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13 RV Parks near Brooksville, Mississippi
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brooksville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brooksville in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $11.00
Park was very clean and the typical great COE park. On the Tom Bigbee Waterway with occasional barge traffic and they are very quiet and not that often, but worth seeing. Part of the park was closed due to off season, but the larger portion was open. Nicely spaced sites with level concrete pads with water & elect at each site. Restrooms were super clean, not the newest, but far from shabby. Being off season the park was pretty much empty. Would deffinetly return. Our price reflects a premium site (on the water, not cross the road) difference was $1.00 with the Geezer pass. - garmp
Sep 2017 - $22.00
Great campground. Staff was wonderful and helpful. Very quiet place to spend a few days. Needs a little updating, but still in great shape. - blonsk
Sep 2016 - $11.00
Typical COE park - good layout, well spaced. There are plenty of sites at this campground (176). All the waterfront sites are walk-up only. The waterfront sites on Riverside Loop are right on the water, however, there is a drop-off depending on water level so it would be difficult to access a boat pulled up to the campsite. Most of the waterfront sites on Waterfront Drive are like that also. The pull through sites 114-116 are back away from the water.
TV reception is excellent - all the major networks available. Verizon coverage is 2 out of 5 bars. The terrain is flat - good for bicycles.
Water pressure is high - bring a regulator.
Because of it's remote location, a large number of sites, and a large percentage of those sites walk-up only, this is a good campground to find a spot on a holiday weekend if you don't have reservations. - Bama Camper
May 2017 - $20.00
We stopped here because it was close to US 45 and had a good prior review. We spoke to the owner, and he was very friendly, informative and hospitable. The campground is in a section of his property about a half mile off US 45. Our site was a pull-thru of sorts. We pulled in and then did a "U" turn in the yard and exited thru our site back out the campground entrance. It worked for us, not conventional, but who really cares. We were able to park without unhooking our truck from out trailer. The utilities were placed well and worked as expected. The wifi was good except after 6pm when some of the residents arrived back from their day. After that it was non-existent for us. My only issue with the site was that there is no breaker on the 50 amp plug. I see this as a safety issue and would not return for this reason. However, that being said, if you are ok with this, the sites are great for an overnight stop or for several days to explore the area. - 15243
Jul 2016 - $15.00
We stayed at this park while passing through and are glad we found it. The Passport America rate is great. The park is clean. We have full hookups. It is off the main road so it is quiet. Met the owner and he is very friendly. The park only had 50 amp service, but the park has loaner adapters if needed. The park is small and has a few long term campers, but it is not a problem. It is a great place for a overnight or for a few days while visiting the area. Would definitely stay here again. We are from Middle Georgia and are no way affiliated with this park. - junmy3
Sep 2015 - $42.00
This is our 2nd year to use this facility when attending football games. The facility is only open for horse events and football weekends. The rate for football weekends is a flat $125. You can arrive as early as 8am on Thursday and must depart by 11am Sunday. Water and 30/50 amp available. Shower and toilets available, rated good by the men in our group. Dump station available. This is a great facility for football weekends if you like the idea of a 3 day tailgate. There is no shade or privacy, just a big gravel parking lot filled with lots of mostly friendly people. Reservations can easily be made on-line usually starting in July for the football season. All the staff are super friendly and efficient!! The shuttle to campus runs several hours before and after the game and is included in the rate. Only con: not open during basketball and baseball season. - the larks
Sep 2015 - $23.00
I have stayed here before in a full hook up site, but this last trip was dry camping. It was $70 for Thursday to Sunday. We were there for a Mississippi State home football game. Great location. Booking through their website is easy. I was able to run a portable generator for power and had plenty of room. I will be staying there again three more times this football season in a full hook up site. - Mitch Dorr
Oct 2014 - $42.00
We camped here for a MSU football game. The cost was a flat $125 for Thurs - Sunday. This was a perfect place to set up for the weekend with fellow tailgaters for the game. The wifi was excellent and they provided a free shuttle to/from the game. You can actually see the stadium from the park, so location is not far from campus. The sites were wide and plenty of room in the large gravel parking lot to maneuver around. Hookups are at the rear. No sewer, but a dump station to use. We didn't use it, as there was a bit of a lineup on Sunday morning. The website and online booking system was excellent and easy to use. Would definitely stay here again. - tmiller505
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Tight spaces! Extra caution needed for tow vehicle and trailer tires, because landscaping timbers border campsites.
Basically a mud pit when it rains.
