17 Parks near Horn Lake, Mississippi
Jun 2016 - $59.00
We have stayed here many times and have come to know what to expect. Clean park, paved roads and RV sites, and reliable services. This time around we did notice that the long-term resident population seems to have increased but it doesn't appear to have affected the park in a negative way so far. You can't go wrong here for a short stay. - Paul Goodspeed
May 2016 - $55.00
This is a very nice and well maintained RV park. We will return. Site was level, hookups worked great, wifi was acceptable. We were able to pickup lots of local digital TV stations on the antenna, but the cable has a wide variety of analog (no HD) channels. This is a great place for kids as they have an air filled jumping pad, two play grounds, and very nice pool. Our grand kids had a great time visiting us at Jellystone during our visit with them. The only drawbacks to the park are; people do not obey the 5 mph signs; people don't follow the one way signs; construction worker staying there coming and going all hours of the night on weekends in loud trucks, daily Memphis airport traffic at 4:00 AM; the rates charged for camping; no discounts of any kind not even military. While the park is very nice and well located, it is quite high. As long as you can handle these things, it's a great place to stay. - Sigohigo
May 2016 - $30.00
Great park with lots of activities for kids. Facilities are top notch. One issue, Wifi is pathetic, a park this professionally maintained should be better. - exsailor81
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We stopped here for an overnight on our way south and were quite impressed. Here are my notes from this park:
- The park features concrete sites, many of which are level (some not so much).
- The water connection is a bit low to the ground, but workable.
- We used 20' of sewer hose, as the connection was near the back.
- The park is neat and clean with very few signs of trashy campers.
- Roads are paved and easily accessible. It is easier if you disconnect your car in front of the office.
- The playground was small but adequate. Our son enjoyed it.
- Pool was very nice and clean. There was a separate enclosed hot tub, which we didn't use.
- The park is located at the back of a subdivision, and we felt quite safe.
- The staff and other RVers were friendly.
- Grass was very green and well maintained.
We look forward to returning to this first class park to stay a bit longer. - dad2aprincess
Sep 2016 - $43.00
Nightly rate was $45. Discounted $5 for military retired. Added $3 for third adult in our party. Excellent amenities, service, landscaping, large dog park area. All roads and sites are paved and level. Everything is very well maintained. Did not use the workout area as it is across the street from the office/pool/showers, in the other half of the RV park. IF there was a complaint, it would be the lack of shade (trees). But, the staff is working on that, too...saplings are planted at nearly every site. Right now, this park is PERFECT for an overnight stop, or jumping off point for day trips into the Memphis area. From what I could see, not much for kids to do, except the pool. No campfires due to ordinances. And, to show you how reviews are in the eye of the beholder, my wife noted that the park is just across I-55 from the flight path into Memphis Intl Airport; said she heard airplanes "all night long" -- I didn't hear a thing! - Rokitman
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Very clean park. Staff very friendly. Easy access to interstate. Most sites are pull-through. - The Old Timer
Jan 2015 - $38.00
Very expensive for what is there- no pool, mostly permanent camper trailers, evidently it is on the flight path to Memphis airport - from 4:00am to 7:00am continually landing flights every 4-5 minutes ! - User2272
Oct 2013 - $29.00
We decided to try this park for a change of pace from the other area parks we have stayed in over the years. It was the last week of October and the park was almost full of extended stay customers. I saw only a couple empty sites and noticed no other customers who appeared to be transients. We had a fairly level, FHU, pull-through with 60+ channel cable TV. There are 4 rows of sites in this park - the 2 outer rows are back-ins and the 2 inner rows are pull-throughs. Even though the sites are not that small, the park feels cramped because it is so full. I was unable to connect to their Wi-Fi. The office building contains a small laundry and two separate unisex bathrooms. There is no pool and I did not notice any other recreational facilities. No map of the park was given at check-in. Yes, there is a lot of airplane and jet noise. The park is behind some businesses on a commercial and retail road. There is a large supermarket across the street. This park is OK, but the Wi-Fi problem and noise are big negatives. - Jerry S
May 2013 - $30.00
In town, close to freeway, easy on/off. Paved roads with gravel sites and patios. Just long enough for our 37 foot m/h. Not too close to neighbors. Power was low at times, water and cell (AT&T) was good. Satellite friendly, shopping, restaurants close by. Airport nearby. LOT of noise at 3 - 4 in the morning (could not sleep throught it) and again at 3 - 4 in afternoon. OK park, but the plane noise will make us look elsewhere next time. - kmgulf
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Well I made a reservation at the wrong place. For $5 more a night I could have stayed at a much nicer park. Full hook ups 50 amp , water sewer and a WiFi that is pretty good. Nice people here but park needs major work.
