29 Parks near Biloxi, Mississippi
Mar 2016 - $29.00
A parking lot with hookups. No amenities, not even an office. Check-in is at the casino across the street, and they barely knew what to do. They couldn't find our reservation, called another facility, found the reservation, didn't assign us a site, didn't know what to do with the site assignment paperwork. We had two reservations - here and their sister park at Hollywood casino in Bay St. Louis. At Boomtown, they "found" our reservation, but then cancelled our second one without telling us (the folks at Hollywood recovered nicely the next week though). Overall - don't stop in Biloxi as an RV'er. - Neil_and_Sandy
Feb 2016 - $29.00
This campground is a converted, very large parking lot. It is very clean with large concrete pads and all sites have full hookups including cable TV and WiFi. If you plan to camp here, you definitely need a bathroom in your camper. No facilities at all. Location of the facility is easy to find off the interstate. If they offer you a pull through site, be advised that these sites are two sites each and you might have to back in. Casino security monitors the campground but you rarely see them. Overall, a great alternative to spending $200 a night for hotel rooms in Biloxi. No campfires allowed. - F35mech
Dec 2015 - $37.00
This place advertises $29/night but adds on a "resort fee" and tax to make it $36.75. The "resort" does not have a restroom or shower or anything other than a very good concrete pad with full hookups. There is an entrance and an exit with gate arms and a keypad to enter a code, but the arms were up the whole time we were there. There is one of those building on stilts for security or a manager but it was unoccupied the whole time. Be careful when you call to reserve your spot. This is a casino RV park, but the reservation taker is at a different casino which also has an RV park. We were told there were restrooms and showers, but they are at the other RV park. The Wi-Fi access code they gave us was for the other RV park. It took four calls to figure out the problem. The park itself is very clean, just no on site management. - dropframe
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Long level sites. Paved with grass. Picnic Table. Great service. Will use again. Easy access. Some mud due to rains. We're in a large 40' + 25' trailer and had no issues. - sballey
Oct 2015 - $40.00
The park is well maintained, the shower houses are cleaned several times a day. The manager is very nice and runs the park proficient. They have 3 shower houses and 2 laundromats on property. I would recommend this park to everyone. - Ggboo
Aug 2015 - $30.00
I was having service done at a Freightliner service center which is located about 1/4 mile up the street. So this was a convenient place for me to camp. For the price, it was pretty basic. I had a nice long pull through site with full hookups and cable TV. Staff was very friendly and helpful. They also have a small store on site with camping needs and some food. Probably not a place I'd go to vacation, but if you need to be nearby then it will work. - Tri14Multisport
Jul 2016 - $21.00
Site was a short, fully paved, level back-in. Due to recent storms the entire property was soggy/flooded (you can't really blame this on management). One wheel of the truck dropped off the pavement while backing in and I had to go to 4-wheel drive to pull it out. Site was a little short for my 35' fiver and long-bed crew cab but no one objected to a little obstruction of the street. Many long term campers and LOTS of children who do not watch for traffic. We will stay here again if it is along our route to somewhere else, but it is not a destination campground. - Alworth
Mar 2016 - $22.00
When you pull in, there are very nice cabins, a putt-putt, pool, hot tub, a nice playground and lake. The office lady was VERY nice and then you pull out to enter the campground. When you make the turn into the actual campground you see cluttered, old campers with junk all around them. It looked like 90% are long term residents and the spaces are paved but close. We were sent to the back section across from an old camper graveyard slophole and 2 dumpsters, what a lovely view! This could be a very nice campground if the permanent rift-raft were made to clean up and remove the freezers and junk from outside their campers. Will never stay here again and do NOT recommend it.