Outdated restroom and shower facilities, although they were clean. - Navretiree
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Great spot for what we needed. Didn't spend much time at the ground...only to sleep. No frills but good price for peace and quiet. 1 of the restrooms was more than dirty and wasn't cleaned during our stay. Easy in and out of the campground. Level gravel pads. Wifi worked well. We would stay here again! - Hschw
Feb 2016 - $25.00
The main problem is finding the entrance. Go about 1/4 mile past the large church and then the campground is on the left. Gravel sites, full hookups, fairly tight. Well shaded if you are here in hot weather. Swampy ground so probably buggy in warm weather. Fine for an overnight. We will stay again. - Seeingtheusa.com
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This park is operated by the College of Forestry Resources of the Mississippi State University. The website requests that one call before arrival to reserve a site - we called a couple of days before our planned visit and left a a message; the park manager returned our call a few hours later. It's an easy place to find - right off MS Hwy 25 south of Starkville. The campground is not much to look at - dirt roads, lots of sheds and vehicles and some older rigs that appear to have been here a while. Ten of the 13 sites have cement pads and each has full hookups. The bathhouse leaves a lot to be desired: it was "sorta-kinda" clean, but afforded no privacy unless you lock the door. Each half is just a large bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower all out in the open. If you're drying off after a shower and someone opens the door, there you are for all the world to see. This is definitely not a destination campground, but is adequate for an overnight stop. - WxToad
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Small park with only 8 sites. Easy access into park and inside park as well. All sites are gravel back-ins with full hookups. Owner was out of town so her mother came and checked us in, fast and friendly. Park is clean, lots of trees for shade. Very quiet. We were in Site 6, we had to take the hose connect from Site 8 (per owners instructions) as the last people who stayed here took it with them. The site is plenty long enough for our 37-foot Class A, storing the tow-dolly and parking the car. This site is nice and wide, others are more narrow, no picnic table or fire ring. There is no WiFi and our Verizon signal was okay. There are no bathrooms or laundry on site. We stayed March 14-17, 2018 and paid $25.00 a night with no discounts. Just minutes from downtown Columbus. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jan 2018 - $32.00
Be cautioned: our GPS took us to The Pines on a very round-about route and to a wrong location a 1/2-mile south of its actual address. It is primarily a manufactured home park, with a few, large, empty concrete FHU pads available for nightly rental to RVers. The brand-new managers (from Iowa) led us to our site and turned on the water (it had been very cold earlier in the week). The park is located on a very busy arterial street, but has a big, well-maintained coin-op laundry right next door. No restrooms, showers, WiFi, or cable TV, so slightly overpriced for the services offered and you must be fully self-contained. But it worked well for us for a one-night stay in mid-winter. - fanrgs
Nov 2017 - $25.00
Small RV park in the edge of Columbus off Hwy 82. Very convenient, easy to find, a little tight on the entrance but negotiable for big rigs. Gravel drive and pads, level and in good shape. Mostly back-ins with about 4 pull-thrus. Full hookups, everything works but water spigot are low in the ground and tight to hook up. A lot of highway noise, you don't hear it with the ac running. Appeared to be mainly full-timers and some overnighters. No reservations and never saw the owner, just a registration slip and honor box. There is a laundry room and what I think was a storm shelter. The next exit down has restaurants, groceries and gas. Decent overnight stop but not a destination park. - Andrew65
Oct 2011 - $7.00
This is a nice park on the Tenn-Tom Waterway. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park has tree sites and open sun sites with trees in rear of site. Sat. systems will work on most sites but not all. We could pick up a number of channels over the air on TV. You have sites 1 through 10 with 30/50 amps, water, table, fire ring, and the hook pole. Sites 1 through 10 are in open sun and Sat systems will work here. All others sites are 30 amps. Sites are cement, level and have a trash can. Nice dump station on the way out of park. Park is very dark at night with very little lights. No noise in this park. Verizon cell and MiFi air card worked fair here. The price was due to Golden Age card. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm and you have an exit gate to get out if you need to start before gates are open but cannot get in due to tire killers on this exit. If you like to fish or rest this is a great place to do it. Nice to see the tugs boats moving up and down the water way with large barges. Only bad part here is the two miles of rough road from Hwy 17 to gate house. State needs fix this problem, drive slow and you will be OK. - John Blue
Nov 2004 - $14.00
I do a lot of fishing, and I'll tell you that this is one of my favorite places to camp. The Park manger's are the nicest people. They keep the place in good condition. It's not a big campground, but that's what I like about it, there's a lot of peace AND quiet. The kids can run AND play without you being worried they'll get run over or hurt. And at night it's quiet, not a lot of hoopla being carried on. I camp here three or four times a year. Really, I could fill a whole page about how great this place is, if you want to go and relax, and get away from it all. TRY IT!!! You'll go back. - Crappie Lips