Small, clean, and quiet, just what we like in campgrounds. The clubhouse has a large pavilion with a beautiful fireplace. Swimming pool is kept spotless, and the grounds are also spotless. Many activities in the clubhouse, many group activities off site with the owner, trips to New Orleans, art activities, and plenty of eating events. Lots of snowbirds during the winter so the place is like a little community with great people. Many golf courses in the area which I liked.....super place. - User1820
We stayed here in 2013 so returned on our way south. No improvements to the place but the hosts are very friendly. I do not understand the high ratings because the place has gravel with many ruts in the roads. Tight spaces, Wifi works adequately. Overpriced for this area but they were full with seasonal people so it is good for the owners. Looks like squatters living in some of the sites with clutter and debris around the sites, again no enforcement. Doubt we would stay here again because there are too many dogs and no enforcement of picking up after the animals, owners live nearby but are not onsite to police the dogowners. They should limit the sites to a smaller area for those with dogs When it rains, water stands all over in deep pools in the ruts in the gravel for days. Not worth the $36; short term stays are subsidizing those staying for the season. - Pat and Jerry
Great, clean and quiet CG. Cons: tight loop roadway with trees close to the road to get into the big rig sites. Phone system and answer machine/call back needs to be rectified. Highly recommended. - scarpacci
The owners are about the nicest people we've met during our travels and this was our 2nd year we have stayed here. The noise from the road is constant but you can't hear it inside, and while there aren't any showers it does have a laundry room. What this park has going for it is close proximity to just about everything from New Orleans to Bilox- it's about 40 minutes to either one. Walmart and Clairborne Hill Grocery is 1-2 mile trip and the entire strip of Highway 90 in front of the park gives access to many restaurants and shops between Waveland to Pass Christian. The beach is not far to the south and if you go north you'll be at the Stennis Space Center. Slidell is just 20 minutes west as is Gulfport to the east for shopping. If you like the Casinos; Silver Slipper and Hollywood Casinos are nearby and easy to get to. Their weekly buffets are put together with very talented chefs. This park is a mixture of working vs. retired travelers and we'd stay there again next year as well. - User3326
We called to see about availability and were told to pull in and choose a site. We chose a site with 50 amps. We put down levelers, put out slide, hooked up and discovered we only had one leg of 50 amp service. When we moved, the new site was quite uneven. We stayed using Passport America. - jane benjey
Second visit to this RV park - chose it this time because they have cement pads to park your rig on and there had been so much rain over the previous days that the ground was overly saturated and we were tired of mud.
Pulled in with no reservations, went to office in park to register only to find they have closed the office and you have to use the courtesy phone in the laundry to check in. Got lucky as my call was answered right away. We were assigned a space but told if we found somthing we liked better to take it and then call the new number in. We chose a different site and when we went to phone it in, did not have the same prompt answered call luck as when we first arrived.
Sites are good in size although some were under water from puddles of the rain. All come with a picnic table and a charcoal grill (which need serious cleaning if one were to use it). Grounds were clean. Ladies room was clean but men's needed attention. Showers had good water pressure and hot water.
Courtesy shuttle to the casino was appreciated but not that long a walk if you don't want to wait. We will stay here again if our journey takes us this way. - yesmar
All paved roads and sites. No one onsite to assist finding the assigned space nor to check in. Have to go up to the casino hotel desk for a receipt. We were assigned a spot alongside the road which did not work for our 41 ft with slides, so after calling the desk again we were given a back in site. It was difficult to maneuver, but we made it. We were only staying overnight. We'd have preferred a drive thru which they claimed were all booked, but we saw many vacant spaces. They need a better way to assign or match spots to sizes, many smaller trailers were in the larger spaces. Quiet and secure and if one is interested in the casino a shuttle pick you up and brings you back to your site. We were only overnight so did not use that. Cable works well. This is probably the best value for the money in Bay St. Louis. We would stay here again. - Pat and Jerry
Hollywood Casino RV Park is about the best park in the vicinity of Bay St. Louis. The area overall appears to be depressed due to damages from hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The RV park itself is very nice with concrete pads, good paved roads with plenty of room for parking etc. All utilities worked as expected and were placed well. The sites offer a good amount of space between each other. Landscaping is grass and the occasional tree. Cable TV is included as is electric. Wifi is advertised, although it was often unavailable. There is no on-site staff although maintenance personnel pick up trash daily and perform lawn care as required. A shuttle is provided for transportation to the casino although it is just a short walk from the RV park. We were assigned site 8 and a nearby two story electrical building produced a loud hum continuously.
Bay St. Louis is an hour's drive from New Orleans, so it's location was advantageous for taking in the sights and the French Quarter. While I would likely stay at the Hollywood Casino RV Park again, I would probably not visit Bay St. Louis again. - 15243