33 Parks near Pass Christian, Mississippi
May 2016 - $30.00
The park is just off the I-10 express. There is some traffic noise, but not enough to destruct a sound sleeper. A train track is just to the south of the camp ground, but no trains have run in the night so again no problem with that noise. If you are traversing I-10, this would be a great over night. easy in easy out in the morning. We were having some work done on our travel trailer so the were here for a week. Some trees, but some of the pads have roots that have pushed the asphalt up and may be trouble leveling. The hookups are at the back of each pad. While it appears the rates are high, other sites in the area are much higher. We have enjoyed our stay here. - Laptop Willie
Feb 2010 - $27.00
OK for overnight. Very narrow, paved road to get to sites. We had to dodge many tree limbs. Park owners really need to trim them back. Not really worth the money but was close to interstate and we needed a place to stop for the night. - tbg
May 2009 - $25.00
I spent one night at this nice RV park while waiting for some trailer repairs to be done. It was clean and the sites were roomy enough to handle most larger RVs. Some of the trees could be trimmed, especially the ones near the turns on the interior roads. Hookups were fine and worked well. The bathhouse and laundry were exceptionally clean. Park host was very helpful in getting set up and wanted to be sure that I had no problems or questions. Although the interstate is within view I did not think the noise was intrusive at all. - trlrboy
Jan 2016 - $15.00
We arrived just after a downpour and had 3 more days of rain so everything was pretty wet. Site was gravel and dry, but step off the gravel and there was standing water everywhere. Other then that it was quiet and decent. - SMOKE665
Aug 2015 - $5.00
This is my home park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I enjoy the peace and quite this park has. On weekends there or plenty of kids for my grandkids to play with. A small boat is a must to enjoy the great fishing in the area. The back section is private and large sites. (No wifi in the back ) The front is more for long term stays (wifi )close to club house and showers. - Aretus45
May 2015 - $5.00
We stayed at Wolf River Resort for 3 days and loved it! The owners & workers were so nice to us! Very clean park! We had a cement patio with a picnic table & a lovely water view. Plan on going back very soon! - Maureen LeBoeuf
Sep 2015 - $18.00
It was only $18 but that's all you got for the money. The staff member who signed us in was a little abrupt and condescending. The restrooms are one each for males and females, they each have a toilet and shower in them. Small and average to use but clean. The pool was out of the way but it was nice enough. A small camping ground and it was quiet when we were there. Maybe stay there again if nothing else was nearby. - kiwitravelers
Jan 2015 - $12.00
Great enjoyable park, rustic and they have campfire every night and for breakfast. Lot of seasonals. Quick on and off I-10. - Tampajohn
Dec 2013 - $14.00
We picked a site near the pond. Veterans told us that this site could flood in big rains. Community fire pit was nice to meet & greet. Lots were fairly close. Never went to the bath house but they did have a nice but very small clubhouse. Not much amenities besides the two very nice fishing ponds. Longbeach area is nice and rebuilding from Katrina. It takes about 15 minutes to get to the beach from the campground. Many shopping opportunities near. - Craig H
Mar 2016 - $48.00
Very nice RV park next to the casino. The check-in process was a mystery. There is a phone in the laundry room that allows you to talk to the check-in desk, but this was not well posted. I assume you could also walk to the hotel check-in desk to check in, as well. The added resort fee was a surprise, and I'm not sure there was any value there. If you want to eat at the hotel/casino buffet, get there early. - Alicenpete
Mar 2016 - $29.00
RV park office was closed (for repairs it appeared, not sure). Check-in was by phone to the casino hotel front desk. Monica at the desk was amazing - our reservation had been screwed up by Boomtown casino, she fixed it and even made sure our Good Sam discount was applied. Also, we had a prescription that was mailed to us at the wrong address (it arrived at Hollywood after we'd left, it was supposed to go to our next location). Monica put us in contact with the Hollywood casino shipping folks, who sent the package to us at our next location.
The park itself is very nice. Extra-large level sites, large trees, picnic tables, free ice machine, small (2+2) but clean laundry room.
