Campground Review: Capital City RV Park

By:  Kelly Barnett

12th Sep, 17


If you ever find yourself in central Alabama and need a place to stay…this is the place. There are a couple of other campgrounds in the area but, in our opinion, this is the nicest and safest.

Located on the northeast side of Montgomery, Capital City RV Park is very quiet and well maintained. The owners have rules and enforce them but that's part of the reason why the park is as nice as it is.

We lived at this park for the first 16 months of our full-timing adventure in our Landmark. Michael was still active duty Army, stationed just a few miles down the road, and this park was very convenient to his office.

The park has 88 pull through sites, all with water, electric and sewer. They also offer free internet but - as with most parks - it doesn't always work the best. Twenty-six of the sites are 'deluxe' sites, which are a bit bigger than the rest and also new since 2012.

Capitol City is a great place to stay while visiting the Montgomery area as there is quite a bit to see and do in the area. Visit Old Alabama Town, the Montgomery Zoo, or take in a minor league baseball game at the Montgomery Biscuits stadium. Of course, there is lots of shopping and dining opportunities in the area too!

Maxwell Air Force Base is nearby as is Gunter Annex, both of which have commissaries and other military opportunities. Maxwell AFB sponsors an air show every couple of years that is open to the public.

Location

4655 Old Wetumpka Hwy, Montgomery, AL

Amenities

20, 30 and 50 amp full hook up sites.Cable TV and internet. Each site has a nice concrete patio.Sites are all nice LONG pull throughs. Shower and laundry facilities are nicely maintained.

Cost

$30.00 nightly, $140.00 weekly or $490.00 monthly. The owners offer a discount for AAA, Good Sam, or Military

?*Kelly Barnett (2PSNAPOD) is a paid contributor to Heartland RV's blog. All opinions expressed are her own.*

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Kelly Barnett

Kelly Barnett


RV There Yet Chronicles

My husband, Michael, and I have been living fulltime in our 2011 Landmark Key Largo since April of 2011 and LOVE every minute of it. 

When Michael retired from the US Army in October of 2012 (after 29 years of service) we hit the road and haven’t looked back. 

We usually work in the south Texas oilfields in the winter and spend time with our two sons and their families in the summer. We travel and sight-see as much and often as possible.