6 RV Parks near Guntown, Mississippi
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Guntown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Guntown in the left hand column.
Nov 2017 - $39.00
The campground is off US-45 just north of I-22. Relatively easy on/off the highway. Check-in was easy, although I would recommend a reservation as a steady stream of RVs came in until early evening. The park is laid out on a steep hillside. Sites are terraced down the hill with a few long term sites at the base of the hill. Our site was narrow, but ample for our use. It was long enough so we didn't need to unhook. All utilities worked as expected. WIFI and cable are included, although the WIFI was unavailable in the evening. The grade on the way out was quite a climb. Given the terrain, I think I'd look for another campground when in the area again. - 15243
Oct 2017 - $39.00
Campers should know this place is "CASH ONLY". We were here on an overnight stay. The people are helpful and friendly. We realized that we had been to this park before on a previous trip. We would come back again. - Florida Bob
Oct 2017 - $37.00
We stayed here for 3 nights on a trip north from Florida to Missouri. Our plan was to spend 2 days touring the area with a focus on the Natchez Trace (see below). The campground is well located with convenient highway access and LOTS of local shopping.
The park is hilly with lots of trees. This is good as it creates a better sense of privacy despite sites being close together. Sites are generally level on gravel, do not have pads/patios, but do have tables. Most are fairly long/pull-thru. Hook-ups were in good condition. WiFi is free throughout the park, but speed is not great. Cable service is excellent.
The bathrooms leave a lot to be desired. They are clean, but generally unattractive and, I'd say, basic. All considered, I'd expected better. - P&R Miami
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Stayed here for two nights in our 21' Travel Trailer. We arrived after 7pm and there wasn't really much signage on what to do at the guard shack as you pull into the park. Drove down the road looking for signs until we found the campground. We had reserved online so we just looked for our site, it was reserved for us with a cone in the way. Site was large and very easy for us to back into. The turns around the loop are a little tight especially because someone on the site where the loop is tightest had several cars parked along the side making the fit tighter than it needed to be.
This is one of the few campgrounds I have ever been to where the site numbers are not on some sort of post near the front of the site. They are painted on the road in yellow numbers at the head of each site, so look there.
We checked in the with the office in the morning and they were friendly and helpful. Gave us a pass for the car and told us where the dumpster was. Bathrooms were clean and there is a coin laundry ($1.50 for wash $1.00 for dry). We stayed here because of its proximity to the Natchez Trace Parkway and several National Battlefields. We enjoyed our stay and would love to check out the lake here at the State park if we find ourselves back this way. - sjeuck
Jun 2017 - $14.00
Beautiful wooded park just minutes from Tupelo, surrounds a good sized lake with fishing piers and boat launches. Guest cabins are available, two disc golf courses that meander through the woods, large playground for kids as well as a softball field. Park is quiet and well maintained, especially for the budget cuts they're dealing with. Free showers, and laundry machines are available. Our Verizon service was spotty, alternating between 1 bar of LTE to 3 bars of 3G. - JustCallUsNomads
Mar 2017 - $16.00
The sites are rather hard to pull into because of the narrow circular road. There are full hook ups available. The showers and toilets were clean. There is laundry facilities. - Kwanyen
Sep 2017 - $11.00
I stayed here one night - Monday night of Labor Day weekend -- in pull through site 42 while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. Another great well-laid out COE park that is on a lake with a boat ramp and a swimming area and fishing docks. I was originally in site 30 but asked to move to the pull through site because I didn't want to unhook my tow car for a one night stay. Attendant was very courteous and helpful. There are several loops all of which have some sites that look out on the lake. The two pull through sites are on the main road near the restrooms. About half the sites are reservable. All are paved and looked quite level and almost all had some shade. Mine was flat which was nice -- the table and fire pit were up a flight of stairs in a wooded area that was very private. Overall a very nice site. Loop farthest from fee station was closest to swimming area and had the most campers. All loops had some openings. There is a museum but it was closed the day I was there. There are short paved hiking trails through the woods. The campground is very convenient to the highway, big rig friendly, and makes a great overnight stop or a place to spend some time with family and friends. Verizon worked well as did water and electric. All very well maintained and very quiet at night. There are a few sites with sewer available but neither of the pull throughs had sewer. - SoloRed
