Logan Landing Campground

1036 Paul Bear Bryant Rd, Alpine, AL 35014


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GPS: 33.4363,-86.268

Logan Landing Campground is located at 1036 Paul Bear Bryant Rd, Alpine, Alabama 35014 with a total of 150 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Basketball, Biking, Boating, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Swimming Pool, Volleyball, Water Sports, and more. Before your trip to Logan Landing Campground, check out website at http://www.loganlandingcabinresort.com/ or contact them through 256-268-0045 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

33.4363, -86.268

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 33.4363, -86.268


Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Recreation playground swimming pool
Site Amenities picnic table pull thru
Facilities dump station general store laundry restrooms
Pets pets

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Overview of Logan Landing Campground

Last Price Paid: $35

Reported by Two Plus Lu on 05.26.2017

Longest RV Reported: 19 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:



492 ft / 149 m

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  • A lot of great aspects and a lot of not-so-great aspects

    Reviewed 26/5/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: B076

    AMENITIES: Lakes (one small private, one large), pool, flush bathrooms and free showers, laundry facilities (1.50 wash, 1.50 dry), beach on the large lake, playground. The campground is on 150 acres and has a lot of sites, but most are taken up by permanent residents.LOCATION: one hour to Birmingham, Pell City was the largest town nearby. PROS1. They are a Passport America campground, and they were willing to combine their weekly rate discount with the PA discount. We stayed for a week with a lakeside campsite at ~$17 a night, full hookups. This was a great deal.2. The campground has access to two lakes: one is their own small, non-swimming lake that you can fish in (catch and release) without a fishing license. The other lake is a big boating lake and the campground has a boat ramp. There is a small beach and a designated swimming area off the big lake, but the beach itself isn't kept up very well.CONS1. I'd say the park is 95% permanent residents - we only saw one other RV come and go while we were there. Residents were not very respectful of campsite spaces - since we were on a lakefront site, non-lakefront residents would use our campsite for lake access and this diminished our privacy significantly, as we'd wake up in the morning to people socializing three feet away from our rig.2. Sewer holding was very full and made it difficult to dump.3. Cell phone reception was poor, both Verizon and AT&T, and we needed our WeBoost to get any work done or do anything on our phones that required data.4. Amenities were dated. Bathrooms were old, playground was beat up.In a pinch, I would camp here again, but I would certainly not seek it out in the future.

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At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 05/26/2017

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