1 Park near Collinsville, Mississippi
May 2016 - $10.00
This is a well manicured park, gravel sites are almost all lakeside, and spacious. The site pad was generous with room for a tent in addition to sitting area, large picnic table, and fire ring. The camp hosts are friendly and helpful. I did not see any hiking trails, but the grounds and roads gave ample and safe walking/running/biking opportunities. Water and Electric only, but dump station was well maintained. Great value for America the Beautiful Pass holders. We stayed in a 33' 5th wheel and had no problems navigating the roads or sites. - the Fishers
Feb 2016 - $9.00
This Corps of Engineers park is on Okatibbee Lake, a flood control reservoir. Like many other COE campgrounds, this one is very well maintained and everything is clean and welcoming. Sites are spacious, mostly shaded, and consist of fine gravel held in place by wooden berms. The extent of the fine gravel is such that virtually the whole site is included. The rate shown reflects a 50% discount for the federal senior pass. Premium sites right on the water are a couple of dollars more. During our mid-week stay, there was only one other camper in our loop. No wi-fi, but our Verizon card worked perfectly and over-the-air TV did as well. We'd stay here again, especially given the excellent value and pretty scenery. - Jay Rutherford
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