Camp alongside the Mississippi with views of Natchez and barge traffic.
After hours there were lots of vehicles driving through the campground to access a venue next door. Nobody stopped them or rerouted them to the proper entrance.
We?ll look for a different campground on our next visit to the area.
This campground is gorgeous! The owners have created a beautiful landscape with lots of trees and numerous flowerbeds. They have used the contours of the land to create sites at different elevations, providing a wonderful feeling of privacy.
It is incredibly peaceful and relaxing. We will return.
Rate is with NPS senior pass. Small campground. Grounds nice. Some sites tricky to back in.
Some bathroom users are pigs (toilet paper strewn around, toilets not flushed, trash can overturned in showers, etc). The bathrooms weren't cleaned at all during our weekend stay.
Owners are pleasant and helpful. Sites mostly level, good gravel pad. 20 amp service only, one pedestal for every 2 sites. Bring extra hose and electric! Bathrooms dated, push button showers. Website claims access from the campground to the rail trail, but the path ended at a stream. We rode 1 mile on roads to access the trail. Address is incorrect - the campground is on Croll School Road near the intersection of Indian Rock Dam Rd.
Office was closed. Sign said owner would be back later, pick a site. We waited a couple of hours, nobody showed. We called and were told to drop our money in the slot on the door. We asked about bathrooms, they were closed for the season. We left.
Camp office is in a historic house by the lake. Staff are pleasant and helpful. We walked in, but were charged a $5 "reservation fee". Few sites are level, and there is little space between sites. Water was turned off at the sites for the winter, but one spigot near the bath house was operational. The bath house was clean, but the hot water wasn't working during our stay.
We thought the price was very high and the campground was mediocre. We won't return.
Great place for an overnight. Rate is Passport America.
Management is very nice to customers. Pull through sites are large and level. Hot tub! Bathhouse is clean (though dated). Water in women's was hot, men's was warm. Good wifi signal.
Park is close to the highway; significant traffic noise.
There are 2 loops. The upper (camp office) loop has spacious level sites. The lower (lake) loop has much smaller sites, some of which are very unlevel. The nice folks at the office allowed us to drive around and pick our site. We stayed in the upper loop and were very pleased. The bath house was clean and had hot showers. Verizon cell service was good - mifi at 4G, phone at 3G.
The camp host, ranger, and staff were very friendly and helpful. friendly.
The park has many hiking and equestrian trails but we didn't have time to investigate.
Guard at entrance/exit.
Reasonable bathrooms with hot water. Good electric. No water at site (winter). Transient sites are pull through, but on a hillside and way out of level. One set of Lego blocks is not enough!
Very few people and no amenities at this time of year.