A small private campground providing stable services for equestrian activities and bicycling along the 46 mile long Longleaf Trace Rail Trail. Owner is quite friendly and knowledgeable about the area and Longleaf Trace. Campground consists of five sites dedicated to RVing, and four sites for tents. Each of the five RV sites is FHU. Utilities worked fine. RV sites are grassy and tent sites are gravel. We had to use one set of levelers on the utility side of the camper. Access is snug in sites 3-5 due to small back-in turning radii. I believe a large trailer, fifth wheeler, and motor home could maneuver only into site 1 or site 2. Owner said he rarely gets more than three RVs at a time. Quiet. About two blocks off of MS 52. There are some friendly horses there, but if you are a kid and not bicycling with parents on the Trace, there is really nothing to do. There was a healthy population of non-biting black ants. A scout had found its way in by the next afternoon. Check-out time was whenever, in other words, enjoy life. Cash only. CSpire phone service was 5 bars and 3G. DTV had all five networks and independents, excellent over the air signals. CATV connect was on the water post, but it had no signal. No Wi-Fi, so we used our phones. For bicycling, the Longleaf Trace is one of the nicest trails in the South. We rode from Bassfield to Prentiss and back in July! Lots of water stops on the Trace. We would definitely return to this campground to serve as a base camp for riding the remainder of the Trace. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for two nights so I could ride my bicycle on the Longleaf Trace, a 41 mile, paved, world class bike trail. The owner is on the board of the trace and was very friendly and helpful. There are 5 back-in sites on a horse farm with full hookups including cable. Electric service is 20, 30, and 50 amp. There are 4 other sites with water and 20 amp electric, plus tent sites on the property. There are horses nearby plus a bunch of beagles that, when set off, raise an amazing cacophony. The rate for full hookups was $22.50 per night. Narrow streets might dissuade large rigs from staying here. Bassfield is a tiny community with one restaurant and one fast food place. We found the location particularly good for the trace and would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in our 31 ft Class C because I wanted to ride my bicycle on the Longleaf Trace, a 40 mile paved trail from Hattiesburg to Prentiss, MS. The owner of Four -K- Stables was extremely helpful and friendly. We camped through a cold spell and he winterized our water hose, at his expense. His main business is the stable, having 5 horses of his own, and it was fun being around the horses. The facility owner is on the Board of Directors of the Longleaf Trace and is very supportive of all users. There is an equestrian trail adjacent to the paved trail that is wide enough for buggies and wagons. Bassfield is a 58 mile round trip to and from Hattiesburg on the trail. We camped here in a Motorhome.