One issue: WiFi had limited range - we drove around the park and picked a site with good reception - but many sites didn't. - Neil_and_Sandy
Mar 2016 - $40.00
First, I am conflicted in rating this park. It is clean and well laid out, quiet with plenty of green space between concrete paved sites. Garbage cans adjacent to your site picked up every morning. Free shuttle to and from casino. There is no on site presence for the campground, requiring one to call the casino to check in. There is consistently a long wait to reach them. The resort charges an $11.00 per night resort fee, bringing your nightly rate to $40. The water has a murky tint to it, but we found that this is typical for Bay St. Louis, MS water supply. Our rig is 45 ft, and we were limited to one of the pull-thru sites, but we fit. Our site's water supply box stayed flooded for our entire stay, adding a swampy muck to access the area around it. We told the maintenance crew & they did nothing. WiFi did not work. Given the above, if we return to the area, we will stay here again as the area campgrounds are not as nice externally as this one. - Field Trip
Nov 2013 - $30.00
Small park. Friendly staff. Picnic tables falling down but lots were not crowded. Close to I-10 so traffic noise. Clean restrooms/showers. - Sygarner
May 2013 - $40.00
This park is clean at the office area, but there is a junk appliance place right in front of it. Park is NOT secure; anyone can come in or out at any time. It is right next to an interstate exit, and you hear trucks all night! Bathrooms were never unlocked. We were in a pop up camper and were never told there was no bathroom access. We were in town for a softball tournament and no shower was NOT acceptable. We checked in on Fri. afternoon, and left on Sat. morning early because of this. It's been 2 months, and we cannot get these people to answer the phone or return my calls. We paid for 2 nights and cannot get a refund of the 2nd night. Some of the campers there are actually people who live there. You could tell the campers had not been moved in years! I do not recommend anyone staying at this place. They need to be shut down! - BamaGirl2
Jun 2012 - $37.00
Not worth the money. The park is an okay place to spend the night. Asked for a satellite friendly site and was assigned a space directly under a large tree. Had to exit the park and come back in to get to a new site. Park has several fire ant mounds close to sites. Use caution when connecting utilities! All sites have level concrete pads. Many, many signs warning to not drive or park on grass. - davedopp
May 2016 - $55.00
The park is barren and covered in large, 3/4 inch loose gravel/rock which is difficult to walk on. The only shade is minimal and on the edges of the property. The site pads are not defined and there is not a table or anything else except the pillar you hook up to. When we called to make the reservation the lady was nice and said that the beach was only about 90 feet away from the park, it was more like 900 feet. The park is separated from ocean by an overgrown lot and a 4 lane divided major road. The sidewalk to get there is in disrepair and not continuous. The view of the ocean at the beach is dominated by the industrial shipping dock and the large visible pipe with a warning sign on it. The park office is tiny, maybe 6x8 feet and also contains a few shelves that make up the "store." The staff reception was cold and rude. Once at the park you get the full set of rules, after you pay the nonrefundable fee, of course. They are militant about the rules and come to enforce them even when you are following them. The pool is a joke, it is more like a large spa. The first rule is to bath/rinse off before getting in but the shower was not working and they closed it well before the 9pm closing time posted. They also closed the pool because of nonexistent bad weather, claimed a weather alert. According to 3 different weather apps the closest lighting strike was 309 MILES away and there were no active weather alerts at the time. Apparently jumping into a pool is now the same as diving since rules are being made up at the whims of whoever is in charge. You aren't allowed to hang your towels or swimsuits outside to dry which is ridiculous since you are at the beach. They advertise as a family friendly place but it is obvious that they don't like kids and make it feel extremely unfriendly. It was so bad we left a day early even though we paid for that day. It is a shame since we have always thought Mississippi was such a warm, friendly place. - linda f
Feb 2016 - $45.00
Very friendly and helpful staff. Good wifi, good cable, very pet friendly.
We could see the Gulf of Mexico from our RV. A short walk along sidewalk to the beach front. Large stone gravel sites, quite small, no picnic tables, just enough room to park tow vehicle. Common fire pit which seemed to be used most evenings. Landscaping around office area only. There were a few full timers and work campers on site 24/7.
