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9 RV Parks near Collins, Mississippi
Sep 2009 - $18.00
Lake Mike Conner was our fist choice when we took our new to us camper out for the first time. We had a great weekend stay, met a lot of nice people and saw a lot of people we already knew. This is a lake that is very close to us. Seeing people I knew made me relax and enjoy my stay even more. It was clean and spacious, but nothing fancy, for us it was all about getting away from it all! And that's what we did. - Judy & Jr
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Staff at hotel not helpful during check in.
Park in bad shape, unlevel lots, pedestals leaning over, poor to no lighting.
Copied drivers license and credit card to keep on file in spite of objection.
Save yourself some trouble and find another park! - RevLaughlin
Dec 2011 - $27.00
Don"t go here especially if you are over 36ft. and towing. Sites just cut out in some woods on top of a hill above motel and low end apts. Be careful or you will scrape going in and out. If you make a wrong turn going into motel you are in trouble. Had to check in a motel, no office, clerk said to just go to top of hill and turn into park. No assigned spaces, finally had to get out of coach and wander around trees to find the last pull through. No amenities, no nothing, never again. - nathans
Oct 2010 - $24.00
It is located off US 49 about a mile south of it's intersection with Main Street, behind the Best Western. Check in is at the Best Western and the campground is maybe 1/4 mile up the hill and behind trees. This location makes for very tolerable traffic noise. You can walk down to the Burger King, Huddle Restaurant or a Catfish place. Spacious sites under tall pine trees. - Seawolf
Jul 2013 - $18.00
This rustic public park is located about four or so country miles off of US 49. Well marked on US 49, smaller signs lead to the park. Roads are narrow and some turns can be sharp, thus my questionable review on big rig access. However, there is little traffic, and there were 5ths in the park. We arrived late, set up in the dark. Morning light revealed an open lawn pine tree setting near a lake. Apparently, all sites are FHU. Utilities were fine. PVC sewer connects come out of the ground at a 30 degree angle, making the connect with the hose at risk of causing a spill. Site pads were chopped up by a ditch witch when electrical was upgraded, leaving unpaved trenches across the pad. Not all sites were level by any means, some had steep dropoffs to the picnic table. Primitive dump station was a PVC pipe, a screw on cap, and a potable hose connect about 20 feet away with no hose, all on bare ground. Never saw that before. Bath house doors propped open all night with the lights on, which attracted a large number of mid-summer insects, thus the unclean bathroom rating. Small, insignificant swing set for kids. An off road bicycle trail is available. CSpire phone was 4 bar 3G. DTV scanning picked up 40 channels. Manager was met at the entry gate in the morning, friendly fellow. Only 5 campers in the park, including us. Appears to be primarily a weekend local fishing spot. Overall, a very rustic feel with some significant site upgrades needed to the pavement and leveling. The high ratings by previous reviewers drew us to the park, but I can rank this CG barely average with a 4 compared to other high scoring locations. This is no 8-10. When in the area again, we would opt for someplace else, probably over to Bassfield. - The Happy Traveler
Aug 2012 - $16.00
This park is five miles off of 49. It is very quiet and peaceful with 28 sites. They have just finished up grading the electrical system. Lots of trees and plenty of space between sites. The pads are blacktop, some do need attention. They are in the middle of adding more sewer hook ups, so all most all site now have this. The road in can be narrow at times, but passable. The park people we dealt with were first class. This park is not used a lot, seems lost to the traveling RV'er. We were here this Labor day week end and there were only three of us in the entire park. The bad is we had no cell service, but that was good in a way. We will be back. Should have wonderful fall colors and spring colors here. - Frank Henn
Nov 2009 - $7.00
We loved this quiet, rural County (or State, not sure which) Park. The price quoted was based on Passport America rate. This park also had laundry facilities, which is rare in municipal parks (we've found). Lovely walking trails and a lovely huge large. The only negative was we were not able to get satellite reception because of all the gorgeous trees. We would most definitely return here. - tpw0607
