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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a kind of small park upon entrance considering the sites up front and across from the office; other sites further back seemed a little larger; but they stuck us in the first and second site right across from the office; was a little hard driving into the site; to unhook, the truck was blocking the entrance to the park, which was very inconvenient for us and people trying to get in. Wi-Fi worked good with code from office. Office employees had so many rules couldn't keep up. Staff was a little cocky at times. Price is cheap though; and free shuttle to casino 24 hours. Our site was very level; the water connection is very out-dated. Looks like some homesteaders are there to stay. Only one trash bin way to the far corner of the property. Went there from Biloxi to get away from Tropical Storm Lee, but it found us on Labor Day; we hitched up and left. Oh, got lost trying to find the place; came in on the wrong side of town according to my phone map. Town layout is pretty weird, but all in all, a nice little town. May be back if the park is upgraded and the staff is a little more people-friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most of my rating of this park has to do with the shower restroom facilities as I travel in an Aliner. Self contained rigs may have a different opinion. This park was one of the best I have ever camped at. The entire grounds are concrete with pull through spaces. The restroom, shower, laundry facility is one of the best I have ever seen at a campground. This is a model of what these facilities should be. Very clean, well maintained and modern. Big mirrors and double vanities. I would suggest more hangers for towels and clothes. The seats in the showers are very small and may pose a problem for larger people. I had no problem myself though. Great facility! I would recommend this location. The staff is very friendly and home folksy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were told wifi, which is critical to us, was available. It was only for the two rows closest to the office. We used AT&T cell modem, no problem. Trees, while a nice touch, blocked our slides. Our large coach (38ft) was a little cumbersome and the utilities were right on the edge of the pad, blocking our bay doors. Not a bad place, not a great place. Very convenient to the Neshoba County Fair, casinos, etc. A decent price, and decent place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is not well maintained. The sites and roadways are a bit tight making access with large rigs difficult. The trees were at just the right height to cause issues with slides. With slides on both sides of the camper, you will take up the whole pad. The cable barely worked. I wouldn't stay here for any length of time, but it was the only campground in the area of the casinos. I will plan my trips in cooler weather and take advantage of boondocking at the casino. I stayed in a 35 ft fifth wheel and wouldn't recommend anything much larger. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was a very busy weekend and the RV park was booked. I had my name on a waiting list
and got called very early the morning we wanted to leave. This was the best personal service that we have ever had at an RV park. Very close to the Pearl River Resort facilites. Nice place to stay and reasonable for visitors to the casinos and waterpark. Try to visit during the Chocktaw Indian Fair, wonderful event. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park had nice pull through hook-ups and was located in an area that was quiet yet close to the local activities. The Choctaw Indian Resorts here are unreal and the new water park was a blast. It is truly a hidden treasure in a best kept secret state that all travelers must see. We camped here in a camper.
Located behind the Texaco station 2 miles east of Silver Star Casino (not impressed with it either). Paved pull thrus but short. With 40' 5th, truck needed to be parked off site. No recreational facilities. Ok to use for overnighter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.