September 14, 2022 - reviewed by Theresa
Great Stopping Point
Excellent park in good condition. Pull thru sites huge. Only 15 for the night full hooks ups as I had senior Nat park pass. Guy says reservations needed now but he had plenty of room and spots open. It is a twisted drive out there but so worth ot
September 12, 2022 - reviewed by Jeff
This place is clean and quiet. Lots of sites along the water. We stayed at #95 on the old Antioch loop.
August 15, 2022 - reviewed by Dennis
Stayed night of July 5. Great campground. We stayed in the newer area. Our site was level and shaded.
March 5, 2022 - reviewed by Mandy
Stayed In The Older Section
Antioch side is older and about $5 cheaper per night, but the newer Catoma section was fully booked for our time here. Sites are a little narrower here, and all back-in with trees, we had about 1.5 ft clearance on each side of our 26ft TT. There’s a definite downward slope and no sewer hookup. HOWEVER, the sites are spaced out nicely, it’s clean and relatively quiet, except for the raceway across the main road, and planes taking off from the airfield down the road. But the raceway quit making noise at 7pm on the spot!
For the price I’m actually impressed. We normally stay in much higher priced decked out pull thru’s.
FYI, there is NO Wi-Fi or cell signal (with AT&T) and no cable hookups, so be prepared. This proved a little challenging, but we always carry a small antenna with us just in case because I like to watch the news.
There’s no extra charge for pets and a $5 per car fee for guests.
February 16, 2021 - reviewed by The Wandering Pinto
Beautiful COE Site
Amazing beautiful park. We stayed one night passing through on the way to Florida, but almost stayed here instead!
October 19, 2020 - reviewed by Charles Phillips
Love this place. Small but well kept.
Being extra leveling blocks. Some sites are very uneven.
June 28, 2020 - reviewed by Flo
Beautiful, Well Maintained Park
Lovely park. We love the roomy paved sites and the moss draped trees. Did not use restrooms though. We were passing through, so we only stayed one night.
June 21, 2020 - reviewed by Skip
Another Great COE Campground
We were in the Antioch loop, which is a little older, I think. Level gravel spots, with water and 30v/50v hookups. Dump station on the way out. Old, but well maintained bathhouse, which we didn't use. The other loop, to the north, has concrete pads and full hookups, but is slightly less wooded. We love COE campgrounds! This was $9 a night with senior pass; I think $18 otherwise. Laundry and playground were closed due to COVID 19. Our only complaint was the lack of a dumpster ... just a few (very few) household type garbage cans scattered around. They get filled up quickly. 5 stars inspite of that complaint.
Do watch out for poison ivy and poison oak. It's everywhere.
August 8, 2019 - reviewed by Goerls Going Places
Little off the beaten path but worth a stop. We stayed at site 76 close to the bathhouse which has laundry. For the money cant get any better then this.
July 21, 2019 - reviewed by Dorene
Lots of beautiful spots on the water
We had site 102 overlooking water/bay... perfect! Level sites ..
And cheap with national park Pass!! $9...!!
We had our air on but I can see if people complain about motor speedway noise which is maybe just weekends??? Did not bother us tho..
March 27, 2019 - reviewed by Sandcastle
Off To A Rocky Start
Pulled into site. 30A and 50A plugs intermittent power. the power protector kept cycling. Walked to other sites to test power protector. Worked fine. Went to ask to move to different site because of power. She said there was no problem it was my power protector. Don’t care. Can’t get power need to move. She said “ move or leave I don’t give a damn”. I said calm down I’m not upset. Just want to move to site that power worked that I saw was empty. Enough said. Other than that sites were nice and park was scenic. Liked park. Hostess was nice later on. Love army Corp of engineer parks.
February 17, 2019 - reviewed by HF1
We stayed here 3 nights starting 2/9/19 and enjoyed it very much. Nice clean park with concrete pads with full hookups. Nice showers. Nice people. 36.5MH
November 28, 2018 - reviewed by Adiventure
This campground has been renovated up to 75 full hookups. I don't see a laundry facility on site on the map. It's very well spaced and clean. There are train tracks and airport close by, however, the noise level is minimal. Watch for hickory nut trees launching nuts over your RV. It creates a loud bang and can damage your rig. I would come back here. It's also conveniently close to AFB if you have military privileges . I deducted one star because our site was not cleared of leaves and nuts prior to arrival and the electric panel cover fell off when I opened it. We were barely able to see the paved pad covered with leaves.
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by Blake Duhon
March 24, 2018 - reviewed by Marie and Jim
Stayed 2 nights in site 10 of Catoma side of park March 22-24, 2018. Full hook up, concrete site pad. Beautiful campground. We biked and kayaked here. March is a nice time of year to come with comfortable temperatures. I highly recommend this campground!
July 24, 2016 - reviewed by Molly S
Beautiful & well kept park! Plenty of spaces! Close to water! My family loves it , and this was our first trip ever in our new RV
October 2, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Great Corps Park
The newly constructed area is fantastic. It has everything ... huge paved pads, seclusion, woods, water views, excellent restrooms and private showers. Every site has full hook-ups in this new section. Our site (#36) was so long that we felt like we had our own highway out to the park loop road. The 50 amp electric was stable, and the water pressure held at 46psi. I did not need to connect a water softener because the water did not register high mineralization on my test kit. We will definitely stay here again. There is ample tourist type stuff to do in Montgomery, but we loved Prattville (17 miles away) for shopping and getting free WiFi at the library. Hint: use Mitchell Young road off of US-80 to get to Old Selma Rd as a better route to replace the Corps of Engineer driving directions. Check it out on Google Earth. This road is much wider and safer for big rigs.