9 RV Parks near Leland, Mississippi
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Where do I begin? We were trying to get home to central Florida after getting stuck in San Antonio by Hurricane Harvey. We were looking for something in the Greenville, MS area that was near a highway, and at least a half way decent park. There are several State parks that had excellent ratings, but too far off the path or in the wrong direction for us. I called up this Park because their website does mention that they have Rv sites along with mobile homes. Since Florida is snowbird country, we have quite a few of those types of parks, so we kind of went there with a preconceived notion of what to expect. Boy, were we wrong! First, I would have to go count, but I don't think there are 15 sites in here, and even if there were, only two of them were available. I would say at least 75 percent of them are filled with long term renters. The RV parking is a row of back in sites on a dead end Street behind the office. I think the only reason the site we chose was available was because others could not maneuver around the electric pole that was at the edge of the "Road", kitty corner from the site. I think the office person lied to me about bathrooms being available because we couldn't locate any. The asphalt in the other available was all torn up and crumbling, so that left us with the site we chose. It was paved but not very well. - Maga04
Apr 2011 - $13.00
This is just a parking lot with water and electric hookups. They do have 50 amp and water pressure is good. The sites are paved and level. It was adequate for our week stay. There are not other parks in the area that we would consider. - zrxh14
Mar 2010 - $13.00
There are numerous back-in sites on pavement with scattered covered picnic tables. Two dump stations are available but there are no sewer hook ups. No frills, but for the price it was a really good deal. Verizon worked well. We would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We were disappointed because we called ahead to ask about availablilty and were never told there had been a rate change. According to their website, the daily fee is $15, $12 for seniors. When the park employee came around to collect the fee, we were charged $25. When I asked why it was so much I was told the fee changed on June 17 and the website had been changed to reflect that. Well, it hasn't. It's a decent park and had we been prepared to pay $25 ahead of time we probably would have stayed more than one night. As it was, we felt robbed since the website indicated a much lower price.
All sites are back in only. Nice view of the river and barges going by. Interior roads are narrow and some corners are tight because of trees on either side of the road. Interior roads are only wide enough for a single lane of traffic. - FnEJ
Mar 2017 - $15.00
This County Park is a good value. There is good and bad to it. It is water and electric only (the water is definitely brown). Saw several campers with their sewer hoses out. Did see one draining their grey water, so I'm sure the others did too. Most campers were contract workers. The utilities worked fine. Satellite coverage was tricky with all the trees. Our site was fairly level although our asphalt pad had cracks in it. It rained while we were there and we had a lake at our site. Didn't really see any others that were as bad as ours. It was great seeing all the barges on the Mississippi River. They have a nice tower for viewing and a nice playground for kids. One of the big downfalls to us was the "shotgun blasts" we heard starting at 7 a.m. There is a rice mill close by and they fire off the shots to keep the birds away. It woke us up both mornings we were there and it goes until about 4pm. Very annoying. The road getting into the park is in bad shape. It does appear the park used to be really nice. It is great for a night or 2, but I can't see camping there much more than that. - jacknpeg
Nov 2016 - $15.00
Arrived on a Sunday, no attendant was on site, but available by phone and gave instructions needed. Very courteous. Site was level and tree covered by the Mississippi River. Enjoyed the stay and will stay again.
The road to get to the park is not well marked, take a left at the paper plant, don't let the surroundings sway you, its a great park, safe and quiet at night. Gates Locked. - Turn the Key and Smile
Sep 2017 - $25.00
If you are looking for a Campground and a camping experience, this is not the place for you. It's a concrete pad that used to be the floor of a building, where electrical, sewer and water hookups have been added. There isn't a playground for kids. And, when you call to reserve a spot, the person taking our reservation was very upfront about these facts, which I appreciated. The ownership was very friendly and welcoming. But if you're looking for a 1-2 night stopover with some things to see and do in the Delta, or if you are taking a tour of the Blues/history of the Delta and need a spot to put the RV, this is centrally located to many attractions.
