We stayed at Cullman Campground for the entire month of January 2021. The overall experience was positive. They are strict on the rules, especially speeding over 10 mph. Also, about parking on the grass. Follow the rules and it's an enjoyable experience.
We purchased the paid streaming internet service and was disappointed, in the fact it went down a few times or was so slow, it appeared to be down. We had to switch to our personal phone hotspots on several days. We were also working from home (both of us connect to our respective companies, 7 am to 3:30, Monday through Friday). We never did streaming video, only connected to work.
The campground has a combination of long-term and transient campers. There were several levels of pay: nightly, weekly, monthly, seasonal. If seasonal, electric is billed after a certain usage. Daily, weekly, monthly, electric was included in the given rate.
Water and sewer is on every site. Had no issues, no "toilet" odors, as sometimes happens with full hook-up sites.
There are farm animals on the property, ducks the roam freely, miniature horse, goats, chickens, geese, and cats. Pet dogs are required to be on-leash at all times. After seeing the animals associated with the campground, I understood why. They do have a very nice, and large dog park where the dogs can be taken off leash. We used this a lot.
They also have propane fill in the campground. Price is sold by the pound, and very reasonable. Office staff and ground crews are very friendly, knowledgeable, and will take the time to socialize, if you have a need for questions and answers.
Currently, there is a new section being added on, so the newest campsites are surrounded by dirt as grass has not grown in yet. According to one of the staff, they are planning on adding 6 more campsites this Spring. They are constantly working to improve the campground and keep it neat and clean for everyone.
There is a small play ground area near the office for young children. The location is close to Cullman, Alabama, and roads to and from the campground are easily accessible. The campground and roads can accommodate any size RV.
There is no swimming pool and the pond is fenced off and not usable for campers. The pond is used for the live stock.
The campground has a lot of charm, and the longer the visit, the nicer it becomes.