Rickwood Caverns had the tiniest sites ever. They're 40 ft RV site would be cramped for a car and a tent. We did not have room to open our awning. Terribly narrow road with large trees on either side and large rocks at the side of the very narrow road It looks like a great place to go for a day and take the kids but I would never recommend the campsite for a tent much less a camper or RV. The two other people I met there complained about how tiny it was within the first 30 seconds of meeting them. We went back to the office and ask for a refund and went elsewhere. It really was that small.
May 30, 12:00am - reviewed by Alex G
What a great place to camp!!!
My family and I came here over Memorial Day weekend and absolutely had a blast. The facilities are clean, the huge pool was awesome (1m and 5m dive boards) and the cave tour was breathtaking.
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and plan on returning many more times.
We liked it that there are only 13 gravel RV sites on the property which made it less crowded at full capacity than most State Parks. There is also a big group campsite close to the covered bridge we are considering using for our next church camping trip.
This is one of Alabama's hidden treasures.
October 29, 12:00am - reviewed by Glenn
Beautiful park, small gravel pads with 30a / 15a (gfci plugs in case you wanted to run a maximizer, may not work), water hookups, no sewer at site, dump station on the way out. Some pads are long, but relatively close together. Most sites have a picnic table. Very nice cave system that has guided tours. Great for small campers and tents.