April 15, 2021 - reviewed by Gary D
Beautiful State Park
Wonderful quiet campground with lots of space between sites. Great walking trails and mountain scenery. Be careful don’t follow the GPS it can lead you up the wrong way. Governors Dr to Monte Sano is the only route especially if you are in a class A. Also no 50 AMP service but ok for early April no need for AC.
November 22, 2019 - reviewed by Alfred
No 50 amp
One reviewer states that they had a 50 amp site. That’s not true. They have no 50 amp sites.
March 17, 2019 - reviewed by Megan
We stayed here over spring break for three nights. It was a very quiet park with lots to do. GPS took us up the narrow winding road but can go in on Governors Boulevard. Water and electric hookups but only a dump station for sewer. Not sure why they put us at the end of the park by ourselves and away from the bath house because closer sites were open for the whole stay including full hookup sites. Very nice campground host and even checked us in after park hours. We would visit again but reserve a full hookup beforehand.
June 25, 2018 - reviewed by Darrell
We visited Monte Sano for the first time recently. The park was nice and there were plenty of things to do, either there or nearby. The bathhouses were clean and the staff that we had interaction with seemed friendly. My hope is that now that our state can no longer steal the State Park's funds, to go towards the general fund, that parks like this one can update or renovate their facilities. For the most part, the park in general was well maintained. The campsite, in my opinion could use a little attention though. We had a great time and will return.
April 24, 2018 - reviewed by Steve
We came here to meet friends for a long camping weekend that was convenient to visit the space center. We had buddy sites with full hookups and 50 amp electric service. Sites were spacious, level and separated by trees & shrubs so there was reasonable privacy. The road coming in from the main highway is no problem if you know where you are going. A few minutes with MapQuest or Google Earth is wise advance preparation. We enjoyed Monte Sano enough to bring our Good Sam camping club over from the Atlanta area for a rally several months later.
February 27, 2018 - reviewed by RVellela RVellela
Blissful and Quiet
Gem of a park.
We got a Feb special $27/night
Stayed 3 nights in 32' TT.
Ask for site 14. Water and electric only, but two dump stations available. Easy in & out. Paved roads. Lots of hiking trails.
3 hooks out of 5 hooks
Semi private showers
Clean . As one washer/dryer $1.50/$1.00
Would stay again if travelling thru
October 31, 2016 - reviewed by Sherry & Greg
Selected this state park from the "RV Parks" app and were thrilled with our stay. On top of an Alabama mountain with a great view, biking and hiking trails, sites are relatively flat and level with gravel, picnic tables, fire rings and plenty of space "in the woods". Quiet, peaceful and camping neighbors were courteous of other campers and hours.
We highly recommended this for over night or extended stay. Stay on hwy. 565 for best drive in and out...otherwise the road in is a winding uphill climb. Both drives beautiful.
May 12, 2016 - reviewed by Cat
Beautiful in April. Dogwoods blooming but lots of poison ivy. Great spots. We had a pull through. Only downside was the road in through narrow residential up the mountain. Good spot to stay awhile.
September 6, 2015 - reviewed by Carl
Beautiful state Park
Great, wooded campsites with decent separation. Air conditioned bath houses. Only downside is that it is on the top of a small mountain making it somewhat of a drive to get groceries. Not a good overnight stop but a great place for extended camping.