2 RV Parks near Wedowee, Alabama
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wedowee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wedowee in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $23.00
Beautiful and peaceful, cool nights. Friendly park staff, great Campgrounds even though state funding has been reduced to maintain. - TravellerLott
Apr 2017 - $28.00
So, upon arrival there is absolutely no where to park if you are pulling a trailer. The main checkin parking lot is tight to turn around in with a 30' TT when empty, much less when full and busy as it was when we arrived. There's an extra shoulder before the buildings, but if you don't know it's coming you'll miss it and have no options left! They really need to figure out some camper parking for checkin! Something with pull-thrus, there is a good spot right in front of the store that would work great. The campground (lower #2) is in some disrepair. They gave us a gate code which was funny because the gate has clearly been missing for quite some time. The road up into around around the campground needs some repaving. The sites are pretty level, BUT - they are all worn down so far that the sewer hookups stand taller than your trailer connection point! There's no other dump site available that we saw, so unless you get one of the few sites that isn't as worn down you'll just have to figure it out. Campground had WiFi, but it didn't work the whole weekend we were there. Signal was fine, but no internet. The sites are pretty closely packed together, so don't expect much privacy; although the campers were all pretty nice. - joshjack
Oct 2016 - $24.00
Very nice park. Campground #1 is hilly and some sites are not too level, but all are partial to full shade. Most have ample space for privacy, but some not. Staff friendly. Campground #2 is a long drive from the main entrance and mountain top, but has a lake and more level sites. Great views from the mountain top, interesting CCC history and museum at the observation tower. Sunset is great at the restaurant. Small camp store, but best to get provisions and fuel before arriving. - GDoug
Dec 2016 - $25.00
We came in after hours and paid for two nights, but wound up only staying one. We were attracted to this park because it said it was pet friendly, and we have two dogs. We set up in a spot that was not marked as reserved. The office don't open till noon or evening. I was at office 2 times in morning and once in evening when was told my site was reserved and had to move. No reserve stickers on post at my site. The other grassy spots I could of took chance of getting stuck, was uneven, and low branches hang to knock off my ac. I asked for my money back for 2nd night and was told no then told me I give you 10 bucks back. I told them to keep it and moved out. We was not happy and felt mistreated. - Matt_Susan63801
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Based on the web page photos, this used to be a great place but the owner wants to sell and obviously could care less now. Although I had pre-registered, no information was provided when I didn't arrive within the 4 hours the office is open. Had to reach through the weeds to connect my water, never saw the owner (who does own a beautiful home right on site) and the stinky trash cans hadn't been emptied recently (but then with only 4 of us in the entire park I guess they figured they didn't need to empty them since they weren't overflowing).
Wouldn't even recommend it just for an overnight stay. Don't believe the website. - Scldg
Aug 2015 - $28.00
I just needed a place to sleep while transporting my newly purchased RV from California to South Carolina. I found this place via a highway sign. At the top of the exit ramp the sign did not indicate which way to turn so I pulled into a gas station and called. The owner answered and told me to go north. Upon arrival the owner met me and collected my fee. She was very friendly and gave me directions to a very good Mexican restaurant.
The park itself is poorly managed. The owner indicated that it is for sale and she wants to sell it and retire. It was more work that she thought. Here it is, peak summer season, and there are only about 5 campers. I can see why. The grass could have been shorter and the place could use some weeding. My spot was under a large tree, which scraped my roof, and I was worried what would happen in a storm. When I opened the electrical box for spot 5 the outlet did not match my 30 amp plug. However spot 6 was vacant so I plugged into that box, which had the correct socket. The spot itself was a mix of gravel and grass so it was hard to keep my shoes clean (my outside shower is on the opposite side of my entry door). The utilities worked and it was quiet so I got a good nights sleep. - zuckerwar