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Nice campground with decent showers and bathrooms. Electric and water at every site. Nice playground by the lake. There was decent shade at half of the sites on the loop. The road was a little rough on the way in but not too bad.
If you want to swim and you love cypress trees, this is your spot. It’s a small park with very clean bath houses. The spots along the water are all amazing but 4 & 5 are extra great because they have shade all day and decks. There is a beach/swimming hole but we also swam from out site #5.…
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Went on a short hunting trip in November. Was quiet except for the rifle range but knew that coming in. Had a few visitors (racoons, possums and armadillos) but they didn’t bother me. Enjoyed the trip
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Start out by saying that #15 spot is literally on top of the one right behind it. The bath houses were super clean, All weekend. The park was full. Splash pad for a hit for the kids and so was the swim area. We enjoyed kayaking and the pier right out front. Loved the water in the lake. Grounds…
This place is wonderful beautiful place. I should keep it a secret but i can share. Their are two locations one in a valley it an awesome spot only draw back no campfire because the smoke does not leave the valley it just collect between the two hills. The second is on a hill top. I LOVE THIS SPOT…
Nice campground. Bathhouse has had a facelift. 2 separate camping areas. The area up the hill away from the lake has smaller rv pads.
It's daddy's favorite site so much that the kids are getting tired of going even though they do have fun.
It is 1st come 1st serve except for the group as site.
Unless your showing up late Friday or Saturday usually spots are available. Last two times I've been the whole park is full even the…
This is a great campsite nestled in the Homochitto National Forest right outside Bude, Mississippi. The campsite has two loops with hookups for RVs and some tent campers mixed in. We stayed in primitive campsites right outside of the main entrance for no fee and used the park to fill our water.…
My husband and I spent Easter weekend here from Thursday, April 2 to Tuesday, April 6th. It was a beautiful and quiet campground.
There are two camper camping areas - A and B - and a primitive area as wells as cabins. We were in B area which seems more kept than than the A area. In the B area,…
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Brad is kind and wonderful. It is in a beautiful woods. We planned to stay 3 nights. Stayed a full month. Would DEFINITELY come back!
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Quiet little park. Just renovated the bathrooms.
Great Lake for kayaking. Nice big fishing pier. Great fishing for big bass and catfish along the levy.
This park is quiet and very clean. It has 2 playgrounds for children and a small swimming area that is roped off. Fishing can be excellent. Sites 3,4,5 are oriented where you see the water when you open your door. We were in site 4. Sites 4 and 5 have a 25x10 foot deck extending from rv site-very…
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This is a nice campground with 30 amp 50 amp and 120 volt plugs, sewer connection and the upper lot allows campfires. When there is an outage yes a lot of workers stay here but when the power plant is not busy it is a hidden gem. A lot of history for those who love history.
We car camp and this was a great boondocking spot for us. Flush toilets, hot showers, and $1 (coin) laundry machines were clutch. Facilities were very clean. The water and electricity at the campsite were also helpful. Lots of RVs here, so this location is suitable for whatever kind of camping…