Nov 2018 - $22.00
We stayed just one night in a 40 foot fifth wheel. We don't typically rate overnight stops but this one is special. This is one of eight water parks that are part of the Pat Harrison Waterway System. The sites were full hookup, 50 amp, large level sites, in a great location with a great view. We were here in the fall and the weather was cold with a significant freeze coming. The park was nearly deserted but it looks like the kind of place that would be hopping during the summer time. The park is very well maintained and simply beautiful. I would definitely stay here longer if plans allowed. Sorry but too cold and rainy for photos. You might prefer a back-in site as they too had plenty of room. The pull thru sites in this loop had patios that faced the road which I am not at all fond of. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Apr 2018 - $22.00
Roads paved a bit tight in a few places. Sites: paved with 20/30/50 amp power, water and sewer. Mostly level but maybe at extremes of leveling system. Note on sewer - pay attention to location of sewer when positioning your rig. I had to use 2 hoses and back up 15' to reach the connection. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Showers had good pressure and plenty of hot water. Verizon phone and Mifi worked fine. No CG wifi. Host helpful and friendly. Reservations are made by phone only. It has a nice little lake for paddling around in and allows water skiing and jet skies. Nice quiet park with good facilities. We'd stay here again. - pumper9x9
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Stayed here for a weekend to visit family. Park staff were very accommodating and helpful. The fire rings had some trash in them but otherwise the park was very clean and well kept. - AGCampingCrew
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This is a small RV park with very nice owners. They were very helpful. There is 1 washer and 1 dryer but no showers or toilets. We were in a 40 ft 5th wheel in a site that accommodated our trailer and large truck with 8 ft bed. Our site included full hook-ups (water, power, sewer). Picnic tables are provided but ours was in poor shape and should be replaced; we did not use it. We stayed one week at this location while we were visiting friends in Collins, MS. There were a few long term clients who kept their sites clean and tidy. The location was very quiet. - Sheilas Reviews
Apr 2018 - $34.00
As an overnight stay, it was off the beaten path and a little difficult to find. The one way in was rough and so narrow that meeting another vehicle was like being on a causeway with water on both sides. We were in #1 again, which was really a wide spot with utilities. No tree or picnic table. Friendly check in, with 2 ladies helping a new person. Had a nice pool. - Yeager
Mar 2018 - $20.00
You travel for a mile on what seems like farm roads (and I don't mean "FM" roads), but that is a good thing as the other parks in the area seemed to be right beside the highway.
Grassy, back-in sites beside a cute lake complete with oversize ducks. Acceptable as-is but brand-new owner plans on upgrading the Bath House and Laundry.
OTA channels sufficient but DirecTV box available for rent. As has been mentioned, satellite wi-fi is available only in clubhouse. I stayed here for a week, however my next visit will be for a month. - Halfmast
Feb 2018 - $20.00
What a pretty park this is. The entry and exit roads are one-way roads, so no worries of running into anyone. Roads in the park are easy to navigate as well. There are over 70 sites, most all of them are back ins. They have a few cabins for rent as well. Most of the sites back up to one of the lakes on the property. Check in was fast and friendly. The laundry room and bathrooms were clean. We were is Site 41, full hookups and 50amp. Site was a bit unlevel and average width and just long enough for 37-foot Class A and room on the site for our tow-dolly. There is no WiFi but our Verizon Jetpack worked fine. There are plenty of places for dog walking, with paths around the lakes. They also have a fenced dog park. We stayed February 6-13, 2018 and paid $20 a night with a combination Passport America and Good Sam discounts. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Oct 2017 - $20.00
This gentleman was the gracious host and owner of the stables/camping area near the Longleaf Trace. Just 5 back-in sites near the barn and next to a pasture with goats and horses. We were the only ones here. It would have been a tight fit for our small 5th wheel if there were other RV's present. I can't say that it's "big rig friendly," but from my understanding, the sites aren't used very much.
