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3 RV Parks near Pearl River, Mississippi
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pearl River. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pearl River in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $22.00
Not a very well run park, spaces so tight that you cannot open your canopy without hitting the nearby trees. Water pressure ok, septic works ok, Wifi may as well be non-existent, kept dropping signal off and on, spotty would be an improvement. Location is handy to town, etc. Not much room to park your tow vehicle. If not for nearby spaces not being used we would have had to park sideways and still blocked the road a bit. Probably will not return there, never saw anyone from the office . - Usaerrb19
Apr 2017 - $22.00
Stayed 2 days, used shore power but not water or septic. Shuttle runs to nearby casino. 3 puppies were running free but very friendly. Only saw them once. Men's showers are very tight and not wheelchair accessible. One toilet stall in men's shower/bath/toilets could use a good scrub, but not particularly offensive at the time. We stay the weekend so no PA discount. - Panochey E
Jun 2012 - $20.00
No to dog friendly because once I setup and had a chance to read the rules they singled out several breeds not allowed which included the two German Shepherds we have. We stayed one night and left. Also not big rig friendly. We have a 34' RV and was barely able to get the toad parked cross wise behind the rig. A larger rig would have no place for a tow vehicle. I was never given the password for the Wi-Fi. The office closes early and is not really helpful either. - lzhome
Apr 2013 - $13.00
The campground has eight RV sites, of which only sites 1 - 4 would accommodate a 40’ rig. It would take some doing with maneuvering and leveling blocks. Sites 1 – 4 have decks overlooking the lake and its beautiful surroundings. The park manager and staff were exceeding welcoming, friendly, and helpful. The wood for a campfire ring is provided free of charge. AT&T cell service was good. On some sites, the water faucet is located several feet down an embankment. Be sure to watch your hitch at entrance upslope. Daily rate reflects senior discount of $5/day. - DD Rolling Ranch
Apr 2012 - $18.00
This is an older State Park. It is on a beautiful small lake with 8 pull through sites. Sites 1-4 have 12X12 decks built out over the hillside, overlooking the lake. The restrooms and showers were dated, but clean. The onsite Ranger was the friendliest I have ever met. Dropped by a couple of times a day asking if everything was ok, and if he could help with anything. Nor really close to anything. Actually closer to the town of Sebastipol so I'm going to list it there, also. If looking for a place to get away and do nothing but maybe fish or hike, this is the place. - gywrwjt
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Ok RV Park. Location has a lake for swimming and water slides. Staff was very friendly. Has a restaurant on site that has good food. Too many long timers at the park using the best spots. Also you cannot reserve a RV spot, first come first serve. Lots to do at the location. - blonsk
Feb 2017 - $22.00
This RV park is very pretty with lake views. The lake has lighted water fountain which is pretty at night. Shady spots, cement pads are level. Gravel roads but they are well packed down and in good shape. Like others said, go directly to the RV campground and pick your site, then go to the restaurant and let them know your site number. Ask them for the combo to the mens and women's showers and for the WiFi logon code. The WiFi is spotty but cable tv was nice. Full hook ups with 50 amp service. There is a super Walmart about 2 miles up the road. The place is clean and well maintained but if you don't like gravel you might want to go elsewhere. I have a 32' travel trailer and maneuvering was very easy. Plenty of room to back in. Nice and quiet, we will be back. The restaurant was good home cooked style food. Lunch buffet was good as were the hamburgers for dinner. - Eric & Michelle Newton
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Do not pull into the parking lot at the office/restaurant. Because of restaurant patrons, you may not be able to get out again. Instead, go to the campground and pick out a site. Then call the office and tell them which site you are in. The roads in the campground are narrow, gravel, and not well-maintained. Once set up, sprinkle ant powder all around the outside of your RV. Whenever you go outside your RV, I suggest you use Off. The no-see-ums bite. The sites are on level cement pads. There's a picnic table and a grill. There's also a fire pit, but ours had a half-burned fence post and trash in it, so we didn't use it. The sites are shady, which we liked, and we had a view of the lake, which is beautiful. This is a beautiful, quiet campground, but the management doesn't seem to care about it. They're more interested in the hotel and the restaurant. - mrpeepers