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About Big Biloxi Recreation Area

The Big Biloxi Recreation Area lies on the banks of the Big Biloxi River.  The area provides a cool, refreshing experience from cities nearby. Facilities include 25 camping units, all with utility hook ups; a picnic area with a pavilion; bath house with hot showers; dump station; and a 1/2-mile nature trail.  The river is an excellent place to fish for bream, bass, and catfish.

Big Biloxi Recreation Area is open year-round unless weather conditions require the area to be closed. This is a fee area and the fee station is located just beyond the entrance gate. There is a camp host on duty, however, users should make sure that they have correct currency before arriving at the recreation area.  Please contact the De Soto Ranger District Office at (601) 528-6180 for the current fees.

$13.00 - $20.00
National Forest
Drive In
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ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Big Biloxi Recreation Area is located in Mississippi
30.5691 N
-89.1297 W
Get Directions
19551 De Soto Park Road Saucier, MS  39574 Take HWY 49 to De Soto Park Road. Turn west and travel 1/2 mile to the recreation area.
2 Reviews of Big Biloxi Recreation Area
Spacious Lots & Easy Locaion

This is a campsite of 25 lots (4 accessible) with a bathhouse and friendly camp host. Located in the De Soto National Forest just north of Gulfport, MS, it’s an easily accessible campground whether you’re here to visit the Gulf or do some hiking on the many miles of trails through the park.

Dog-friendly and clean, there is a 1/2 mile nature hike within the campground.

First to Review
Very spacious campground!

Big Biloxi Campground is conveniently located about 20 mins from I-10 so it’s easy to make a pit stop to relax and unwind. The host was very nice ans attentive. He also gives you your space so you can have one time. The campground is spacious so there’s plenty of room between camps. There’s electric hook up for RV and lost of room for tent. I chose to camp in my hammock and it was relaxing. Most of the campsites have enough trees for hammock camping. There’s fire pits, picnic tables, water and electricity so you can charge your phone if needed. The bathrooms were clean and have flushable toilets. A shower’s available to get that dirt off you. Overall the experience was nice. at night you may hear vehicles in the distance but other than that i had a peaceful night.