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Lakepoint Resort State Park

104 Lakepoint Dr.
Eufaula, AL 36027
7 Reviews
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My husband and I have been camping there with our dogs for the last 3 years. It is totally relaxing. No Cable, No WiFI NO PROBLEM. The purpose in camping is to relax and get away from the everyday stress of life. This is where to do it you can walk, bike ride, boat, fish or just sit by the water and read a book. The sunrises are some of the prettiest you will ever see. We love it there.

Received from Debby for visit in Nov 2009

Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Nice campground with easy water access. Full Hookup sites $18 in Feb, albeit only 30 AMP. Pull through sites available. Resort Marina Restaurant/Grill reasonably priced. Nearby Eufaula AL has beautiful homes and healthy downtown, fast food to very fine dining available.


Received from Charles for visit in Feb 2008

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
The park was only ok.Nice view of the water, but the bugs were rentless.Sand flies, ants,misquitos you name it they got it.The bathrooms were clean.The golf course was a very good value and in good shape.We were disappointed with no 50 amp service and no cable.We moved after one day to Florence Marina on the Georgia side and it was great. No bugs,50amp,cable,new pavement, over all 100% better, and only 26 miles away.

Received from Fred for visit in Sep 2007

Site Number: 18
Stay Again? NO
We were very disappointed in this park. It looks great in the photos but in reality it is old and run down. The rest rooms were dirty and old, the roads in the campground were falling apart, and the sites had trash, weeds, ancient tables, and cracked pavement. To add to this, the sewer backed up on our site (gray water, fortunately). The beach, on a creek rather than the lake, look like it was made with construction sand and goose droppings.

Received from Ronald G for visit in May 2007

Site Number:11
Stay Again? NO
The campground was nice and the bathrooms were clean. They do need to update but the campground was clean and quiet. This ideal for fisherman or golfers. We just came for a quick get a way and enjoyed it.

Received from Janet K for visit in May 2007

Site Number: D12
Stay Again? YES
A nice, but dated SP. Sites were paved and level. Very quiet and dark at night (good for viewing stars). Circle sites had plenty of space between them. Large pull throughs available. Bathrooms were mostly clean, but old and in need of repair. Overall a good place if you want to golf at the nearby course or fish on the lake. Alabama needs to hire Florida SP consultants and update their parks.


Received from Robert T for visit in Mar 2007

Site Number: 17
Stay Again? YES
Lakepoint State Park is located 7 miles north of Eufaula, Alabama just off SR 431 on the shores of Lake Eufaula. Lake Eufaula has more than 45,000 surface acres and is considered to be one of the best largemouth bass fishing lakes in the United States. Seven to ten pound bass are not uncommon. This is another highly developed resort park that caters to most recreational activities including boating, fishing, water-skiing, swimming, golf, tennis, basketball, picnicking, and hiking. Of particular interest to us Yankees were the signs throughout the park which read "CAUTION - Alligators present, do not molest." Needless to say, we kept a close eye on our small dog. Accommodations include a very nice lodge and a great 244 unit campground. The well designed campground is divided into four separate loops each offering a slightly different ambiance. We camped in the Clark Loop which offered lakeside sites nestled in a stand of tall pines. This loop has good paved interior roads and camp spurs. Our site had electric (20/30 amp) and water hook-ups (Note: there is high water pressure in the campground and you want to be sure to use a flow regulator on your water intake). The shower buildings are very well designed and maintained. There is an activities building and many programs are offered. There is a small store, laundry, and dump station. Our cost was just $71.50 per week and that included our hook-ups (12/99). This is a winter destination for some campers and the park offers monthly rates around $250. For an additional $100 per month, you can play as much golf as you want, making this destination a best buy. First picture is a view of the lake, second is the view from Campsite 20.


Received from Norman H for visit in Dec 1999

Site Number: 20
Stay Again? YES

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