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7 RV Parks near York, Alabama
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of York. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near York in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here for one night on our way to Mobile, Al. It's an older KOA. Fairly quiet. Some of the sites looked uneven. Staff was friendly and very helpful. - chucky2
Mar 2018 - $42.00
Similar to other comments, the park is a bit run down and quite overpriced. The entry road has a lot of potholes and the short-stay pull-through slabs are completely crumbling and not level (yet somehow usable). Electric and water hookups were OK but the sewer was too far back to use without going around again (we can't backup with our toad), so we paid for FHU but really got partial. WiFi was very weak and there is no cable but a few over the air channels are available. The office staff was very helpful. There is a nice new smallish fenced dog yard (but don't throw the ball too hard or it will go way down in the hollow!). There is a water slide that was not open yet but looks to need a lot of cleaning. There is a noisy road nearby but the park actually gets very quiet at night. Early in the morning, noisy activity starts at the metal scrap yard across the road (they pile up and crush cars). It is satisfactory for an overnight stay but overpriced. - MNroadie
Dec 2017 - $43.00
We stayed in a 40 ft motorhome for one night in a pull through space. There were some tight turns but they were doable. Although there were concrete pads available, they put us in a gravel spot, bordered by mud and puddles as it had just rained. It was impossible to hook up without getting our shoes covered in slimy mud. There was one staff member running everything who had to lock the office/campstore when she left to escort campers or clean the facilities. She was extremely friendly and helpful and tried to provide as much information and assistance as possible. However, for $43 a night, there was little value added other than a less than ideal place to park your rig. - Nelli Benelli
Jul 2017 - $18.00
We were alone in this park. Site 2. Electric and water hookup. Restroom and showers nearby. Cool and dry. No one at office. Called main MS Fisheries number to get info. Hookups for even sites are on curb side of trailer. Not every site has fire ring. - mimi4
Jan 2017 - $18.00
After reading some of the more positive reviews we decided to give the park a try. As soon as we pulled into the park we knew we had made a mistake. We were in a motor home towing a vehicle. The pot holes and mud holes in the main road were so deep the RV rocked back and forth as we made our way through the campground. In all fairness there had been considerable rain in the area a few days before we got there but the road bed has no gravel and is all mud. As we drove the loop looking for a site we were afraid that we might get stuck in the mud. The sites had standing water and no gravel. We decided quickly that we didn't want to navigate the water and mud, especially since we had two dogs that needed to be walked. Our first visit was disappointing to say the least. The lake looked nice and the sites are large and open. - Don & Jean G.
May 2016 - $18.00
Beautiful. Quiet and peaceful. This is state park with a small lake, along with 22 back-in camping spots in L shape under trees, with electric and water. No wi-fi. Cost is $18 per night with electric and water. This great little site is easily accessible by a big rig, just a mile off the interstate. No amenities other than the lake. Big fishing pier. However, this is a great overnight or multi-day spot. Sites are grass. We enjoyed our stay and would return. We stayed in a 24 foot 5th wheel. 5 bars on AT&T. - Always young
Mar 2016 - $25.00
This park has taken a turn for the worst. It has become a haven for old dilapidated permanent rvs. There is a nice older lady that does the upkeep alone and the owner/manager is never around.
It is hard to find a site with proper hook-ups due to the pine straw and dead limbs all over the place. No site that would accommodate our RV was level. The sewer connection was covered in dried toilet paper and feces. Only a few 50 amp sites.
