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Corinth Recreation Area, Double Springs, Alabama

Submitted by Darby

About.com Rating 5 Star Rating
User Rating 4 Star Rating (1 Review)

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Darby - Another camper told me about this campground, and I RV camped there in September 2004.

Campground Review

Corinth is a National Forestry campground located in the William Bankhead National Forest. It is located 25 miles west of Cullman, Alabama on Highway 278. The nearest town is Double Springs. They have two loops of sites for motor homes, fifth wheels, and trailers, and then there is an area for tent camping, which is primitive. The two loops have full hookups with sewer, electric, and water. The primitive sites have water and electric. There is a swimming beach and a boat ramp. This is a fairly new campground, and it is very nice. They accept Golden Age Pass.

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 4 out of 5
Clean, friendly park, Member 2happycampers

This park is clean and the people were very friendly. The campsites were very updated, good size and flat. There was lots of shade. The roads are ""hilly"" so bike riding is for the young, strong people. You can not stay where you can see the water. We could walk down a path to an overlook of the water. The swimming area is very nice but, not a lot of room for laying out, it has a small beach. You need to drive your car to the swimming area. Swimming is at the bottom of a VERY steep hill. We ride our bikes at every campground we visit and this campground is not biker friendly.

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