Home of the longest water slide in Mississippi, this KOA is a great place to stay. The staff is incredibly friendly and the facilities are clean and updated. Camp sites are relatively spread out, especially the sites for smaller campers and tents. Great place for kids, with the pool, slide, game room and very small playground. There supplies store but it doesn’t have much in it. There weren’t many people staying when we did, so was a nice quiet stay.
Check in time is 2pm, check out noon. The slide is only open Saturday and Sunday from 2pm-6pm. Pool is open daily from 10am- 8pm.
This is a beautiful park! Tons of wildlife, waterfalls and swimming holes to play in, lots of great hiking. They have an amazing ropes course, that I highly recommend. We did it with my kids, 10 and 8, and had a blast. There is great dining, retail stores and the people are really nice. They have a golf course, but we did not play. An overall great time.
BUT…the only reason I’m not giving it a 5 star, is our camp site. We stayed in campground C, which is so packed together that I had to get people to move their cars just to back my popup in. It rained one day and a bunch of mud washed down into our site. We drove around campground A, B, and D and wow!! We felt gipped because they were beautiful! Spread out, playgrounds, shaded sites and open fields. If you go, don’t stay in C if at all possible.