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Delta National Forest Site 45/45A

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Delta National Forest

There are 57 primitive campsites dispersed throughout the Delta National Forest. Camping is only permitted in a designated campsite. Campsite amenities include a graveled pad, fire ring, lantern post and picnic table. Potable water is available at Delta Work Center on Forest Service Road 703.

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Campsites rent for $7 per night by reservation only. Individuals holding an Access or Senior pass will receive a 50% discount ($3.50 per night). Reservations for all sites may be made at least 48 hours in advance online at www.recreation.gov . Reservations also be made by visiting the Delta Ranger District Office at 68 Frontage Road, Rolling Fork, MS 39159.

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  • Picnic Table
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NThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 15, 2021

Two is Better Than One

0937 0940  

Dates: Year round 

Fee: $7.00 per night  If you want both sites double the fee  3.00 day use 

Reservations only 877-444-6777 or recreation.gov

Picnic table, fire ring, lantern site with pit toilet and trash, and potable water is available from the Delta Work F.C.

Off of Highway 16 out of Rolling Fork, MS, we turned onto Fire Tower Road, you can take this road at two different places. We went to the second turn for a shorter trip and the gravel road in is not as pot holed than the first turn. Once you pass thru the open gate travel follow the GPS coordinates for directions. If you love primitive campsites you will love this and you will love this National Forest. We are very partial to primitive sites that are amazing. This is a very small campsite equipped with picnic table, fire ring and lantern pole. You will find some beautiful cypress trees and bayou's scattered through out the forest. Alcohol is NOT allowed in DNF. Food storage needs to be taken serious because of bear and wildlife in the forest. These are right off the gravel road and across from each other. I would guess that during the season you can make a meal out of the mosquitoes or I would guess they will make a meal of you. This site is so beautiful and I can't wait to go back. I know this is primitive but remember you MUST HAVE RESERVATIONS AND HAVE PAID FOR SITE. If it has rained you need to be aware that the site could be muddy. It had been bush hogged and was in great shape.

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LNT

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  • Review photo of Delta National Forest Site 45/45A by N I., December 15, 2021
  • Review photo of Delta National Forest Site 45/45A by N I., December 15, 2021
  • Review photo of Delta National Forest Site 45/45A by N I., December 15, 2021
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Location

Delta National Forest Site 45/45A is located in Mississippi

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Coordinates

32.71255362112052 N
90.7937 W

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