4 Parks near Natchez, Mississippi
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Newer bathhouse, but mold on the tile floor and could use some scrubbing. Shower overflow leaks into stall areas. Hiking trail was not usable because of a bridge out and, worse, ticks were rampant. Even in the campsite area, just letting out dog walk just off the pavement she picked up a couple of ticks each time we walked her. The few sites lakeside in Campground B are nice as well as the wooded ones in the outer loop. Stayed a few nights but in the future, would only consider as a stop over site. - bobnemens
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Stayed 2 nights here while visiting Natchez. Called the park office and was able to reserve 1 of the 6 full hookup sites. If you try to do this online, the ReserveAmerica site tells you these sites are non-reservable, walk-up only. The park personnel were very pleasant, took CC info over the phone and never even needed to go to the office. Excellent value, far cheaper than the commercial RV parks in the area.
The site was clean and level. We swept pine needles off the paved pad and out of the grill but that is inevitable in a canopy of pines.
The 6 full hookup sites are parallel back-in sites in a small loop, separate from the other sites in campground A. No privacy between sites but decent width, with a table and grill at each site.
The location is very quiet with the exception of log trucks that start running about daylight and are in and out all day, on the road that leads to the park entrance. They are also the cause of the entrance road being in bad shape. The park roads are good.
Water pressure and electric voltage were good. There was also a good 4G Verizon signal.
We would definitely stay there again. - coolmom42
Apr 2016 - $14.00
Very pretty state park. Road leading to park was narrow and winding but manageable for our 41 ft motorhome and Jeep toad. Site #43 was a level pull-through. We had water and 50 amp electric, no sewer but pump station at park exit. Don't count on cellular or phone service. Quiet and serene park. - Bunci
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This place could be decent with a bit of effort by management. It is partly a trailer park, but the RV sites have great potential. Concrete and gravel pads are the longest and widest I've seen, and our site was perfectly level. Digital cable TV was quite good. Water, sewer and 50 amp hookups worked fine. The bathrooms and showers looked like they get cleaned maybe once a month. No toilet paper for the first few days and never any paper towels. Also, no hot water in the bathroom. Staffing is minimal and doesn't seem to do too much. Natchez is an interesting place to visit and it deserves a better RV park. - DrLewie
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Spacious sites and easy to get into, but not very level. Bathrooms (2) were filthy and showers (2) weren't much better. Had to get rid of a wasps nest in one. Hard to find the place using a GPS. Pool was closed with some sort of problem. - russ1102
Mar 2015 - $31.00
This park is a mobile home park with a few RV sites. Most of the mobile homes are dated and many are in disrepair. The interior roads are in bad shape with many potholes. I called the office twice and got the answering machine both times. While check-in was OK, I returned to the office with a question and although the open sign was displayed and the lights were on, no one answered my knocks on the locked door. The utilities worked well, although the wifi is $14.95 per week. This is the only park that I've visited where I felt the need to lock my storage compartments when I left for the day. If I were to return to Natchez, I would likely find another park, perhaps the one across the river in Vidalia, LA. - 15243
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We enjoyed a Saturday evening / Sunday morning here while passing through the area. The park is a very decent RV park with easy access, full hookups (all utilities work), level sites (most are concrete, some gravel, and a few grass), and a nice pool overlooking the Mighty Mississippi. I wouldn't call it a resort, but it was a good value and an easy overnight stop. This park is comparable to Tom Sawyer's on the river in West Memphis. We will certainly return when passing through the Vidalia / Natchez area. For those interested in WiFi, I pulled 7.68 down / 0.84 up on the free park Internet. - dad2aprincess
Jul 2016 - $49.00
We only stayed in this RV park for 1 night on our way to the Natchez Trace Parkway. This is a clean and well maintained park. The pool was clean and a welcome relief on a very hot day. It was an interesting 1 mile walk along the Mississippi to go to the Vidalia welcome center which is located under the bridge. Our campsite was at the farthest point from the office so I suspect that is why the WIFI didn't work very well. We did not use the restrooms or showers but they looked clean. The roads in the park are mostly gravel and dirt so they were bumpy and not easy to walk on. The sites are paved and level and seemed large enough for any size RV. All of the hookups worked well. I would recommend this RV park to anyone visiting Natchez or the parkway. - Freelander1
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Nice park. Long level concrete pull through sites. Everything worked fine. - Jerry S
Feb 2016 - $20.00
The good: The area has a nice lake and several great hiking trails, ranging from about a mile up to 10 miles. The camping spots were mostly level, if somewhat uneven. They had large flat areas for tents and nice fire rings. It was very quiet and dark - great star viewing between the tall pine trees. Should be nice and shady during the summer. Very clean campground, and the host was superbly friendly and helpful.
Not so good: Some sites were somewhat short, even for a TM 3023. We stayed in #3, and I had to park across the drive after unhitching to stay out of the road. This campground does not take reservations. We arrived at about 5:30 PM on Friday before MLK weekend and took one of the last two spots. The last spot was filled within 20 minutes of our arrival. Due to tree removal, one of the two campground loops was closed, so they were down to 11 of their normal 22 sites. The showers in the lower loop bathrooms got no warmer than tepid. The swimming area showers were much better. The facilities could have used a little more maintenance: broken faucet in the bathroom, broken board on the playground, aforementioned lack of hot water.
Google Maps and our GPS directed us down Wagon Wheel Road to get to the campground. This was a rough gravel road and NOT the right way. Stay on the paved road: the campground is straight ahead in a short distance. - Usafabronco
Nov 2015 - $20.00
We thoroughly enjoyed soaking in the beauty of God's creation at this park. The RV sites are surrounded by towering trees. We spent a large portion of our time hiking on the trails. There are two 10+ mile trails that are accessible from the park as well as a 1 mile trail around the lake. There are lots of hills. It was almost like being in the mountains. The campground hostess was very helpful and it was obvious that she really enjoys her job. We will definitely be going back to this park. I would recommend loop B(sites 1-12) if you have a large motorhome. - Sojourner9
Apr 2013 - $1.00
Most sites are small and close together. We arrived in the middle of a weekday and found the place full, except for 2 sites that we could not fit in, so we moved on. - housecar