2 Parks near Picayune, Mississippi
Feb 2012 - $25.00
Nice campground. People are friendly and the management is very helpful. Not close enough to the freeway to make it a convent over nighter, but lovely if you take the time to get here. Cable would definitely be a plus, but they do not have it. They do sell farm fresh eggs which is a plus in our book. Showers were clean but I could not find hot water to save my life, so we did not use them. The laundry is free or maybe you have to pay the office to use because the machines were not the commercial coin operated kind, 1 household washer & dryer. Very quiet, serene place to get away for a couple of days. Wish we had time to stay longer. Will return. - sandimal
May 2009 - $24.00
I want to love this campground. It's very tranquil and full of lovely plants and trees that surround a pond. The sites in front of the bathhouse and around the pond are beautiful. DON'T go behind the bathhouse or accept a site in the back. It's full of permanent campers that are questionable at best. The website is somewhat deceiving. #1. There is no cable/satellite TV. #2. There is Wi-Fi but you won't get it unless you pay $5.00 per day. Their rates are very reasonable but $5 for Wi-Fi? It was very quiet and we enjoyed our stay. The owner was very friendly/helpful. Overall, I did love this campground at least the front section which is where we stayed. - Holiday Rambling
Apr 2009 - $23.00
The park was very clean and well landscaped. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The laundry and bath-houses were clean and roomy. If you are looking for a nice, peaceful, serene, calming, quaint atmosphere to get away from it all, this is the place. We highly recommend this park and will visit again and again. - joesandyw
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here from Dec 20th to Jan 20th, so the nightly rate will be wrong (500/month). The staff were very welcoming. The pads are all raised gravel or concrete, with about 6" above grade at every site. Substantial rain fell while we were there, some pounding between sites, but the drainage was very good. The sites except for a few were back in, but lots of room to manouver. Park has a large pool and conference room and lends itself well to large group of campers. The main office is large and welcoming with a lovely common room. Free coffee is available. Campers are a mix of permanent, long and short term campers. Some of the long term or perm ant sites do need to be sorted and tidied.
Staff are constantly working to improve the campground, with planting going on while we were there. Any issues were dealt with pleasantly and professionally. Of particular note was The Site Manager and The assistant Manager, along with the two site guys, who were enjoyable to talk to.
There is lots of room to walk your dogs (if you have a lab, bring a towel!) and contains a lovely lake area with an island that houses the "odd couple" of a mallard and a Muscovy duck, who are tame enough to throw bread too!
The wifi is good enough to stream, when the park is quiet. Sometimes it needed reset, but we are large users and we could FaceTime and even Netflix! So kudos to Sun Roamers for taking this seriously. This is important for us, and it looks like they have six nodes. I did an analysis of the channels, it needs some channel tuning, But it does do good. Could not get any over the air TV channels. Washrooms and showers are good. Electricity is stable at 112 volts as is the water pressure. Water tastes good too!
This is a good all round campsite, about five minutes from Picayune, 15mins from Slidell, 45 mins to New Orleans. Easy on and off from I59 at exit 4. Be careful heading east Hwy 43, to the road, it is deceiving, I went in the road before the real road.
Great job Sun Roamers! - Sandy D
Nov 2015 - $32.00
Nice RV park, we were given a nice pull thru. A mix of full timers, seasonal and day use RVs. Most all looked in good condition and park was in good shape. Good full hook ups. Plenty of place to walk, good place to walk our dogs. While we didn't use this park as a home base to visit New Orleans we saw several people around us driving into New Orleans for the day. About 45 minutes to an hour to get to New Orleans. - The Sandbox
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Very nice, quiet park. Staff was helpful and kind. Large pool with laundry facility. Concrete pads with full hook ups. No Wifi as in most campgrounds that say they have it but don't. I would definitely go back. - Rebecca Perere