1 Park near Collinsville, Mississippi
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Black Gum Loop is first come first serve, sites 29-38 are close together and shorter for the larger RV. Sites 39-50 are spaced out a little more and will accommodate 42 ft Motorhome. Loblolly loop is heavily treed and most sites are tight for a MH with slides. Sites 2,4,5,6,8,17,19,&23 looked the best for me and larger motorhome.
Quiet week with only about 7 campers in our loop. 15 yards from water, garbage cans at your site, bathhouse is about 3/4 mile away. We will definitely camp here again. - FTatcret2013
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Campground spots are a little close but were large with gravel area.
Nice lake and piney woods. Over air TV was good but satellite would be a little hard to get with all the trees. Check your power if using 50 amps; we had to move because our spot didn't work. Checked other spots and mud daubers had built nest in the 50 amp plug-ins. - southernsky
Jul 2015 - $20.00
This COE campground is a great find in Mississippi on a beautiful reservoir. Most campsites are well shaded. We were at #12. It is very shaded and spacious with a large grassy area behind. It was a little tricky backing in because of some trees, but we managed. There are several boat tie up spots behind those campsites with good kayak launch access. The saw grass can be overwhelming, but beautiful. I love that there was a garbage can available at our campsite. I didn't like that with no sewer hookup available the bathrooms were 1/4 mile away. Bicycles made that easier. It's a nice place for families, boaters, kayakers, bikers, but if you don't have a boat, don't expect a great deal of fishing access. - kayakinmom