Site was fairly level and owner picked one to get good satellite but I don't think they know I need a clear shot due south and there is a big old beautiful oak tree right in the path. Good news pulled in 20 stations or so of antenna. I would not stay here again. - signaloil
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is an old park and it shows its age, but not in a bad way, just a little rough around the edges. The owners are very nice people. They compensate for the size of the sites by limiting occupation to every other site, which works well, giving every one a bit of grass and comfortable picnic table space and ample parking. Very dog friendly, with lots of nice walking and play areas. The neighborhood has its noisy moments, but it IS in town and I'm here on a weekend. - Spike in FL
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Rate was for 3 Adults. Great location right there at Heartbreak Hotel and Graceland. Have stayed before and always chose this location to do our sightseeing. Good pool, excellent wi-fi but poor TV channels. Mens bathrooms were good but ladies showers were disgusting with sewer bugs flying around and grout all out of the tiles. A definite health risk. They need to be renovated immediately. Good laundry. Shuttle bus to town available from the Heartbreak Hotel. We stayed one week before Elvis Week so was busy with impersonators performing in the marquee by the Boulevarde. Great atmosphere. We stayed in 38ft motorhome with tow. - OzFrosty
Oct 2016 - $42.00
It was a very convenient place to see what we wanted to see. - BJ&ME
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Wonderful! The park is neat and clean, staff is very accommodating and pleasant. Nice site, full hookups, even daily trash pick up at your site. Would easily stay again when in Memphis. - ElsieS
Jul 2016 - $48.00
This campground is perfect for visiting Graceland. Pool was clean. Water pressure was ok. Power was bad. At least twice the power went out on our row only. Front desk was little help when it happened after maintenance left for the night. Finally got fixed but couldn't leave the camper long because you couldn't trust the pets would be cooled. Campground has a security check point on way in. - SouthernMdtravelers
Aug 2016 - $20.00
This State Park was OK with exception of the site assigned to us was very rough and not level. We did move after getting permission but since the park was only 25% full we felt they could have put us in a decent site to start with. The bathrooms and showers were not good and this is probably due to not being kept up but also a real lack of attention by the camp host. We would think twice about staying there again. - Stan from idaho
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Great place. The ranger office was closed, but a ranger nearby told us where to find the campground manager. We were allowed to check in early, and were offered other sites as there were openings and people had previously complained about the site we were assigned. Bathrooms, showers, laundry, an ice machine, and a playground. - charles_from812
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Arrival: Approach from the north (most common) has many chuck-holes and RR tracks. The registration office is separate from the campground. The park itself has tight spots but is passable. Limited parking for rigs, but it is capable. They close at 4:30 PM so if you're late, you'll have to pull in and then go back in the morning.
Sites: Use caution with all the sites, especially the pull-thru's -- they are short. Don't expect to park more than your rig. Expect gravel sites and limited area. Water and electric on some sites are at the rear so front tanks require longer hoses.
Restrooms: Dirty. Open shower plan that only those that are brave enough to use. Trash and bugs prevail.
Cost: $28. 10% Good Sam's discount. Survivable for a short stay.
Local Area: Just outside Memphis. You'll have to drive through some very unsavory neighborhoods between all the attractions, but main roads seem safe enough.
Internet: None. Sketchy cell-coverage due to location and surrounding trees. Not sure about satellite, but there are no clear-view sites for your dish to have easy access.
