6 Parks near Enid, Mississippi
Jun 2016 - $9.00
We stayed on Site 56 backing up to the lake but not right on it. It is very clean and easy in and out for big rig. Not very close to restaurants. We will stay here again when we can get a site, they do have some drive through sites, but are usually taken for the weekend. COE. - Montie
Apr 2015 - $9.00
This is one of the nicest COE parks that we have stayed at, even with the cut backs they keep it up. Pads are concrete and water and electric hook ups are in great place. Most sites have some type shade and all have water view. Close to I-55 but no traffic noise. Park rangers travel thru campground often. Each spot has picnic tables and grill. Bath houses are cooled and heated and were clean even with the park being quite full. - roaming around
Mar 2015 - $20.00
My family of 4 stayed 4 days on site 72 which we loved! Fishing was great. Kids rode bikes. Swimming area is nice. The lake is awesome. We had no complaints while we were there except it rained one day which gave us a nice relaxing napping day. We did fresbie golf which we enjoyed thoroughly. We will definitely be back this summer!! - Camper Thompson
Jan 2016 - $9.00
Excellent park! The sites are concrete with a slab for your extra vehicle. There are concrete tables, fire rings, grills, and a pedestal for your gas grill. This park is laid out well. It has water and electric hookups and just a class park. If they had sewer I would have given it a ten. This is the best CIE I have been to. - Tammy7
Jun 2014 - $9.00
This was our first time at this COE campground. It is very similar to others in this area; clean rest rooms and showers, well maintained grounds, mostly level concrete pads (some but not many may require some leveling blocks), friendly volunteer staff, park ranger drive-throughs several times a day and night, good water pressure and consistent 120 volt service (fluctuated between 118v and 122v even with all the camper AC's running). They have closed the Woodpile loop indefinitely (sites #73 through #99). Rate includes discount for Senior Pass. Will definitely stay here again. - dmoore1108
Mar 2014 - $8.00
Nice Corps campground in a pretty location. Sites are long and well spaced. We had full hookups in our site (#18) and a great view of the lake. Price is with our senior pass. You just can't beat Corps of Engineers campgrounds for quality and value. - PegL
May 2016 - $25.00
Yocona Ridge Campground. This is one of the older campgrounds at the lake. The roads are very tight for rigs over 30 ft. Site 27 is still the best. Right on the lake. Large mature trees for shade. The pavement needs resurfacing that's the only downside. - MThome
Dec 2015 - $22.00
Wish we had gotten here earlier in the day... but by the time we arrived it was pitch black. I had called ahead and they said to just find a spot and pay the next morning. We tried Site #2 in Yacona Ridge, but my tester said the electrical was reversed polarity. I walked to Site #3, and the breaker wouldn't stay put. Finally got lucky with Site #4... good power, good water, though sewer was a bit of a reach for my tube. The site, though not level, was tolerable for one night. There were other RVers, but only about 20% of the sites we saw were filled.
Being a state park, there was no WiFi, but with 2 bars of Verizon and 3 bars of Karma, we were able to do some next-day planning without too much of a hassle.
The next morning, the view we had was spectacular with both the lake in the short distance and beautiful trees all around. As we toured around we came across a herd of ten deer, adding to the idyllic setting. It was very quiet, very peaceful (though it may be different when the weathers isn't cold and windy!).
The park personnel were friendly and helpful. We would enjoy coming back here with more time and warmer weather! - RobtL
Mar 2012 - $20.00
We absolutely loved this park. My oldest enjoyed fishing with his Dad while my younger son had a wonderful time playing with the other children at the playground. There are deer that can be seen late afternoon walking around in the field behind the campsites. The only downside was that the lake was low and there were not any sites that were very close to the water. Even with this, we will still be going back. The park even held a wonderful Easter egg hunt on the Saturday prior to Easter Sunday. - User2403
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We stayed overnight. Staff was very friendly. Park was clean and spacious. We did not use any of the facilities. It was really a nice park on our route. Wish it had cable. - Connie Mac
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Just stayed one night but it was great. Easy off and on I-55. Easy to maneuver through. Everything worked great. Good water pressure, steady 50 Amp. The best thing is the owner gentleman. For reasons I'd rather not discuss (my stupid mistake) when I got ready to leave Wednesday morning, my toad battery was dead. So I got that recharged and then tried to start it but no Bueno. Turns out it was out of gas. (Ok I confess that I left it running all night. Told you it was stupid.) Called the owner and he ran over with a gas can and gave me enough to get it started. Now that's good service! - Archer2
Jul 2016 - $29.00
As an overnight stop, this park worked just fine. It was small but very neat and tidy, and the owner guided us to our site which was long enough for our coach and truck and 2nd vehicle. Water and power were good and there is a nice little area in the back to walk the dog. There was some road noise from the interstate. The highlight of our stay was eating at Carmella's restaurant downtown. The pasta and pizza were fantastic! - Wandering Daughter
May 2016 - $18.00
Clean and quiet. It was a Sunday however. Our site (92) was super spacious. Most sites appeared well spaced with large grassy areas. Our site was paved and level. Check-in was simple and quick. Sewer connection would give it a 10. The overall campground had a lot of trees but our camper area had no shade. - Hipcrip
Feb 2016 - $18.00
We were going to stay here based on reviews but when we arrived the park was almost empty and appeared very run down. A lot of sites share water and requires you to have a long water hose. Our first impression was bad so we moved on down the road to another campground. This was only the second MS state park we went to and it did not compare to Lefluers Bluff in Jackson which we liked very much. I would not return to this park again. - Zoom45V
Oct 2015 - $14.00
Stayed 2 nights here while watching grandson play baseball in Oxford. This park is clean and quiet. Be sure to have at least 65' of water hose to reach faucet. - HaveDieselWillTravel
May 2016 - $10.00
Near perfect campground. Love COE. We had large waterfront site in the sun. Nice view of lake with beautiful trees all around. 2 bars of 4G. No Wi-Fi. Few channels off TV antenna. Doesn't get much better. Also had a bbq. Site 75 is a pull-through. - smitty12
May 2016 - $20.00
I almost hate to comment on this park because it is so awesome! The sites are huge, the staff and the hosts are great, and the price for what you get is unreal. We usually don't use the bath houses, but checked them out just for the heck of it and they were uber clean. We were only there for one night, but got to know the hosts so well there were hugs all around when we left in the morning. Great place, and will definitely be back any chance we get. Make reservations! - Ron and Terri
May 2016 - $20.00
Bathrooms are old and the walls are deteriorating, but flawlessly maintained. No joke. I have never seen bathrooms taken so well care of in a public location.
The spaces are nicely spaced and pretty darn level.
Very much worth the drive to go out of your way. No wifi, but I have Verizon Jetpack Mifi with full bars.
Lots of tall trees and spots with more shade than others, but you can get some with partial and have the best of both worlds. Its not too hot right now, so enjoyable spots up by the water in the direct sun midday. - Joanyponyexpress