It was great for us because we were here to ride bikes on the Longleaf Trace, which is only a couple of blocks away. Very beautiful and quiet here. You'll most likely have the place to yourself - nice! - LatLongJohn
Feb 2016 - $20.00
We returned to this campground so we could ride our trikes on the Longleaf Trace. Not much has changed since our last visit, except that the pleasant and helpful owner and his son are now raising goats, so campers can expect to see plenty of goats, horses, miniature horses, and a braying donkey. Unless one is animal-phobic, they are a lot of fun; bring old bread for treats. The beagles have moved down the road. The sites are tight and a couple of them were damp after the recent rains. We have not seen another camper when we were there, and odds are you would be the only one when visiting. FHU included in rate shown. Some of the cable TV wires have pulled out of their jacks, so there was no cable but OTA reception was good. Good cell and data coverage. Any time we're in the area and want to ride the trace, we'll stay here. - Jay Rutherford
Jul 2013 - $20.00
A small private campground providing stable services for equestrian activities and bicycling along the 46 mile long Longleaf Trace Rail Trail. Owner is quite friendly and knowledgeable about the area and Longleaf Trace. Campground consists of five sites dedicated to RVing, and four sites for tents. Each of the five RV sites is FHU. Utilities worked fine. RV sites are grassy and tent sites are gravel. We had to use one set of levelers on the utility side of the camper. Access is snug in sites 3-5 due to small back-in turning radii. I believe a large trailer, fifth wheeler, and motor home could maneuver only into site 1 or site 2. Owner said he rarely gets more than three RVs at a time. Quiet. About two blocks off of MS 52. There are some friendly horses there, but if you are a kid and not bicycling with parents on the Trace, there is really nothing to do. There was a healthy population of non-biting black ants. A scout had found its way in by the next afternoon. Check-out time was whenever, in other words, enjoy life. Cash only. CSpire phone service was 5 bars and 3G. DTV had all five networks and independents, excellent over the air signals. CATV connect was on the water post, but it had no signal. No Wi-Fi, so we used our phones. For bicycling, the Longleaf Trace is one of the nicest trails in the South. We rode from Bassfield to Prentiss and back in July! Lots of water stops on the Trace. We would definitely return to this campground to serve as a base camp for riding the remainder of the Trace. - The Happy Traveler
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Perfect for an overnight just north of Hattiesburg. Lots of long term but mostly well maintained. Easily accessible with our 40' fiver and extra vehicle. Staff friendly and accommodating. Didn't use facilities but everything wit our site worked just fine. We did not connect to cable so we can't say how good that was. WiFi was typical for a campground. Basic internet access. Perfect for our needs. Cute country store nearby. - jnlo
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at Shady Cove for an extended period of time. We are full-timers so we are in a lot of RV Parks. We found the manager and her husband unfriendly and almost confrontational and defensive with simple questions, although they did have fairly good availability by cell phone. The 50 amp service fried our electric cord and we had to get a new one as soon as we pulled out (that was when we found it when we unhooked, thankful it had not caused a fire). The park was not well-maintained with the grass often growing to our knees before it would be mowed. The wi-fi was not usable. The cable TV was good with approximately 30 channels. The showers and bathroom appeared to not be cleaned daily. We did not use the laundry facility to rate it. The lighting is minimal so we stayed in anytime after dark. There are only dirt roads and the sites do not even have gravel (just dirt), so when it rained we were buried in mud. The owner seems to be more accommodating to the numerous long-timers in the park that have full sites of 'stuff' so it is obvious they are not going anywhere (less than tidy), rather than RVers. This was one of the worst RV Parks we have ever stayed in and would not recommend it or return. - Keep It Simple
Dec 2017 - $40.00
We stopped at the Shady Cove RV Park for one night and the park owners were very nice and accommodating allowing for easy after hours check in. The sites were gravel and level, the gravel area outside of the parking pad was a little on the muddy side. The trails were plentiful for walking the dogs although they were quite wet. Water, sewer, and 50 amp hook ups were very nice. The cable connection was very strong with over 40 channels. We did not have a code to access the bathhouses but the surrounding area was clean and well kept. - T Nation