14 RV Parks near Tallassee, Alabama
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tallassee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tallassee in the left hand column.
Jul 2014 - $35.00
FYI: This park is now closed as the property has been sold to Love's truck stop. However I hear that most of the campground is moving to a new location at Exit 21. Go South 3 miles. This campground already has power and water and sewage will be going in soon. - agcaldwell
Sep 2013 - $37.00
Clean park, nice staff (at the Marathon Station) check in at the station easy on and off 85 good for overnight stop - S E Williams
Jun 2012 - $27.00
We enjoy this park when coming through. Off I-85 just east of Montgomery. Have never needed a reservation. Nice small lake and the Wi-Fi is good. No cableTV, but air reception is good and open enough to get good satellite reception. - agcaldwell
Mar 2012 - $10.00
Prior reviews tell it all. One note for prior visitors, the campsite numbers have been changed. For example our wonderful site last year was 27, this year it is 102. TV reception last year was good, this year we only got PBS. Our Verizon phone was marginal, Verizon data service OK. The rate is for Golden Age card. - rncordy
Aug 2008 - $25.00
This park is now run by AWA properties and does NOT have any amenities except basic cable TV is provided (no bath house/laundry). We loved it being close to shopping yet woodsy and out of site of traffic. We lived here fulltime for nearly a year. The electric is not metered: included in the rent. There are only 2 pull through sites. Mrs Watson still lives in big house behind park. I'd highly recommend this park for someone working in the Montgomery area. - slawrence
May 2017 - $20.00
I read all the bad reviews. Thought it couldn't be that bad. It is. This campground seems to be a neglected step child among the mostly decent military campgrounds that I have been to. Our pad and the other TT accompying us had to be elevated 5 inches just to be close to level. Our two pads were dirt only. The picnic tables were on ground so unlevel a coffee cup slid off. Our pad required a 100' back-in, downhill, on dirt and pine straw, with a 90 degree turn at the bottom. Next to it is was an array of three TTs sitting at all different angles in a hillside with so much stuff scattered about it looked like a yard sale. If you come here avoid sites 41, 42, 51 and possibly others. Better yet go across the lake to the State Park. We wanted to do that but waited too late for Memorial weekend reservations. Now we know why this place was available. - Tidy Boy
Sep 2014 - $20.00
The location of this park on Lake Martin is great, but park amenities are in extreme disrepair. Our site was water/electric only right on the lake with its own dock and good tree coverage. But the site was so unlevel that even with leveling jacks it took over an hour to level it. The entire campground is ant infested so bring at least 2-3 cans of ant killer because they will get in and on your RV. The bathrooms are full of spiderwebs, ants, and black mold. Only one of the two showers in the men's and women's bathrooms worked and the sink in the women's bathroom actually fell out of the wall. When I tried to use the dumping station, it was full of ants and over flowing with sewage. For the kids there is a small beach and a new playground. Boats are also available for rent. - Cap'n G
Apr 2007 - $20.00
Nice family park for DoD employees and guests. Sites not level and many need updating. Employees very helpful and friendly. Lots to do on lake (fishing and boating). A good value. - rwthomasfamily
Aug 2004 - $15.00
Campground is just off US 231 on the banks of the Tallaposa River, some sites have carport covers tall enough for any RV, but no longer than 30', narrow road down to the park, beware to swing wide on the left turn back up the road on leaving (we scratched our paint on some metal stantions hidden in the weeds), many permanent residents, this campground is nothing fancy, but we have had a pleasant stay both times we have stayed there for a week each time. - AFChap
May 2018 - $30.00
Easy to get to the park. It has wide, graveled spaces with a patch of grass separating the campsites. We were escorted to our space and the staff is very friendly. I was told about several local places to shop and eat. There appear to be several long term residents, but there is a lot of space available for seasonal campers. We were on the way to Florida, so this was a great stop over. I would stay here again if in the area. - BuckeyeTravels
May 2018 - $29.00
My DH and I stayed at this park in a motorhome. This is a nice park for the price. They have a fenced in area as an off leash dog park which our dog enjoyed. The site was hard gravel and level with a patch of grass in between the sites. There was also a concrete patio with a table. The showers were great because they were individual bathrooms. We also enjoyed the concrete walkway around the pond. - Travelindog
May 2018 - $29.00
A wonderful find as a result of trying a new route, and getting off the interstate. Very friendly welcome (Harley the black lab) and short guided trip to site. Good separation and green space between sites - Yeager
Oct 2017 - $45.00
We reserved for a two night stay, non-game weekend. Drove through hundreds of empty, parked RVs, obviously "permanent" tailgaters - to the office. One person who couldn't assign a space to us. Phoned for instructions, gave us a spot. We followed directions to a series of back-in spaces that we were told to utilize as a pull-through (we'd requested a pull through on the phone). Was not easy to do because of placement of sewers and water. We shared the experience with another couple who had been assigned "our space" as well. Park was quiet, dumpster looked like it hadn't been emptied since the last game weekend. Definately doesn't qualify as a resort in our minds. Does not seem amenable to overnighters in our estimation. - Flsnowflake
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
Mar 2017 - $15.00
Lovely setting. Big trees, lots of Spanish Moss. Sites are spacious enough, and most asphalt pads are nice and level. Very quiet. Most sites are large enough for our 37' 5th wheel, but some require you to park your vehicle at a slight angle, to fit in the space. Our space backed up on Lake Coose, which seems to be a popular fishing lake. If we are back in the area, we will definitely stay here again. - Ol JB
Dec 2016 - $21.00
We live in Montgomery so Ft. Toulouse is only a 30 minute drive for us and weekend camping there is something we do often. We love the size of the camp ground and the camp sites are large and always clean. I will admit that there are some sites that hold water after a good storm, we have never had a problem. We never get tired of exploring the two forts and walking trails. Everyone there is polite and friendly and we will continue to go there. - MontgomeryAL
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Beautiful well-kept Campground. Lots of big shade trees with Spanish moss. Sites are well spaced. Peaceful at night. Host on-duty could not have been nicer. We got there after dark and he came and unlocked the gate for us. Helped us back into a campsite. Some sites available along the river bluff. Very pretty.
Some neat history at the campground. Replica of American and French Fort and an Indian dwelling all within walking distance of the campsites. Nice walk in the fall but would have been very hot looking at the forts in the summertime with no shade. No information posted on the history and not a lot to see. Brochure with a little history available in tiny "museum" which consisted of two display cases, again without labels or information.
Camping areas were great. Kind of fun too walk around at the fort area but would not make it a destination.
We stayed here one night on our way through to Florida and would stay there again. - Darthall
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Have to call owner in advance to have utilities unlocked. Never saw owner, only talked on phone, paid by putting check in mailbox. Site #3 can be a little tricky getting out because of tree. - packrat1941
Jan 2015 - $12.00
This is a new campground (Aug 2014) w/packed gravel sites beside older patio slabs. Utilities are at rear against the 8' wide pad making a very tight turn into the site. In addition to the RV sites, there is a lot of tenting space. Owners live apx 1/4 mile away and work elsewhere during the day. CALL AHEAD for space & to get utilities unlocked. Owners are very helpful/attentive and have plans to add a bathhouse/laundry and more sites. Right across the road from the head of the Swayback Trail for hiking/biking. - AFChap
Nov 2017 - $42.00
Have stayed here 4 times now - is halfway point for our travels from NC to NOLA. Place is immaculate! Pull thru concrete sites are level and super convenient! The outside areas added are gorgeous for special activities. Linda is so helpful to work with getting a site during our travels! Had coffee made for our departure this am! Would definitely recommend and will stay here again! - rwright
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
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