May 2017 - $9.00
We were lucky to get site 19 which is one of the two sewer sites in the park. It was used by campground hosts in the past. The concrete pad was level, large and well shaded. There were a lot of sites with lake views. These had one driveway shared between three to four sites. That could present a problem if everyone did not respect the parking areas. There was a nice pier and good trails between the campground loops. - winnie1
May 2017 - $22.00
We really did enjoy this campground. It was clean and very quiet. Fulton is a quiet small town, not a lot of restaurants. There is a WalMart and Tupelo is only about 20 minutes away. We would stay here again. - debmpd
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Very nice park. Too bad the lake is drained. Bathrooms cleaned twice a day. - MSSW
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Take it slow on the road into the campground. Very quiet CG on the water. We were on site 12 in a 40' 5th wheel. Trees on both sides, but we made it in. The road into the campground is horrible with MANY POTHOLES; that aside. Plenty of space for our 2 dogs (weims) to exercise and very nice neighbors. We stayed a week and will come back again. - Lyn Hirons
Oct 2016 - $21.00
We were looking for a campground in the area to break up a long drive. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We stayed here on a weeknight in October.
This is a small, pleasant campground. There are 4 different areas, we stayed in Deer Run. There were several sites on Trace Lake with nice views. There is space between the sites and most have shade. Verizon and ATT coverage were ok. - dsvt
May 2017 - $11.00
We stayed here two nights while traveling the Natchez Trace Parkway. The campground is about 15 miles from the Trace, out on a finger of land that juts into the lake. Many of the sites are on the water or have a water view. There are LOTS of trees, which is nice for shade but not so nice for maneuvering. We found a back-in that fit our 45' fifth wheel and HDT and getting into the space was challenging because the loop roads are kind of narrow. Some of the loops you shouldn't even go in (and we didn't) because the turns are too tight. The pull-through sites were nowhere near long enough for our big rig. Bathrooms were very clean. There were at least a couple basketball courts. Dump station was easy to access. We would stay here again, it was very peaceful and beautiful. - Denise and Glenn
May 2017 - $12.00
Many sights on the water. Spacious, quiet and relaxing. Our site is 47 and we are sitting on a small peninsula ten feet from the water. The campground is a bit removed from highway but the roads in were excellent. All the facilities are in great shape. They have a laundry, swimming area and boating. Rest rooms are very clean. They maintain the campground very well. It shows they take pride in making this campground special. For $12/night on the water it is hard to beat. We extended our stay an extra night. This campground is off the charts. - myo
Mar 2017 - $11.00
We have been coming here for almost 20 years for a family reunion about 20 miles away and are well acquainted with the area. We usually park in a different part of the part, but our normal section was closed until mid May for site upgrades. Our site was satisfactory, but the roads were narrow and quite hilly. - Teacher's Pet
Oct 2017 - $28.00
After a day's ride up the Trace, this was a nice find. The campground is located only a few feet off the trace w/o any road noise. Tupelo is very close if you care to drive to town. The site are an adequate width and length. Utilities were very good. Site was rather level -- no problems with our MH leveling. The pool was just up the small hill from us but we didn't go up to look. The grounds are well kept and it has two nice ponds. There appears to be a few long term or seasonal residents but each site was extremely clean and people friendly. Its not a destination place, but an excellent choice for overnight or a few days rest. We would use this again. - Bob & Ann
May 2017 - $24.00
Campsites very close together....most residents look like they stay there for extended periods...pool very far away from sites.... - long drive 99
Mar 2017 - $24.00
This is a very small park right off the Natchez Trace before getting into Tupelo from the south. The park has a few "tenants" but nothing to cause concern. The sites are gravel and fairly level unless you are parked on a hillside. This park is catered more to overnight campers and not for long term stays. By long term, I mean three days or more. The park is not well maintained and not much for children to do while parked there. - chevytrkr