20 Parks near Iuka, Mississippi
Sep 2015 - $20.00
Very spread out. We stayed near the back of the park. The mediocre playground was a .75 mile walk with several hills. Roads are paved throughout. Concrete pads and patios. Several sites right on the water. Shoot for the first loop. - foosh
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This price was for full hook ups. Nice park but pretty secluded. If you are going for site seeing, you do a lot of driving. It is 5 miles back to main hwy. Our site, #25, was not level front to back & website said moderate slope. Whole site was sloped, not just pad. We tried to view on Google earth but couldn't see due to trees. Not a good site but we made it work as we were no there a lot & when our neighbors went home we sat on their pad in the evening. - clinicaide
Sep 2014 - $14.00
Fun park to visit. Drive way was steep and site actually too small. We called and talked to a staff person and we were told that the site was large enough for our rig. - HaveDieselWillTravel
Mar 2010 - $18.00
Rockie' Campground if you like to fish and enjoy the friendliest people on earth. The owner and her husband will do anything to help you. Nice clean site, close to the boat ramp. Will camp here whenever we go to Pickwick. - User1192
Nov 2009 - $18.00
Rose Trail RV Park is directly across the street from Colbert County Rose Trail Park. We were able to walk across the street to the lake, boat ramp, and piers. There are only 14 sites. While we were here, we were the only over nighties. The rest were vacant except for two live-aboard and two empty seasonals. Gravel pads are level and partially shaded. Amenities are scarce. I don't know if they even have bathrooms or showers. The general store has typical mini mart inventory plus a good assortment of fishing tackle. Wi-Fi works in the general Store. Several loose aggressive dogs made it difficult to walk ours. At $18 including tax, this is a good deal for 50A full hookup site. - whizbang
Apr 2016 - $13.00
Other reviews on this site state that this park needed updating. I agree, but they have not been done.
This park is awful. Please don't go with a big rig.
Dirty sites, washed out pads with steep drop offs.
Only good thing is that it is close to the Trace.
Closed restrooms, boarded up.
Never got my receipt. - Shered
May 2014 - $18.00
The park is right on the Natchez Trace. Most of the sites are beside a small lake. The sites are well spaced and fairly level but many are very short. There were also steep drop-offs around most sites. Only TV reception was PBS from Florence, AL. No garbage cans at sites, just a dumpster as you leave. Lots of good hiking trails. No laundry facilities. - winnie1
Nov 2013 - $18.00
Traveling the Natchez Trace Parkway we stopped for one night at this State Park. Lake was low, but the rest of the scenery was beautiful with tall pine trees for shade. The road around the campsite was a little windy but the sites were mostly level - all back ins. Around the lake were lots of bramble type vegetation with huge "sticker burrs" that attached themselves to our Collie and had to be cut out of her coat. FYI for pet owners - judging by the fur around our site, this had happened to other campers. Check out the Pioneer cabin in the park for a look back at history. A great spot - we will be back. - Linsay
Feb 2016 - $10.00
We visited midweek during a chilly rainy week, so we had pretty much our pick of a site. Despite this, it was nearly impossible to find a site that was level enough, even with a full set of leveling blocks under 2 wheels. The site we finally settled for was quite muddy, with a stream flowing across the pad during the heaviest rain. Though the shower room was clean and heated, the water was barely lukewarm, making for a bracing experience on a cold day. Very friendly helpful staff, and very attractive price. - Tim B.
