The Piney Grove Campground is on Bay Springs Lake, along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in northeastern Mississippi. It's ideal for families and groups of friends looking for lots of water recreation.
Boat, fish, swim, hike, bike or just sit back and relax on the nine-mile lake. Bay Springs Lake is dotted with recreation areas for a true sampling of the outdoors.
Each of the 141 sites come with electric hookups, a lantern post, impact pad, campfire ring and picnic table. The park also has a playground, two multi-use courts, laundry facilities and an ice machine.
The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway extends 234 miles from the Tennessee River to the junction of the Tombigbee River in Alabama. The man-made waterway connects the nation's midsection of commercial water transportation with the Gulf of Mexico. The Tenn-Tom Waterway is the largest earth moving project in the history of the world! The Tenn-Tom Waterway has 180,000 acres of public land waiting for you to explore.
Piney Grove Beach is just a short walk or bike ride from the campground. We also have several other recreational areas around the lake including the very popular, Old Bridge Beach.
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My wife and I absolutely like to camp here!! We feel safe and at home everyone is always social and it just feels like home!!
Piney Grove Campground was full of beautiful waterfront campsites. It was a delight to be able to put in my kayaks right at my campsite and not have to drive to a boat ramp. Each campsite has a ton of trees, which was great for our 7 hammocks. All campsites are close to bathrooms. The bathrooms were well-kept.
The campground featured a lovely lake beach. The star of the camp is the beautiful lake. The only downside is that the lake had a lot of motor boat traffic. As a kayaker, I had to stay close to shore to be safe. The waves caused by the motor boats were annoying.
The campsites were close together, and the borders weren't that clear. While the campsites are sizable, there are only small spaces clear enough for a tent. The camp was really busy while we were there, and it felt like we were sharing a site with our neighbors.
Overall, it's a beautiful camp. It would probably be most enjoyable for anyone with a motorized boat.
Clean campground with great scenery. Nice beach for swimming and some gorgeous water front camp sites.
Great pad sites for RV Trailer, very private well laid out the restrooms are very clean. Reasonable cost and if you have an America the Beautiful card site is 50% off. Very little Verizon Signal if any at times. Really out of the way about 30 minutes from NTP and about 40 minutes from Tupelo.
Quiet, well maintained Corp of Engineers camp ground.