A little out of the way and not on the lake, but very clean and a very friendly manager. This is a deed purchase park where unused lots are rented as camp sites. All roads are paved, and the sites are large with concrete pads and patios. Water hook up was a little inconvenient, but managable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were told about this park by some people we met on the road. We read the last 2 reviews and thought we would give it a try. We were very disappointed. I have to believe the people that wrote these reviews were friends of the park because most accounts are incorrect. First the streets around sites are very narrow. Next, there is almost no lighting in the lower section (we did not stay there but walked down there). The park seems to cater to fisherman, so there are boats. I did see kids running around and through sites. This is NOT a resort by any definition. If you think it classifies as one you need to get out more often. The owners are super friendly. the term "port" is widely used to describe what is at this park. Restaurants are a distance away but the food it good once you get there. The park is quiet. There are many people that drive through that don't stay here: that gave me great concern. There is no security of any sort so I can believe that anything could happen at night. We will not come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow! What a great park. It is really clean and well designed with quite a few pull throughs. The bathrooms and laundry are very nice and well thought out. The people who live year round in the park and park staff are extremely friendly. There are some RV restrictions in size and year so be sure to check before you arrive. We will definitely stay at Blue Heron again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed and paid for a month at this resort and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We spend over 330 nights per year in our motorhome and have no association with the resort and didn't know it existed until two days before our visit. We did drive to the resort and inspect it before booking our stay because of the previous review. This is condo park where individuals own many of the sites, while some are still for sale. The park is about 2 years old. We hadn't heard the term "port" used in this way before, but some of the owners have built covers for their RVs while others have added small living quarters in addition to parking for their RVs. I've seen fancier places, but the sites all have concrete pads and the landscaping is very nice and neat. The very nice person who administers the facility drove through the park daily to see who was here along with the owner's checking. Everyone was very nice and helpful. There is little lighting in the lower section where we stayed, I suppose because it is the newer section and has more unsold sites. But there was nothing that gave us any concern. There are lights on owned sites. No boats were observed in the park and I was told boats are not allowed in the park, although there is an adjacent, off site storage facility where boats are parked and accessed. I can't imagine anyone who didn't belong bringing a boat into the resort as it's located a bit off the main road. The roads would be narrow for two big rigs passing, but were adequate for getting around in a car and getting to and from a site. Some of the sites would be difficult for a big rig to get in and out of, but many were not. We made into our site in a 40-foot motorhome straight in and straight out with no problem. We saw no children running around. I've stayed at places that cost much more that were not nearly as nice and, this park is the nicest CG in the area at a reasonable price. Everyone that we met associated with the resort made our stay that much more enjoyable. There was absolutely nothing that caused us safety concerns. On the contrary, the residents made us feel very welcome and secure. The Wi-Fi only works in or near the community center. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First let me say that the lot owners are wonderful people and this review is based on facts not opinions. This place has the worst manager of any campground I have stayed at in 34 states. The manager has no clue as to who comes in the park or even who stays in the park. There is not lighting in the park at night. The upper section has many ports built on owners sites. The lower section if a security nightmare. Boaters just drop in and park and the manager has no clue. I had to call the Sheriff's department due to an event that was caused by the manager's incompetence. Sites are wide once you get in but the interior roads are very narrow and you have to seesaw your rig to get into them. No cable and no amenities at this park. Pretty and quiet park but calling this a resort is like calling Detroit a tropical paradise. Kids run through site and play around parked RVs and the manager did not seem to care. I am sure the owners have all written wonderful reviews in order to get people to buy a lot and there are a bunch for resale. Lock everything if you stay here. The cost should be half for what you get. 15 miles to Wal-Mart and 10 to anything else. We will not come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just leaving after a wonderful three months here. The rates for weekly and monthly are very fair, we paid $375 per month with no electric add-ons. Sites are huge, room for four slide outs without coming near your patio which is about 10 x 40 on our site. Sites are terraced as well, perfect satellite reception. Several ponds and just minutes to Guntersville Lake, boat launch about 4 minutes down the road. Convenient to Huntsville as well, we found everything we needed close by, but enjoyed the quiet park. Lots here are owned entirely by people who put their lot in a rental pool. There are many spaces available. Some owners are building very tasteful and spacious port homes here. We would consider buying if we were ready to settle down. We will be back again. Loved