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Very small campground, but will accommodate big rigs easily. Also a Passport America find, we paid the PA rate of $22.50 per night for entire stay. Water, sewer, 50 amp electric, free Wifi, cable TV, laundry room, bath house. The bath house was very old and quite dirty, with cobwebs, leaves and spiders everywhere, but the showers were large and wearing shower shoes helped. Owners live on site and are very friendly and helpful. A few residents, but mostly people came and went in the nine days we spent here. Washers were a little pricey at $2.00, but I checked a local washateria and found $2.50 there. Trolley stop right in front.

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This campground is Passport America. Mostly permanent residents in the RV section. Accommodates big rigs easily. We had full hookups - water , sewer and 50 amp electric plus cable TV. The shower house was large, but very old and marginally clean. Large game room for kids and laundry room. We paid the PA rate of $22.50 a night for a planned two week stay. They advertised Wifi, it was down when we got there and they kept making excuses for why and when it would be back up. For that reason only, we left early and they were good about refunding our money after 6 days. Very affordable and convenient to all the attractions in the area.

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The RV campground is but a small portion of the camping in this state park. We had water and 50 amp electric, but no sewer; however, there is a dump in the park. Bath house was very old and not too clean - be sure to take shower shoes. A mixture of pull thru and back in sites. Plenty of shade, but still got fairly good TV reception with antennae. Laundry room on site - 4 washers and dryers each. We paid $20 per night. No wifi and very weak Verizon coverage.

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No reservations allowed but there were plenty of open spaces when we arrived. The camp host was very friendly, helping us pick a site for optimal TV reception. In a heavily wooded part of the base, there is quite a lot of noise from the flight line when the B52s were practicing their touch-and-go runs but that seemed to be only during the day and not all day long. Sites, some back in and some pull thru, were gravel but level and had water, sewer and 20/30/50 amp electric. Free wifi was fairly reliable but my Jet Pack came in handy occasionally. The laundry, bathrooms and showers were old, but clean. The bathhouse had a common dressing area but private showers. Laundry was $1.25 each and very clean. Beer, drinks and snacks available in the camp office. $18 per night, but weekly and monthly rates available.

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Corps of Engineer park just outside the city. A hidden gem! Very quiet, all sites have concrete pads, water and 50 amp electric. Fishing pier, swimming beach, laundry (only $1.00 each for washer and dryer), dump station on on site. Bathroom and shower were old but clean enough. No wifi, but Verizon Jet Pack worked well. We were able to pull in several TV channels with just antenna despite heavy tree cover. Extremely friendly camp host (Tillman) told us that it's usually nearly empty in July and August. Each site has a grill, fire ring, picnic table and another table by the grill. Unique sites, some having wooden decks overlooking the forest, very private. We paid $11.00 per night and would definitely return!

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RV park next door to the Space and Rocket Center. Small (27 sites) campground with some homesteaders. Sites are gravel, partially to fully shaded and have water, sewer, 30/50 amp electric. A picnic table and charcoal grill are available at each site. Free Wi-Fi is some of the best I've had at a campground. Bathhouse is very shabby but clean. They advertise a laundry but I didn't see it. No cable, but we could get a few stations with antenna. Fairly quiet for being close to a highway. Not sure if they take reservations, but we had called prior to our arrival. Camp host very accommodating - he only had one night open but called us back when someone left.

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Water, sewer and 30/50 amp electric at this park that is convenient to all the sites in historic Vicksburg. All sites are concrete, pull-through, big rig friendly. Free cable TV. Free Wi-Fi, but it wasn't very reliable, so the Verizon JetPack worked well here. Not a lot of shade but there's lots of grass, a swimming pool, clean bathrooms and laundry. Less than a mile off I-20, but quiet. Free shuttle to the casino if that's your thing.

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Campground is no frills and very reasonable on a monthly basis. No amenities except for a bath house, which was extremely old and worn but kept very clean. Camp hosts very helpful and friendly. Mostly permanent residents but there are a couple of sites for travelers.