Small park. Friendly staff. Picnic tables falling down but lots were not crowded. Close to I-10 so traffic noise. Clean restrooms/showers. - Sygarner
This park is clean at the office area, but there is a junk appliance place right in front of it. Park is NOT secure; anyone can come in or out at any time. It is right next to an interstate exit, and you hear trucks all night! Bathrooms were never unlocked. We were in a pop up camper and were never told there was no bathroom access. We were in town for a softball tournament and no shower was NOT acceptable. We checked in on Fri. afternoon, and left on Sat. morning early because of this. It's been 2 months, and we cannot get these people to answer the phone or return my calls. We paid for 2 nights and cannot get a refund of the 2nd night. Some of the campers there are actually people who live there. You could tell the campers had not been moved in years! I do not recommend anyone staying at this place. They need to be shut down! - BamaGirl2
Not worth the money. The park is an okay place to spend the night. Asked for a satellite friendly site and was assigned a space directly under a large tree. Had to exit the park and come back in to get to a new site. Park has several fire ant mounds close to sites. Use caution when connecting utilities! All sites have level concrete pads. Many, many signs warning to not drive or park on grass. - davedopp
This site is very quiet and generally good people all around. It is close to a lot of nice activities. - Migrant one
We love this park - we stay here every time we come to the Gulf Coast. It is conveniently located - walking distance to 2 grocery stores and several fast food places. The manager is the perfect combination of friendly and no-nonsense and keeps the campground looking nice and running well. An added perk is that we can get our HDT and 45’ fifth wheel into the pull-throughs there. The pull-throughs are good for satellite reception and the upper area of the park is full of beautiful live oaks. The other campers are friendly but not overly so and our kids love the pool. We have stayed in campgrounds all over the US and this is one of our favorites. - Behemoth
Their website photos make it look better than it is. We could get a pull thorghu for our 40' coach + toad so we booked it, and when we got here, I regretted. But here we are for 2 nights. Staff are very friendly and helpful but this is one we would not have found the access road if we'd not called ahead. It's a very old place, very tight spaces, few pull throughs, narrow lanes and apparently people live here, snow birds, too. I don"t understand the previous comments about a shopping center. There is a liquor store and McDonalds near along the road but no shopping center. We leave after our 2nd night which is already paid for, and I would not return here. This is like an old dumpy campsite with packed spaces. Not very flat, but our jacks leveled us out. It was quiet enough last night. - Pat and Jerry
This park was a surprise. Very clean, great laundry with 4 machines, paved, level sites and cable was good. We also had good ATT reception. The park is very close to the Gulf, casinos, lots of restaurants and shopping.
We were in the area to visit our son. The park made us feel very safe and noise from the interstate was not a problem for us.
If we returned we would stay here again. - dalenoel
Good overnight location. Electric and water pressure good. Wifi slow but good. Site was wet but they have had a lot of rain lately. Cement pads are small and in need of repair. Host was friendly and check in was quick. - Warmth
Stayed here for three days on our way west. Not far from Gulfport proper and
easy access to 90 for the scenic Mississippi Gulf Coast Drive. We broke it up into
two days, went east one day and west the other. About 10 miles from Biloxi.
Easy access to I-10. Lots of shopping, malls and outlet stores nearby if that's
Very friendly, helpful staff.
A bit noisy, as it is right next to the freeway. But, with the warm temps and air
conditioning running most of the time, you don't hear it.
Full hook ups 30/50 with cable. Both pull through and back in sites.
Unfortunately, while we were here there were flood watches, warnings the whole time.
Pretty much constant rain, thunder and lightening.
The campground was soaked. The actual sites were raised a bit and dry but getting to them and
out of them meant driving through some HUGE puddles.
Bathrooms with showere were clean, okay. Not the best and definitely not the worst we have see
during our travels. Was told there is a laundry room but did not utilize it.
Great spot for an overnight, or if you plan on spending your days exploring the coast. Not a
destination in itself.
They do accept Passport America. - Kgtraveler
bizarre rv park within view of the beach. looks like they are biding time until they can sell to builders for higher $$. no plants, no grass, no trees. just gravel (and that means the very large kind)as far as the eye can see. attraction seems to be the casinos in the area so who cares what happens in the rv park. - chopper989
We stayed 3 nights. The sites are gravel, but level. Full hookups. Camp was not full so we had plenty of room and could see the gulf from our site. We were in site 53. Unfortunately it was cold and rainy while we were there, but the staff was nice - delivered propane to us and answered all our questions. - Linda604
This park is OK for a couple of days. The part we stayed in is essentially a gravel parking lot with utilities. Sites were rather short but wide enough, and didn't have tables. Wi-Fi and cable were adequate. It's a short walk to the beach and you can see the beach from your site. There is no pool and the gulf water is dark and not something I would swim in. The beach is nice for walking, though. There are loud trains nearby but they didn't bother us much at night. There is not much noise from the main road. The folks in the office were very friendly and made us feel welcome. I did not visit the restrooms or the laundry room, so cannot comment on them but I'm sure they were clean, as the owners seem to take pride in their park. Convenient to shopping and restaurants. - Luvtheroad
We found this to be a convenient overnight stop on our way to Florida. We were given a long paved pull-thru space with full hookups and 50 amp service (which accommodated our 40 foot motorhome and tow vehicle with room to spare.) Departure in the morning was pretty easy, in spite of a truck and work trailer parked in the road across from us. The road itself was quite wide. - The Borgs
Do not stop here if you use showers or rest rooms, they are not acceptable for multiple reasons. This is a mobile home park with a few spaces for transient RV's. The $30 fee for no amenities and unacceptable showers/restrooms is far too much. Cash only, they do not take credit cards. Wi-Fi non-existent and I wish camp owners would stop pretending they have it just because they can get internet in their office. - imagardener
Not a destination park, Southern Oaks Mobile Home Community is just as it’s name implies – it’s a park that has mostly homesteaders but obviously they do take in travelers. It’s close to the interstate, easy in and out on paved roads and we were escorted to a nice, level blacktop pull through site. They do have Wi-Fi but because the area was being blasted with thunderstorms it would be in but mostly out of service. We relied on our Verizon MiFi. The park is close by the Gulfport Biloxi International Airport but because of the storms we never heard any planes either landing or taking off. Walmart and other convenience stores plus restaurants are within easy driving distance. We were escorted to our site and with their Passport Rate we would definitely stay here again as a one niter. Our fee reflects the Passport America rate. - 5thwheeler