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Isaac Creek Campground


5030 Lock and Dam Rd
Franklin, AL 36444
334.282.4254
No Email Address
http://al-lakes.sam.usace.army.mil/isaac_creek_campground.htm
4 Reviews
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We camped for many years in this campground in many different sites. It was always so peaceful and quiet and we always felt safe. Enjoyed the fishing, boat riding, bicycling, walking, campfires and just camping in general at this campground. Would still be camping there if we had not bought a house closeby.

Received from Glenda B for visit in Oct 2008


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Very nice COE campground. Most sites could handle any rig. Some are very deep. Most of the sites are heavily wooded. 35-40 are lake front and only partially wooded. Would stay here again. Pretty far from the closest store so bring what you need. We camped here in a Motorhome.

Received from John V for visit in Jun 2007


Site Number: 35
Stay Again? YES
Very nice COE campground. Most sites could handle any rig. Some are very deep. Most of the sites are heavily wooded. 35-40 are lake front and only partially wooded. Would stay here again. Pretty far from the closest store so bring what you need.

Received from John V for visit in Jun 2007


Site Number: 35
Stay Again? YES
Absolutely beautiful campground bordered by the Alabama River and Isaac Creek which connected the river to Claiborne Lake; there are about 10 sites directly on the Alabama River with clear views - a few of those were shaded; the rest of the sites sit in deep woods with very tall trees; many sit directly on the creek or across the road and they are the first occupied; there is one section of sites not on water furtherest from either of the two bathhouses that are extremely private, but many have gravel pads rather than concrete; satellite access was available in some of the more wooded sites, but the best opportunities are on the riverfront sites. A couple of pull-through sites, but almost all back-in sites suitable for big rigs. Water & 50 Amp Electric Only, no sewer.

 

Received from Howard for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: 41
Stay Again? YES



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