September 7, 2021 - reviewed by Flo
Dislike No Reservations
Lots of history to explore in the museum and old cabins. They are only open on weekends though. In September-Oct you can rent a campsite and put a very small child’s tent on it to hold it for the Halloween events. We are here during the week after Labor Day and almost all the spots are taken and they will stay until after Halloween.
March 12, 2020 - reviewed by John
Feels Like Stepping Into History!
Beautiful, clean, quiet park situated between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham. Picturesque creek runs through the park. Many historic buildings to explore, train rides, and even an onsite Creamery. Old general store for items needed in a pinch. Craft cabins, market days, hiking trails, playground, Ironworks Museum. Gravel pads mostly level. Two loops with full hookups, many more sites with electric and water. Some sites have grills. Utilities appear well maintained. Roads are in good shape. 4G Verizon works great here. Historic Church still has services on Sunday mornings. Very pleasant camping experience!
November 26, 2018 - reviewed by R. Grant
This is camping
This is camping, not RVing. Nice enough, with a lot of interesting things to see, but make no mistake, it's camping. No cell service, so bring your own intertainment. Kids were out for the thanksgiving week, but was still quiet.
August 1, 2018 - reviewed by Mater
My Hoomans Took Me Camping
My hoomans took me and my brother Poncho camping and we had a blast. Dad put me in the basket on his bike so we could chase squirrels, it was awesome. I nearly caught one, if only I could climb. Poncho wasn't intersted in the squirrels but loved riding in mom's basket on the back of her bike. Tannehill is the best for us fur kids, lots of squirrels to chase and ducks and deer too...
July 22, 2018 - reviewed by Candice Wharton
Great Place To Stay
We had a lovely weekend. The restrooms were clean, our campsite was nice and shady. Only complaint I have is there are no grills, we had to go to the dollar general and purchase one to use.
February 1, 2018 - reviewed by Judi Harbin
Beautiful Unique Park
We love state parks. This one is unique. Rv park is ok. Sites close together, not level, dirt. But rates are reasonable. We paid $26/night w/senior discount for full hookups including sewer. We'd love to stay again
October 12, 2017 - reviewed by Molly
Pro:lots of trails and things to do if you like to explore. Trade day weekends are great also.
Halloween weekend is very fun! Campers go ALL out with decorations. Very beautiful. Creeks to play in and can fish. They have craft cabins too.
Cons:sites are small and close together. No reservations. You have to show up and claim your spot. No fire rings.
July 21, 2017 - reviewed by Bryant
Parking spots are close together but surrounding hiking trails and old buildings make this a great place to spend a few days. One of the best RV parks with stuff to do onsite.
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by Tory
By FAR My Favorite Campground In AL/MS
We LOVE this place with our two kids two and under. Full, Partial, and Primitive sites. Train to ride, ice cream stand, kayaking, hiking, historical sites, and trade days.
Can't beat it!!!
May 18, 2017 - reviewed by Rose
Great state park..electric and water lots to