Pine Glen | Established Campground

United States

Details

Last Visited: 2 months ago
GPS: 33.72487, -85.60426
Altitude: 254.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station: No

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Description

Forest Service campsite in the Talladega National Forest. $3 or $1.50 with an interagency pass. Maybe 20 or so sites. Sites are flat. One set of pit toilets and recycling bins. There are stone benches and metal fire rings at each site. Road to the site is hard packed dirt with gravel.

Spent one night. We were the only campers. It is very pretty and was very quiet. I think this may be a hunter's campground so in season or on a weekend it could be quite lively. Unfortunately there is an awful stench in the middle of the campground. We thought it might be coming from the pit toilets, but when we walked over to close the pit toilet doors we lost the smell. We couldn't find the source of the odor. The campground is big enough, though, we were able to find a nice unsmelly spot. The pit toilets were ok, not great, but luckily didn't stink.

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Stayed here Saturday 4/23/22. Was exactly as described. Got there at noon with plenty spots available. (There were still 4-5 spots available upon bedtime) Many sites had picnic tables, fire rings, and tent pads. I camped in my car in site 11. Has vault bathrooms that were stocked with toilet paper. Sites are spaced out pretty well. There’s about 4-6 miles of gravel road leading up to the campsite. Google Maps got me there just fine from Cheaha state park (1 hr). Overall no cell service for AT&T & Verizon - For Verizon, I had 1 bar pop up twice for a few minutes. No lighting at night- be sure to bring plenty flashlights. Has a nice little creek you can walk over to. Lots of families, friendly folk around at my neighboring campsites.

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As described and only 25% occupied mid week in November. Peaceful

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I came here on a March Friday afternoon and everything was full! It is a nice campground and you can’t beat the cheap price… Would get here early if you’re coming for a weekend.

There were tent campers… Van campers… And RV’s. There was quite a bit of mud.

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Still $3. The only amenity is a row of three pit toilets which are average. There is a creek on one side of the campground but no campsites are directly on it, the first few are across the road from it. A very tranquil place, great spot.

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Forest Service campsite in the Talladega National Forest. $3 or $1.50 with an interagency pass. Maybe 20 or so sites. Sites are flat. One set of pit toilets and recycling bins. There are stone benches and metal fire rings at each site. Road to the site is hard packed dirt with gravel.

Spent one night. We were the only campers. It is very pretty and was very quiet. I think this may be a hunter's campground so in season or on a weekend it could be quite lively. Unfortunately there is an awful stench in the middle of the campground. We thought it might be coming from the pit toilets, but when we walked over to close the pit toilet doors we lost the smell. We couldn't find the source of the odor. The campground is big enough, though, we were able to find a nice unsmelly spot. The pit toilets were ok, not great, but luckily didn't stink.

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