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Due to poor GPS routing that wanted us to take roads not suitable for RVs or Camper towing, that meant we had to stop and map ourselves to a safer route; we arrived just at posted closing time. The staff was very helpful despite our untimely arrival. Our campsite was clean and well maintained. Bank…
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Slot 90. Pull through. Decently level. Good site for those with children.
Campground is shut down. Run down. Hasn’t been up kept for some reason. Guessing COVID. Did have boat ramp and a vault toilet for day use only. Looks to have been a nice place when it was opened.
We tent camped at Tishomingo and it was beautiful. Not only did it have nice campgrounds but the trails along the river were awesome!
Nothing fancy, but everything you need. Enjoyed our stay.
We took a drive through to scope out at a potential stay over as we progress thru MS. Park looked lovely and peaceful, but the sites on the loop seemed to afford no privacy. On way in we drove past some cabins and a few RV sites that looked more secluded. Appeared to be great play ground for young…
We've camped here twice in the last several months. Both times we camped in tents and had a great time. The grounds are well kept, and the park ranger is especially helpful. There are hiking trails and plenty of places to fish off the bank. The lake is beautiful. We used the restrooms and…
Site/Surface: Site 19 was an excellent site with great views, site 18 was smaller and not as good. Sites were a mix of grass/dirt/rocks
Shade: Plenty of shade on both sites.
Firerings: Both sites had firerings, but no grill grates.
Onsite Grill: None
Bathhouse: Bathhouse was close. It was…
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We stopped here as a stop on our way across the country. The sites were nice and concrete. We got in late so the site numbers were hard to see, but we figured it out. I only wish we got to stay more than a night.
Independence Day 2021. Heading to MS but needed a stop-over. Lovely rustic place, just what we needed after a long drive. We were the only occupants. Full hookups. Junior is a great guy, but not in favor of long stop overs. A night or two is good. Any longer and you’re overstaying your welcome.
Tishomingo State park is one of the beautiful places Mississippi has to offer. So many hiking trails, cliffs and sites to see. Also you can visit Mississippi’s highest point only a few short miles away in the neighboring town of Iuka.
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This is a no frills campground but it's great as a 1-nighter coming to or from the gulf coast. Accepts Passport America discount making the price just right. Sites are perfectly level, utilities all work great. Most sites are pull through and long enough to park without unhooking, even with longer…
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it was great! there was quite a few people around but they had hot showers if you knew where to look and everyone was friendly. it’s a bigger place than i thought and i wish i chose more carefully where to put my tent.
PROs: small campground, easy to walk, campsites are not on top of each other, lots of shade, nice hiking trails, multi vehicle parking at each site, nice concrete picnic pads at each site (although not all are level), fabulous wildlife experience
CONs: very VERY few level campsites (some are…
The campsites were nice. They clouded full hookups, a picnic table and fire ring. The area was clean and surroundings wooded. Neighboring camping spots were adequately spaced. There were lots of areas for kids to play, including a large playground, a baseball/kickball field and hiking/biking…