Chewacla State Park
124 Shell Toomer Parkway
Auburn, AL 36830
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Located four miles south of Auburn and convenient to I-85, Chewacla's 696 scenic areas are a delightful haven for road-weary tourists. Features include a 26-acre lake and rental boats, picnic areas and cabins and campsites for overnighting.

Chewacla State Park has 6 newly renovated 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era stone cottages. Featuring hardwood floors, stone fireplaces, beautiful new bathrooms, and modern kitchens equipped with stove, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, cooking and eating utensils. All cabins have TV's but no telephones. Linens are provided.   Cabins have central heating and cooling systems. 

Discounts are offered to seniors (62 & up), government employees, and current or past military on weekdays.

RV Campgrounds


(December - July)

  • Night Rate $44.98
  • Weekly Rate $234.34
  • Monthly Rate $762.17

(August - November) 

  • Night Rate (Not including football) $51.36 
  • Home Football Game Weekends starting $186.96


(December - July) 

  • Night Rate $34.86
  • Weekly Rate $178.48
  • Monthly Rate $578.87

(August - November)

  • Night Rate (Not including football) $44.28
  • Home Football Game Weekends Starting $163.65


Base Rates 

  • Small Cabins starting at $141.59
  • Large Cabins starting at $188.78
  • Home football games vary by game 

Group Camp Area


  • Scouting Troops are $2.08 per scout 
  • Non Scouting are $5.58 per person

Rates are subject to change. To rent just click on what location you would like! 

The park offers 36 modern campsites able to accommodate motor homes, travel trailers, and fifth wheels up to 60 feet in length. The sites are arranged in two separate camp loops each hosting a temperature-controlled bathhouse with showers and changing area, sinks with counter space, and toilets. The campsites themselves are gravel pads with water, sewage, electricity, and satellite television. The electrical hookups available at all 36 sites are 110 Volt, 30 Amp, and 50 Amp. To use the 20 provided satellite channels you will need a coaxial cable to run straight from our hookup to your television, not through your existing satellite box.