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2 RV Parks near Mikoma, Mississippi
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mikoma. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mikoma in the left hand column.
Jan 2017 - $20.00
The "camping" is all level, and the site we chose was back-in. All pull thru sites (approx.200) were full time permanent. I can live with folks working on cars, abandoned vehicles, RV's with fire damage/ windows out, city folk walking thru campsites throughout night (several openings to lot), trash everywhere, city pound which backs up to park w/overflow of dogs barking all hours. But in 30 yrs. of camping, this was first time ever I was awoken 2:00 a.m. by 3 cop cars to tell me neighbors reported my truck had been broken into. I love the music in town, but won't stay here again. Seriously unsafe. - mitig8er
Dec 2016 - $20.00
Came to Clarksdale to check out the history of the Delta Blues music. This is the closest campground to town and is a fairgrounds. You self register by envelope, we never saw an actual person. Most of the full hook-up sites were occupied by long term campers, so we took an electric only site after filling our tanks per a nearby water spigot. Site was paved and moderately level. There were some gravel pull through sites but they were not very long, the paved sites are back-in. The paved road with sites is a dead end so be aware. We did not feel unsafe as there are "street lights". With rain, there were many puddles so we were glad we took a paved site. It was fairly quiet, some highway noise and heard a train in the am. Restaurants not too far away and Kroger and Walmart nearby. - mohocamper
Apr 2016 - $20.00
If coming to Clarksdale for Blues Music this is about the only choice in town. A few long term residents but was not a problem. Pros: inexpensive for full hookup, mostly asphalt pads, clean and mowed (festival weekend), staff regularly drove through - and were helpful, close to downtown. Cons: gravel pull throughs can be very muddy when rain, sites on inside the drive are only 30 amp and no sewer (but still pay $20), and delayed maintenance in general - 2-3 sites have broken spigots or electric problems but no notice until you try to hookup, also ants prevalent. Also no sign that drive is a dead end. - BandD
Oct 2018 - $20.00
The park is beautiful, sites are spacious. Directions form the reservation center to the park had us get off 55 at exit 233 and take CR 36. CR 36 was closed. There was a detour sign that took us on a very rural back road. We had to ask a homeowner if the road did take us to the campground. Signs to Persimmon Hill were confusing. If we had not stopped at a MS welcome center and got a map of Lake Edin we would have never found the park. Phone number listed for park was not answered. A better way to get to the park, all locals use this route, is 55 to exit 227, W on CR 32, N or route 51, R to CR 35 the entrance to the park will be on your R. Would have given the park a higher rating if there was some indication of the road closure and better signage. Also disappointed there was no map to indicate sites on recreation.gov when we make our reservation on line. It only had site numbers. Would have liked a lake view site but had no idea what were lake sites. Again with the map we picked up at the Welcome center we were able to see lake sites, but that was to late for us. - DDZ
May 2018 - $10.00
This park is hard for us to rate. The park itself is lovely. Administration while we were there was weak. Cars were parked in our site when we arrived. The rangers did come and direct us to another site, but it was a bit disappointing not to have a lake view when we had reserved our site many months ahead. And even though a ranger told us where to change our site to, another ranger came along the next day and tried to charge us $40 more. They said they couldnl't go online and change the site we were assigned--and neither could we because the website prevents changes that close to arrival. - Breeze On
Apr 2018 - $10.00
This lake and park is absolutely gorgeous! We stopped for only one night during our trip to east Arkansas. There is an 8' concrete picnic table, charcoal grill with round cement table near it to use for your BBQ tools. There is a fire pit with firewood stacked nearby. Lake views are beautiful.
Please note. RV trip wizard was directing us to I-55, exit 227, then to CR 35, etc. These directions would've taken us to George Cossar State Park. Thankfully, we used the directions on the Persimmon Lake COE website. I-55, exit 233, east on 36, then right on 39 (Enid Dam Rd), then left on 34. Then follow signs into campground. - cjnexp