good location to beach, close to casino and few restaurants. - Live Life
Dec 2015 - $48.00
This is a gravel parking lot. They nickel and dime you to death , $10 to wash your car, $25 for the coach and $5 to fill your water tank. Weather is cold so asked to use the game room to play cards and was told the owner had the key and it was only open if they had an event. We're here for a week while heading west and will never stay here again!!!!!!!!!!!!! - roger a
May 2016 - $21.00
Very large concert pads on a pull through site. The only negative is there's no shade. Easy to get on and off base. Very strong free WiFi. Nicest military park I've been to. - Nevadadon
Apr 2016 - $15.00
The campground just opened a new section back by SeaBee Lake and this review concerns this new section. All sites are back ins and even though the concrete pad is the same size as those in the main campground (the main campground has large spaces for vehicle parking), the sites are considerably shorter. Units are not allowed to stick out over the grass so there is little room to park a vehicle unless you have a short rig. A couple of long term campers with big rigs moved out to this section and their vehicles were either parked on an unoccupied site or sticking out in the road. The road is narrow and some of the sites will be difficult to back into messing up the nice pretty new grass. There is a bathhouse/laundry in this section with a nearby play ground and dog park. SeaBee lake is a short walk. The office will remain at the main campground near the front gate. In my opinion, big rigs would be better at the main campground as the new section is not really big rig friendly. - roadking
Mar 2016 - $22.00
65 pull through sites with full hook up and cable just inside the gates of this small SeaBee base. Since in the winter most of the sites are taken by seasonal residents they are opening a second park on the other end of the base in April 2016. We went to tour that facility as well, which is close to the lake, boat rentals, golf facility, paintball, children's park and more. Both facilities will allow reservations, and on line reservations are being offered starting April 1. As always, the facility is clean and well maintained. - Ncw
Mar 2015 - $20.00
We only stayed the night because the park was half way between our start and destination. Was not a resort but not a bad experience I found any complaints with. It was easy in and easy out and the friendliness of the managers stood out and made it a delight without hiccups. Not a destination type park but clean and safe! Stop and meet the owners. They are nice - Goodrider119
Nov 2013 - $15.00
The owners are about the nicest people we've met during our travels and this was our 2nd year we have stayed here. The noise from the road is constant but you can't hear it inside, and while there aren't any showers it does have a laundry room. What this park has going for it is close proximity to just about everything from New Orleans to Bilox- it's about 40 minutes to either one. Walmart and Clairborne Hill Grocery is 1-2 mile trip and the entire strip of Highway 90 in front of the park gives access to many restaurants and shops between Waveland to Pass Christian. The beach is not far to the south and if you go north you'll be at the Stennis Space Center. Slidell is just 20 minutes west as is Gulfport to the east for shopping. If you like the Casinos; Silver Slipper and Hollywood Casinos are nearby and easy to get to. Their weekly buffets are put together with very talented chefs. This park is a mixture of working vs. retired travelers and we'd stay there again next year as well. - User3326
May 2007 - $15.00
We called to see about availability and were told to pull in and choose a site. We chose a site with 50 amps. We put down levelers, put out slide, hooked up and discovered we only had one leg of 50 amp service. When we moved, the new site was quite uneven. We stayed using Passport America. - jane benjey
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Well, we read all the reviews, and even after reading the negative ones, we decided to book our annual RV vacation at Buccaneer. We camped for 1 week in a 31' rig with two slide-outs, in spot #117, which is in the Treasure Bay Loop of the park. There were plenty of trees in that loop, so plenty of shade in the AM and PM. Yes, the train tracks were very close-by, but it didn't bother us. We like the trains. As for the campsites themselves, they leave a lot to be desired. There was very little grass, and the dirt (dried mud) had TONS of trash and debris embedded in it. And we're not talking post-Katrina debris. We're talking lots of trash, broken glass, pop tops, bottle caps, etc. It seemed that everywhere I looked in this park, there were cigarette butts.
The paved RV pad was very narrow and drops-off; so you have to set up your awning and patio rug / chairs on top of dirt. Which turns into a lot of mud when it rains. Most campgrounds have a paved pad for the patio area. As others have said, it is unbelievable that paying campers have to pay to use the wading pool. I can see charging for the water park (which was nice) but the wading pool should be included for paying campers.
There was very little patrolling / oversight from the rangers and staff. Quiet hours are completely ignored by many of the campers. Screaming, yelling, arguing and loud music at all hours of the night. People were letting their dogs run free more than I've ever seen anywhere else.
The park is not very well maintained; including the showers and restrooms. This place seemed like chaos most of the time. It seems like we enjoyed our vacation when we were away from the campsite, or inside our camper. We won't be camping at Buccaneer State Park again. - Chillaxin 3
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Shady and roomy enough. In the back so you do hear the trains at night. Would choose to be more in the front next time. There is no trash pick up from the open cans which is strange.
The pool inside the grounds is closed Mondays and Tuesdays which was very disappointing. There is a $6.00 fee to use it. Only 2 to 2.5 ft deep not sure why a lifeguard has to be present or make it adults only on those days! Had some loud music a few spots down from us. Kids roaming unsupervised everywhere. Not far from a beach area. Casino just down the street. Downtown Bay. St. Louis is quaint and not to be missed! Not sure if I would stay here again. - Reenie beanie
May 2016 - $24.00
We camped here for Memorial Day weekend. It was absolutely booked, but still worth it. The campground was made up of several small loops. We stayed on Barataria loop. The sites were rather close together and offered no real privacy. The campground is located near the beach, so it's not very wooded. Each site had a picnic table and a trash can but NO FIRE RING. The only campfires we saw were in fire rings that campers brought themselves. The trash cans at each site did not have a bag or a lid and were not emptied during our stay so we chose to take our trash the the dumpster ourselves. There is a nice playground within walking distance. LOTS of kids riding their bikes around the paved loops. The showers were clean but water was lukewarm at best. There is a water park on site but it was too expensive for a day. They should offer a discount to campers or a multi-day pass. The beaches, outside the park, are a hidden gem. It's a short drive from the campground, exiting either left or right. The campground is about 30 minutes from Biloxi, and one hour from New Orleans. - UnderTheStars