This is a no frills park and there is no cable, no Wi-Fi and no bath facilities. Family owned and appears to be on a working horse ranch. Some of the most friendly folks you will ever come across. Only a few spots and nothing fancy. Quiet, hookups worked and we got a good nights rest. Not much else to ask for in this area. - donleeown
It was a quiet clean camp. Family owned and operated, the park was spread out, there were four different spots. There was also washers/dryers there for use. Excellent park for traveling workers. Easy access and minutes from town. - kab
This park is top-notch due to the ease of reservation, cost, cleanliness, and lot spacing. The service was great as well, especially the park ranger who manned the office when I arrived a bit late. I'm a clean freak, and I always worry about what the showers will be like. There was no need to worry here, as all facilities, including the laundry, were sparkling clean. I will stay here again. In fact, I liked it so much that I added a night during my stay.
Delhi is a small town, but I enjoyed it and the short drive to Vicksburg, MS to visit the Civil War sites. Camp sites range from tucked away and shaded spots, to exposed larger sites where larger RVs and boat trailers can be parked. - jdtex
We really enjoyed our stay here. Good level sites, paved. Full hook ups. There is wifi but it is pretty slow. Our site (20) was very spacious. There is a very nice lake that you can walk or bike to. We will stay here again. - Crazyrvfamily
Fee was for water and electric. Beautiful park. Helpful staff. Level and spacious sites. Mainly back-in. Clean throughout. Invaded by ladybugs. Lovely walking at Poverty Point Historic State Park. We will stay here again. - rvbravo2
Beautiful place clean and quiet. The owners are friendly and ready to help out any way they can. I recommend this spot for convenince and not hard to find. - kab