20 Parks near Newellton, Louisiana
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 50 miles of Newellton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Newellton in the left hand column.
Aug 2013 - $28.00
We would stay here again. Price was a little high at $28, but it was for premium site (site 19 was a pull-through) which is on the lake, After October 1st all Louisiana campgrounds drop in price when premium is $20 and not premium is $18. Park employees are great; they patrol campground at least every 2 hours up to 10:30pm and front gate is employed until then. There are some shade sites which are close to lake. Our satellite Directv wouldn't pick up signal, which is okay. In back area site have less trees. I'm sure it would there. Verizon had one bar signal great, Millenicom internet was great. Really nice camp. - JustDon
Nov 2015 - $21.00
Agree with some of previous reviews. Back sites are a little more spacious than the ones by the water. Fair amount of sites are fairly level, but there is a fair amount that slope either backwards or foward, not excessive but enough that blocks would be needed for a motorhome. Park is clean and quiet, only two of us here during the week. Free WIFI works pretty good, thanks LA. Some trees could be trimmed higher for the large RVs. Roads are all paved but are narrow and we did get through ok with 43 ft motorhome, one tight turn needed to back up. Sites all paved. Didn't use bathhouse. We wouldn't stay here if it was close to full, just to close to neighbors for us. Water pressure good, electric good. Site 45 in the open with grass Satellite reception no problem. - FTatcret2013
Dec 2014 - $9.00
The site was very level with lots of shade. Some sites were fairly close together and lacked privacy. The park is very small and has few added attractions other than fishing. The camp host was friendly and working hard to make sure the park was clean and well maintained. The park ranger drove through frequently. - winnie1
Jul 2014 - $11.00
Rate reflects senior LA resident discount. Been a couple of years since we stayed here and only change appears to be loss of staffing. Very small park. Park stayed fairly quiet even during the weekend. The spaces nearest to the water are very close together. The spaces farther away are much better spaced out and you feel you can stretch without touching your neighbor. We never saw a ranger and only saw maintenance personnel out in the park. The parish sheriff drove thru a couple of times during our week there. Office staff is very friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were clean as was the laundry room, but one of the two washers was out of order. There are a couple of fishing piers and a boat launch. Bring what you need with you, nearest WalMart is 40 miles. Natchez MS is a nice day trip from here as is Vicksburg MS. There is a small grocery store in St Joseph, has all the basics. On the weekend, the day use, splash park, and picnic areas are heavily used by the local residents. We would stay here again if in the area. - Fixn2gocamp
Mar 2016 - $20.00
We stayed 3 days here while visiting the Vicksburg Battlefield sites. We initially planned only 2 days, but this campground is itself part of a military site, and has much to explore. The museum is filled with story and impressive artifacts. The surrounding historic village and cemetery are very impressive. All of this is situated in a well-maintained area nestled in a hardwood forest across the road from the Mississippi. This is the site of a once-vibrant community that was pretty much wiped out by antebellum tragedies including a yellow fever epidemic, a tornado, and a change of the course of the Mississippi River. Shortly after, it was the site where the Confederates repulsed Grant's attempt to cross the river on his way to Vicksburg.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Campsites are level on concrete pads. Quite closely spaced. During our stay, almost all of the sites were taken up by workers from the refueling project at the nearby nuclear power plant, but the managers made sure we had a comfy site. I'd call ahead before arriving to make sure a site is available. Utilities all well maintained, and we were near the clean and well-maintained laundry and showers. Wifi reception was fair at the lower campground; reportedly better at upper campground.
Great hiking opportunities directly accessible from campground.
All in all, a rustic, remote-feeling campground, which we enjoyed. - Tim B.
Nov 2015 - $20.00
This one of the best kept secrets in the Port Gibson area. The campground and military park is a few miles from town but is well worth the trip. The park is quiet and clean, the staff are excellent. Sites are all concrete pads with full hook ups. WiFi can be obtained by going to the main office. We really enjoyed our stay here as we explored the area. We highly recommend it if you are in the area. - JD1040
Apr 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here for five nights while touring Natchez Trace Parkway and Vicksburg National Military Park. It is a beautiful campground that is also the site of the Grand Gulf Military Park. The staff was very courteous and knowledgeable about the area. We had full hookups, 50 AMP, and rain that kept us indoors for much of the stay. We had difficulty with satellite reception because of the trees, some problems with cell phone reception, and no wireless at the RV site. However, the latter problem was solved by driving up to the office so we were able to communicate with the rest of the world when needed.