Lot spacing was very close with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was a concrete pad. - Countrygal1
Mar 2016 - $22.00
Passport rate. I called ahead and got the pull thru site. Sites are close together but okay for a night or two. Convenient to I-10 so there is a bit of interstate noise. Pull thru site view is of the storage lot with old, damaged units and close to dumpster. But it works for a quick stopover when traveling. We would stay here again. - lstaff
Aug 2016 - $55.00
Great place to stay. Paved sites. Very nice facilities. Some shade. Pool small but nice. Loved the location of the park. Very nice and shady in spots. Nice paved sites. Excellent roads. Would definitely recommend this park. - Rvontheroad
Jun 2016 - $52.00
We stayed here for an overnight stop as we passed through the area. We picked the park based on reviews here and called for a reservation while on the road. Boy were we disappointed. The park is 1/4 mile from the water (not a big deal for us, but might be for others) in a pretty unattractive part of town. Nice entrance. We arrived after the office closed, but a package was waiting with our info (except for the receipt we were promised by e-mail). We found our site easily enough. We travel in a 40' 5th wheel. All of the pull-throughs are exactly that. Our rear bumper was on the curb and the front of the cap was on the curb on the other end. No room to park the truck anywhere near the site. Utilities were clean and seemed to work OK, although the pedestal tripped our Progressive surge protector once. Didn't see any sites - either pull through or back in - that were much longer than 40'. Be careful if you are in a big rig. When we left in the morning, we waited until 9 so we could visit the office and get our receipt. Supposed to open at 9, but not one was there by 9:15-9:20. We were told by someone on site that there are new owners since September and the customer service has really gone downhill. I don't know what other choices might be in the area, but I don't think we would ever go back. - FireFlyer
Apr 2016 - $45.00
I love this RV park, we stay here through winter. There are two things I really don't like, the wifi and the cable tv!!
We haven't had WiFi since we came in November and many cable tv channels don't work.
The staff are all very nice and Saturday lunches are nice but WiFi is frustrating!!!
I will come again, we like all the cement in the park, but we need to find a different WiFi option. - KS0923
May 2015 - $29.00
Nice park for short stay. No shade on sites, but very clean. Men's bathroom could be challenging. - MikeandNancy
Mar 2015 - $29.00
We stayed 3 nights in early March. It was cool and rainy. We stayed here primarily because we thought it would be easily accessible from I-10. First the good. The campground owner was very accommodating. We did not arrive until after dark due to tire issues. We spoke to the owners several times during the day/evening. They told us our site number and came to the RV the next morning to register us. The rest is bad. Although the exit off I-10 is easy, you wind up going down a dark narrow dead end road with very little indication of where the park may be. After finally locating the park, my wife had to walk along with a flashlight to find our site. We had a pull-through site that was several inches off level. We were never able to get level. All sites are gravel. Apparently our site was a designated smoking area as well, because the next morning we found hundreds of cigarette butts on our site. Also the park was muddy due to the rain. There were numerous puddles of water on our site and throughout the park. There seemed to be a lot of long term residents. There was lots of clutter around the sites. If in this area again, we would look elsewhere for a place to stay. - Charlie C
Nov 2014 - $29.00
This park has many pull through full hookup sites. Also a good number of sites are taken by workers in the area for long periods of time. Restrooms and showers were very good and clean. Owners were very helpful and accessible. This is not a destination campground, great for a night or two for exploring the area. - Teacher's Pet
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Pull-through sites are large and big rig friendly. Complete hookups. Shopping nearby. No trees. Gravel sites with picnic tables. Very clean and friendly. Laundry on site. Close to interstate 10.
I highly recommend and would gladly stay again. - Spwa
Mar 2016 - $35.00
This is an older park, we stayed overnight and had good power, water was 52psi, cable was a bit snowy, antenna was better and Wi-Fi was with Tengo slow and did cut in and out and a bit tricky to sign into. Sites are level concrete with a patio. Lot's of trees, this could be a great park, but it needs some work, great for overnight as it's right off I-10 with little road noise. - Traveler II
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Sites have concrete pads and patios (with picnic tables). On many pads, the concrete is broken, and therefore not level. Cable is analog, and the signal is poor, very snowy. TV from an antenna provides beautiful digital image. WiFi is through Tengo Internet, and is SLOW and intermittent. - ta96silver
May 2015 - $33.00
We were here for just 2 nights to visit the area on our way to New Orleans. Nothing special about this place, but it is a short ride to Biloxi and the rates are much lower than the parks in town.
