Covington County Commission P.O. Box 188Andalusia, AL 36420-0188
260 Hillcrest Drive Andalusia, AL 36420
Located four miles northwest of Andalusia on Point A Road, the park and campground is located on lovely Point A Lake. The Lake has a surface area of 700 acres and a maximum depth of about 41 feet. Facilities include campsites, restrooms with showers, RV hookups, playgrounds, boat docks, fishing piers, swimming beaches, and a lighted pavilion with full kitchen and fireplace.
Campsites: There are approximately 25 campsites; 12 pull-through sites with 30/50 amp electrical hook-ups. Water hook-ups are available. No sewer hook-ups at each site, but and there is a dumping station located in the campground.
Pets are allowed on a leash.
Rates: Campsite with electrical hook-up is $10/night. Tent sites are $6/night. Senior citizen discounts are available.
Gantt Lake – Located off US 29 in Gantt, Alabama. Visitors may enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, jet skiing, and much more.
Blue Lake – Located near US 29 southwest of AL 137. Blue Lake is open from mid-March through the end of October with 31 picnic areas, swimming beach, bathhouse, boat ramp, and four-mile trail connecting with Open Pond. There is also an 11-mile loop trail with views of three smaller ponds. Only electric motor boats are allowed.
Open Pond – Located 10 miles south of Andalusia off AL 137. This 50-acre natural lake has a developed campground for tents and trailers, a picnic area, fishing pier and boat launch, year round. Also has a scenic 3-mile loop trail to Blue Springs, a large, picturesque natural spring. Electric and water hookups are available.
Florala State Park ( Lake Jackson) – Located on the Alabama-Florida state line, Lake Jackson is one of the clearest and cleanest, natural bodies of water in the state. Florala State Park stretches along the shores of this beautiful 500-acre lake. The Park offers swimming, paddleboat rentals, fishing and picnicking, as well as a complete community building and a lakeside campground. The day-use area includes a bicycle/pedestrian trail that runs the entire length of the park from the campground to the City Wetlands Park and to the Old Depot, approximately 1.4 miles in length. Swimming, fishing, wave runners and skiing are allowed in the lake, a picnic area and a 200-foot fishing pier are also located in the day-use area.
Frank Jackson State Park – Located in Opp, Alabama, Lake Frank Jackson is a 1,100 acre stream-fed lake and 2,050 acre state park. The park is proud to serve as a premier fishing destination with a natural island, with a boardwalk and walking path. Other facilities include lakefront camping sites with cable TV hookups and a bathhouse. There is also swimming, hiking, and boating.
For more information, visit www.alapark.com/parks/park.cfm?parkid=17