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2 RV Parks near Meadville, Mississippi
Apr 2018 - $13.00
Quick Lay out: Lower level sites 1-12 at lake level, sites close together for FS CG. Sites pretty level. Sites 13-22 more spread out, some not close to level, location of the only pull through site. Only some sites will fit big rigs. Roads paved as are sites. Steep roads down to CG but easy to maneuver around. Some sites might be hard to get into. Only some sites will handle a 45' coach. Specifics: Site paved with large gravel patio, picnic table, fire ring lantern posts. Dump station on the way out. Power 20/30/50 amp with water. Bathrooms and showers spotless, showers are push button that run pretty long, water was warm to hot with good pressure. Our site,19,was pretty level with great view of lake. Verizon phone ok, Mifi slow 3G at camp sometimes up the hill by host site ok 4G. No host at this time. There is fishing and non motorized boating on the small lake (electric motor ok). Lots of trails for hiking/mountain biking in the area 10+ mile loops or out and back all from camp ground area. Come fully supplied, the closest grocery stores are in Natchez (30+) miles away. The CG was full on the weekend but pretty open during the week. All sites are 1st come. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Nov 2017 - $13.00
This is a beautiful park with three sections; an "Upper Loop", a smaller "Lower Loop", and a primitive area. The campsites in the Lower Loop have asphalt paved parking lanes with spacious gravel areas, a fire ring and a picnic table. The parking lanes are short and the sites are close together. The more desirable Upper Loop was closed for electrical repairs. The park host was very helpful and made frequent trips around the area to ensure everything was clean and proper. We stayed at Clear Springs on a holiday weekend and all the sites were full. - StJohn
Nov 2016 - $20.00
We thought we might want to stay in the unserviced area, but after seeing the terraced campsites with a view of the lake we couldn't resist. Pretty as a picture. Clean and quiet too. The showers were hot and free. The trails could use some new markings, but we didn't get lost or have to turn around. The primitive area is outside the main gate. There is no water available there, but the sites are far apart and the road (graveled) is in good condition. They go for $7.00 per night. - GiroRV
Oct 2018 - $28.00
Water views are beautiful. Flies are horrendous! First site had wasp - lots of them. Had to move since I'm highly allergic to them. Very dark at night. So if you have a pet that needs walking, bring a flashlight. - The Oldenburg's
Jun 2018 - $16.00
The park is well kept. The sites are asphalted with W,S & 20/30/50A E. The sites are somewhat small and close together, but Lake Tangipahoa is beautiful and a steady breeze from across the lake kept it comfortable outside through the mid 80's. We went to McComb to visit the Railroad Museum, certainly worth the free admission. I will definitely be returning to this park for another visit. We bicycled all of the roads (minor hills and reasonably flat). To sum up my review, let me say the week we spent there was very peaceful and the park is simply beautiful. - Swampy
May 2018 - $25.00
Beautiful spacious State Park in the deep hardwood and pine forests of Mississippi. Was a long drive in from the entrance station and wasn't sure what to expect. Our site was huge with asphalt drive and full hookups and from the back of the motorhome a view of sunset over the lake. There are sites right on the lake shore but some of those are shorter and require deeper turn to back in than what our 40' motorhome could do. The asphalt roads are very, very narrow and some of the turns tight but doable. Watch the road surface, there are potholes and some areas are buckled. Lake for swimming, boating and fishing as well as hiking trails and cute chapel for Sunday services. The fire area was not a pit as much as a mound. Thought I should shovel a bit out and make a dent to burn in but turns out it really was a mound of sand to have a fire on. There was a far amount of small items of trash on our site, which we picked up so don't know if it was just the last people on it or if generally not picked up. All and all one of the nicest State Parks we have been to. Two days was not long enough! - NanciRV