The entire park is well kept, and we highly recommend it to others. We will gladly stay again if we are in the area. Issues mentioned above were caused by nature and not within the Park's control. Also, we want to call out the park ranger, who represents the hospitality that is characteristic of Mississippi (and also Texas -- he actually came from our home state). - Ferdy
May 2016 - $25.00
I was concerned that this park, which I reserved ahead of time, would be too far from Vicksburg, but it's not. Easy, quick drive to all the places you want to see. The park is large and open with level sites. Only the sites around the perimeter have shade. Restroom is old but clean and adequate. Laundry is fine. Wifi connection is good. - OmakMary
May 2016 - $23.00
I really liked this park. Great value. Has very good water pressure and good 50 amp power. Roads are gravel. Nice long gravel sites that are very roomy. Lots of grass. Nice and quiet at night. My one criticism would be the lack of shade.
I note that some say the sites are on a slope and need lots of leveling. I disagree completely. The rear couple of pull-through rows have a slight incline. The middle pull-through rows look to be completely flat. The hookups are more near the rear then the front - I did not need extensions. The picnic table is not new, but it works fine.
I absolutely will stay here whenever I'm in the neighborhood.
Located about 5-7 miles south of I-20 on US Highway 61. Takes only 10-15 minutes to get to the Vicksburg Battlefield. - GoPackGo
Apr 2016 - $23.00
Basic but adequate. Sites are long and wide but ours was not level - needed blocks under the front wheels. Hookups way at the back. No shade on most sites. It was relatively quiet despite being on highway 61. All in all, not a bad place to stay for a few days. - JA1800
Mar 2016 - $29.00
We've used this an overnight location several times and will continue. Reasonably priced for a quiet night's sleep. Easy on/off I-20. Never used any of the facilities. Sites are a bit tight, but we do not have any issues: 36 ft MH plus tow - sites are pull through and easily managed. Staff is always helpful. Site surface is gravel and features a picnic table. - GlobeTrotterRV3
Oct 2015 - $28.00
We traveled with a pickup towing our 5th wheel and an SUV towing a small UHaul cargo trailer due to an out of state move. Because of the closeness to I-20 my husband called Magnolia Resorts.
When we arrived in the evening my husband went to the office to check in; at that time he asked if it was possible to rent an adjoining site so we wouldn't have to park our other vehicle in the back lot. He was told that somebody had already booked the adjoining site. Needless to say nobody ever pulled into the adjoining site and it remained empty when we left the next morning.
As far as being a resort, it isn't. The grass must have just been freshly cut because we tracked it in each time we returned from outside. The swimming pool was green. The sites were extremely close. The cable tv had very limited channels. The park was quiet at night though. - roaddogs
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Very friendly and accomodating. Easy pull through and easy hook up. Nice neighbors. Quiet. - Paul-Amy
Rocky Springs, Louisiana (map) | (800) 305-7417
Sites: 22 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 7 Reviews
May 2015 - $1.00
Rocky Springs is a smaller NPS park directly on the Natchez Trace Parkway. We camped in the unused Host Site, but there were about 5 or 6 sites that could have accommodated our 39' RV. Many other sites for smaller campers or motor homes. The initial entry sites are the most level. If you see one you like in the first 10 or so, grab it. The rest are up on the hill, not as level. There was lots of room to maneuver our RV through the campground. The restrooms were clean, as were the sites, even though no host was present. No AT&T or Verizon coverage. Most sites are wooded and only a few had a satellite view. Best of all, its free. What's not to like! We would definitely stay here again. - CharlieS
May 2014 - $0.00
This is a nice FREE National Park campground right along the Natchez Trace Parkway. No hookups, no water fill or dump station available so arrive prepared. Sites were mostly wooded and paved although many were in need of repair. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Great place to spend a night or 2 along the Trace. Very few sites were occupied when we visited in early May. No Verizon cellular voice or data service. - AirstreamSJ
Apr 2011 - $1.00