it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The folks at the park were helpful. This is a new park and will someday be top notch. The internet did not work where we were, they need more repeater towers. Other than that it was a repeat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The manager of the park was wonderful. This is a park that sells deeded lots. The developer was not nice and actually rude. The park is new but will need much work in the future due to the developer's inability to design the park efficiently. The run-off drains were in the middle of the roads and the water ran around them. The roads were narrow and it is impossible to back a big rig in without going on your neighbor's lot. Pull throughs would be a stretch for a big rig but easy for a 5th wheel. Insects were everywhere. Now for the good stuff. All the rental sites were concrete, wide and level. There is a small cafe in the campground and the food is Awesome. The residents that live there are some of the best and nicest people we have ever met. Campground is close to anything you need. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new up scale recreational vehicle resort. The sites are privately owned. There are still sites available for purchase, buyer receives a deed to the site. There are weekly and monthly rates. Many restrictions on the type, year, and size of your recreational vehicle. All sites are 15 x 40 concrete with an additional 15 x 30 concrete patio. Large clubhouse with meeting rooms, exercise room, convenience store, restaurant, and swimming pool. Water, sewer, electric (50 amp service) on each site. Laundry facilities at two bath houses. Public boat launch is one mile away. There are three spring fed fishing ponds on site and future boat storage in process of being built. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great staff. Really nice, clean TVA park that has been redone recently. Large pines on beautiful Lake Guntersville. Some challenge in leveling and required portable satellite dish versus rooftop dome. Good Verizon service. Bet the place is busy during warmer season. Was recommended by a friend and a good recommendation is was. Will come again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love camping here because it is close to Huntsville, and it is on the lake. There is a nice camp store, a good swim beach, and this is a great part of the lake for boating. The people who run the campground are so nice and helpful and really work hard to make sure everyone has a good experience. They ride around constantly, checking to make sure all is well. The only negative is that a lot of the sites are short and uneven. Make sure you bring plenty of blocks, etc. to build up for your jacks. You will need it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very fun place but the roads and facilties could use repair. Some of the free sites are not real level and access is somewhat difficult. The large majority of the sites are rented on a permanent basis so reservations are needed on major weekends. No pool but does have a sandy beach area (roped off in water) on Lake Guntersville. Also has boat launch and piers. The permanent "residents" were extremely friendly.
We camped here in a camper.
The park suffered some time ago from tornado damage. The recovery effort has gone well. New trees have been planted, more full hookups, and a better stocked store. I would have given all stars had our site been level and it had not been gravel. The beauty of the area really out ways any minor problems. I continue to recommend this park to my friends as a great place to unwind. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our site was not very level. That is surprising as there has been a lot of trees removed due to the storm damage from about a year or so ago. Miss the shade trees on the lower portion of the campground. Our kids enjoy fishing off the dock and the playground is fun for them, too. If you like to geocache, we also found some great ones that are not far from the campground. It has a keypad and guest code with a secure gate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects weekly rate bridging summer and winter seasons. We stayed one week and at check in the rate was automatically adjusted for the part of the our week that was in the winter season. This is a beautiful lake side park. The entrance is gated. You are provided the entrance code at check in. The facilities are very well maintained, clean, and roomy. There are 3 laundry facilities throughout the park. The park covers a large area and the sites are spacious. You can choose a site close to the lake front, or back by the wooded hillside. Deer wander through the sites by the hillside. Wi-Fi is available throughout the park. The utility connections can be challenging, depending on the site. The sewer connections are sometimes pretty far away from where you would expect them. You may need an extension on your hose. Other sites have the utilities conveniently located. Cable is not provided, but you can pick up some local channels with an antenna. Overall a very nice and comfortable park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground was hit hard by a tornado several years ago. Many of the trees were lost, therefore most of this large campground is "rebuilding". Many trees have been planted, new fire rings and bathhouses. The interior roads are only fair and the sites are gravel and uneven. Most or the electrical looks new and the Wi-Fi very good. I would rate it higher if the sites were in better shape. The golf course is great and if you like to fish . . . this is the place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park suffered massive tornado damage in 2011 and, while recovering, is still showing the effects of the storm. Most of the back-in sites have new power pedestals. Pull-thru sites have not been upgraded as of this writing. Most sites are gravel and need leveling. Turning in the pull-thru area is tight and may limit large rigs. Lake facilities are nice and there is a lovely lodge on the top of the hill overlooking the park. The Wi-Fi service is the best we experienced on our month-long trip. Work on the needed campground improvements continues. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice state park with great views of Lake Guntersville. FHUs and a friendly staff. Not all sites are level, so bring some blocks. Although we had a pull-through site, the turns were very tight and barely manageable in our 40' motorhome. Plenty of deer in the area in the evenings. We were surprised that we were able to obtain a site over July 4th on a moment's notice. We would return again if in this area, although we were rained out the views were beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was hit by a tornado and most of the lake front spaces were not available. The spaces are very tight. In our opinion the spaces are too tight for the area. It was loud with people playing music. I would not come back. We only stayed one night. The camp host and park staff was very helpful on a matter we had with the sewer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were close, Lots of loud rude people, There were people racing golf carts. Drinking, just wild! I would have liked this park in the 90's but I have children now. Not a family park. There were many people living there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are camping here a year or so after the tornado hit. This was our first time to the park, so we weren't sure what to expect. When we first arrived at the park, we were met at the office/store by very friendly staff that assigned us a spot. They told us we could drive around and choose a different spot if we desired, and just call and let them know if we wanted to change. As we entered the park, we immediately saw the devastation that was caused by the tornado. Almost all of the trees in the park are gone, and all but one of the RV sections along side the lake are still being rebuilt. We seriously reconsidered staying there, but I'm really glad we did. We picked a site towards the back end of the park that only had a couple of campers in it. Within an hour or so of getting set up, we had deer walking right up to our camper, which the kids loved. We drove up to the lodge on one day and ate brunch which was very nice (the views from the lodge are incredible), and we tried walking one of the hiking trails, but ran in to a dead end due to all of the fallen trees. We had a great time fishing from the dock and the kids enjoyed the swimming area. All in all, it was a great time, and I am so glad we stayed. At one point, the staff came by and informed us that a storm was coming that evening and we were under a tornado watch, which we really appreciated. Just keep in mind that this is a state funded park, and they are doing their best to recover from such a devastating storm. We look forward to camping there again in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed for three days. There was a lot of construction going on but away from the campgrounds that were opened. The sites were fairly leveled and had little shade.There was only one bath house functional. We took the time to visit the lodge as well the golf course.The lodge was beautiful with a very nice view of the lake. The golf course suffered tree losses but was open. This no doubt will be a little jewel in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Last years tornado damage aside the park sites need attention. It appears that it has been many many years since sites have been graded. The gravel pads barely resemble pads from the years of heavy use. Nature will take care of the tornado damage, which is quite extreme. The human touch of gravel & grading will take care of the rest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful location. Crowded sites. Many of the sewer sites were up on a hillside where we would have a difficult time leveling. Too many sites looked like they were occupied by permanent residents with junk and old plastic tarps making them look very unsightly. Store/office closed at 4 PM rather than stagger the employee work hours to keep it open later. There was no trash collection site in the campground. After walking around for 20 minutes with trash I found out we had to use dumpsters at a boat launch, about a half mile away from the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our fourth visit to this park and we were disappointed this time to find it over-crowded and severely congested. It was Columbus Day weekend and was fall break for many children. Many sites had several vehicles, children's bicycles were strewn around campsites and it was difficult to get out of your campsite without driving over someone else's bike, grill or toy. We were in B ring with sewer hookup and those sites are very close to each other. We'd never pick that location again. The campground office is open from 8-4, which is ridiculously early closing. I was told it was because of state cut-backs. Interestingly there were two RVs parked outside the gate all night waiting for the office to open. It made me wonder that the paycheck to keep the office open extra hours could have easily been met by the two RVs who could not get in. There is a very limited store which of course is also not open at the time campers want to stock up on provisions. The playground needs an update but the children still enjoyed it. Campsites are not level. We have had three other sites in this park and have yet to find a site where we did not have to use jacks and still have wheels off the ground. Interior roads are narrow and are bi-directional but I never saw confrontation because of it. Overall a disappointing experience at a park in a beautiful location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had reservations for this September trip since July. We arrived on our planned date and there were only 8 sites left. We HAD reservations, yet people who just wandered in, got the better sites. Was VERY dissappointed! We were stuck behind the store. There is no sense in this kind of resveration system. