Snowy Range Pass

Snowy Range Pass

Monday, September 19, 2016

Camping resort style

A week or so ago, we attended a rally of our FMCA BATS club in Foley, Al.  It was held at the Anchors Aweigh RV Park.  Following on our previous posts about different types of places to stay, we would call this campground a more comfortable way to camp.  All spots were paved, level and spacious.  The grounds were very well kept and perhaps had the best grass in a campground we have seen in a long time. Sites include free (working) Wi-Fi and cable TV.





Since we were there with a good size group we had complete access to the clubhouse for our events.  Again a very nice building that was clean and well maintained.






We normally do not use campground pools but this one looked so inviting, we used it several times.  The spa was also very nice.  It was quiet during the period we were there, but there are playgrounds, volleyball, and other attractions for the active set.  I am sure it will be different in the winter with lots of snow birds.











There are lots of things to do in the Foley area. For those who enjoy shopping, the outlets and other stores are nearby. We actually went to two movies while there at a newer movie theatre between Foley and Gulf Shores, AL. We plan on returning here in the future.

8 comments:

Laura Skjenna said...

pool looks nice.

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

What a lovely campground. When we were there last, we stayed at the Elks campground. They have now closed it. We will be in Gulf Shores in about a week. We like the outlet mall in Foley.

Gypsy said...

It looks like a beautiful, spacious and clean campground, and even the pool looked great.

Linda said...

It is beautiful! I would definitely return to this place as well, don't blame you! :)

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

That hot tub looked wonderful. Too bad you can't fit one in your RV... ;c)

Bob and Jo said...

Looks like a nice park worthy of the term resort.

Sherry said...

What a really nice place for a rally. It's too bad the term "resort" isn't reserved for places like this. It's hard to know what you are getting from just the name.

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

Camping? Or Glamping??? ;c)