Terms of Service
Lake Eufaula Campground Rules: Effective 07/15/2020
Welcome to Lake Eufaula Campground. We trust that this information will be helpful during your stay. If we can be of further assistance, please come by the office or call us at 334-687-4425.
Park hours: Day use for the park starts at 6 a.m. and ends at 10 p.m. We ask that guests refrain from excessive noise before 6 am and after 10 pm.
Day Use Fees: Guests of campground may have daytime visitors to their site only. Visitors (over age 3) using the pool, fishing ponds, and other campground facilities will be charged a $5.00 per person day use fee. Day use is currently suspended due to COVID-19. Permission must be obtained for day use during major holiday weekends.
Speed Limit: The speed limit is ten miles per hour.
Generators: Operation of generators is prohibited unless power is out at the campground or your site. Please inform the office of any power outage.
Pool Rules: The pool closes at dusk. Guests swim at their own risk. No lifeguard is on duty and all children under age 14 must be accompanied by an adult. No swimming is allowed in ponds or from the shore of the creek.
Smoking: No smoking is allowed in the office, restrooms, cabins, or at poolside. We ask that smokers deposit butts in the provided receptacles and not on the ground or in fire rings.
Parking: Campsites are designed to accommodate one to two vehicles. Overflow parking can be accommodated behind the office. You may be asked to move your vehicles if they are imposing on other guests or blocking the roadway. Boats may be parked at or near your campsite if space allows.
Trash: Two dumpsters are located to the right of the office as you enter the park.
Pets: Pets (excluding Pit Bulls) are welcome in the campground and should be on lead or well controlled. Bags for pet waste can be found in the office and guests are expected to clean up after their pets. Pets cannot be tied outside when their owners are not onsite. Management reserves the right to alter these rules should the need arise.
Propane: Propane is available at Gala Gas located to the left beside Thankful Baptist church as you leave the park. Call 334-687-2603 for hours.
Refund policy for campground fees: Online and phone reservations are charged a one-day stay for cancellation unless reservations are cancelled by the campground. A one-day fee is also charged for failure to cancel a phone reservation. Guests pay for their expected length of stay at check in. Refunds after check- in are subjected to a 20% transaction fee on the refunded amount.
Fires: All campfires must be built in designated areas at your campsite. Firewood is available for purchase at the office. Loaner grills are also available on a first come first serve basis.
Emergency services: Help for any campground emergency can be obtained by Dialing 911. A first aid kit available at the office. Fire extinguishers are also available. If you need assistance with access to local medical or veterinary care information, it is available at the office.
Severe weather warnings: During a tornado watch or other serve storm warning the office is open. Please monitor local weather through local weather channels and cell phones. Alarms may sound when there is major threat and you are encouraged not to stay in your camper at that time. Guests are responsible for their own safety in the event of serve weather.
The Retreat Center: Campground guests are welcome to visit the Nine Ponds Retreat Center during your stay. The center has a hiking trail, a barn and ponds for fishing. No fishing license is required for fishing in the ponds. There is a spiritual trail and prayer labyrinth that you are also welcome to visit. The same hours of operation apply to the retreat center as to the campground.
Fishing and Hunting: Fishing is allowed in ponds but is not allowed in the creek without a license. Copies of Alabama/ Georgia fishing and Hunting regulations are available online. No hunting is allowed on campground property.
Fireworks and Firearms: Fireworks and discharge of a firearm are prohibited in the campground per city regulations.
Archery: Archery of any type is prohibited in the campground proper. Special permission is required for archery in the retreat center.
Respect for all: Out of respect for all guest we would request that the confederate flag not be displayed at the campground.
Outdoor structures: Approval must be granted for decks, sheds, kennels and outdoor garden plots.
Campsite maintenance: Power washing is encouraged at least semiannually for all campers of full-time guests. Torn awnings need repaired or removed. Sites should be kept tidy with minimal outdoor storage. Please check at the office if additional storage space is required.
Drugs/ illegal behavior/ Fights and disruptive behavior: There is zero tolerance for drug use or other illegal activity. Guests will be asked to leave immediately should these behaviors be observed or documented.
Abandon Structures: Should a camper or personal belongings be abandoned (no payment for 30 days), items will be handled as per pertinent state regulations.
Disclaimer: Neither Lake Eufaula Campground, the owners, or their representatives will be responsible for any damage or loss of personal property while at the campground. The management or owners assume no responsibility for accidents or injuries to persons or pets from any cause.