Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here overnight on way to New Orleans. The rate reflects price with two additional people. It was very muddy but not really their fault since they received a lot of rain. Site was gravel but level. Reliable full hookups, good cable, and good antennae reception. Wifi worked but they limit it. Reception was nice and they sell local honey and nuts. There's a nice lake a across the highway which I'm sure would make for great fishing. Not much nearby. We drove into Mississippi (about 15minute drive) for dinner at Rivals bar and grill which had decent food and drinks. There's also a casino about ten minutes away for any gamblers. We would stay at this park again, but only as a pass through. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $27.00
This park doesn't live up to the Good Sam rating of 9.5 in appeal. It is badly in need of gravel for the sites and roads as all was muddy. We were going to stay more than one night but continued on after one. I guess if you like fishing it would be great. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $15.00
Stayed here 2 months while working in the area. Staff were very friendly. Most sites reasonably level. Restrooms clean and odor free but quite old. Internet not too bad parked under the antenna, but limited to 2 gigs/day. Free cable. Lots of grassy area for dog walking. Right across the busy 4 lane from lake access. The campground is bordered by fields where soybeans are grown. They harvest in September and the dust is awful. There are also some of the biggest most bloodthirsty mosquitos I have ever seen. Not the campgrounds fault but still an issue for us. 2 washers and 2 dryers that do not all work equally. About normal mix of long term, short-term, overnighters and storage. Neighbors not super social. No planned activities or cook-outs by staff. It suited my needs very well while I worked in the area. Rate figured at 435/month. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Greenville MS is just over the bridge about 17 miles. The casino is OK if that's your thing, but the town just seems...dangerous. And dirty.
If you are looking for the amenities and ambiance of a high end destination resort then you need to go somewhere and else pay three times as much. If you want a decent park for an overnight stay for a good price, then this is the place to stop. This park is literally across the highway from a very large and attractive lake, so for boaters or fisherman this could be paradise. Our spot was near the highway so we had a beautiful sunrise view. This came at the cost of having some highway noise, but we didn't lose any sleep. Easy access from either direction. Lots of huge shade trees. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $26.00
Office personnel very nice. Park has many permanent campers, with their stuff all over their sites. Very close sites. Was crowded and very noisy when we camped there. Road noise is constant. First and last time here for us. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $32.00
Our site was rutted and not level. The electrical box was rusty and went out at night. We had to run our own long extension cord to the empty site next door. They did not have anyone to help us. Will never stay there again. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $26.00
Check-in is easy: drive in, find a site, park and set up. Check in when the office is open. This is a very mature pecan orchard with large trees. Sites are grass and level. There is some road noise at night as the highway goes to the bridge over the Mississippi River to Greenville, MS but not bad. The electric is good and steady, the WiFi and cable worked well. The restrooms were a surprise--bright, tiled very clean and odor free, not what is expected from the "rustic" outside. Not a lot of activities in the area but is a good park for 1 or 2 nights. We would stay here again. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $26.00
Nice campground. Easy in and out. Next to Hwy 65. We used this for an overnight stay while traveling and was very convenient. Sites are mostly pull-through on grassy surface. No trouble leveling on dry ground and site long enough not have to unhook toad. Friendly staff. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
The RV park is easy to enter and exit, although 65 is a busy road. The office person was friendly but did not know which sites were 50 or 30 amps. They did not give us a map or assign a site to us. We were told to check the shape of the box. A little odd to us. It was adequate for a 1 night stay. We did not use the laundry or rest rooms. The cable worked well and had additional channels not on the list. We thought it was OK for overnight but be careful in bad weather as the trees need trimming. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Convenient one night stay with pull-through sites and utilities. Didn't use facilities. I would be leery of some sites during a storm as the pecan trees are old and the limbs heavy. You can see a couple that have broken recently. Easy in and out and we would stay here again but only as an overnight stop. People were friendly and could really make this a nice park. Many long term sites were apparent. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
This park was only used for a overnight stay. This is the only reason we would use it. It had only the basic needs we wanted which is full hookups while on a longer trip. It is an easy access off of US Hwy. 65. The roads are gravel and the pads are grass. i was concerned about the pads being hard enough after an overnight rain, but we were able to drive right out. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
We ended up in this park as we were trying to avoid tornado warnings. Park is old, but well maintained. Everyone friendly, although many are permanent residents. We thought pecan tree shade would be an advantage; but during a thunderstorm, a branch fell on an RV. Okay for overnight. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $25.00
Great owners. They make wonderful fresh products, be sure to buy some (and they let you taste first!) They are animal lovers and it shows. Campground is great for overnight or a few days and is situated underneath Pecan trees. We could pick as much pecans as we could find. Big pull through sites and everything worked well. Had good WiFi. We noticed no road noise. Sure we will be back. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $28.00
It was easy to get in. We were 64 ft.long pulling a trailer. Grass was cut but a lot of old run down campers are left at the park. This park could be nice but needs a lot of TLC. It looks like they are doing some clean up across the highway at their dock area at the lake. That's a start, but be careful on the dock; many rotted boards. A good paint job on the buildings and it might look pretty good. OK for overnight. Lots of big pecan trees. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.
Convenient place if you are looking for quick overnight off very busy highway 65. Has WIFI, which was on again/off again, cable, 50 amp, good water pressure and sewer hookups. Long pull throughs making it easy in and out. The bad: Horribly busy highway 65 with all night truck traffic. Long gone pecan trees are mostly dead and offer very little shade, as it was 104 degrees the 2 days we were here. Dogs are allowed to run wild everywhere and no one picks up after the "doo-doos" which are everywhere. Bathrooms were absolutely filthy. Had not been cleaned in months, and had piles of dead bugs all over the sinks and trash everywhere in them. Laundry room also dirty, but cheap (2 washers and 2 dryers) at a buck a load. Park is across the busy highway from the lake, so no real "waterfront" here. Only grocery store in town is overpriced and really gross. Sites are weedy grass with some gravel, but full of ants and "doo doos". Our sewer hookup had no cover and was just an open pipe. Would never stay here again, but did check out Chicot State Park 8 miles down the road and was very impressed. Will go there next time. We camped at Pecan Grove RV Park in a Motorhome.