3 Parks near Summerdale, Alabama
Mar 2015 - $27.00
This was an RV park and RV repair facility, but the repair facility has relocated to a larger building a few miles away. Good, wide stone roads that will make for easy maneuvering for even the largest rigs. Level sites, good water pressure and power, sewer hook-ups at each site. Every site also has a wood deck The WiFi has been repaired, and works well. The clubhouse has been completely remodeled, and has two restrooms with showers. There are also washers/dryers available. Very nicely landscaped, although the trees are still young and small, and there isn't a lot of shade yet except along the western edge of the park. Definitely a nice park, but still all back-in sites. - michdoc
Jan 2014 - $27.00
This is a pretty nice park, clean and neat with good hookups. The roads and sites are stone, and level, and each has a wood deck. They advertise Wi-Fi but it went out a while ago and apparently there are no plans to repair it, so if you depend on internet access for banking, etc., you'd better bring your own with you. There are no pull-through sites for overnight stays, and this is more of a long-term park. There is a "clubhouse" available, which is actually a small ranch style home with a couple of washing machines and a single bath tub and toilet, but no shower facilities. This is a pretty nice park, but would get a much higher rating if they had Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a restroom/shower building. - wetsuitwarrier
Mar 2016 - $16.00
This is a wonderful park. Roads and pads are concrete. There is a nice little clubhouse with a pool table, library and kitchen facilities. Everything is spotless. Pads are far apart with many trees. Very quiet area with the exception that the navy is using a local remote field to practise touch and go landings. Fun to watch them hot dogging around in trainers. Managers are very friendly and helpful. it's about 20 min. to local town of Foley which has every store imaginable and about 30 mins. to Gulf Shores. - K&J
Nov 2015 - $16.00
We stayed here for three nights waiting out a storm that was moving through the area. We wanted an RV park that had concrete sites, not gravel or sand. This was the determining factor given the amount of rain that was predicted during our travels. The park is easy to access off of I-10 at exit 49, and south for eight miles on a newly upgraded 4-lane highway. The park is two miles east of that highway on hwy 38. The two miles to the park is on a very narrow road. As long as there is no traffic it is fine. If you were to meet another larger vehicle it could be tight. The park is all concrete sites and roads. The services were adequate with water pressure at 80 psi. The sites are plenty long enough to accommodate any length rig. They are all back ins. There are no pull throughs. The women who worked at the office was very helpful, both when we called ahead and during our stay. - Howard Jaros
Oct 2015 - $16.00
This is our fourth visit to this park. Although some improvements have had to be put on hold, this park is still a "hidden gem". If you are looking for peace and quiet with friendly people, this is the place to be. The internet has recently been upgraded and is the best we've had in many months of travel. Rate quoted is based on monthly rate. - Tim M.
Mar 2016 - $22.00
Sites are all spacious with some shade, but are grass with some dirt so can get pretty messy in heavy rain. Roads are very wide, access to the sites is easy. All are backin. Part of park is only 30 amp.
The park is a mix of houses, longterm leased lots and rv sites. The facilities and the park are spotless. There are activites going on every day at the clubhouse and visitors are encouraged to join in. Be sure to go to happy hour.
Very large fields adjacent to the developed area makes ideal dog walking but folks are a little casual about cleaning up.
No WIFI or cable, but AT&T data worked fine and OTA reception was good. We look forward to returning for a longer visit. - bobcovey
Dec 2015 - $18.00
The rate reflects a weekly stay. Rainbow Plantation is an Escapees park. As such you must be an Escapees member to stay here. The sites are spacious and easy to back into. The office staff were friendly and helpful. The area was nice. The laundry facilities were clean, inexpensive, and worked well. There were many permanent residents and long-term guests, but they kept their sites neat. Community meals were held several times per week, as well as other activities. There was a DVD lending library. We were in the minority being below the retirement age. Most guests were diligent about cleaning up after their dogs, but not all were. - Lori and Larry
Dec 2015 - $12.00
The rate reflects the SKP member monthly rate, plus electric. This is the first park we have ever rated a 10. This was our first time to this park and we have already booked for next year. Everyone in this park was so welcoming and there are many, many activities/dinners planned. We felt like family as soon as we arrived. The sites are very spacious and level. The sites are grassy and there were lots of ants around, but I believe this is normal for this area. Good open spaces for satellite reception. Utilities worked very well. Did not use the Tengo WIFI as we have our own. The only thing we could think would be an improvement would be the sites being paved as we were constantly tracking into the camper. - jacknpeg