Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $20.00
Very old but nice park. Had reservation arrived at 11pm after office closed checked in next morning. Only sites 1, 14 and 15 have sewer and are $2 more per night. Dump station is by site #1 and at a strange angle. Only 16 RV sites total. First night only 8 taken including us, second night 7 one camper we never saw. As mentioned in previous reviews no Wifi and Verizon signal extremely weak. This normally would not be an issue as being disconnected was nice! Except the thunderstorm at 3am that was rocking camper, advise having a weather radio with you as we had to idea if it was severe or not.
Water appears to be well water and has a slight tint but no odor and the pressure seemed low but used my water regulator anyway.
Restrooms are old but clean, previous review said disgusting to which I have to disagree. The latex paint on the walls in the showers has peeled off but is only cosmetic everything is functional and clean. No AC in restrooms but windows open and there is heat for winter campers. Laundry area only one washer and dryer but there are connections for three of each. We did not utilize the laundry facility but I could hear the dryer running from my camp site.
I was unaware of the cafe and snack bar we packed plenty of food so had to need to venture over there. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $18.00
Very old park, bathrooms disgusting. The sites were open and close to each other. Good for one night stop. Dump station a bit awkward. Nice cottonmouth snake on the trail by the water. Yikes! We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Good fishing in area. Not much in surrounding towns.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $18.00
We enjoyed our stay. The camp sites were concrete and level. There was a cafe on site that served breakfast and lunch. Normally they fix short orders. The only day we ate at the cafe was Monday lunch. It was excellent fried chicken and vegetables. The thermostat was not high enough in the lady's side of the bathhouse. This was kind of strange since the heaters on the men side were rather warm. This did not improve with several mentions to the staff. We walked both trails. They are not easy to follow. They need maintenance. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Travel Trailer.
There are two sites that have sewer hook ups. All RV sites are paved and are easy to back into with lots of shade. All sites had both 30 and 50 amp service. There is no cell phone reception in the park, but it is good out on the highway. This is the oldest state park in Mississippi. They have a cafe that is open for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast ran us $5.00. Water pressure was good and had a good southern exposure for the Sat TV. There were only three other Rv's here over the fourth; should have been a lot more. All our other parks were booked solid. There are two trails, great fishing, and an alligator pond to look at these beasts. This is 5 miles from Hollendale and 20 miles from Greenville. Restrooms were clean and in good repair. The few staff that we saw were friendly and helpful. We will be back. It will be real neat in the fall We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small state park, set in a very quiet area, lots of trees and plenty of space between sites. It has a pretty lake and a lovely walking trail. There are cabins, a snack bar, and a restaurant. The bathrooms are old but clean. We only stayed here for one night, as the mosquitoes were so bad. Despite us using spray, they made life miserable. We also had no Wi-fi and no cell phone. For those three reasons we would not stay here again. We paid the Senior Rate of $13. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $14.00
We stayed 8 nights and would have stayed more, but both full-hooks were reserved for that weekend. They only have 2 full hook-up sites. One is in the shade and one is not. We had the with not. Still it was great. Lake or stream (?) with a fishing dock. Not a lot here for kids. The $14 is for seniors. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2009 - $16.00
We were here in the middle of a rainy, cold stretch, so it was empty. The bathrooms were clean and warm if a bit old. The setting looked great from our window, with lots of trees. It was really quiet. The sites are paved. There are nature trails and water, but it was too cold to really evaluate them. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2007 - $18.00
Includes a picnic table, a fire grills, a laundry, paved sites, paved access roads, 45 foot sites, playground equipment, a fishing lake and hiking trails. Facilities were well maintained. An alligator is in a fenced in area. The staff was very friendly. A restaurant is on site. The only problem we had was the voltage on the shore power. Our two voltage meters had each site at 132 volts. We did find only one site that came in at 130. Our rating would be a nine except for this problem. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2005 - $15.00
We stayed at this park for one night as we were passing through Mississippi. It was a lovely little park. They have a small lake for boating and fishing, free disc golf course, and a hiking trail. The bathrooms were older, but were very clean. The only drawback to the park was the mosquitoes. We tried to hike the trail, but they were so bad that we gave up, we even had on spray. We camped at Leroy Percy State Park in a Travel Trailer.