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The State park is well laid out. My only complaint(a small one) is the campground has the camp sites too close together (kind of reminds me of a KOA). We were lucky to have friendly neighbors or it would have been a bad experience. The camp site we had was really close to a bath house. The bath houses were placed well through the campground. They were spotless. The volunteers work really hard to keep them clean so I overlooked the smell of dead fish the first day due to someone (probably a child) leaving fish remains in the trash. The campground had all of the things expected of a state park. You can also get Wi-Fi at the lodge. This campground has beautiful views of Lake Guntersville with breath taking sunsets. We will definitely be back. I was told the campground was due for an upgrade. When / if this happens the campground well be top notch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Arrived after a major summer storm and the power was off. The staff was very friendly and said the power company was working on the problem. Power was restored after a couple of hours. It is a nice lakeside campground with nice views and plenty of shoreline. A lot of the campers had boats and bicycles and it was a friendly atmosphere. I plan to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We last visited this park about 10 years ago. Then, it was a pristine beauty. Today it has become a Gypsy camp. There was no effort on managements part to exercise any control over campsite occupancy. 2, 3, and even 4 trucks, boats, trailers, etc. seemed to be the norm on the majority of sites, making navigation through the congestion a true nightmare. There also seemed to be a large number of long term occupants with junk piles filling their sites. Dumpsters were overflowing. The staff at this park seems to have given up. Too bad, it was such a nice place in the past. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is always a fun place to stay. There are large, spacious camp sites, with a limited sites with sewer. The bath houses are not air conditioned, so they can get a little sweaty during the hot months. It is always a favorite. Bank fishing is always productive. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Although the campsites were rather closely spaced and lacking in privacy, this was but a small consideration in light of the abundance of positive features at this resort-style state park. Those features include a golf course; scenic mountain-top lodge; well marked and picturesque hiking trails of varying levels of difficulty; a magnificent lake for boating, swimming, and idling on the beach; a nature center; planned weekend hikes and activities; well maintained rest room facilities; and excellent security. In a state that prides itself on its excellent state park campgrounds, this one ranks at or near the top. We camped here in a Tent.
I stayed here as a kid. It is the same as I remember. Same playground and same Nature Center. Things have not changed in years. The park does need some updating, but over all it is a nice place and we will be back. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The campground has a great view of the Tennessee river. If you own a boat, bring it and you'll discover the meaning of, "Sweet Home Alabama". The campground is packed all of the time. The restrooms are cleaned everyday and the staff are nice and helpful. Deer watching is a fun activity at dusk. Be sure to check out the views of the lake while on your way up the mountain to the lodge that overlooks the campground and lake. The restaurant is great! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 5 / 10 ]
Our site was very out of level and very close to the sites on either side. The sewer was stopped up on our site and the maintenance man worked on it as soon as we let the office know of the problem but it gave us problems the whole time we were there. Both times we tried to drain our black tank we made a mess. The areas that need improvement are the full hookup sites. We will stay there again but it will be by the lake without sewer and we will just take our portable blue sewer tank with us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My wife and I stayed here for 2 days and had a blast. We enjoy hiking so the park was perfect for us. The hiking trails were well marked and well kept. The park was clean and the staff was very helpful. The sites were level and had gravel where we parked. I had no trouble navigating the roads. We will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 3 / 10 ]
Beware. The office staff is very unorganized. Don't bother asking where you will be staying in the park. The park does not give you a site until you arrive. You could end up in the parking lot or the primitive section. (Bring your generator.) The park host and some other employees do not follow the rules (feeding deer, leash laws, reserving sites with autos). So why should anyone else? My family and I will not be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
I enjoyed the Campground itself, young people in the office were very disorganized. The Camp Hosts where above the rules. They parked their car on a site for 3 days to reserve and moved it to another site for a day. Sites are supposed to be paid for and have a Tent or Camper on them. They feed the deer, signs everywhere saying not to do it. Their dog never on a leash and he decorated my site 2 times. Why should anybody in the Park obey the rules if they don't? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a huge state park. I had no problem finding the park but got lost twice inside it on the way to the campground. Lots of trees. Facilities were mostly clean and reasonably well maintained. The laundry I used was in very good shape. Staff was friendly and helpful. There were several sites with what appeared to be long term residents. Some of the RVs looked like they had been there for long enough that they probably weren't roadworthy anymore. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is in a beautiful setting, but had a really strange layout. Pull through sites were small and the utility hook-ups were on the wrong side, e.g. facing uphill rather than the lake. The view toward the lake looked through the Storage Area in the section we were in. With only a 29 foot trailer, you had to park the truck crossways in front of the trailer and we were so close to the road that we were afraid that someone would speed through and hit the trailer. Good hiking trails in the park and lots of deer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Just spent 4 days at this SP with grandchildren. Kids enjoyed the playground and bicycle riding as well as fishing (even though none were caught). Out of 5 bathouses I know the two I went into were clean. They are rather old but are kept pretty clean. No AC but did have exhaust fans and wall heaters for winter. We love the sections by the lake. This trip we stayed in B section with sewer because of our kids. No sewer sites near the lake available but next time we will get next to the lake regardless of sewer availability. Deer came into the campground and I even saw a gentleman feeding one by hand. Not something the campground encourages. Tennis courts, basketball courts and volleyball courts on site. Large sandy beach area for swimming and several docks for fishing. We got good satellite reception. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We went here in the late winter. There is a very scenic lake and lots to do in the area, including Bald Eagle watching. The sites were covered with pine straw and the paved area of many of the sites was pretty small. The sites are fairly well spaced. Deer regularly come into the campground. Overall, a very decent campground We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 6 / 10 ]
We really enjoyed this park. The reason for such a low rating was the condition of the facilities. While we were there (6 nights), I think the toilets and showers were only cleaned once and that was on Friday. I know for a fact that the trash can was dumped only one time. It was a good thing we have large holding tanks! Otherwise, it is a beautiful park situated on Lake Guntersville. It is noted for eagle sightings in the winter months. The view from the lodge overlooking the lake is spectacular. If the restrooms were cleaner this place would rate a 10++. We camped here in a camper.
Please don't be deceived by the pictures from the website. This "resort" is much older than it looks and the "amenities" are not as they appear. We arrived on a Tuesday and were greeted by nice employees who checked us in and told us that we could just drive around and find a spot that we liked. As we drove through the park, it became clear that this was a "long term stay" resort that looked a lot like a mobile home park. We finally found a spot and set up. We had been camping for several days before, so my wife wanted to do laundry at their facilities. When she entered the laundry room, she found 4 washers that were all being used by the same person. We tried fishing from the pier, but the hydrilla is so bad in the lake that it makes it almost impossible to fish (this is not a negative towards the resort). We took our children to the game room which ended up as a disaster. They tried 3 different games, each costing .50, and all 3 games took the money without letting them play. We went to the office and the only response we received was "sorry, but we don't give refunds on the game room". By the way, there is no sign in the game room stating this, and the fact that we were with the kids when it happened should have been sufficient for them to refund our $1.50. The "miniature golf" course is a joke. All of the holes are identical and they were covered in leaves. The only amenity that proved to be worth the stay was the indoor pool. However, my wife had to call me to come to the pool due to the fact that some old man was sitting in the jacuzzi staring at my wife and kids. When I arrived, he quickly left. All in all, this resort is not worth the $32/night that they charge, and they definitely need to update their amenities or update the pics on their website. They also need to do a better job of keeping up the place and not letting it look "trashy". The woman who was using all of the washing machines informed my wife that they had to fumigate their RV for fleas due to the fact that the park had become infested. I sprayed/fogged the area around our trailer on a regular basis and we did not have any problems with fleas. We will not be returning to Little Mountain Resort. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a large park. Sites are grass, so some have ruts due to heavy vehicles and/or soggy ground. It's obvious most sites are long term campers. The sites are very narrow there was less than 12 feet between the power supply and concrete patio. Only two pull-throughs in this huge park. Very odd check in, the office staff had no idea what sites were available so told us to find a site and report to them. Be aware of traveling up Hwy 68 to get there as it is curvy, narrow and no shoulders on the road. We would not return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, good fishing, great amenities, spacious lots, staff that we met all friendly but one rather unfriendly lady. Shade trees abound, but still big rig friendly around parts of the park. Mini golf, indoor pool, outdoor pool (during certain times of the year), marina and boat slips available. Lots of campfires around, so if smoke bothers you like it does me, you'll have to keep the windows closed. Hubby doesn't mind it, but it gives me a headache so I have to avoid it. Lots of fire material around it appears. Overall a very nice park that we would enjoy coming back to again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice place to spend a quiet weekend in the fall in north Alabama. They delivered exactly what was promised and were friendly about it. Somewhat isolated in terms of groceries and restaurants. 