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We do Paul B. every spring & fall for the weekend. Beautiful view of the lake from some campsites. Have a campfire every night. Bathrooms with hot shower available. Lake has some boat traffic, but not too bad. Great place to bring the kayaks. Overall A+ in my book!
We spent Christmas Holiday in this Beautiful Mississippi State Park, we have family in the area so instead of Hotels we bring the motorhome down and spend the week here! The park is clean the lake is wonderful and the folks that manage the property are Great look forward to next year!!
Keith and Barbara
There’s quite a lot of hurricane damage, but I get the impression it wasn’t that nice before the damage occurred. There isn’t much to do unless the water park is open. The whole area is basically a swamp and the hiking trail is therefore quite wet and sloppy. Fire rings are in some sites but not all. Same with picnic tables. The gulf view area is essentially a parking lot and there’s a road between the camping area and the water. Also, no beach. There’s a sea wall and then the water. A railroad runs by quite close to the park, though only a few trains a day go by. There are biting, swarming gnats that somehow manage to swarm and bit when it’s only 50 degrees.
The positives are full hookups, though the sewer on spot 129 was recessed into concrete at a weird angle and could not be connected. The concrete site was quite level and easy to get into. Cheap rates.
Would not stay here again! Each site is extremely small/tight. When we put out our awning, it literally hit the RV that was next to us. Then when we tried to sign into the WiFi password they sent to us in the confirmation Email, it didn’t work! Not a good experience!
It's closed, most are. This one says due to hurricane damage and public safety. They can't get around to fixing it but sure can show up to tell you to leave. It looks like its just as nice as the other reviews state but doesn't matter, for now.
Arrived in Biloxi only to discover the state park we selected to camp did not exist anymore. We were directed to Davis Bayou by a very nice police officer. We arrived at dark but were unaware this is a national park that requires reservations. With no internet signal we could not complete our registration that night but the camp host let us stay. In the morning all went well and we now know to always make reservations at a state or federal campground in advance. Other than that the site #13 was great. All concrete. Picnic tables and fire pits. Lots of free firewood for the taking because of the hurricane damage. 22.00 per night