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Manager was a hoot. Funny guy. Places needs abit of tidying up but good for one or two night stop. Not much to do in area. Had several fulltime RV's there, must work in area.
This was a very neat and clean state park. The reservoir was pretty and has nice cabins right on the water. We only stayed one night but would definitely go back for a longer stay.
We were desperate to find a place to stay for one night. We had left Mobile, Alabama because a hurricane was coming. I wouldn't have stayed more than one night. And it wasn't very nice but at least we had someplace to stay and it was safe
We stayed one night passing through. Tony was great but the park-not so much. Sites were gravel and uneven. Must have rained a lot recently since the ground was soggy and had puddles. It is evident that there a lots of full timers here. Bathrooms were dated but clean+ and price is small.
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Sites are pull through but hookups are at extreme end of site. You must unhook tow vehicle to access hookups. Good gravel roads, pool. Rates just went to $40.
We reserved an hour before we arrived and it was easy. On arrival, we were given mints for our pillows and treats for the dog! Spaces are almost all pull thru and flat, though gravel. Wide grass between spots so plenty of elbow room. Electric, water, sewer all in good repair. It is storming, so we…
Very nice campsites, lake is beautiful. Restroom and bathhouse was super clean
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Make sure to get 109 it comes with a view (lol).
Big sites. Well maintained. Beautiful.
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This campground on Poverty Point Reservoir is a well-maintained, scenic spot. Everything was very clean and the camp hosts were incredibly nice. Inside the loops, the views are fairly confined due to the maintenance of the natural vegetation for black bear habitat. We didn’t see any, but it’s made…
This was our first outing in the RV and we had a blast! Nice, quiet isolated state park in the delta of Mississippi. We brought our kayaks and got some fishing done in alligator lake but inly after playing an 18 hole disc golf course!
This a great spot if traveling through this area. Big, clean sites, almost all are pull through.
It's a bit desolate and calling it a resort is a stretch but it's a good place to over night near i-20. All of the common options are still closed from covid-19
No issues with camp ground, small and on the hwy.... easy to stop in for the night. If you have a boat, nice lake across the street. full hook-up, 50amp pull through sites.