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Day-Use Area:
7 a.m until sundown

 Grand Opening on May 21, 2011.

 
 
 

The campground is nestled within the 9,940 acres of Oak Mountain State park.

It has 12 sites; Each site will accommodate a maximum of eight persons with two vehicles, and one trailer.

Rates:

March thru October

$27.00 a night on weekdays

$30.00 on weekends and major holidays.

$5.00 extra for one children's tent under the age of 16.

November thru February

$27.00 Nightly

* Plus 14% Lodging Tax

 

All sites have 50 amp service, water and sewer hook ups, dump station for horse waste, fire rings, and picnic tables.

"Travelling Campers" are welcome to occupy these sites.

 Registration can be made upon arrival at the front gate of Oak Mountain State Park.

 Oak Mountain State Park also offers 14 miles of horse riding trails, 10 cabins, fishing in one of our 3 public lakes, championship golf course, walking trails, petting farm, campground, and several nature programs.

More information about Oak Mountain State Park can be obtained at by calling the park office at (205)620-2520.