It is very close to a railroad track that runs all night. When we were here it almost seemed like there was some type of drug activity, but could not be sure. Stay Away. - Elisabeth
Jun 2014 - $1.00
Found this in the Good Sam's guide today and it was rated an 8. When we pulled in it was a well shaded, grassy lot with some hookups. Lots of old junk vehicles and small campers that appeared to be full time residents. Office was not open but a nice lady walked up and said she would not rent to us because she didn't have 50 amp and they had problems with the electrical hookups. I was really happy because I would have been afraid to spend the night there. We have traveled extensively and this is by far the worst campground we've ever stopped at. I don't know how Good Sam rates their parks but I don't have too much confidence after today. - On the road again
Oct 2013 - $27.00
Due to construction in the area most parks are booked up. This was our 3rd choice and we were lucky to find a spot. The park is in need of some serious maintenance and clean up. Many full time guests and unkempt trailers loaded with pine needles. The toilet and showers are clean but are woefully lacking. Shower water is lukewarm at best, no toilet paper in one stall, and no paper towels or means to dry your hands at the sinks. The hose bib at our site was 3” away from an open sewer connection surrounded by dried toilet paper. Due to the amount of trees and low hanging limbs I would not consider this park big rig friendly. There appeared to be several sites at the entrance end of the park that were out of operation. There was a pool and swings but I was not provided a map, list of amenities and “rules”. The rate, $27, cash only, but should be around $15. The Wi-Fi worked well but we were close to the “office”. Golf at Meridian NAS is a super value at $20. - rossby
Dec 2018 - $33.00
Let's get one thing straight: this is an overnight stay on your way to someplace else. There are no trees, no privacy, no Wi-Fi unless you are near the office and no seclusion from traffic noise. It's a small park with tight turns and gravel roads with potholes that collect water when it rains. What the park does have is level concrete pads with full hookups, good water pressure, cable TV, pet walk area, laundry, showers, reasonable pricing and attentive management. The park has decided to position itself as a clean, functional, convenient overnight stopping place-and it fits that bill perfectly. Would I stay here again? If I was tired of driving, needed a clean place to spend the night and didn't want to spend an arm and a leg-you bet! One note: if you are using your GPS to find the park, know that it is located in Marion, NOT Meridian, MI. - TMN-15
Nov 2018 - $28.00
Small campground with mostly pull thru sites. It is a few miles from the interstate but worth the drive. Staff was friendly. Wi-fi works best close to the office. There is a warning sign in the laundry/shower area that water pressure is high and you should use a regulator. - jnateg
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Site was concrete, there were trees in park, but none at my site. This park was easy to get to, just off the highway. No traffic noise noticed. Interior roads were wide for my 40 ft plus toad. This was good for an overnight stay. We would come again. - DDDD
Oct 2018 - $27.00
Very easy access to the interstate and HWY 45. Level big rig friendly sites. Office staff friendly. Great overnight stop. - Mustcamp
Oct 2018 - $27.00
The facilities are fine for an overnight stay. The cleanliness of the grounds and the dog park? Due to the aroma of the overfilled trash can, I could not get into the dog park with my pet. - cbay
Jun 2018 - $26.00
Needed a place for 1 night, on trip from Texas to South Carolina. This fit the bill. Close to I-20, with virtually no noise from road. Easy in, easy out. Level concrete pads made it easy to set up. They appear to have one area they use for overnight and short term stays. Sites are fairly close together. The "short term" area is like a parking lot - no trees, no grass. No problem. Check-in was easy and fast. Told us just to pick any open spot. - Ol JB
Aug 2008 - $21.00
New Management has cleared the park of undesirables and is attempting to clean the park up. He has a long way to go - trash everywhere, not picked up, etc. Broken pads but still level when on the unbroken part. No worst than most KOAs. We ran from Baton Rouge to Meridian for Gustav and stayed 3-nights. Convenient handy getaway for us to escape the hurricane. Reasonable price - cash or check only. We would return for another hurricane escape. - Stan & Marsha
Aug 2007 - $29.00
Great place to stay! - octlady45
Oct 2018 - $26.00
Site #22 was overlooking the creek. Not as long as advertised though. A little short for our 44' toy hauler. Obviously could not open back garage patio. Only come to the park via Hwy 80 and Maria street. Do not use the downtown Demopolis streets. - KristyWat690
Jul 2018 - $12.00
Very clean COE. There were some ants around the pad but we spray levelers, wheels, electric cable about 6 in above ground and the same with water hose every time we setup and did not have any issues with ants. Electric and water no issues. Most of the sites are waterfront, we were in #12 with lots of space and some shade. Hosts were always available and very helpful, they did a great job keeping everything in this park clean and organized. Most sites have sewer; ours did not, we don't need sewer. We would stay here again if in the area. - JR and The Boys
Jul 2018 - $12.00
Ants everywhere! Inside and out!! Got into everything we had even the beds! There were 2 other friends camping on different sites. They had the same problem! It was suggested we sprinkle baby powder around the wheels. That did not help. Park officials need to treat the grassy areas of this campground! - Kendall4370