Rates and Rules for Overnight Campers


All campsite rentals are intended for one RV or one tent and up to two vehicles.   The rent paid is for those occupying those spaces only. 

If guests visit and choose to stay [in their van or bring an additional tent or any other type of accommodation] they must rent a site of their own or pay to stay with you on your lot.  Those who do not comply will be considered trespassing.


The full amount is required on any reservation 

A $25.00 administration fee per campsite will apply to ALL cancellations made 30 days before your scheduled arrival date. Cancellations within 30 days of scheduled arrival date will not be refunded.  No refunds for late arrivals or early departures. Please be sure to read all rules, regulations and policies before completing your reservation. If you have any questions, please call 855.244.3466 Ext 1. 


  • Credit cards will be processed/charged immediately at the time of booking.

  • If paying by check, your fee must be received within 7 days from making your reservation.  Reservations will be cancelled without notification if checks are not received within the 7 day period. Checks should be sent as follows: 

  • DAL RV Reservation

        488 Pearl Lane

        Repton, AL 36475

  • Reservation confirmations will be sent upon request only.



  • $40/Night With Electric/Water hookups.

  • $15/Night sites with no utilities.

  • Rates are subject to change.

  • All prices are based on a family of 5 per camp site.  An additional $5.00/pp for those 12 and older.

  • Extra charges apply for extra tents on any one site.  Sites prices are for one tent only.


No refunds or credits for early departure or inclement weather.



Pets are welcome; however, some common sense rules do apply. 

Even if Spot is friendly, not everyone is an animal lover.  Dogs are every campground’s #1 complaint.

  • Pets are not permitted to roam the grounds.

  • Pets must be kept on a leash at all times; invisible fences are not acceptable.

  • Pets are never to be left unattended even if tethered at a site.

  • Persons with pets at their site or walking pets are responsible for immediately cleaning up after their animals and discarding securely bagged pet droppings in the provided trash dumpsters.  Covering droppings with grass or sand is NOT cleaning up.

  • No pet waste may be disposed of in facility toilets.

  • Pet caregivers are responsible for any damage caused by their pets.

  • No pets shall be allowed to become a nuisance or create any unreasonable disturbances. Examples of nuisance behavior are

  • Pets whose unruly behavior causes personal injury or property damage.

  • Pets who make noise continuously for a period of ten minutes or intermittently for one hour or more to the disturbance of any person at any time of day or night. Pets in common areas who are not under the complete control of a responsible human companion and on a hand-held leash of no more than six feet in length or in a pet carrier.

  • Pets who relieve themselves in common areas.

  • Pets who exhibit aggressive or other dangerous or potentially dangerous behavior.

  • Pets who are conspicuously unclean or parasite infested.  Pets must be current on vaccinations, and maintained in good health.

  • Notwithstanding any other provision, herein disabled individuals may keep assistance animals.


DAL does not provide WIFI for guests.  Those who stream using personal devices should only view God-honoring material that supports our purpose as a Christian Ministry.  This assumes that pornographic material is strictly prohibited in all forms.  “Whether therefore ye eat or drink or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.”


We reserve the right to post any images taken on the premises at any time to our social media page, website, brochures, or any kind of advertisement.


This refers to all motor vehicles, ATVs, Golf Carts, Scooters, Motor Bikes, and any other type vehicle.

  • Drivers must be 16 and have a valid driver’s license.

  • No cruising after dark unless vehicles have headlights in use.

  • Pedestrians take precedence over vehicles.

  • 5 mph maximum speed in all congested areas.

  • Destruction of property [including grass displacement/holes/ruts] will be fixed at the renter’s expense.



The lake may be used for fishing or swimming.  Life jackets are available at the lake pavilion.

There is NO LIFE GUARD on Duty . . . SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK.  Children, 12 and younger, MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times.  NO GLASS is permitted. 

SWIMWEAR  We ask swimmers to dress modestly.  Ladies should wear a dark colored, loose-fitting T-shirt and shorts over swimsuits.  Men should wear swimming trunks (no speedo type swimwear is appropriate) and a tee shirt.  Thank you. 


