|Gunter Hill COE Campground - Catoma Loop|
We learned on our second visit that the Catoma loop was open, the Antioch loop was about to be closed for renovation and that only three or four campers were in the Antioch loop. We thought we were very lucky to have site 101, a premium waterfront site, reserved in the Antioch loop, but we quickly decided to give up this site for an unknown one in the Catoma loop.
|The bridge in the Catoma Loop|
|Another view of our camp site|
The newly paved roads were great for riding our bicycles. They were also good for taking walks.
|Sunset at Gunter Hill COE Campground|
The bottom line is that the Catoma loop is one of the best Corp of Engineers parks near Montgomery. It is nice to be less than 15 minutes away from Alabama's capital city and to be in a relaxing country setting.
|Annie enjoying Gunter Hill COE Campground|
Not knowing how to do Halloween right, we decided that we needed to return to Gunter Hill COE Campground in three weeks for Halloween.
For the record, the campsites in Gunter Hill's COE Campground Catoma Loop has:
- 30 and 50 amp electrical service
- Concrete pads
- Full hook-ups (water, electric sewage)
- One dump station
- There are some great roads for riding your bicycles
- We were able to watch ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC in this park via antenna
- Campers said that it was a challenge to capture either Dish or Direct satellite TV
- There isn't wi-fi in the park, but AT&T's 3G and 4G service is adequate
- The restrooms and showers in this park are modern, functional and clean.