Small RV park with mostly permanent residents. Narrow driveway entrance to the park from the main road. Payment is on the honor system with a drop box. Sites are on a steep, terraced hill with a one lane gravel road. Very narrow, tight access. Two pull through sites were available at the time of our stay. It was necessary to unhook the tow before turning in to the site. Note: If the pull through site is available, do not pull all the way up to the office, a small driveway before the office, off to the right, is the access road to the pull through sites. Do not drive to the top of the hill, it’s extremely difficult to turn around. Concrete pads with minimal but adequate space between sites. Owner has put a lot of work in to this park. Nice place for an overnight and close to Unclaimed Baggage. Good Mexican restaurant, Agave, next to Food World. Free WiFi at site. Weak connection to AT&T. Strong water pressure. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Because there are many permanent campers, there are not many sites available, so make reservations ahead of time. This is a clean, neat park. The owners are friendly and helpful. There are no bathrooms. There was ample room for our slides. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Crawfords is a great place to stay for a week while fishing Lake Guntersville. They are small, but have room for your boat and RV. There is not alot of walking space if you have pets to walk. It is convenient to all local eateries. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very small campground. Has a number of long term units in place. Owners very helpful and polite. We were in Scottsboro to go to Unclaimed Baggage so this was an ideal location. If you want a comfortable place to stay this is good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent site and wonderful, helpful owners. The site doesn't have bathrooms, so you must be self-contained. Appeared to be a lot of permanent campers meaning few sites are available. Best wireless internet access I've had in my motor home. Pads are carved out of the side of a hill but are level and adequate. The main drawback to this site is that there's not a lot to do in Scottsboro and Huntsville is 45 miles away. Great place to stop for a couple of days, but not for a long vacation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest small RV parks we have ever stayed in. All sites are level and
are concrete with a patio. Owners live on site and are nice and very helpful. Will stay in this park when we are in the area again. We had reservations and
I am glad we did. Park fills up quickly. Good roads to sites. Quiet with no road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Very accommodating hosts, they provide a cordless phone in the office for unlimited use. Only 10 of the 14 sites are available so call ahead. But those sites are level, clean and some have cement pads and patios. Good voltage and water. Only drawback is lack of bathrooms and showers. You must be self contained. Campground was quiet at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed thee days. Weekend was full with locals, with permanent setups, Monday was deserted. Some sites were paved, mine was gravel. Almost all were not level by any means. The camper next to me used hydraulic jacks to level his trailer, one side his wheels were off the ground. Recommend you check the camp spot first before paying. Even though I had a pull-through, the angles of the spot prevented me from driving out with the tight turn. I had to back into the spot to my rear to get out. I would stay there again because of the price, but check the spot first. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We read the reviews before staying here, but thought we should take a chance. There are a lot of "month to month" campers here. (They used to be called full time!) However, you can still get some prime spots right on the lake. It is a municipally owned park, and they are hoping to put in city sewers so that every lot has sewer. It all depends on what you want from a park, but we thoroughly enjoyed this park. We put in our kayak right from our site on the lake. We played the 18 hole golf course and ate at the "Docks," while not leaving the property. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I usually leave my RV here at Goosepond, and we love it. My father and I golf, we eat at the "Docks", etc. I would recommend this place to anyone. The lots are nice and spread out too which always is a good thing. The lake and scenery are just breath-taking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found it barely acceptable. The drive in from the highway was pretty, but the campground entrance is narrow with a very small parking place to register. The office is small and quaint, the personnel were not really helpful. The campground has a lot of permanent residents with units pulled onto the sites backwards. There is the usual "junk" that goes with permanent places and it makes for a poor visual appearance. The sites are not very level and quite narrow for motorhomes, water hookups are on the opposite side from electrical. We decided to stay only 1 night. With the proper funding from the county this campground has wonderful potential with the lake and layout. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Park was very crowded when we were there. There is a policy of "tagging" sites and not allowing others to park there even if the person does not show to claim the site. We were lucky that the person who had "tagged" our site called while we were there and released the hold on it. Very friendly staff and crew. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I visited the park in August 2004. The sites are very narrow and most are impossible to "level" on. A large number of sites are very short and on an incline. Additionally, believe it or not, the water hookups are on the opposite side from the electrical. This park may be OK for popups, tents and small TT's but few sites will accommodate a large rig. The few sites that might accommodate a large rig are taken by longe term "campers". We camped here in a Motorhome.