Other: Bugs! Get used to it... it's the south. Between the bugs, the shrubs, and the location it just doesn't make a visitor want to visit again. Staff seemed to care less...about everything. Lots of "killer" dogs including the camp host that drives around in his Gator with a pit bull... that's comparatively well behaved. When we were there the numerous "killer" dogs of the other guests made us quite uneasy. Will not stay there again. - JC Penny
May 2014 - $17.00
We camped here because we couldn't find any campgrounds available. Didn't have reservations. Called at night, lady answered. Waited for us. Nice older lady trying to run park alone. She needs help. Didn't see anyone else there. Were a couple of autos next to older looking campers. Couldn't use bath house, really nasty. Also really close to highways. Didn't bother me, but my sister couldn't sleep. Did look like a bad neighborhood. A dilapidated/vacant motel or apartment bldg,right in front of campground . Sign said 'Good Sam'. But it isn't. On the bright side, the WiFi was EXCELLENT! Fastest I've ever encountered. Lady was real nice, friendly. - ParisMarie7
May 2012 - $28.00
This is an older park but it was secure, the park no longer honors Good Sam nor do they take credit cards. But, the attendant was nice, showed us to our site, even offered to show us around town. Although close to the highway the noise wasn't too bad. The sites are level, 50 AMP service and for the price it's hard to beat. We would stay here again. These are nice people. - Jim Tadlock
Sep 2011 - $29.00
This park has recovered from the flood. Extremely helpful owner and staff. Many concrete pads right on the Mississippi River where you can watch the barges travel by. Clean, Good 50 amp power and free Wi-Fi. Very convenient to downtown Memphis right across the I-40 bridge. This will be my choice for a campground in the Memphis area. - spitfirepete
Apr 2015 - $20.00
This is an Army Corp of Engineers park and quite nice. We found maneuvering with our 30 foot travel trailer pulled by a pickup a bit tight and most of the campsites would have been too short to allow us to park without unhooking but we found one just long enough. We didn't see any official people at all and everything is done on the honour system at a kiosk. It was really quiet and nice. There is a wonderful children's park at the picnic site nearby and some really nice walking trails easily accessible from the campground. There is a also a nice wide ramp to get your boat into the water. We saw many birds and an armadillo and heard coyotes. We also saw a rattlesnake on a trail (it took off as we approached) so be careful with dogs. This place is a bit over mowed and suburban looking for my taste. Also it is obviously visited during the day by city folks from Memphis proper. We felt a need to watch our stuff a bit more closely than we otherwise would during the day due to traffic of day visiting strangers nearby. - Judy Birchland
Jul 2013 - $10.00
Campground is part of COE Lake Arkabutla in northern Mississippi. It is about twenty-five miles south of Memphis. We stayed 3 nights and used it as a base to visit Memphis. Easy access to I-69 and I-55 and Tunica casinos. 8 miles south of I-69. No internet and very poor cell reception. Lake is beautiful and campground is right next to the lake. Probably would not stay there again unless lake use was the reason. Federal senior pass rate. - Cheeph
Feb 2011 - $18.00
The park was overall fairly nice. It was only us and two other campers at the time and both others appeared to be longer term. Facilities were pretty clean and everything worked as advertised. The lake water level was really low by the campground, but I think it will fill up later in the season.I walked to the playground and it was really nice. Lake levels by the boat ramp were up and there was a couple of boaters out. Overall it was a good state park. There are very wooded sites however not a lot of level ground around the site, as the RV pads seemed built up. We were mainly here to shake out the new RV. - Hallock36
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We were right on the river and our section was free of trees, so we had good satellite TV access (this would not be true of riverside sites in the other section). Utilities worked well, although we did get one brief electrical alarm. WIFI worked well most of the time with our signal amplifier. There were several times, though, when bandwidth hogs prevented access. - ramblin' vagabonds
Oct 2016 - $26.00
Big rig friendly with level sites and easy access from I40 or I55. Beautiful view of Mississippi River from many sites. No dog park but large field to walk dog. Campground had the best laundry of any campground we have visited and they were free. Showers were large with hot water and pressure. The roads were crushed rock making our Rv and truck very dirty. - Fulltimersrv
Oct 2016 - $32.00
This was an overnight stay for us on our way West. The CG is a few miles from the highway - not too far. Use the directions provided by the CG, not your gps. Our site was a pull through that was spacious and level with a view of the Mississippi River. There is plenty of space to walk along the river bank, sit on a bench, and watch the commercial traffic go buy. It's a great spot to spend a few days and visit Memphis if you are so inclined. West Memphis - not so much.
We would certainly stay here again. - SchnoodleCamp
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Easy hookup. Had no power outages. Loved the lake view. Showers and restrooms nearby and clean. Love this place. Clean. Respectful campers. Very busy on Holidays. We don't fish but enjoyed watching. - Donna16162
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This is a nice COE park. Our site was 75. Nice paved driveway, huge concrete pad with picnic table. (We had 2 tables at this site.) Fire pit was at the back of our camper about 30-40 feet. Grill was on the concrete pad with picnic table. The bathrooms/showers were nice and clean. Showers were nice and HOT. The only reason I didn't rate higher was do to the upkeep of the grounds. Needed mowed and some tlc. Part of this was due to the recent flooding. - Gary Stanton
Nov 2015 - $8.00
We stayed there because of the Golden Age pass but like almost all COE campgrounds you get a lot for your money no matter what you pay. Verizon was weak but with the amp and antenna we got by. Very clean and level and large sites. Busier than I would have thought for Nov. still lots of empty sites. The sites have been improved and sit a little high with steep drop to the picnic table. Would definitely stay there again and again. - rhianna