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Itta Bena , MISSISSIPPI

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Most Recent Itta Bena Camping Reviews
Nice place to stop along the way

We just stay for a one night stay along our way. Super nice staff, beautiful campground and so helpful. I would go here again

beautiful and clean

we stayed during a hunting trip and used the campground because of its close proximity to where we hunted. the showers and restrooms were well taken care of ,noticed disc golf there and a pond for fishing. highly recommended stay

OK for an overnight stay - nothing special

We stayed here on our way from one COVID-19 quarantine location to another.  Heavy storms had come through the area the two days before we got there.  Lots of mud and road flooding though receding.  Most of the campers there appeared to be either permanent or transient workers.  The staff was nice but the campground was definitely dated.

Spectacular views of the mighty Mississippi River.

Several of Warfield’s campsites are literally river front. There is a nice boat ramp on the river.

Do t camp here

Used to live in the area. Floods, and is visited by people who are usually up to no good. Completely abandoned and overgrown. Good to see for a day, probably not good to sleep at.

Relaxing

Stayed in a cabin which had everything we needed. Very relaxing. Beautiful setting. Got awesome sunrise photos. Woodpeckers very active in the morning. Cabins are close to the bayou. Would be very cautious with children.

Old

It was ones a very nice park but has gone down hill in the last few years. Sad a beautiful lake.

Well-kept campground with lots of good sites

We were we were there midweek, so had lots of available sites. Many of the sites have lots of room and are spaced away from their neighbors. Ranger was very nice and helpful. We chose the loop that overlooked the small lake.

Good views, launch and 2 swimming areas

Part of the day use area has been converted into a campground in 2018. There are eight campsites, each with a level gravel pad tent area, picnic table and grill. There is group fire pit area, with a picnic table. Unfortunately, the only place to have a fire at your campsite is in the grill. None of the sites have electricity. There is a central water spigot. The restroom has flush toilets, but no showers. You can go to one of the other many Corps of Engineers campgrounds nearby to shower. Both times we have stayed here, we were the only ones there. It's so new, almost no one knows of its existence. To either side of it, there is a swimming area in the day use area and at the boat launch / swimming beach. All sites have a water view.

Grenada Lake & history area

Simple waterfront site close to town. Activities like boating, beach, playground, cookouts, very short easy hiking trails, fishing. The campgrounds have a few different loops to choose from, some on a large lake and one on a smaller artificial lake.

Yay: great campground hosts, they were so knowledgable and helpful and take such great care of the site. Very shady with lots of trees and grassy areas to create privacy. Very large camping sites and some are right on the water. Nay: the tent pads are concrete, not my favorite but not a problem really.

Surprise: lots of historical sites nearby (we didn’t go but heard good things).