Stockton Alabama Campgrounds
7 RV Parks near Stockton, Alabama
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stockton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stockton in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Very odd park. No facilities but does offer full hook ups and cable. It is halfway between Bay Minette and Stapleton. You have to go to an office in Bay Minette to pay. All utilities work well. Big oak trees offer some good shade. - MajandMrs
Jan 2014 - $25.00
We stayed for a few days and they were really nice. The pull-throughs were taken so we had to detach our towed truck. No restrooms, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, playgrounds, fire pits, or picnic tables. We were not in a shaded spot, it is mostly wide open but there are some big trees sporadically around. - Eric and Angi
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Customer service is good. This is an older, appearingly run down park. Although they take big rigs, it is extremely difficult to navigate as the access roads around the park are very narrow and windey. The sites are very narrow and there are a lot of trees, also making it difficult to navigate. There were no 50 amp sites, so we got a 30 amp. We must have had 1 too many things running, which blew out something. 4 hours later, they are still trying to find a breaker to replace. We chose to stay here so we didn't have to dry camp again, but it looks like we have to do that again anyway. They gave us the option to change sites, but since it's so difficult to navigate, we didn't want to deal with having to try to back in our 40' fifth wheel. I would not stay here again. - cherylbrv
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Used this campground as a stop over on our way to New Orleans. Let's just say we got in our camper, locked the door and left first thing in the morning. The woman who checked us in was the new owner and she was very nice and helpful. She told us they were just beginning to clean the campground up from the last owners leaving it a mess. Recommended for a stop over only, but sounds like the campground is getting love from it's new owners who seem like good people. - Howls_Castle
Jun 2015 - $30.00
It was difficult navigating the narrow, tree-lined roads in our 42' motor home towing our car. If there were a better choice in the neighborhood we would stop there, but this is it for that area.
It is fairly easy to reach from I-65.
Noise was not a problem. - Pamela R.
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Beware! Although the website says, "Reservations require a non-refundable deposit of $30," do not expect a refund of any payments made beyond that $30. Their actual policy is, "No refunds are given for any reason." Typical procedure for every other campground we've dealt with is that the deposit is non-refundable, but the additional amount is; never have I heard of a policy where the entire amount is non-refundable. The best they would offer is an "indefinite credit" which is beyond their typical 60-day credit rule. I'm not sure who makes this policy, but they would be best served to be more in-line with the rest of the camping industry.
The sites are standard sites, nothing special. This park is named "Blakeley State Park" but it is not actually a state park. - purpleenaj
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Very rustic with very roomy well spaced sites. There was hardly anybody here. We have a 44' and had trouble finding a flat enough site that was long enough. Most of the sites are not flat-so if you have a long rig scout it out first. Also, most sites are tree covered so you have to be careful of scratching in a larger rig. Some of the utility placements are odd in relation to where you might park. We used all of our 30' sewer hose. We are self contained and did not need the bathrooms/showers but checked them out and they were filthy. We mentioned this to the staff and they said they are cleaned once a week. Considering how few people were there and the condition we saw it is doubtful that is true. The bathhouse is a long way from the RV area (it is closer to the tents) so take that into consideration if you need the bathhouse. ATT cell service was so-so. Verizon hotspot worked well. - RMD3819
Nov 2014 - $30.00
Contrary to the listing, it can accommodate up to 45' big rigs on some sites; the smallest site will fit a 30' rig. The RV sites have been updated recently and are all gravel. Most are level. It's a beautiful rustic setting by a river, NOT a resort. It draws a few fulltimers but park policy is to limit the number of these so that there are spaces for recreational campers readily available. Very helpful staff. Feels very secluded, but only 5 miles from major shopping areas. - nationcruiser
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We arrived late and could barely understand the speech of the park kiosk attendant and the instructions on how to find our site (he was out of maps) so we got on the wrong road and had an ordeal turning our 43' bus around. Went back to the kiosk and no one was there. Some helpful campers gave us directions to find the campground and then we were shocked to see how narrow the pull-through actually was. We made it by backing in and managed to get hooked up. Since it was only overnight, we did not see anything more of the campground or the surrounding area except for some questionable characters around us. Wish we had stayed in the Walmart parking lot. I would not recommend this to anyone except as a last resort. - coloradoflyfisher
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Of all the parks we stayed at on our 5 month trip through the south this is one of only two where I would probably not return.
The park was a typical county run park. a little run down and need of a little clean up but overall not bad.
Unfortunately it is in a really run down part of town. Venturing to and from after dark seemed like a really bad idea. The roads in and out were not in very good shape. - digger2280
Jan 2014 - $22.00
Stayed here for one night only. Was good for the price. Very woody, sites not real close to others. Getting to the park was kind of through a residential area, but not too bad. Going out was through a more iffy part of town so I was glad it was morning and not midnight. Would probably stay again if needed overnight. - lpoebowen
Mar 2018 - $35.00
Very nice campground with large lots. The only negative was poor internet. Had to go close to a building and then it was spotty - Wiscogander
Mar 2018 - $26.00
As a place to stay when visiting the area, this state park worked out very well. Full hookups for $26/night with decent sized, level, paved sites, easy access to I-10, and just a couple miles from lots of stores. As a destination of its own, it was pretty disappointing. The state park is tiny -- it's just the campground and a boat launch. There are no trails or things to do or see. Across from the campground is a row of RVs in storage, and the short road to the maintenance building is lined with old boats and RVs in disrepair. Apart from walking the campground loop, there was no place to walk our dog since the park was so small. We found another local park across the highway which has slightly better walking opportunities, but crossing US-98 on foot turned out to be pretty risky (no traffic light or crossing at the campground entrance), and that park (including trails) closed at 5pm daily. While outside, there was some constant traffic noise from nearby I-10, but it wasn't audible when inside. They did warn us about the ant problem, and we did spot a few inside the motorhome, but our diatomaceous earth did a good job protecting us from them. The campground gate is locked at night, and there's no gate code -- you have to call the camp host to let you in. Verizon worked well, AT&T was slower but still usable. Reservations must be made by phone. Compared to most commercial RV parks, Meaher State Park was cheaper and with larger sites, but compared to the dozens of other state parks we've stayed in across the country, it was lacking. Now that we know what to expect, we'd return for a very short stay either when passing through or visiting Mobile, but we wouldn't plan an extended stay. - LifeRebooted
Feb 2018 - $33.00
Really nice small State Park, right on the water. Four inches of rain yesterday so some of the grounds were flooded, but none of the sites or roads. Very nice large sites with full hooks ups. Sites really easy to back into, and almost level. Plenty of room and the park is very nice. Grounds are well kept, the staff very nice, and there is a locked front gate at night with an access code. Only negative is the WIFI is VERY slow -- .1 MPS down. Verizon is fairly good here for the hotspot is fine. TV OTA is ok. 16-25 stations depending on where the antenna is pointing. Most signals are good-weak. They do warn about ants, so bring Boric acid to spread around the parts of your coach that touch the ground. Interior roads are excellent, big units will have no issues here. - BWolfAR
Mar 2017 - $28.00
Park opened in Jan. 2017 so everything is very new. All pull through sites. Easy walk to casino or they have a shuttle. Showers (2) are large but there is no place for soap, shampoo or any other item you may want to use in shower. There are hooks inside shower area for towel and clothes. Showers don't drain properly and water flows into dressing area. Laundry has 2 washers and 2 dryers at 1.50 each. Sewer connection is a drop in not screw type. No picnic table. WIFI was good. Small play area for young children. We would stay here again, if in the area. - beach walker