Please do your part to keep our water clean.  Never throw items in the lakes.  Take edible and non-edible items to a trash bin in the park.  Thank you for your help with this!


NO FIREWORKS may be discharged in the park at any time. 


RULES & REGULATIONS of the Good Camper

Please obey the rules of the “Good Camper”: courtesy, cooperation, cleanliness, care, common sense, caution and conservation. These rules and regulations are for your benefit and intended to make your stay a safe and enjoyable one.

  1. Follow Campground Policies:    
    Adhering to campground policies is one of the basics of campground etiquette. It makes things easier for everyone involved – you, your neighbors and the park operators.

  2. Parking the rig:    
    Your guidepost will be the hookup for electric and water. We do not offer sewage hook ups.  General campground etiquette is to stay on your side of that hook-up, and not have awnings or slide-outs encroaching on the site next door.  The preferred orientation is to back in straight and be perpendicular to your neighbor’s RV. You will get the most out of the space you have (and so will your neighbors) if all RV’s are situated the same way.  The idea is to park in a way that gets everyone their fair share of privacy and room under their respective awnings. Common sense and campground etiquette go hand in hand.

  3. Late arrivals:    
    If you are arriving after normal quiet hours, attempt some degree of stealth behavior. Not that it is easy to be unobtrusive pulling in an RV. But keep the set-up to the minimum required for the night. Your neighbors will understand that you need to pull in and hook up. They have probably been in the same situation. But they will lose patience if they spend an hour listening to loud conversation, slamming doors and arguments over how to level the rig. Do what is essential and remember that tomorrow is another day. The same sort of courtesy should be used if you are making an early morning departure. Don’t keep the engine idling for an hour before you leave. Tidy up your campsite the night before.

  4. Campfires:    
    Camp Stoves and BBQ Grills are permitted at your site.  Contained above ground Fire Rings are permitted.  Fires are NOT PERMITTED inside any building.  The campground has one common area fire pit.  Do not use the fire pit as a garbage can. Use the trash can available in your rig or on the park premises.  No one likes a fire pit full of cans or the remains from someone else’s dinner the night before. 

  5. Keeping up the neighborhood:    
    In general, be tidy. RVing is an outdoor pastime and RVers are generally an easy going lot. But there is a point where too much stuff lying around outside the RV starts to look sloppy. Trash or anything loose that can blow around is a definite no-no.  Clothes lines are NOT permitted.  Laundry facilities are available in nearby towns.

  6. Do unto others:    
    When in doubt, follow the golden rule. If you aren’t sure of the proper campground etiquette for something, think about how you would like to be treated. If you are concerned that something might bother your neighbor, your best bet is just to ask them. If you find yourself in a situation where your neighbors or park operators are doing something that you find intolerable, politely address the subject with them.


The campground is not a place for loud parties.  This campground is a place for peace, quiet, and reasonable noise from fellowship.  Loud music or intense bass noise is prohibited.  Please wear headphones if you prefer loud music.  If asked to turn down music, please kindly comply. 

  1. Quiet hours are from 11PM to 7AM. Outdoor lights and generators should be silenced during these hours.  CAMPFIRES MUST BE OUT BY 12AM.

  2. Check-out for campsites is 12pm.  If check-out times are not met an additional night’s stay will be the responsibility of the guest.

  3. Guests: Registered Campers are responsible for their guest’s behavior.

  4. Please clean-up your campsite prior to your departure.  Dispose of permitted trash items in our dumpsters. Trash left behind will be removed at the occupant’s expense. Our dumpsters are intended for trash produced during your camping stay and should not be used for household refuse.  Please clean up after yourself to prevent health risks due to unclean patrons and report all offenders to management.

  5. Children: All children 12 and younger must be under the supervision of a legal adult at all times while on site.

  6. Respect others property.  Do not walk through occupied sites.

Conservation:  In an effort to conserve our trees, please do not cut down or put nails or screws in any trees on property.

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