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. We camped at Mimosa Landing Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2008 - $26.00
We stayed here Thursday through Sunday. The staff was very friendly and accommodating as they changed our reservation as requested to arrive a day early and also due to weather (rain), they moved us to a dryer site. As stated, the weather was very bad and we had to stay inside most of the time. This park does hold water and could use some gravel to freshen things up and help keep water from pooling at the campsites. This did not detract from the overall quality of this campground. We will return and look forward to spending some time here during better weather. We camped at Mimosa Landing Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $20.00
This campground was just plain fun. The sites are gravel and tend to get swampy in the rain. There are trees everywhere and the river front sites are definitely river front sites. We had lovely views from our coach. The sites are wide. There is a fishing pond, a great pool, clubhouse, bathhouse and one can access the river by going down the staircase in the rear of the grounds. There are some woody trails to explore with the kids and the staff is friendly. Many folks have their golf carts with them, pets are welcome and kids are having fun all over. Some folks are there full time, but not on the river front. It is a bit rustic and natural. We did not have DirectTV yet, and I noticed most people have stand alone satellite dishes. Be careful to turn left when exiting the CG; otherwise you will end up in a brick yard! I really liked this spot and only give it a 7 because of its rustic atmosphere which may not be to the likeing of some RVr's, and because it gets so messy when wet. If I recall correctly, there is 30 amp at each site. I will go back often because it is so laid back and natural. We were able to park a 42' MH on the river, although not many of those sites will allow it. We camped at Mimosa Landing Campground in a Motorhome.
Enjoyed our stay at this campground. New owners are very pleasant. They seem to be doing some improvements. They now have free wifi, but it only works on half the campground. We would have to walk up close to the office to get it to work. We have camped here several times over the years, and our DirecTV has always worked (of course we have a very long cord). Campground was very clean. The only thing we didn't like was that they now allow golf carts and four wheelers. There was only one four wheeler there, but the little guy kept riding it till about midnight. Seems like this should go under the quiet time rules. We stay up late, so this didn't keep us awake, but I'm sure it would be a nuisance to some of the older folks who like to go to bed early. The campground is really too small for golf carts and four wheelers. We will return as we love spending time on the Pearl River. Boat launch nearby and small dock at campground. Nice sandbars on this area of the river, and great fishing. We camped at Mimosa Landing Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2006 - $26.00
A nice smaller campground with excellent hosts. Right on the Pearl River. This park has new owners and, hopefully, they will add cable tv and wi-fi. A good place for a night or two. Heavily wooded so your satellite dish probably won't work here-another reason why they need cable. We camped at Mimosa Landing Campground in a Motorhome.