems to be newer, but the west rim sites are nice too. Sites are angled well for easy back-ins. Lots of nice trails and great views, This was our third time here over the years and we'll keep it on our "return to" list. - Grumpier99
Oct 2017 - $28.00
We simply love this park. Beautiful in the fall. Fantastic hiking. West Rim sites are very well wooded. We have four feeders out and the birds are very happy. Roads on West Rim campground are narrow and some turns are sharp. I am in a 40 foot long, tall, wide fifth wheel so it is a challenge, but we made it. You cannot reserve a specific site. Some have 50 amp and are so marked. None have sewer. Unfortunately, they do not exercise any control on site selection so we did see tent campers on a 50 amp site. Great water pressure. Enjoy!!
We are here for five nights and won't leave the park. We are here to hike as much, as many, as often as possible. It is so beautiful here that I have no desire to go anywhere else. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We had a water site and it was not worth the $40.00 it cost . As stated before, water is a scum pond. Lots of noise in morning. A lot of long-term sites. - This Old Man
Oct 2015 - $31.00
Not sure if I should even give this park a 3. Lots of long termers that live full time. If you want to sleep in, forget it - there's motorcycles and loud trucks leaving early in the a.m. There is NO cable unless you want to make a $100 deposit for the box. And you don't pick up anything over the air.
By the time we realized the paper the office gave us didn't have a WiFi code on it, was too late for us to go to the office and ask. Couldn't call as there is NO cell signal in the park.
The restaurant is only open on Saturday nights.
This part of the lake needs attention. Green algae way out in to the water.
The putt putt course had caution tape all around it. The pool was closed. The roads are not in good shape. No picnic tables at the sites. Odd layouts for hookups. You could tell at one time this park could have been a destination with lots to do, but it's worn and thread bare now.
Be very careful driving in and leaving as the road is basically single lane with ditches right on the edge.
Why did we stay here? The park where we wanted to stay was full, and we needed to be in the area. We would not stay here again - if we needed to be in the area & could not get our preferred park, we'd stay farther away & drive more. - 3catstravel
Jul 2012 - $30.00
RV Park is set back away from traffic, very very quiet, sites are spacious, cable with zillion channels, long termers are nice, water front sites are for overnites in summer, but river view still there for other sites inside rows. Staff are excellent, Joy in particular!! Pool is nice, marinas on the river, with boat rentals and cabin rentals. I had a problem with a work contract there in Chatanooga and the manager was gracious enough to give me a refund, they didn't have to do that, but they did. Sure the geese are around but all you have to do is hose down your site, they stay on the river and come ashore to walk around. Some of the sites don't yet have the new cable connections in but the staff are in the process of completing this. All in all its a great place with mountains on each side of the marina, so cell coverage is scanty, but I had no problem with their WIFI and I was pretty far back, its an issue they try to work on constantly. I definitely will try to come back just to relax!! - Ms Mary