Colbert County Alloys Park Campground

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180 Alloys Park Lane, Muscle Shoals, AL, 35661

The Colbert County Alloys Park Campground is located on Wilson Lake, and offers RV, motor home and camper parking, as well as tent sites for primitive camping. The campground also provides electricity, water, sewerage, dump station, and boat ramp for year round enjoyment. Newly added is a large, lit pavilion with picnic areas and tables, showers and restrooms.

They allow mostly back-in parking with one pull-thru, have big rig access, 30/50 amp connections and WIFI. For fun, there’s a kid friendly playground nearby, boating on Red Bay, nature trails and the park is within walking distance of a Robert Trent Jones golf course.

Nearby, you can visit Helen Keller’s birthplace or check out the Muscle Sholes Sound Studios, and for dinner, you can’t beat Smoking on the Blvd where they serve outstanding BBQ chicken and ribs. Sounds like a great place to stroll through and enjoy nature at its best.

Last Updated: 03/12/2020

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180 Alloys Park Lane, Muscle Shoals, AL, 35661
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Overall Rating: 5.0

J Loyd

Love Love Love, Beautiful quiet large spaces FHU county park with boat dock and pavillion. Plenty of walking .

Art Farmer

We got flooded out of the park where we usually stay when we visit the tri-cities. But then we discovered Colbert County Alloys Park. Now it’s our go-to place. The manager, Jim, was ever so nice and helpful. It’s actually quiet here, a hard quality to find these days. They have some fine nature trails and an archery range. Want a romantic, relaxing evening? There a swing for adults down by the water. They have a bath house, restrooms and a covered pavilion. All though we didn’t use them, they have full facilities for fishing such as a free boat launch, a fishing pier and two floating piers. There’s also an emergency shelter, lest a tornado stirs up. There’s a playground for kids, a picnic area and a 105-step stair climb for fitness buffs. As for the sites, they’re gravel, level back-ins, with full hook-up with wifi. All for the most affordable price around. We enjoyed Alloys Park during our four night stay. Why would we go anywhere else?