2 Parks near Waveland, Mississippi
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Park was very clean and neat. Roads in the park are paved and great shape with no potholes. Full hookups at all sites. The biting gnats were terrible and ate me alive as I forgot to bring bug spray, whatever you do don't leave home without some if you plan on staying here. There needs to be more signs showing how to get to park. - malojeer
Feb 2016 - $24.00
A large, pretty nice state park. Be sure to follow the directions on the park's web site, not your GPS. Check-in was fast and friendly. Full hook-ups were easily accessible. Modern restrooms and showers. Cozy laundry with 4 washers and dryers ($ 1.25 per load). Only complaint is that the sites are too crowded and interior roads are narrow. Sites are paved, reasonably long, level and have a concrete picnic table. The camp store, rec room, and water park were closed since it was February. While we were there for three nights, there was no trash pickup from the nearby trash barrel. Also apparently, people are allowed to park anywhere, as pickups and cars were scattered randomly around the area, on the grass, etc. However, given all, we would return if in the area. - starwind
Feb 2016 - $24.00
As others have said a nice peaceful state park. Getting there is a little challenging if you're not familiar with the area. You need to ignore the GPS and the web site directions, especially if you're towing a trailer or a toad. - jplante4
Jan 2016 - $25.00
There are no restrooms or showers. Water, electric and sewer only. 30 and 50 amp. Fairly level concrete pads.
The view is amazing! You are parked across the street from the beach. Rate is a little high, considering no amenities at all. Security does drive through the campground on occasion. There are no gates, and nothing to stop anyone from coming into campground. We were camping with several other rigs, so never felt too uncomfortable. You can call casino for shuttle, or if security is around they will call for you. No WiFi. - Vicki K
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Bare bones park with EWS....and NOTHING ELSE....except shuttle service to casino.
Never understood why they charge at all. We stay at NV casinos that never charge.
But, as the beer commercial says: "It's the water"
The park is right on (with only the road in the way) the water. From our picnic table, next to the motorhome, we could throw a rock into the water. Saw dolphins, walked the beach, etc. And the beach is, essentially, deserted.
While the campground, itself, is nothing much, there are no negatives, and the WATER.....the WATER.
Well worth staying. - MajorOz
Apr 2015 - $30.00
This site has mixed reviews. There are full hookups at every site, but no real amenities otherwise. The main reason to stay is the view. The sites look out over the gulf. We loved the location and the value. We stayed on an end site in Phase 2 (site 25 I believe). We were the only ones in phase 2 for a couple of nights and we worried about safety, but luckily no one messed with us. The Silver Slipper web site really gives very little information and does not have an good pictures. Google maps "street view" can show you the whole thing in great detail though. - Echelon73