5 RV Parks near Uniontown, Alabama
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Uniontown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Uniontown in the left hand column.
May 2009 - $20.00
My husband travels the country as a union boilermaker and recently stayed at the Front Porch campground. It is an older campground, but he found it to be more than adequate for his needs. It is located along the banks of the Tombigbee River and has a nice shady tree canopy with several swings where we could sit to watch the activities along the river. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Restaurants and stores are nearby! He will be staying at the Front Porch again if he is called to work in the Demopolis area again. - Judy Keith
Dec 2008 - $22.00
We came here to experience the 2008 Christmas on the River Boat Parade and we were assured by the owners that the parade passed right in front of the RV park and that we would have a great view of the Parade. The River parade ends on the other side of the Marina so you can't even see it from this vantage point! This RV Park is a dump! Don't waste your time or money staying in here! Mostly old, run down RVs, some are rentals, one on top of the other; so close there is hardly any room to park your auto. Our drive through campsite's sewer tap had a 4" tee on it (one tap servicing 2 RVs) which was duct taped at each point to hold the lines in placed; this resulted in raw sewage leaking on the ground. There was a diverter on the water spigot (one faucet servicing 2 RVs) which resulted in pressure drops. The TV cable had a tee (one cable line servicing 2 RVs) which produced a snowy picture. The 30 amp power supply on the RV next to us was hard wired directly by splicing using wire nuts, no electrical tape so the connection was exposed. Young children driving golf carts un-supervised and running into things, un-supervised young children throwing rocks at each other around RVs with large windows. For our health and well being we would never consider staying here again: three days was too long. The only reason I gave 2 stars instead of one is because the park is located on the River which you can see if you walk 100' to see it. - Just Passing Through
Apr 2018 - $14.00
Very clean and scenic park. The staff was very friendly and the park was easy to navigate in my 41 foot 5th wheeler. The town of Demopolis is nearby and your able to get supplies if needed. We were parked along the river and it was enjoyable to watch the large river barge passing by. Very few OTA TV stations. - HMathis58
Apr 2018 - $17.00
We stayed in this lovely campground for just one night due to traveling, but would have loved to stay much longer. It is a COE campground and due to our senior NPS pass we were able to get a 50% discount. We were in site #7 which was a pull through. It was near the lake and even though we had no cable or WiFi, we did have a concrete pad, picnic table, grill, and fire ring. The CG was spacious and quiet and as I said we would loved to have stayed longer. Excellent campground. Firewood was also available at the entrance. - quilt lady
Feb 2018 - $12.00
Great Park for a relaxing weekend. You have to call the Park Hosts when you arrive later in the afternoon, but they promptly meet you at the gate. - Alicenpete
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
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
Mar 2018 - $22.00
The Happy Camper gave an excellent write of this camp. I sure learned a lot for him/her. We were able to have a campfire on our site in the provided fire ring which was real nice. We are not on top of one another which is a real plus to. The Camp Host, was very nice and went out of his way to make sure we were happy with our site. Have the river here is lovely. Demopolis AL is nine miles south and has any amenities you may need. I would love to come back again. - 2Old2Worry
Nov 2017 - $24.00
This mixed sun and shade hardwood forested campground is located along the bluffs of McConnico and Taylor Creeks, which are meanders of the Tombigbee River. Although there is no barge traffic, power boats contribute some noise. Campsites are located about 15 to 20 feet above the creeks, making for a fairly nice view of the water. Sites 3 - 32 are all waterfront or waterview. Sites 11 and 12 are pull-throughs, but are also directly across from the dual direction dump station and bath house. Site 21 was the crown jewel of the sites. Nice for sunsets and as a lookout for inbound tornadoes. Sites 5 and 6, as well as 31 and 32, are shared family sites. Spacing between sites is anywhere from 35 to 80 feet. With only a few exceptions, there is no vegetation between sites. Sites themselves are mostly large to downright spacious with large aluminum picnic tables, living areas, fire rings, and lantern posts. There is an older "overflow" loop (sites 33 - 42) which is fully wooded, quiet, a bit nostalgic (all fine gravel with concrete picnic tables), and private, but with no water view. Unlike paved sites 1-32 which have 50/30 amp/water, the overflow is all pull through fine gravel sites with 30 amp and water only. Site 42 in overflow was particularly nice and private. The one shower house is modern and well kept, and includes a coin laundry. Hosts are all business with a smile. Some Corps rules are loosely enforced or not enforced at all (pets off leashes, cars and trailers parked on grass, RV storage, etc.). Strong OTA TV reception from PBS, but CBS and ABC from Montgomery were in and out, and there was no NBC or FOX. Sprint phone was 1 to 3 bar for voice (consistent), but erratic 3G/1x for data. Bring supplies and fuel, nothing in Forkland. Railroad crossing on the road to the CG is active, respect the STOP sign. Overall, a nice, quiet campground, and a good place to relax. - The Happy Traveler
Oct 2016 - $12.00
Quiet and secluded campground. Hosts were friendly. Campground is well maintained and clean.
TV reception over the air was extremely limited. Cell phone service was One Bar (Verizon).
Has nature trail, boat ramp, and wooden stairs that provide access from the campground to McConnico Creek. The creek leads to the Tombigbee River.
Plenty of birds for those who enjoy bird watching and photography. Saw Bluebirds, Wood Peckers, Snowy Egrets, Great Blue Heron, and many more. Heard Turkeys when walking the nature trail. - Navretiree