Pickensville Campground is located just west of Pickensville, Alabama, on Aliceville Lake on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
This campground boasts both a campground and day use area with many activities and amenities for families and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors enjoy hunting, fishing, picnicking, water sports and watching the barges go by on the waterway.
Families can swim at Pickensville’s beach, play on the multi-use court, walk along the wooded waterfront and learn about the natural and cultural history of the area at the amphitheater.
Anglers can try their luck on the accessible fishing dock or go off-shore in search of bass, walleye, crappie, catfish and sunfish.
Additionally, hunters can seek out a diverse range of high quality habitats for upland game and waterfowl species along the lands surrounding the waterway.
This facility offers 176 campsites that provide picnic tables, campfire rings with grills, electric and water hookups and plenty of shade. Some sites also provide sewer hookups for RV campers. There are accessible sites and restrooms.
Anglers can take advantage of an accessible fishing dock, boat ramp and fish cleaning station at the day use area just across the waterway from the campground. The day use facility also provides a swim beach, playground and picnic shelters.
The Tenn-Tom, as the waterway is known, extends 234 miles from the Tennessee River to the junction of the Tombigbee River in Alabama. The man-made waterway connects the nation’s midsection of commercial water transportation with the Gulf of Mexico.
In Pickensville, Alabama, visitors can learn the history of the waterway at the Tom Bevill Visitor Center which depicts an 1830-1850 era antebellum-style home, as well as explore the U.S. Snagboat Montgomery, a National Historical Landmark.From Tuscaloosa, Alabama, take Highway 82 west to the junction with Highway 86. Turn left on 86 west to Pickensville. The entrance road to the campground is 2.5 miles from the yellow caution light.205-373-6328