Sites not numbered. Free – This campground is in the recreational area of the Rocky Springs Site. No electricity or water but water at the bathrooms. This campground needs some work. Sites need to be leveled and repaved. We had driven down here on the Trace to avoid some violent storms that were going through Jackson for two days and it was a good stop. There were four other campers in the park for the first night and only us for the second. Another camper had told us three weeks earlier the snowbirds heading home on the Trace squeezed 43 RV’s in 19 sites. The Rocky Springs Site and trail in the park is fascinating with the old church, dried out springs and markers for the whole town in the woods. This park is also near Port Gibson which was not burned by Grant because it was too beautiful on his march through MS. The Windsor ruins are worth the drive to go see. If we traveled the Trace again we would stay here for a one night stay. It was very peaceful! Just a note about three hours after we left this campground a tornado was seen heading for it right up the Trace. - gsnakehill
May 2016 - $25.00
This RV park has FHU concrete sites that are not level or as long as they seem due to sloped entrance and egress. There is cable TV and internet. - Jerry S
May 2016 - $32.00
Part of the casino, but across the street. Old park that has not been maintained, the sites are not level with broken concrete pads. The utilities were fine and the park turns where wide enough. The park filled up at night and emptied in the morning. It is an average park in every sense. - sjones
Apr 2016 - $27.00
This is the second time we have stayed here. It is a big parking lot with all pull-thrus (plenty long) and full hook-ups. Our only complaint is the sites not level. Some are better than others, but both times were pretty unlevel. There is a big parking lot where you can hookup the car/truck. - The Griffins
Apr 2008 - $25.00
Was in a parking lot, no shade, very noisy and lots of traffic. - lisam
Sep 2013 - $20.00
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
Feb 2008 - $15.00
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
Jun 2009 - $15.00
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
May 2011 - $21.00
Let's start by saying NO NEVER STAY HERE. Now let me tell you why. I travel in an Aliner pop up and weigh most of my ratings on the bath/shower facilities however in this case I have to say this was one of the worse camping experiences ever. Specifics. The cable TV wires had all been cut out I assume due to copper theft. The sites have a ditch you have to cross to pull into the site where my unit drugged the ground. While having my coffee in the morning a campers dog decided to come over and bark continuously at me. The dog owner simply yelled and cursed the dog. Now the the bad part. The shower/bath facility had not been cleaned in a very long time. There were huge ants and other bugs all inside the shower. When I turned the hot water on to wash the ants and bugs out, the entire faucet came out of the wall allowing hot water to flood the facility. The commodes were loose from the floor. This place has NO maintenance. The owners apologized but did not offer to refund my $21 for my experience. DO NOT GO HERE!! Very BAD! - aliner man
Jan 2008 - $28.00
Very unpleasant experience. We didnt stay long, and moved to the Ameristar. I wouldnt go back. It would be a one but it is in a great location. - cottonwood
May 2007 - $22.00
Park does not seem to be well maintained. The first electrical outlet we tried was rusty and did not work. Site are level, even though some of them are on a slope. The park is very convenient to the battleground and only a few kilometres from downtown Vicksburg - Gandalf
May 2016 - $30.00
Poverty Point State Park has a great campground. I made reservations online and called to confirm that a 40' motorhome with slideouts would work in the space. Upon arrival the space was too narrow and not long enough, so I had to upgrade to one of the "improved" spaces. No where online could I find a description of "non-improved" vs "improved".
To upgrade my space, we could not do it over the phone. I had to come back up to the office. At the office there is no where to turn around, so I had to drive out of the park and find a place to turn around in Delhi.
Back at the office, the staff person changed my reservation to a different spot; but when she handed me the receipt, it showed I was still in the original campsite. She fought with the computer system some more and was finally able to get me a pull through spot. However, I ended up having to pay twice, which increased the price per night.
The pull-through spot I ended up in was nice, level, and clean. However, while driving through the park there were several trees that needed to be trimmed to avoid hitting the motorhome.
