This park needs major improvements, beginning with the camp host. They only crack the door to their camper and barely stick their head around to even talk to you, let alone greet you. We had reservations for 2 weeks and was quoted the rate of $125/week; however, upon arrival we were informed the rates had been increased to $150/week beginning July 1st even though the price had not been changed on their board on July 2nd. Suggested to them they needed to update their board and we would pay what we were quoted and also what was on their board. Like other reviewers, unless you have called ahead for a reservation, you do not get one of the few sewer sites they have, even though they are vacant. All sites do not have a water hook-up, so IF you go there, be sure to take along a 50 ft. water hose as you might have to lay your hose beneath the camper next to you in order to reach the faucet. Same thing for the electric hook-up. One post may serve up to 3 campers and then it is only 30 amp. Many of the sites are grassy sites and if it rains, make sure you have rain boots.
Easy access of I-65. Very friendly and accommodating staff. No problems with big rig access. Spacious pull thru and great connection to WiFi and we were not very close to the office. We never stay at a KOA; however, this park is not the typical KOA. The grass was long overdue to be cut, but was done so while there. No trimming was done and no clean up of grass strewn over the patios following the mowing.
Certainly not much to do around Demopolis other than make the necessary trek to Wal-Mart, but we just enjoy the beauty of the park, watching the barge traffic on the river and relaxing from the fast paced life. Friendly campground host.
A City of Hoover run park and convenient to local attractions and shopping. No host on site, just an honor box to drop payment. Located just behind the Hoover Met Baseball Stadium that attracts a lot activity. A great place for an overnight stop or stay for a week or a month.