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Foscue Creek Park


384 Resource Mgmt. Dr.
Demopolis, AL 36732
334.289.5535
No Email Address
www.reserveusa.com/nrrs/al/damf/
6 Reviews
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Our stay was August, 2010 - overnight only traveling back to Texas. Wish we could have stayed a week. Very friendly staff, clean, well kept campgrounds. If we ever go back to Alabama, this is where we will stay.

Received from Marlane for visit in Jun 2010


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Stay Again? YES
we are beginners at this and have been to several parks but this one is on the top of our list. the caretakers are friendly and the park is well maintained. the fishing was great for my husband and just relaxing was great for me. the whole park is beautiful with walking paths that i enjoyed. the sites are paved and most all are full services. peaceful for us. will definitely be back.

Received from catherine for visit in Aug 2009


Site Number: 51
Stay Again? YES
This is a very nice, very clean, very well-maintained campground. The sites are gravel--but level. Several sites have decks. The loop on the bluff overlooking the Tombigbee River (site # 48-53) offers the best views. Some sites are quiet a distance from the bath house--but,not so far as to be an inconvenience. Most other sites offer the best direct water access--small boat, fishing from the shore, etc. This is one of my favorite places to relax and "do nothing."

Received from Tammy for visit in Dec 2008


Site Number: 52
Stay Again? YES
You can either stay on the two beach loops or go for the inland loops. All are in walking distance to the beach. It does get pretty windy on the beach loops. (so much I held off on a campfire a couple of nights- wish others had also...) It is about a mile down to the light house and inland pier and 5 miles down to the big pier. Sites are all nice, not paved though. Depending on your length, read the site length carefully. Some are to small for 30+ footers. I stayed in site 87, beach loop. Pretty good site. Have 197 reserved for next May. It is on the inland loop and very large. There are only a few sites along the backs of the dunes. Those tend to get really sand blasted at night. I highly recommend it for a 4 day weekend trip and I wouldn't worry about going outside the CG. Lots of nature and beach to occupy my time. PS, be very careful on the swing bridge just prior to the CG. Very narrow lanes. I actually got my mirror busted when returning from a food run by a local that was speeding and crossed the center line. Police said it happens all the time and would not place other driver at fault. Needless to say, as a PO at the time, I wasn't to happy with the locals...

Received from Traffic M for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: 87
Stay Again? YES
Very nice campground on Foscue Creek with a few sites directly on the Tombigbee River; the majority of sites are waterfront; there are two sections with the first section of fifteen sites being less wooded and the second section having more trees & three or four small loops within the section; Not as quiet as Corinth Recreation Area with a plant on the eastern side (sort of a dull hum you get used to), train tracks across the street from the entrance (count on a train each weekday morning around 7:20), and occasional barge horns as they go through the lock just downriver from the campground; Most folks with tripods seemed to be able to locate satellite TV from most sites; RV mounted dishes may need to be more selective. This was our first Corps of Engineers Campground and we really enjoyed having a waterfront home for a week; Natural surroundings, access to the creek/river, and lots of birds within the campground; Great sites with full-hook-ups; A good solid 4 because of waterfront sites, but would never get a 5 because of low water pressure, lack of good laundry, area noise (not really too bad), and it's a little too close to town for our taste; When driving to the campground from U.S. Highway 80, we were a little apprehensive because of the area and rough road, but our stay exceeded our initial impressions by a good bit.

 

Received from Howard for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: 38
Stay Again? YES
This is a Corp of Engineers park, and is one of their best. With full-hookups, lots of shade, spacious level sites, and peacefulness, this is a great place to just "get away" for a while. Its only a short 3-4 mile drive into Demopolis. You must try this park.

Received from Lawrence M for visit in Oct 2005


Site Number: 23
Stay Again? YES



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