Throughout the year, our park offers you great scenery, spacious sites and a variety of events. If you want to be the first to know about our activities, please subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Nestled on the shores of beautiful Gantt Lake, our park is perfect for fishermen and women. Around the grass beds and cypress trees that are found in the numerous sloughs and coves off the main lake, you can catch large-mouth bass. Shellcrackers can be taken on sandy beaches, point, and flats. Steep walls along the old river channel can be the most productive for crappie. Our general store offers a variety of live bait as well as poles, reels, and hooks.
Our recently developed land pier and deepened shoreline offers more bank fishing for everyone.
Boaters and water sports fans can enjoy skiing, tubing, swimming, kayaking, or simply boating around the lake. Check out our boat rental page for more information about renting one of our boats.
We organize various events at the park. A variety of activities also take place in our surrounding area. Please find an overview below. For more information, visit our Facebook event page. For more information or reservations call us at 334-388-1008.
Egg Hunt Extravaganza
Saturday, April 8, 2023
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cypress Landing RV Park
Located just south of Andalusia, the Conecuh National Forest with its Open Pond and Blue Lake Recreation areas offer hiking and biking trails through long leaf pine forests, wildflowers, and shady glens. The LBW Walking Trail winds through the beautiful woods surrounding the Lurleen B. Wallace Community College campus in Andalusia and 9-hole Evans Barnes Golf Course. Tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, and the Build-A-Dream Park are also located on the LBW grounds.
Today is wild and is yours
For the off-road riding enthusiast, Boggs and Boulders offers 1,000 acres of mud bogs, marked trails, rolling hills, technical rocky sections, deep water crossings and ponds, and open pastures. It is located about 30 miles Southwest of Cypress Landing.
Travel in less than an hour to Butter and Egg Adventures in Troy and experience zip lines, climbing walls, and tree adventure courses. In addition, The Battlefield at Butter and Egg Adventures provides a unique outdoor tactical laser combat recreational experience for all ages to enjoy.
Shopping & dining
Make a day trip to visit Florida’s Emerald Coast beaches. Located only 75 miles from the park, Destin, Ft. Walton Beach, and Okaloosa Island offer visitors extraordinary shopping experiences not to be missed. Go-to places for shoppers include Destin Commons, Silver Sands, Harborwalk Village, and Downtown Ft. Walton Beach.
Closer to the park, Andalusia has a handful of big box retailers as well as several mom and pop stores such as Touch of Country Western Outlet, and Pink Peppers.
Good food, good people, good times
There are plenty of places to eat in the area, ranging from select seafood restaurants, such as David’s Catfish House, or Buckboard Restaurant, to local barbecue joints. Andalusia’s Dairy Queen, located just of the historic downtown square, is one of the last six original Dairy Queens in the United States, still serving your favorite soft-serve ice cream and signature shakes topped with a heaping helping of Southern hospitality.
Arts & Entertainment
Explore historic Andalusia and Covington County. One of Andalusia’s most popular attractions is the Mural Trail featuring murals painted on the sides of historical buildings by artist Wes Hardin. Visit the site where Hank & Audrey Williams were married and the jail where, according to a local legend, Hank spent several days.
Always take the scenic route
Get ready to get lucky at the Wind Creek Casino in Atmore. Located just a little over an hour from the park it offers gambling, dining, entertainment and a spa.
Would you like to experience 18th and 19th-century rural life in Alabama? Head over to the Pioneer Museum of Alabama in Troy and feed the chickens, help fry up some cornbread, or turn clabbered buttermilk into delicious fresh-churned butter. This museum is located less than an hour from Cypress Landing.