Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground

(5 Reviews)

2670 S College St., Auburn, AL 36830

334-821-2267

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GPS: 32.5536, -85.5102

Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground is located at 2670 S College St., Auburn, Alabama 36830 with a total of 58 campsites. Before your trip to Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground, check out website at http://www.rvauburn.com/ or contact them through 334-821-2267 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

32.5536, -85.5102

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 32.5536, -85.5102

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Recreation bike rental
Site Amenities big rig picnic table pull thru
Facilities dump station laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs Good Sam
Pets pets

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Overview of Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground


Last Price Paid: $89

Reported by Travel Old on 05.08.2022

Longest RV Reported: 44 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

58

Elevation:

492 ft / 149 m

Reviews of Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground

5 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Travel Old
    Over priced

    Reviewed 8/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $89

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: N

    Over night stop on the way to the beach. Convenient to I85. Campground is nothing special. We were met at the entrance by a very friendly lady who led us to our pull-thru site. Sights are close together. It is located next door to public ballfields. There is a lot of highway noise. The price is way high. On the way back we are overnigh...moreOver night stop on the way to the beach. Convenient to I85. Campground is nothing special. We were met at the entrance by a very friendly lady who led us to our pull-thru site. Sights are close together. It is located next door to public ballfields. There is a lot of highway noise. The price is way high. On the way back we are overnighting at Chewacla State Park, right across the road, for $29 with WES. I wish I had found it first.

  • Area Guides Avatar Holley
    Convenient with only a few amenities

    Reviewed 4/6/2020

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    Days stayed: 4

    We were here in July 2019. My wife and I stayed here for work. Once we found the campground, (it is behind a little league baseball park and camper storage lot), getting to the site was simple. The woman who checked us in was VERY friendly. She gave us lots of directions and idea for things to do in the area. I agree with other revi...moreWe were here in July 2019. My wife and I stayed here for work. Once we found the campground, (it is behind a little league baseball park and camper storage lot), getting to the site was simple. The woman who checked us in was VERY friendly. She gave us lots of directions and idea for things to do in the area. I agree with other reviewers, this campground is a hot spot for Auburn football games. Other than that it's pretty quiet. We were down on the creek. It is a swift moving creek and the sites have very little grass. I would not have felt comfortable camping here with my children when they were younger. The shower house was in the building with the office and what appeared to be an apartment/residence. The walk to the bath/shower was dark, very dark. My wife did not feel comfortable walking alone. The campground is VERY close to lots of restaurants, shopping and of course Auburn University. We ate out most nights and did some shopping at the mall. If you are in this area go to the Mason Jar and have the chicken strips and a milk shake. You won't regret it. If you are looking for a place to park and sleep this might be perfect for you.

  • Area Guides Avatar Emie
    Not our cup of tea

    Reviewed 11/6/2019

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: A

    We were here before in November of 2014 but we forgot. We actually were parked in same site (A) as before. The utility placement is way up front near the driver’s seat. Even with two hoses, we didn’t have enough hose to reach the dump. The sites here are not level. Most, if not all, of the ½ circle pull thrus are very short. The sites...moreWe were here before in November of 2014 but we forgot. We actually were parked in same site (A) as before. The utility placement is way up front near the driver’s seat. Even with two hoses, we didn’t have enough hose to reach the dump. The sites here are not level. Most, if not all, of the ½ circle pull thrus are very short. The sites are dirt and gravel sites. The interior road is paved and rough in spots. Some sites have full sun and some have full shade. To leave, you have to drive through the entire park which involves driving down one steep hill and back up another. Directv worked fine in our site but would not in all. They have cable but we didn’t use it. WII FI works ok for checking email. If your site is near the softball field there is lots of traffic noise from I-85 and College Street. IMO this campground is way too expensive for what you get.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ed
    Peaceful, relaxing site next to a fast-running stream.

    Reviewed 25/1/2019

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 13

    Site number: L

    I can agree with CeeGee’s comments in that the park could use some maintenance, and most sites are cramped and small. I picked up a good bit of trash while staying here and noticed trashcans that had been raided by animals and not picked up by staff. We stayed in site L by the creek and enjoyed the view and sound of the water. The staf...moreI can agree with CeeGee’s comments in that the park could use some maintenance, and most sites are cramped and small. I picked up a good bit of trash while staying here and noticed trashcans that had been raided by animals and not picked up by staff. We stayed in site L by the creek and enjoyed the view and sound of the water. The staff were very friendly and interesting people. I’ve stayed in nicer parks for the same price. The bath house was clean, but somewhat cramped and strangely laid out. They did, however, use a better quality TP than most parks.

  • Area Guides Avatar CeeGee
    Convenient, but needs some spiffing up

    Reviewed 26/4/2016

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 2

    This campground exists to accommodate the people that come to Auburn University football games. It's pricey on those weekend, but reasonably priced otherwise. There are different price levels for pull through sites, etc. We opted for a back-in site.The pictures of this campground on their website make it look really nice and kep...moreThis campground exists to accommodate the people that come to Auburn University football games. It's pricey on those weekend, but reasonably priced otherwise. There are different price levels for pull through sites, etc. We opted for a back-in site.The pictures of this campground on their website make it look really nice and kept up. In reality, that is not true. It is run down. We had pieces of broken concrete blocks scattered about our campsite. Limbs had fallen down and were laying around. Basically, it had a "we don't care" appearance. A good cleaning up would help it's visual appeal.Getting into the campground is a tad challenging. The signs is small. The entry drive is just south of the community softball fields. Then you have a sharp turn and need to cut through a parking lot. The roads in the campground are asphalt and gravel, hilly, and a bit tight for big rigs.The sites themselves are gravel and a bit too close to each other. Each site had a white picnic table (that could use a good scrubbing) and a charcoal grill. There is cable TV that worked fairly well, but we didn't get a lot of the channels listed on the paper given to us, including ABC. The WiFi worked as well as any campground WiFi. Verizon worked very well.All in all, we would not stay here again. Small, messy sites are the reason. The tight roads to get in are another. There are other options in the Auburn area.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 4 Users Last Reported 04/26/2016

Campsite Types

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