The Wright Guide to Camping With the Corps of Engineers by Don Wright

By Don Wright

Guidebook of all campgrounds equipped and operated by way of the U.S. military Corps of Engineers. particularly invaluable for RV tourists who're boaters and fishermen simply because all campsites can be found on or close to lakes or streams controlled or impounded by means of the military Corps of Engineers. person listings include entire information about tenting amenities, facilities, leisure actions to be had and instructions to every campground.

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All year; 14-day limit. 129 elec/wtr sites, $24 ($12 with federal senior pass). RV limit 40 ft; 5 pull-through sites. Tbls, flush toilets, cfga, drkg wtr, showers, dump, coin laundry, beach, fish cleaning station, picnic shelter. Boating(ld), fishing, swimming, hiking trails, waterskiing. (334) 687-3101. NRRS. 88 This 7,800-acre lake with 77 miles of shoreline is 6 miles SE of Eutaw off SR 14 and SW of Tuscaloosa. Public use areas include Finches Ferry (boat ramp, picnic shelter ($25), playground); Lock 7 boat ramp; Lock 8 boat ramp, picnic shelter ($25), playground, and Selden Damsite Park boat ramp.

Code. You may procure a copy at most Corps facilities. Unless otherwise noted, for information on group camping areas and pavilion rentals, contact the project office. Most projects will accept payment by personal check requiring such information as phone number, driver’s license number and address. Many, including the National Recreation Reservation Service accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Many campgrounds and projects have much to offer that is not listed under the camping information.

024022 INDIAN CREEK PARK 2 mi E of Gateway on US 62; 4 mi S (right) on Indian Creek Rd (CR 89), following signs. 5/1-9/30; 14-day limit (no winter camping). 33 elec 30-amp sites, $20 ($10 with federal senior pass). Tbls, pit & flush toilets, cfga, drkg wtr, showers, dump, beach, playground, picnic shelter. Boating(l), fishing, hiking swimming, waterskiing, volleyball court. Non-campers pay $4 day use fee for boat ramp, dump station, beach, picnicking. 479-656-3145. NRRS. 2 mi SE of Garfield on SR 127; follow signs, turning on 127 Spur, then left on Marina Rd.

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