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5 RV Parks near Thomasville, Alabama
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Thomasville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Thomasville in the left hand column.
May 2004 - $38.00
This place is the pits. By far the grossest, most unpleasant place I have ever been to. The staff were mutes. They did not make eye contact or acknowledge your presence unless you were holding a credit card. The grounds are a dump. The pool is filthy and unsafe. The playground consists of pieces from the dump and a few old tires. Everyone drinks and smokes ALL DAY. We were the only sober people walking around at noon. There is nothing to do here but drink. We thought of drinking the weekend away so we would be able to deal with this place but wanted to have our wits with us in case someone picked a fight with us or tried to steal our car. Don't go here, your sanity and life depends on it. - pookyellis
Jun 2017 - $10.00
very quite and right on the river will stay there everytime I in the area. - tom riner
May 2016 - $11.00
We were supposed to stay here back in November, but RV repairs caused us to cancel. My husband was very interested in staying here, so we took the opportunity on our way North. To say this is remote is an understatement, as others have said, it is out there! The campground is nice, with lots of tall trees that provide shade and block satellites, but don't give much privacy. One interesting thing, the campground loop is two lanes, so the inside pull thrus are very nice since they don't face the road.
When we hooked up we had problems with the 50amp, so we switched to 30amp. We informed the volunteer at the gate and he reported it, but didn't expect anyone to show up until the next day, which was fine. The next morning a nice man showed up and replaced the 50amp breaker in an absolute downpour! I didn't think anyone would even show with how bad the weather was, but he showed up and fixed our problem.
The restrooms were very clean, but the showers only have a single shower curtain, so they didn't feel too private. It's been quiet here, I never had anyone else in the bathhouse while I was showering, so it wasn't too bad. There is a laundry in the bathhouse, it always seemed to be in use as I walked by. There was one washer/dryer and it looked like it was $1.00 each.
If you don't boat/fish, there isn't much out here. The museum is closed until further notice, so we didn't get to visit. This is a great place to chill out and enjoy a good campfire, we bought $15 worth of wood from the country store 8 miles down the road.
We had no AT&T signal at the campsite, but we could get 2 bars and LTE by the museum. Our Verizon worked ok with our booster. - Uno Mas
Oct 2015 - $10.00
Very nice, very quiet. The people running the park was very helpful and very friendly. Concrete Pad with fire ring and picnic table. You could not ask for much more. the only problem is that the camp is out in the middle of no where, but I will probably be returning. - tom riner
Apr 2009 - $39.00
Web site offers hot tub, none there, offers food, only on weekends and then only if the owner feels like it. Offers WiFi, nope unless you are right next to the office only. Offered fishing pond. Nope again. Lots offered but little provided. Cabins are moldy and smell of mildew. Laundry has been out of order for over a year. Pop Machines are out of order over a year also. Told us rate was $400 per month for being a snow bird rate. Then raised it to $450 and told us we used too much power but we didn't. Place is in need of someone to run the place that understands that the camper is not there for him but he is there for the camper. Will not return, ever! We had a verbal agreement with the owner to stay a long time as we had legal issues we were taking care of in Tallahassee Fl. He gave us a weeks notice to pull out or pay the daily rate for only thirty days more. We were there from October 2008 to April 2009. We had planned to stay longer to take care of things. Place got flooded out every time it rained as no drainage ditches, or drain control at all. Overall not a good experience! - oldfoxbob
Apr 2018 - $12.00
We've stayed at Miller's Ferry several times over the years. This trip was different. There seems to be some sort of breakdown between the camp hosts and the COE staff. The campsites themselves were well kept with grass cut, no paper or trash, etc. However, the bathhouses were an absolute wreck. Also, the two dumpsters at the campground were literally overflowing with garbage. It was piled around the dumpsters on the ground and smelled horrible. After the dumpers were emptied, garbage was left all over the ground. I noticed a broken gallon pickle jar and raw meat. The bathhouses themselves were constantly in need of having the trash taken out. Always in need of toilet paper. Ladies' shower was okay, but the men's showers had no shower heads. At one point, my husband overheard the COE employee tell the park hosts that she couldn't go into the bathroom because there was someone in there. I was in there, without toilet paper, and couldn't figure out why a female employee would not enter a ladies' room to gather trash and leave TP. The campground hosts were very nice. Also, met us at the gate when we came in late at 8 p.m. As I said, the sites were in good shape. The other big turn-off was the dog situation. Two campsites down, a family had a dog tied out on a lead that barked non-stop. I wasn't the only one to complain, but nothing was done. When that family packed up and left, another family showed up with a barking dog. I go camping for a little quiet time with my family. I don't think I'm alone in this. I don't think I should have to deal with excessively barking dogs or people drive around and around thumping their radios. After everyone crowded in and started their daytime campfires, we packed up and came home. Just not worth it. Although the view of the reservoir is beautiful, it is marred by campground issues. This is frustrating considering the nice road out to the campground from Camden and close proximity to stores, etc. - Juliette_a
Oct 2017 - $24.00
Loved this park. We stayed in site 34 on the water and camped there for two days. This site is not one of the more popular locations as it is in full sun and overlooks the bridge. However, it was quite roomy and spacious and private enough for us. The campsite offered a picnic table and a metal lantern stand with an all purpose table attached. The best sites are in the teens on the other side of the campground. The campground hosts were very friendly and helpful...we had an issue with fire ants and they came to our rescue! This is a great fishing spot from the looks of all the boats/trailers that accompanied the campers. This site was plenty long and level...we would stay here again. - Ole Red
Jul 2017 - $12.00
We only stayed one night. We had a beautiful water front site that was concrete and perfectly level. We didn't even have to unhitch. The wooden deck was in perfect condition. The grass was well mowed. The gate hosts were helpful. The COE knows how to build camp grounds. - Tidy Boy
Apr 2013 - $10.00
Had a nice lakeside spot under lots of shade trees. Very friendly check-in lady. Did not use the facilities so cannot report on them, but at $10 with my old person's discount you can't beat that. - Traveler John
Mar 2012 - $10.00
Held our 2nd rally here in 2012 and plan on returning again in 2013! No change, same great service. Sure would be nice if they invested in Wi-Fi service even if it were fee for service. Other than that, this is a great little campground. Would have rated it a 10 with better access to communication systems, e.g. internet. By the way, if you get into Camden, check out Dallas Soul Food! The food is awesome. Enjoy! - huevo movil
Jul 2011 - $18.00
We've stayed here twice, most recently for 4th of July weekend and we love this park. Most of the sites are paved; all of them are level. The sites are nicely spaced and a lot of them are on the water. Sites 7-17 are the nicest waterfront sites, 50-60 have a forest feel to them, and 33-39 have little to no shade. Pros: clean, family friendly park. The adjacent swimming area is great for kids, nice playgrounds, spacious sites. Cons: no sewer hookups (there is a dump station), only 1 trash dumpster. - Josh H