Birmingham South RV Park

222 Co Rd 33, Pelham, AL 35124

205-664-8832

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GPS: 33.2863,-86.8059

Birmingham South RV Park is located at 222 Co Rd 33, Pelham, Alabama 35124 with a total of 99 campsites. Before your trip to Birmingham South RV Park, check out website at https://www.birminghamrvpark.com/ or contact them through 205-664-8832 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

33.2863, -86.8059

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 33.2863, -86.8059

Overview of Birmingham South RV Park


Last Price Paid: $44

Reported by JJ’s Wanderings on 05.01.2022

Longest RV Reported: 38 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

99

Elevation:

426 ft / 129 m

Reviews of Birmingham South RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar JJ’s Wanderings
    Ok for an overnight or near Birmingham.

    Reviewed 1/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 34

    Decent park, clean and very friendly staff. They lead you right to your site (although, I’ve stayed here three times and it’s been done differently every time). And bring plenty of leveling blocks. Maybe I’ve just had bad luck, but each time I’ve stayed has been a bit worse. This time the closest I could get to level, without blocks, w...moreDecent park, clean and very friendly staff. They lead you right to your site (although, I’ve stayed here three times and it’s been done differently every time). And bring plenty of leveling blocks. Maybe I’ve just had bad luck, but each time I’ve stayed has been a bit worse. This time the closest I could get to level, without blocks, was five inches.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Barrett’s
    Quiet and spacious campground

    Reviewed 8/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $49

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: B3

    We didn’t really know what to expect when we booked at Birmingham South, we just needed a place to stay for the week and it was the only place with an opening. However we were pleasantly surprised when we got here. The people who brought us to our site were very nice, our site is very spacious, there are a lot of trees around which is ...moreWe didn’t really know what to expect when we booked at Birmingham South, we just needed a place to stay for the week and it was the only place with an opening. However we were pleasantly surprised when we got here. The people who brought us to our site were very nice, our site is very spacious, there are a lot of trees around which is great for shade in hot Alabama, and we had decent internet - good enough that my wife worked on it all day without realizing it. We have Verizon and we had either 5G or 5G UW the whole time. It’s close to a lot of stores and restaurants, Walmart was 8 minutes away for instance. There is a train nearby that comes around from time to time and an interstate fairly nearby so there is that slight noise to factor in. There are no grills or fire rings though you can bring your own off ground fire pit which is what we did. I personally liked it because it’s an RV Park that feels more like a small campground due to how spacious and “woodsy” it is. Of course not all spots have a lot of trees or are as spacious but most are. I do think $49/night is a little steep for this place but overall it’s one of the better RV parks we’ve stayed at. We’d definitely come back again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Siler
    Clean, quiet but dated

    Reviewed 22/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $51

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 49

    I truly appreciated the staff. They do a wonderful job during check in and it’s clear they attend to the cleanliness of the property. My only negative is that we felt the price was a bit high for off season accommodations & the condition of our site showed general wear and tear. The blacktop on our pull through was very cracked & uneve...moreI truly appreciated the staff. They do a wonderful job during check in and it’s clear they attend to the cleanliness of the property. My only negative is that we felt the price was a bit high for off season accommodations & the condition of our site showed general wear and tear. The blacktop on our pull through was very cracked & uneven, the picnic bench was worn and the surrounding area was neither fully grass or fully pebbles. It was a dated site for $51.50 per night & that included a 10% Dyrt Pro discount.

  • Area Guides Avatar TerriF
    Clean and quiet

    Reviewed 7/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 27

    Great night manager welcomed us and escorted us to our pull thru 50amp site. The camp was quieter than I expected after I read complaints about the train. I did hear it once per night.While we had a pull thru site, many others without pull thru have great SHADE trees. The location was a couple miles from several restaurants and ...moreGreat night manager welcomed us and escorted us to our pull thru 50amp site. The camp was quieter than I expected after I read complaints about the train. I did hear it once per night.While we had a pull thru site, many others without pull thru have great SHADE trees. The location was a couple miles from several restaurants and 20 miles from Birmingham. We used the camp location as a home base as we traveled to Tuscaloosa for a game, Selma and Birmingham to visit. I worked here 1.5 days and on zoom calls using my Verizon hotspot.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tentless Texans
    Extremely clean and well kept RV park near the city

    Reviewed 18/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 11

    Yes, this was originally a KOA, but this RV park has been updated, safe and clean more than any average KOA that I have recently stayed. The bathroom and showers are extremely clean and the tile and paint updated. The pool area is also up to date. We used this as an overnight stop to see some family and would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Delta
    Awfully expensive for a gravel pad

    Reviewed 24/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 43

    The freight train and interstate noise are the price you pay for convenience... and and the Price! There is nothing scenic or exclusive about this place. It’s just an old KOA that’s convenient to I-65 and Birmingham. I think the pad actually used to be asphalt, but it has disintegrated into part gravel. On-line reservation put us in ...moreThe freight train and interstate noise are the price you pay for convenience... and and the Price! There is nothing scenic or exclusive about this place. It’s just an old KOA that’s convenient to I-65 and Birmingham. I think the pad actually used to be asphalt, but it has disintegrated into part gravel. On-line reservation put us in site 49, which was Under the dinette of the nice people in site 50. The staff was very nice about letting us move to 43... by the propane fill station and playground... so we had space outside our door. Most sites are packed in pretty close together. I would have more nice things to say if B’ham South wasn’t so unjustifiably expensive.