3 pools, on site restaurant open part time, stable utilities and nice view of lake from several sites. Golf carts ran continuously over the slag roads. Would be an issue in the busy season. Verizon Wireless was usable if not strong. OTA TV from Huntsville was good. I would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park and it has some maintenance issues but overall it was good. Some of the rough spots include uneven sites and general maintenance. The highlight for us were the swimming pools and the lake itself. We were also glad to have full hookups. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites were very nice with concrete pads. Church on campground which we attended and enjoyed. Used indoor pool and hot tub. Hot tub was dirty which was reported to staff but was not cleaned. Bathhouses clean. There was constant traffic from golf carts that drove past our site all night and day which bothered me but not my husband. Staff not friendly. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We liked this park. It's on a remote spot right on Guntersville Lake. We camped a week and launched our kayaks from the park three days. Our site was partially shaded with a level gravel pad and full 50A hookups. No Wi-Fi. The indoor pool and hot tub where open. The restaurant, library and exercise room where close since this is the off season. We really enjoyed this park. It is definitely a family park with lots to do for kids. We camped here when it was quiet and nearly empty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time at this campground. THE PROs. Great place for the kids. Very nice playground, putt putt, game room etc. Nice kept areas, nice friendly folks. THE CONs. The indoor pool was COLD. What is the use in having it indoor if it isn't heated?? The restaurant was only open on selected days. A bummer because they have great ice cream. One of the bath houses need a place for you to change once you get out of the shower. There are three shower stalls and that is all. At the other one there is a nice changing area and a shower connected. Over all: it was a wonderful place and we had a great time. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a beautiful campground on a lake. It is very remote. We particularly liked the back-in sites facing the clubhouse and playground area. Sites are gravel and not level. We camped here in a motorhome under our Coast to Coast membership. Site selection is on a first-come first-serve basis which could be a challenge for big rigs during their busy, peak season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were met at the gate by very rude camp host. I arrived on Thursday night. I am a member of Camp Club USA. I was told the weekend started on Thursday night so they wouldn't honor my card. We weren't shown to our sites. Just drove around till we found one. Lots of people living at this campground. Our site was in full sun with no shade. The roads are very dusty. I would not recommend this campground to anyone. People drove around all night in golf carts. Needless to say I want go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our "home" campground that will always be our first choice for a weekend getaway. The park is huge and has something for everyone. With the size of the campground, you can get as close to the action or as far away as you'd like. There is basketball, putt-putt, tennis, game room, LARGE rec area, 2 swimming pools and a marina. In the rec hall is a cafe/diner that you can get meals at if you wish. We feel very safe here and usually everybody that stays here are very observant of the rules. We recommend this to anyone looking for a place to stay in the north Alabama area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Large campground. A lot of traffic flowing through on un-paved roads. Small children at risk of injury. Sites very large, but gravel and often un-level. I would stay again. Tennessee River along park is worth the trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has lots to do including indoor pool, game room, playground, putt putt (old and in need of updating), tennis, basketball, shuffle board and just wide open spaces and fishing. Only problem was staff very unfriendly. Only saw 2 smile during the whole visit. Staff not kid friendly. Maybe it was their off week, don't know. However, we won't be back. Campfires allowed only in elevated containers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large Coast to Coast Park. Sites are spacious and well maintained. 2 pools, 2 spas. Lots of activities. Great lake front park. Cell phones don't work well here. We love this park and will keep coming back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great facilities - indoor and outdoor polls, big meeting spaces, boat docks, etc. A number of sites have no shade but new trees have been planted. Well cared for. I was there in spring so bugs weren't a problem but I heard that they can be bad in summer. Waterfront sites don't have sewer. No cable TV and weak antenna reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This park has many full-time residents but has lots of sites for vacationers. The property is on Lake Guntersville. We were there in December so it was very quiet and serene, although we were awakened one morning by the sounds of duck hunters firing away. We will visit here again in the warmer months as it is a beautiful and very friendly place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Beautiful well-maintained campground. Has something for EVERYONE. Marina located on premises (Lake Guntersville). Huge rec hall with kitchen, library, workout facilities. Outdoor and indoor pool with hot tub, saunas. Lighted tennis court and full size basketball court. Miniature golf and game room. We camped here in a 2000  .
Campsites could be leveled better; there are a fair number of semi permanent campers. Host was helpful and friendly. There was a dump station, two bath houses, boat ramp, and good neighbors. Quiet campground located on Lake Guntersville. We will camp there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.