Overall, I was pleased with the park. I wish they offered single night stays on the weekend. Given the chance I would stay here again. - W0GER
May 2016 - $24.00
This is a GREAT state park. The Reservoir is beautiful, trails are well maintained, and it has a delightful splash pad for the kids. I don't know the age of this park, but it appears to be fairly new. The sites are gravel, spacious, with grass between sites. Each site has a picnic table, bar-b-q and fire pits. Our site was water/electric only, but some sites do have sewer hook up and there are 5 long pull throughs. The park has a laundry room but I did not use it, nor did we use the restrooms/showers. There is also a golf course nearby and club, but not something we used. Even when full on the weekend, the park was peaceful. We will definitely come here again when in this area. - the Fishers
Nov 2015 - $23.00
When I was here, the park was only about 30% occupied, and I did not see any parties or hear any loud noises. If there were any oil field workers, they were gone or very quiet. It is a relatively new campground, and the sites were clean and well-kept. My only complaint was a few bites from a nest of fire ants, but they were gone the next day after I sprinkled a little borax around the nest. I enjoyed bike riding around the lake. The price of $23 for a full hookup site was a bargain. Very good Verizon voice and data, as well. - judy_online
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Newer bathhouse, but mold on the tile floor and could use some scrubbing. Shower overflow leaks into stall areas. Hiking trail was not usable because of a bridge out and, worse, ticks were rampant. Even in the campsite area, just letting out dog walk just off the pavement she picked up a couple of ticks each time we walked her. The few sites lakeside in Campground B are nice as well as the wooded ones in the outer loop. Stayed a few nights but in the future, would only consider as a stop over site. - bobnemens
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Stayed 2 nights here while visiting Natchez. Called the park office and was able to reserve 1 of the 6 full hookup sites. If you try to do this online, the ReserveAmerica site tells you these sites are non-reservable, walk-up only. The park personnel were very pleasant, took CC info over the phone and never even needed to go to the office. Excellent value, far cheaper than the commercial RV parks in the area.
The site was clean and level. We swept pine needles off the paved pad and out of the grill but that is inevitable in a canopy of pines.
The 6 full hookup sites are parallel back-in sites in a small loop, separate from the other sites in campground A. No privacy between sites but decent width, with a table and grill at each site.
The location is very quiet with the exception of log trucks that start running about daylight and are in and out all day, on the road that leads to the park entrance. They are also the cause of the entrance road being in bad shape. The park roads are good.
Water pressure and electric voltage were good. There was also a good 4G Verizon signal.
We would definitely stay there again. - coolmom42
Apr 2016 - $14.00
Very pretty state park. Road leading to park was narrow and winding but manageable for our 41 ft motorhome and Jeep toad. Site #43 was a level pull-through. We had water and 50 amp electric, no sewer but pump station at park exit. Don't count on cellular or phone service. Quiet and serene park. - Bunci
Mar 2005 - $15.00
A Passport America campground. We were drawn by the price and being on our way. Rather far off the highway and actually pretty primative. An ideal campground for those with horses wishing to ride the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail. They have a barn and outdoor stalls for horses as well as a pasture area. - Paullynn
May 2016 - $32.00
Great location on the Mississippi River. You can watch the barges go by or walk by the riverside. Friendly staff, good Wi-Fi, no cable was a surprise and not too many over the air channels. Visiting Natchez is what it is all about. - senator47
May 2016 - $36.00
Nice RV park right on the river, we had a great site way down on the south end with a front row view of the river. WIFI was great, not too many TV stations, though. Easy to get to Natchez from the RV park. The tourist information center is right over the bridge to the left. Make sure to follow their directions to the park, our GPS was incorrect. The price reflects one night Passport America rate. - dalebonnie
May 2016 - $38.00
This is the first RV park I have stayed at where they tell you "just put your trash out at the end of your RV by 9:00 am and we will pick it up." Wifi was excellent, and included in the price. Views of the river and the barge traffic were great. Laundry was not so great; three washers for a huge park, and the price was $2.50 a load. Almost at the foot of the bridge so access across the river to Natchez is quick and easy. Enjoyed it here, but not sure the price is justified. - CO Traveler
Mar 2016 - $26.00
Arrived during the heavy rains/ flooding and was a bit concerned about parking in a grass field. We stopped the tandems on what appeared to be rocks and we had no trouble leaving the next morning. We did leave ruts in the grass. The beautiful lake was filled to capacity and was dumping over the access road... they do mark the road edges with small flagging so it was easy to see. For an overnight stay, you will most likely be in an open area. - cherib
Jun 2014 - $18.00