Aug 2015 - $18.00
As others have said, the sites aren't close to level. I was lucky there was a 6" thick concrete slab left by a previous camper that I could use to level up side to side. Other than that we liked everything else about the park. Bring your chocks and blocks and enjoy the spacious sites with lots of trees between neighbors. Plenty of room for dogs to run and swim. - BamaRambler
Jun 2012 - $18.00
If you have a big rig you need to get there early to pick a site which you can get into and is fairly level. You cannot make reservations here. It is a quiet park and very shaded. If I stayed in this area again I would probably stay below the dam. Mainly because its more level. - TEXASBOY
Jun 2016 - $16.00
Very nice park, but most of the sites are not level. Ours required minimal leveling, but some are significant. Full shade and large sites make it nice. Dump station and dumpsters are nearby. The park is very boat-centric, with a large marina and rentals. There are also 2 swimming beachs and a couple of short hiking trails. Would definitely stay here again. - rosie and ruby
Oct 2015 - $13.00
I had read good reviews of this state park. Do NOT attempt to camp here in a large motorhome. I had called in advance and said I was in a 37 ft motorhome towing. I was told no problem. This state park is not equipped to handle large motor homes and the site map is not correct. The sites are unlevel and the water is on the wrong side of the motorhome. There were several empty sites when we arrived but only one that we could get the MH into and we were unable to level the MH. - budolemiss
Apr 2013 - $20.00
We arrived at the campground and had to wait while the campground host sorted out two earlier arrivals. Once we made it to our site, it was so unlevel that we immediately sought out the host, who of course could not then be found. We arranged an informal three way swap with a recent arrival who wanted to move to set up his satellite dish in the dense tall pines, so we were then level. That afternoon, the ranger graciously accommodated all of our changes. Sites looked generally short for big rigs, and the roads were tight, but we did see a couple of 40 footers in sites. The paper mill nearby in Counce smelled bad there, but we never smelled it at the campground. There is very little shopping for quite some distance so come prepared for your needs. OTA TV reception was minimal with a couple channels from Jackson, Verizon air card worked well, as did our Tracfone. On our second day, ongoing work on the water system left us without water for a while (and the need to back around the road to exit the park with the motorhome). This is a good, rustic campground for visiting Shiloh battlefield and the famous Catfish Hotel nearby to the battlefield (provided the wait isn't too long as it was last week on the 150th anniversary of the battle of Shiloh). We'd stay in this park again when in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Aug 2016 - $11.00
We stay here every June to attend my family reunion about 25 miles away. This park is above average for a COE Park, with all sites being paved and 50/30/20 amp electric available. Many sites are level but some can be a challenge to level on. Water front sites are normally booked up every weekend. The showers can we invested with flying gnats and nymphs depending on the time of year of your stay, they are clean, but take note. There is poor Tv and cell service and heavy tree cover, so satellite reception requires a portable dish. - Teacher's Pet
Jun 2016 - $11.00
This has been our Campground of Choice in Northeast Mississippi for many years. And it remains so. Have noticed during last 7 years that care of the park has deteriorated some. Still very nice and great workers at the registration station. Noted some plumbing issues in Men's shower near site #31 on last visit and they were not corrected during our seven day stay. Weekends and Holidays are really busy during the summer, so we try to go during week. Will be returning soon for another stay. Just a few miles to north of campground entrance is a corner gas station with restaurant. Recommend the fried chicken tenders. Trying the catfish next time. Name is something about Margaritaville. Used to be Burton One-Stop. - hoganc
Sep 2015 - $12.00
Beautiful views of the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway area, which forms a large lake in the immediate vicinity of the campground. You can see the occasional barge go by, and there were a LOT of boaters/fishermen on the lake in addition. Sites were fairly close together, but the view made up for it. Most sites are fairly level. - HercMaster
May 2016 - $30.00
The park is right on the river below the dam. The campsites are spacious and well-maintained. The only complaint was that there were only 2 showers in each bathhouse and 3 bathhouses for the campground. It is quite a large area for such few amenities. - MThome
Apr 2010 - $20.00
This is a great park with lots to do. The lake is beautiful and the dam is amazing. You can ride your bikes around the park, rent a boat, fish or hike. Shiloh Military Park is 20 minutes away and the town of Savannah about the same. The staff was friendly and helpful and so were the other campers. The inn has a great all you can eat buffet that is cheap and they run it for 3 meals every day. We would definitely return here to camp. We stayed here 3 days. - bgbassman
Apr 2009 - $20.00
Great park, roomy sites, enjoyed the stay! Will do again. - doll_body
Aug 2014 - $30.00
If you have no sense of smell and you only want to fish in the TN river, this place might work for you. The area is overlaid with a nauseating miasma of paper pulp mill - I thought the sewer had backed up at first. Concrete pads are barely long & wide enough for a motor coach and require backing in, no pull-throughs. The view available is of a large bean field. Immediately adjacent is a no-star motel (the historic Botel) containing a road house which plays loud music until midnight. Stray dogs and cats roam the park, making walking even well trained dogs challenging. Located 1/4 mile from the water, which is only accessible down a steep, narrow boat ramp. We had reservations for the weekend, but left the next morning. - User3275