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Very friendly, family-owned rv resort. Camp hosts were delightful and Michael came to greet us personally. He took us through the precious tiny houses that they rent. We swam and waded in the (very clean) river and watched kids jumping off of the rock ledge. No frills, but very clean. Downside is there are not many sites near the water. They do have big plans for expansion!
Tip💡: follow the directions on their website!
Lovely little campground. The spot we reserved had been taken but the ranger found us an even nicer spot and delivered our fire wood to us. Solo showers are nice during COVId. Only complaint is the smell of the paper mill that blows in time to time. Smelled very much like sauerkraut off and on.
Can’t say enough great things! This is a true hidden gem. The river is not a tourist Trap and we floated with locals. Super low key. Amazing camp hosts. I’d bring your Own wood. Had a real time trying to burn wood we bought from Campground (and my husband knows about fires!) We will be back!
My husband stayed her while working in Jackson. He was very happy. Clean, quiet the only reason he is not giving it five stars is Wi-Fi isn’t there yet. It is a residential trailer park with room for RVs. Hosts are very accommodating. He/we would definitely stay there again if in the area.
Excellent WiFi. Not free but inexpensive and worth the price. You can actually stream with it. Very clean Friendly staff Lots of activities in park, and many more along the nearby Natchez Trace Parkway.
Cons: Game room has seen better days. Not very many sites with sewer. Some sites look really old.
Overall worth a stop, even the few cons don't take away from how great the campground is.
This place is amazing! Clean, quiet and waterfront. We stayed in a river front pavilion. That side of the campground is not crowded. The water is crystal clear and cold. We sat in beach chairs and let the current wash over us. The swimming hole was great! We loved watching the younger crowd jump off the cliff into the water. Fishing and kayaking too! The roads to get here are not the norm but we had no issues. Just be sure to follow the directions the hosts send you. Speaking of the staff..the nicest people you will ever meet!
Small, but nice state park. Has a small lake and dock for fishing, paddling, etc… They have rentals on site. Has a few miles of decent flat trails, all of which are young kid friendly. Pool and restaurant were closed due to COVID so check that before you go. Both campsites are good, lots of shade, not too close to each other. Campground 1 has lots of sites next to the creek that runs through the park. Creek is great for wading and catching crayfish. Campground 2 is newer and "nicer" but not next to the creek. Very well maintained state park.
Found mixed reviews for this park but we loved it! Our site was wooded with power and water. Short walk to water access and many tents and small campers. There was another campground with mostly big rigs and more open fields- some with amazing water access. A third campground had no water access and was in really poor shape. Would definitely go back!