Our site was a pull through and was long enough for our truck and 38ft trailer if we didn't want to unhook. The park is fairly well kept and clean and relatively quiet. There is an RV dealer across the road, but they are more sales oriented. The "store part" is small with a limited selection of items.
We would stay here again if in the area. - Mack & Mary Ellen
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Don't stay here unless you want bad service, disgusting bath/shower areas, and the pool closed. The restaurant across the street was okay but didn't make up for the lack of service at this park... - rocket11
Mar 2016 - $32.00
Excellent location on Beach Boulevard. Great showers and laundry, attentive friendly helpful staff. Excellent manager. Office open 9-5 7 days a week. Garbage picked up in front of your site by 10 each morning. Good WiFi, and cable box available for refundable deposit. Will definitely stay again. Take a "white noise radio" to sleep through the sirens on Beach Boulevard and the frequent trains close by at the back of the property. Stayed two weeks. - Clemson Fans
Jan 2012 - $32.00
Dirty and the sites are not well laid out. Many, many full time residents. Trashy looking. We were sticking out into the roadway. They could not accommodate the size of our 40 foot rig. We paid for 5 days then found another place. They would not refund our money. - Newbet
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Stayed here for 2 nights. Friendly check-in. We had trouble with our electric, and they came right away. It was our surge protector that was the problem. We were in site 124, near Beach Blvd. No road noise, but the train does run a couple of times at night. We were by a couple of trees, so we did have some shade. We could not get their wifi signal, so no wifi. Nice pool. We would stay here again. - User2475
May 2016 - $44.00
Except for the roads everything is grass or sand. good hookups, level spots and clean park.
The only negative is they say they have WiFi, sorry but the service is nonexistent!
The dog run was a nice addition since we stay the last time though. - tONY1952
May 2016 - $40.00
This is the nicest campground we have ever stayed at, the only fault I can find is the entrance and exit on to Highway 90, Beach Hwy. one way traffic allows only access to the west bound lanes. This has nothing to do with the campground but you need to know this as you can only enter going west bound. The beach is across the street. - Danny285
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Park looks real nice but the issues are endless. Breaker boxes not properly working; we had to plug in next to us due to the breaker box at our site blew the breaker and sent a surge through our motorhome!!! We reported it to maintenance, management with no response which is unacceptable. If they dont care about the guest camper what else do they not take care of?! The pool wasn't open when we first arrived. Finally in July it opened only to not be taken care of. Present state the pool is green!! No laundromat! ! New washers and dryers but not in use which probably goes back to the electrical problems. Trying to talk to the manager is like pulling teeth!! She has no personality nor will she speak to you as she goes by. No one staying there is friendly. I have never stayed anywhere that when u wave they ignore you!! A few long term residents and unfriendly. I would have to say this is the most unfriendly place I have been in a long time!! We stayed a couple months and the changes they promised never happened! ! And the trains are constant!! There are much nicer places on the coast to stay!! - Ggboo
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We stayed at Fox's over the 4th of July Weekend. Location is awesome, it's walking distance to the Gulf of Mexico beach. Nice cement slab for parking. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. The pool was clean. We really enjoyed our stay and would go back. - Anne14
Jan 2014 - $25.00
We are spending a month here. We stayed here when the original owners had the park and came back shortly after Katrina to find the park had really declined with the new owners. We decided to try again this year and are pleased. It appears the new management is trying to clean up the appearance. They are on top of all maintenance issues and respond to all problems in a polite, professional, and efficient manner. The laundry room is clean and well maintained. They work to keep the park safe, monitoring the traffic. They still have a few work trucks and poorly maintained campers, but appear to be cleaning that up and upgrading. We believe they are back on the path to being a premier destination park in the future. - Gloriasue99