The place looks nice till you start looking closer at it. There was 1 bathroom for 50 people in our area . With 1 toilet and 1 shower that was working in it. There was years of mold on the shower curtains . The flys at this place were massive. The maintenance were notified for 2 days about a problem with the bathrooms at the pool. They never addressed them till they made an announcement that the kids had broken the bathroom. How is it that the kids are to blame for something that was brought to their attention before the kids showed up. The fishing in the lake is a joke. It is off balanced and most bass are 7 inches long . Yes you have a few that are 5 pounds, but they need to redo the lake. It has more stumps in the middle of the lake and I got my boat stuck 3 times in the very center . The pool smelt terrible even on day one. There were condoms floating in it. Their staff made it a point to say he was the personal body guard of someone there with his gun on his hip . It is very unprofessional to do that when there were already tension with that family member. I would not recommend this camp ground to anyone . You have a nicer camping experience at Roosevelt or even jelly stone camping . - Jesse Rodgers
Oct 2013 - $22.00
This campground is located on a private lake. The sites are grass with a little gravel. There is a pool that is not used. The bathrooms badly need to be rebuilt. Besides being very dirty, the un-level bath floors are very spongy, like you'd fall through if you gained 5 lbs. There are mostly permanent residents here. Birds (in outdoor cages), and horses & goats (in a corral) are kept here. The office porch is fully decorated for Halloween, but that doesn't make up for terrible bathrooms. - LTV camper
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This place could be decent with a bit of effort by management. It is partly a trailer park, but the RV sites have great potential. Concrete and gravel pads are the longest and widest I've seen, and our site was perfectly level. Digital cable TV was quite good. Water, sewer and 50 amp hookups worked fine. The bathrooms and showers looked like they get cleaned maybe once a month. No toilet paper for the first few days and never any paper towels. Also, no hot water in the bathroom. Staffing is minimal and doesn't seem to do too much. Natchez is an interesting place to visit and it deserves a better RV park. - DrLewie
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Spacious sites and easy to get into, but not very level. Bathrooms (2) were filthy and showers (2) weren't much better. Had to get rid of a wasps nest in one. Hard to find the place using a GPS. Pool was closed with some sort of problem. - russ1102
Mar 2015 - $31.00
This park is a mobile home park with a few RV sites. Most of the mobile homes are dated and many are in disrepair. The interior roads are in bad shape with many potholes. I called the office twice and got the answering machine both times. While check-in was OK, I returned to the office with a question and although the open sign was displayed and the lights were on, no one answered my knocks on the locked door. The utilities worked well, although the wifi is $14.95 per week. This is the only park that I've visited where I felt the need to lock my storage compartments when I left for the day. If I were to return to Natchez, I would likely find another park, perhaps the one across the river in Vidalia, LA. - 15243
Nov 2015 - $18.00
We just spent one night this trip but we have camped here several times. There are 23 sites. All are level concrete pads. Some of the sites are pull through and it also has handicap spots. The park road is lighted. Each site has water, electric, sewer and a grill. There are no cable hookups but I did get 23 channels on the antenna. There is a single bathroom with a shower at the sign in office building. It was very clean. The boat ramp is easy access with plenty of parking and it is lighted at night. There is also a fishing pier at the ramp. Fishing is great! The camp area is at the top of the hill from the boat ramp. The lake is a few miles from I-55 interstate but it is easy to get to with good signs. - Zoom45V
Feb 2016 - $20.00
The good: The area has a nice lake and several great hiking trails, ranging from about a mile up to 10 miles. The camping spots were mostly level, if somewhat uneven. They had large flat areas for tents and nice fire rings. It was very quiet and dark - great star viewing between the tall pine trees. Should be nice and shady during the summer. Very clean campground, and the host was superbly friendly and helpful.
Not so good: Some sites were somewhat short, even for a TM 3023. We stayed in #3, and I had to park across the drive after unhitching to stay out of the road. This campground does not take reservations. We arrived at about 5:30 PM on Friday before MLK weekend and took one of the last two spots. The last spot was filled within 20 minutes of our arrival. Due to tree removal, one of the two campground loops was closed, so they were down to 11 of their normal 22 sites. The showers in the lower loop bathrooms got no warmer than tepid. The swimming area showers were much better. The facilities could have used a little more maintenance: broken faucet in the bathroom, broken board on the playground, aforementioned lack of hot water.
Google Maps and our GPS directed us down Wagon Wheel Road to get to the campground. This was a rough gravel road and NOT the right way. Stay on the paved road: the campground is straight ahead in a short distance. - Usafabronco
Nov 2015 - $20.00
We thoroughly enjoyed soaking in the beauty of God's creation at this park. The RV sites are surrounded by towering trees. We spent a large portion of our time hiking on the trails. There are two 10+ mile trails that are accessible from the park as well as a 1 mile trail around the lake. There are lots of hills. It was almost like being in the mountains. The campground hostess was very helpful and it was obvious that she really enjoys her job. We will definitely be going back to this park. I would recommend loop B(sites 1-12) if you have a large motorhome. - Sojourner9
Apr 2013 - $1.00
Most sites are small and close together. We arrived in the middle of a weekday and found the place full, except for 2 sites that we could not fit in, so we moved on. - housecar