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4 RV Parks near Columbia, Mississippi
Oct 2017 - $23.00
All other campgrounds we stay at enforce a 10:00 quiet time. Not this one! It claims to have a 10:00 quiet time during the weekdays and 12:00 on weekends. What a joke! In fact, I'm at the campgrounds now. It's 1:50 in the morning and I am lying here wide awake. Why? The campsite across from us is blaring music as is another nearby site. People are partying and yelling in all directions. I called the office earlier to ask them to take care of it and they didn't do a thing. It's all about partying here. Too bad because it is actually a nice place along the Pearl River.
Don't be fooled by their "under new management" campaign because the management does not care. Also, our site did not have electricity or fire pit. We had to run electricity from a nearby site. The lots are spacious. The site surface is dirt. This is the last time that we will be here. - Tentx6
Jul 2012 - $26.00
The owner was very friendly and accommodating. There is no cable TV and very few spots where a satellite would get a signal. She placed us in a spot where we could get a signal and also near the building where the Wi-Fi router was located. The Wi-Fi signal was weak and kept dropping off. This is truly a campground, not an RV park. There were a few pull-throughs, which are short, and you would still have to unhook. Roads are very narrow, with small branches hanging down. I said all of this as information, not complaining. It is a nice little campground for a family outing. - phaeton31808
Jan 2009 - $28.00
We were at the park 4 nights over the January 1st holiday. The park would not honor the Good Sam discount on a Holiday weekend even though they did for 5 others in our group. The trash was only emptied once while we were there and when it rained the spaces were about 6 inches deep and we had to dig trenches to empty out the water. We also consider firewood at $1.00 a stick is too much. We have spent the last 3 New Years and have been there for Easter but most likely won't go back. - Bud Mitchell
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 2017 - $33.00
My husband and I stayed for 3 nights in our travel trailer with our 3 small dogs. The grounds were beautifully maintained. We enjoyed the sunset over the lake every evening. We mainly camp to relax so we mainly spent our time walking, cooking out, and playing with the dogs. We did not try out the disk golf, zip lines, or rent a canoe. The RV sites in the small loop where we stayed were pretty far apart. The concrete pad for your RV is not very wide so bring a rug for your chairs unless you don't mind sitting in the dirt. Some of the sites had wooden decks so this would not be a problem. - MissBamaNurse
May 2017 - $28.00
My family was extremely disappointed with our trip. We paid for 5 nights and ended up leaving 2 days early because the park began to fill up with not 1 or 2 loud obnoxious campers but almost the whole camping area was taken over by locals, with loud music blaring from their golf carts driven by intoxicated adults, while children and pets roamed free. Obviously those who came knew that there was a lack of authority and that management did not enforce their own rules, and used the campground for a party spot, not actual "camping". It was not a kid-friendly atmosphere once the party showed up, which was just getting started (which is why we left early)...very disappointing. Also the lake is full of stumps that are hard to see for boaters when the water is high. - bmz03
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful! Park did fill up after we arrived but we didn't feel cramped. Poor internet service with verizon cell phone. Will go again though. - Roscoe201
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