  • Area Guides Avatar FlipFlopChronicles
    Pricey

    Reviewed 22/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $61

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 44

    Its a decent place for an overnight, but I think the $61 (includes tax) was high for a dirt/gravel spot plus there is train noise and acorns falling on the roof all night. Its convenient right off 65.

  • Area Guides Avatar Daniela Galvao
    Great Campground, Staff & Location

    Reviewed 6/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 47

    The only reason I did not give a 5 stars review was because the sites have some dirt and I prefer paved sites.Other than that everything is great at this campground. The pool is beautiful and pristine clean, office and store very neat. Staff very accommodating, they even had a Independence Day celebration for guests with hot dogs, li...moreThe only reason I did not give a 5 stars review was because the sites have some dirt and I prefer paved sites.Other than that everything is great at this campground. The pool is beautiful and pristine clean, office and store very neat. Staff very accommodating, they even had a Independence Day celebration for guests with hot dogs, live music, refreshments, s’mores and campfire.I wish I could have stayed more days at this campground that used to be a KOA.I had issues calling them. An answering machine tells you all the time that they are busy and to leave a message but press 0 and you will be connected to front desk.

  • Area Guides Avatar CruzinAmerica with Ron & Mike
    A nice RV Park with pull thu sites.

    Reviewed 23/8/2016

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 53

    Originally we were only staying two nights but ended up staying 4. Good Wi-Fi, phone and cable TV. We had a shaded site near the Office/Store which also houses large clean restrooms and showers. A pool, great shopping in the proximity and a short drive to Birmingham.

  • Area Guides Avatar This Journey We Call Life
    Stuck in the corner

    Reviewed 8/4/2016

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    Nightly rate: $33

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: T-7

    This was a former KOA park and based on the previous review, we decided to stay the night in order to explore Birmingham. The park is about 15 minutes south of Birmingham. It is right off the freeway, so we found it to be conveniently located. We did hear the trains throughout the night, as well as road noise. We only require w...moreThis was a former KOA park and based on the previous review, we decided to stay the night in order to explore Birmingham. The park is about 15 minutes south of Birmingham. It is right off the freeway, so we found it to be conveniently located. We did hear the trains throughout the night, as well as road noise. We only require water and electricity in our Vanagon, and because we didn't require full hook-ups, the campground policy was to assign us to a corral of sorts. It is a circular wooden structure, divided into parts (like a bicycle wheel). The idea is that the electricity is at the very center of this circular corral. However, it is more than 25 feet away from where you can park your vehicle. This didn't work for us. Our electric cord was 30 feet long and it wouldn't reach. The person at the front desk suggested another site next to the dog run or else they could offer a refund. There were plenty of empty paved sites, but their policy disallowed non-RV's to use them (even if we paid the higher rate). I was surprised at the non-flexibility of the campground. We moved to the run-down site that they offered us and determined we could make do for the night. Because of the distance from our campsite to the bath house/administrative building, we could not access the campground's wi-fi. On the positive side, there is an outdoor kitchen area near the circular corral, which we didn't use, but it seemed like a nice touch. Note: The $33.12 paid was for electricity and included a 10% discount (they still honor KOA memberships).

  • Area Guides Avatar MackelRoy
    Stayed many times - will stay again

    Reviewed 7/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Site number: many

    This is our 7th time at this former KOA park. It honors the Good Sam discount now and the rate of $36.90 for 50 amp full hook up site, reflects that. Our 1st time was in June 2011 and it has gotten better on each visit. We have stayed in 8 different sites. On this visit we were in a long term back-in site, and the monthly rate (3...moreThis is our 7th time at this former KOA park. It honors the Good Sam discount now and the rate of $36.90 for 50 amp full hook up site, reflects that. Our 1st time was in June 2011 and it has gotten better on each visit. We have stayed in 8 different sites. On this visit we were in a long term back-in site, and the monthly rate (30 days) for a 50 amp site is $627. That includes electric and a state tax of $75. We were in a 33 foot 5th wheel.The asphalt site was in fair shape and almost level. The surfaces of the sites we have stayed in have been fair to good. Some are gravel, some are asphalt, some have concrete walks, but it has been a while since the sites have been worked on. A lot of the concrete is broken and a lot of the asphalt sites need resurfacing. There are a few sites that look unusable and we have never seen rigs in them. Water and electric and sewer has always worked fine. There has been a lot of asphalt patching and the roads are much better, but there are still a fair number of pot holes. The Wi-Fi has recently improved too. We have always been able to get a good shot with our DirecTV portable dish. Verizon 4G works fairly well too. The staff is extremely nice and helpful. Once when we pulled in, we had a problem with the site next to us and as soon as we brought it to the attention of the office, they took care of it. There are some negatives. The only dog "run" is a quite small fenced area on the extreme north side. It would be nice if there was another one on the south side. The cable TV is very bad. After being told several times that it will be upgraded soon, there are now signs up stating that they no longer have cable TV. Overall, the park is quiet with a mix of full/long timers and transients. There are 2 active train tracks within a quarter mile, with crossings that require train horns; you will hear trains 24/7. We didn't mind it a bit because we like, and are used to train sounds, but some might not like it.We will stay again.

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 04/08/2016

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 08/23/2016

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 11/24/2020

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