45 total RV sites, BIG RIG FRIENDLY, can accommodate RVs up to 70ft. Family size bathrooms and showers (open during business hours). Propane and ice sales available. 20/30/50 amp, back ins, 12 pull thrus, full hookup. Plenty of room to park and walk about. Access to a 7 acre spring fed pond.
PA is valid for 3 nights max. Monthly and weekly rates available. Cash or check only. ATM on site. On call 24/7 for late night arrivals and assistance. Office hours M-F 8AM-6:30PM, Sat 9AM-4:30PM, on call Sundays. Pets welcome, must be on leash. Large area for dogs to walk. *Rates based on 2 people. $2 for each add'l person. Plus 10% lodging tax.
From I-10 exit 130 head North on Hwy 231. Go 27 miles. Turn right on to County Road 109 (Eddins RD which is 7.8 miles from state ling). Go 2.5 miles at the stop sign turn left on to Hodgesville RD. Go 3/4th of a mile, slight right turn onto Third Ave. Go 8/10th of a mile. Park is on the right. From Montgomery heading South on hwy 231 turn right onto the Ross Clark Circle (Hwy 231 Bypass), go 7.6 miles (go past Flying J) Turn right by KFC. Go 3 miles, park is located on the left From Hwy 431 heading southwest into Dothan turn left onto Ross Clark Circle (Hwy 231 bypass), go 5.4 miles. Turn left (at the KFC) onto third Ave. Go 3 miles, park is located on the left.
Southern hospitality in a quiet country setting just 3 miles from town.
Landmark Park and Dothan Area Botancial Gardens 10 miles/19 minutes, Mural of Dothan Downtown Dothan 6.6 miles/14 minutes, Olympia Spa Golf 5 miles/10 minutes, West Gate Park/ Water World 9.1 miles/22 minutes, National Peanut Festival Fairground 3.7 miles/9 minutes, Adventureland Park 8.7 miles/19 minutes, and 5.8 miles/12 minutes away are Numerous Antiques and Flea Markets in and around Dothan including Sadies Flea Market, Antique Attic, Backyard Treasures, Mollywood Imports, and Highlands Antiques Mall.
Very nice spot to spend a few days while visiting Dothan AL. The owners of the park are hands on and it appears they work 24/7. We booked a spot on the blind while running away from our home in Central Florida during the advent of Hurricane Irma on Sept 6th 2017. These guys did a super job in accommodating as many RVs at they could during this very trying period. In spite of the park being jammed full, everything in the park worked perfectly. The park is situated on a working 100 acre farm which is owned and operated by the park owners/ managers. They have a nice walking trail which covers about half the 100 acres through the woods. There are ducks and chickens to feed as well a cattle to view. All in all it was a pleasant experience considering the drama currently going on in the State of Florida. Sites are fairly level and the owner even came over to assist in putting a couple of two by sixes under the tires to make it perfectly level. Great people, nice campground.