3 Parks near Grenada, Mississippi
Jan 2016 - $29.00
PROS-Located right off of I-55-Beth and Larry are friendly and helpful-power and wi-fi are strong which was good it was cold and we were using a electric heater to help keep up. About half way between Memphis and Jackson Mississippi-our pull through site was long enough to handle our 5th wheel with the truck hooked up.
CONS-Older park-no cable
Would we stay here again? Great for over night. - Traveler II
Nov 2015 - $28.00
1 overnight stay. Larry and Beth were most accommodating and friendly.
Our site was a reasonably level pullthru. Long enough to accomodate our 32' MH & toad to remain hooked. Utilities were easy to access. Good 50A. Site was grassy. Trash receptacles close by with sturdy lids.
Interior roads are gravel packed that could use some smoothing out. There had been a considerable amount of rain prior to our arrival so travel areas were muddy.
The CG is located alongside I-55 divided by a tree row. We slept undisturbed.
Good wifi & air TV.
We would stay again. - D Curf
Aug 2015 - $29.00
Gravel roads and sites, concrete pad, some grass for walking dogs. Some TV, wifi did not work. Close to interstate, lots of road noise. Friendly office staff, barky dogs from permanents in park. - sunbum
May 2013 - $30.00
We did not stay at this park due to the condition of it. We drove through the park as we were staying near by. Wanted to see what the park was like. If you have a fifth wheel or a motorhome the park would be difficult to manage due to the low overhanging limbs and narrow access roads. The park is overgrown, and you will almost certainly sustain roof damage due to the tree limbs. Travel trailers and tent campers would most likely do fine. Big rigs beware. - Buddman
Jul 2010 - $18.00
Not what I expected from state park. Fish-camp atmosphere. Noisy neighbors. The Ranger/CG Host presence was minimal. Sites appear not well maintained. - woundtight
May 2009 - $16.00
This is a state park that sits next to the spillway below the Grenada Lake Dam. It is an old park with lots of shade. Sites are close together. Pads are gravel. There are long runs to get to power/water. It is a "low" campground so when it rains many of the sites become flooded. With the close sites it is a very noisy campground. Lots of kids creating noise also. It is very secure, ranger and local police patrols frequently. This was our 1st time camping there and we are not into being that close with all the noise. Will probably not go there again. - dmoore1108
Oct 2015 - $10.00
The sites were all concrete and very spacious. They were very level. Most were either on the lake or had a view of the lake. We camped in a 31 foot class C. The sites were very long and had an additional parking pad. There was a playground, but no hiking. The only walking was around the campground. The pressure from the water faucet was very high. - winnie1
Jan 2015 - $10.00
We try to stay in a COE Campground every chance we get because they are generally very good. North Abutment did not disappoint us. We stayed in site 75 which is a nice size paved lakeside pull-through. The water pressure was good as well as the electric. The bath house was dated but very clean with stainless steel facilities.
We decided to stay here because of previous reviews and we have to say we were not disappointed. - Tfox12547
Nov 2014 - $10.00
This is a great campground. Lots of long, paved sites with water and electric and heated bathrooms, which were a real treat since it was quite cold while we were there. There are wonderful views across Grenada Lake. The hosts were quite helpful and friendly. We'd stayed there before and would stay again. - Desert Beacon