Sites are level, hookups are new, and there are two very good restaurants in walking distance. The BB King Museum is within 5 minutes walking distance. You won't get many local TV channels, but there is nothing to block satellite reception. Wi-Fi is very spotty. We used our time here to visit Clarksdale, several museums, and learn about the history of the blues. Vicksburg is an easy drive. We also sampled Delta tamales and other great food in the area. It's not a spot to spend a weekend "camping," but it's a good place to stage to see the rest of the area. - Buckeyefan4
Apr 2017 - $25.00
Great host Will and his wife. Perfect place to stay when visiting BB King Museum within waking distance. Great restaurants just across street. Back in paved spaces with full w/e/s hook ups, good Dish and Verizon. Plan to stay here again 9/17. Great overnight stay. Not the typical RV Park but the best in the vicinity. - Winnebago Navion
Apr 2017 - $25.00
This is great park for self contained campers next to the BB King museums. Water, electric and sewer at all sites and WIFI is available as well. All of the local attractions are within walking distance, including multiple restaurants. The folks that own and run the park were very accommodating to our group of 6 units on a Delta Blues and Juke Joint tour. We highly recommend this stop. - LakeLucy
Jun 2016 - $15.00
This overnight site was selected because of its proximity to Greenville, MS. High water made walking along hiking trails impossible at the time of our visit. This very small, remote park attribue was it was soooo quiet during our visit. If you like being alone, well, you've found your park. Enjoy the deer, enjoy the squirrel, but be wary of the alligators in the small nearby lake. - Norton Wine Traveler
Mar 2016 - $23.00
State park with 2/18 sites full service. The rest have the appearance of full service but apparently don't have sewer. The place as clean, lawn mowed. Pads was level. Well worth the price/ - Judy Birchland
Apr 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. - Nizzy
Jun 2017 - $17.00
Water spigot was at front of the site requiring two hoses, and electric at the back where it should be. Deteriorated asphalt pads made it difficult to level. Old shower house, but clean. Lots off standing water after rains. Mosquitoes! - Alicenpete
May 2017 - $32.00
Our site backed right up to the dock. Numerous lakeside sites with beautiful views. The road is a little narrow and we had to drive in the grass to back into our site. The little bit of inconvenience is worth the gorgeous beauty. Cypress tress growing in the lake, sunsets, and green spaces. Warning: GPS made us turn just as we crossed the Mississippi River into Arkansas. Don't turn there. Gravel roads turns into a cow pasture. Turn around. The actual road you should take is paved and you'll have beautiful views of Lake Chicot all the way to the state park. I would love to return. We camped in a travel trailer. - Mommato8
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Park grounds have been neglected and drainage is extremely poor in several loops. Park did not live up to expectations from reviews. Ditches were silted in and leaves were clogging up tiles creating perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. It appeared as though a couple of seasons of leaves and debris had built up. The park has such potential to be really beautiful with some TLC. Picking up limbs, mowing, and digging out ditches to promote drainage would go a long way towards improvement. Poor soil mechanics has also taken its toll on some of the roads in the park. In several places the road settling has created large crevices in the middle of the road that someone could easily twist or break an ankle if they didn't watch their steps. I would only recommend camping in Loop F because of poor drainage in other loops. Park Ranger was very nice and helpful in answering questions regarding fishing rules, licensing, and use of out of state boats. - Circe
Apr 2013 - $15.00
Did not stay at this park, but drove by on the way to Lake Chicot State park. I called to get some details. 6 sites have 50 amp service. They were booked up as most sites are yearly rented. Some sites are available for weekend fishermen. - easydoesit
May 2010 - $15.00
We stayed here one night in a 40' 4-slide motorhome and would stay here again. We were in site #2. Not a long site so we had to unhook. Back-in site was not quite level. This is a city park that caters to people/families who like to fish on the weekends. Lots of open grassy space. Has a nice lake area. This is a pleasant place. We stayed on a week day, weekends are probably very busy. Good value for the price. Nice friendly camp host on site. - woodallmd
Nov 2009 - $15.00
This is an older county park. Large paved sites with plenty of space between you and your neighbor. Nice concrete picnic tables on a gravel patio. Sites on the lake have only water and electric. All others are full hookups. Water pressure not very strong. Nice camp host and laid back attitude. Said she would be gone the afternoon we arrived, but to just pick a site and she would find us in the morning to settle up. Only 30 amp electric, and I think not always full 30 amps as we tripped the breakers several times in spite of being careful. Located on the inside loop of the oxbow lake and it takes 20-25 minutes to get into town for any services as you must drive around the lake. You MUST eat at Rhoda's in town. Looks scary from the outside, but the best road food we have ever had. Awesome fried chicken and catfish and homemade pies. We would not only return, but go out of our way to come here! - Wandering Wishnies
Sep 2007 - $11.00
Very spacious sites. Excellent lakeside locations. There are no sewer connections on the lakefront. 30 amp electrical service can be a problem in very hot weather. Reported problems with electrical service seem to have been repaired. There are a number of year-round residents here who actually build their own fishing and boat docks out into the lake. At $270/month, it makes for a very inexpensive "second home" for many Arkansans, - VegasBob
Sep 2017 - $32.00
Wonderful parkl While it has an area for long-term/resident stays, there's a large area of spaces for overnight/short term stays. All spots I could see were flat and so close to level we didn't even bother with our jacks. Parking spots area grass and marked by wood borders, which lend a nice rustic appearance. Grass is closely mowed with no weeds showing anywhere. Dirt roads are level with no ruts. Plenty of room to walk dogs. Park shows lots of care. Cable TV was a nice bonus. WiFi not the strongest, but it sufficed for our needs. There were few people the night we stayed. The spaces could feel a little close, but we've stayed in a lot tighter places. The older reviews that have a negative tone are 180 degrees out from out very positive experience. We'd gladly stay there again. - Dobiedaddy
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Across highway is beautiful Lake Chicot. Only downside is sites are not concrete but lots of grass. A great overnight stop or longer to see some beautiful farms and see some historical sites. Nice town!! Nice park!! - Susan A.
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Price included tax and was given a Good Sam's discount. It had been raining and the park was basically flooded. We didn't realize how bad it was until we had paid for one night. I was given the wrong site # so we had to go back to the office to get the correct one. Roads were narrow as were the campsites. Couldn't get on the wifi. Grass needed to be mowed, but since it had rained for several days, we overlooked that part. Quiet and not a lot of road noise. The worst part was the mosquitoes. They had control of the entire area. - TN_VolsFan