Check-In Time: 1:00 pm
Check-Out Time: 12:00 Noon.
Quiet Time: 10:00 pm to 7:00 am
Inspections. All RVs older than 10 years are subject to inspection prior to entering the park. Entry / length of stay is at the sole discretion of Park Management. No window air conditioners, non-standard siding or other eye-sores are permitted. All electric and plumbing must be in serviceable condition.
Visitors must register at office upon arrival. Visitor vehicle(s) need to park in designated visitor parking area (see map). Visitors are to leave campground by 10:00 pm. Campers are responsible for the actions of their visitors and they must abide by Pine Lake’s Park Rules.
Vehicles: Automobiles, RVs, motorcycles and registered motorized scooters are allowed for transportation only. These vehicles are to remain on designated roadways and can only be operated by licensed drivers. (1) Camping unit and (1) vehicle per site allowed without additional charge up to a maximum of two vehicles per site. Additional vehicles may be parked in the RV storage area if arranged by the office. ($2 dollar extra per vehicle per day)
Vehicle Washing: Pay in advance for a permit at office. $5 per RV and $2 per car.
Children: An adult must accompany any child under 12 at all times when away from site! Drowning Hazard! Unsupervised children by the pond will result in your dismissal from park!
Conduct: No drunkenness, open alcoholic containers or disorderly behavior will be tolerated. Do not trespass on your neighbor's site. (Walk through empty sites or on pathways/streets only)
Trash: Place garbage in a sealed plastic bag put in dumpsters located in back of park.
Campfires: Ground fires are prohibited except in authorized campfire areas.
Waste Water: No grease, garbage, oil, chemicals, paper-towels or feminine articles in drains! These will damage the park's sewer systems and create an environmental hazard.
Restrooms/Showers: No smoking, pets, dishes, or laundry allowed in the restrooms.
Pets: You must clean up after your pet! Pets must be on a hand-held leashes at all times and not left unattended. Waste bags, available for sale at the front office, must be carried by owners while walking pets. Pet waste must be picked up immediately. A $25 fine and park eviction are penalties for failure to pick up after a pet or accumulation of waste at the campsite. Walk pets in designated areas only (see park map). Occupants certify they have proof of current rabies vaccination. No pets allowed in any buildings or the lake area. Do not allow your pet to disturb your neighbors. We take our park cleanliness and quiet atmosphere seriously!
Repairs or maintenance are absolutely prohibited on any site!
Orderliness: Your site is not a storage area! Keep it clean and orderly! No tents, boxes, refrigerators, freezers, spas, or any other items are permitted to be stored outside! Store items in opaque plastic bins under trailers and out of sight OR purchase a trailer skirt to hide such items. Storage sheds conforming to park guidelines are permitted if approved by park manager in writing. No clothes lines permitted. Satellite dishes must be affixed to proper mounts only.
Emergency telephone is located by office front door. Emergency phone numbers are: Police, Fire, and Ambulance 911. Campground contact is 256-619-1776
1776 RV & Campground is located in Northeast Alabama, just a short drive off of I-59, near Mentone, AL. We have a private and peaceful location for RV or tent camping, but within a short drive to many area attractions.
Our campground is the perfect spot for those looking to relax and enjoy the outdoors. You can sit back, read a book and listen to the babbling brook, or rock away on our store front’s porch and revisit the days adventures. There are also hiking and biking trails at the nearby De Soto State Park. 1776 RV & Campground Campground is here to provide a quaint, simple, relaxing environment for campers to “step away from” the stress of daily life.
We treat everyone who stays with us like family. this is now our home and business. We have a general store on the campgrounds containing camping supplies. We are also a short drive from Mentone, AL, where you will find local arts and crafts and farm to table restaurants.
We welcome RV campers, tent campers, motorcyclists, families, and anyone who is looking for a relaxing get away.
CALL 256-619-1776 EMAIL 1776RV@GMAIL.COM
Uniform services discounts.
Passport America discounts.
Holiday/Festival Periods: During holiday and local festivals a minimum two (2) night stay is required.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations within 24 hours before or on arrival may be made for a fee of the first nights’s use fee. No-Show’s will be charged a fee of the first nights use fee.
Changes to Reservations: For changes to arrival/departure dates please call us at (256) 619-1776 or email at
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Little River Canyon
Nearby is the Little River Canyon National Preserve, which is filled with beautiful scenery. Whether you’re into hiking, photography, or just relaxing, areas such as the Little River Falls and Little River Canyon offer beauty and tranquility. On the western side of the Canyon, near Fort Payne, is an eleven-mile scenic drive that takes you along Alabama Hwy 176 and passes the Falls and the Canyon with scenic overlooks.
From 1776 RV & Campground, you go 10 minutes to I-59, then another 45 minutes to reach the sites on Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga, TN. Lookout Mountain spans Tennessee and Georgia, and rises 2,000 feet above sea level. It overlooks Chattanooga and offers some amazing views. The main attractions on Lookout Mountain include Rock City, Ruby Falls, the Incline Railway and Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.
Rock City, located on top of Lookout Mountain, is just 6 miles from Chattanooga, and about a 45 min drive from 1776 RV & Campground. Besides the large rock formations, where it gets it’s name, Rock City also features some amazing panoramic views. They boast that you can see 7 states. They also have gardens with over 400 native plant species, and specialty areas , such as the Enchanted Trail, Fairyland Caverns and Mother Goose Village. Combine Rock City with other area attractions, for a great fun-filled family vacation day.
Ruby Falls is a 145-foot waterfall located within Lookout Mountain. There are guided tours that take you into the cavern by elevator and lead you along a paved path to the falls. Guides will explain the geological formations that you come across along the way. It’s an exciting and educational experience
But there’s more at Ruby Falls. After the guided tour, make your way to the Lookout Mountain tower for beautiful panoramic views of the Tennessee River Valley, or you can take in the views of the valley from the treetops, via a zip line adventure. They have 5 different routes of zip lining for whatever difficulty level you are ready to take on.
The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway leads to the top of Lookout Mountain, starting from the historic St. Elmo neighborhood of Chattanooga. Passengers are transported, via short drive (about 1 mile) to Point Park at the top of the mountain, which overlooks Chattanooga and the Tennessee River. It is touted as the world’s steepest passenger railway.
De Soto Falls and De Soto State Park
DeSoto Falls is a 100-foot waterfall formed where the west fork of the Little River plunges off of Lookout Mountain. It is one of the tallest and most visited waterfalls in Alabama, and is part of DeSoto State Park, which was named for Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto.
The Little River, the west fork of which flows through the park, is one of the only rivers in the world that flows almost entirely on a mountain top. De Soto State Parkalso offers miles of hiking trails, beautiful bluffs and rock formations, a number of small waterfalls, as well as amazing views of the De Soto Falls.
The Tennessee Aquarium is located on the banks of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, TN. The aquarium houses around 12,000 animals representing over 800 species. There are two major exhibits in the aquarium, the River Journey and the Ocean Journey. The River Journey follows the path of a raindrop from high in the Appalachian Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico. The Ocean Journey is essentially an extension of the River Journey by following the river into the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors explore habitats found in North America and the Gulf of Mexico, as well as a variety of exotic plants and animals from remote regions of the earth.
Some of the exciting exhibits from other areas include the Lemur Forest and Penguin Rock. The aquarium also contains an IMAX theater, with movies from the deep ocean, to enchanted islands, that make you feel like you are there.
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