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4 RV Parks near Ferriday, Louisiana
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ferriday. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ferriday in the left hand column.
Oct 2019 - $45.00
This is a very nice park on the shore of the Mississippi River across from Natchez. The spaces are adequately spaced. There don't appear to be any long term renters. I would love to go back to this park. - Nat02
Oct 2019 - $45.00
This park will definitely go into our Top 10 list of all time. Right on the banks of the Mississippi River (across from historic Natchez, MS), super friendly front office staff, sparkling clean laundry room and restrooms, a whole slew of amenities, including a big swimming pool. Sites have level concrete pads, a picnic table and hook-ups that are conveniently located. The interior roads graveled, wide and with gentle curves that can handle the big rigs easily. Depending on the location of the trees in your section of the park, sites vary from relatively close to spacious. Nightly price is well worth it. We've paid quite a bit more and gotten a lot less for our money. With all there is to do in the area, and the park itself, this would be an excellent destination stop. Or as in our case, a restful overnight stop. No doubt we'd stay here again. - boardman
Jul 2019 - $30.00
Spotless RV park with the best view of the Mississippi River in Vidalia, La. Very friendly office staff. Locally owned by Natchez family. Amenities include pool, clubhouse, office, store, spotless baths and laundry. Strong WiFi and power. We have stayed here many, many times. Great spot for the Great Mississippi Hot Air Balloon Races in the Fall. - Oooooooo
Feb 2018 - $17.00
Very nice park with a beautiful and large lake. Place for rv very conveniently remote from each other.Verizon wifi good. At night quiet and calm. - Obcy
May 2019 - $34.00
Park pics look better than reality. It's shady and lots of full timers, somewhat clean but overall not great. No frills. Entrance is a bit rough. Just OK for an overnight stay, would not plan on long term camping. Just my opinion. - Usaerrb19
Jan 2019 - $35.00
I just wanted to add that there is no swimming pool. There is no other conventional rv park that has more than enough shade. The trees are huge! Watching the squirrels is a great attraction! Just sow yourself some corn, or hang a cob even. The park has it's own eco system. Trust me, I'm a naturalist. You might get to see a Mediterranean Geckos, which have been spreading farther and farther north, here in the states. Woodpeckers are another good attraction. The park is setting on one of the largest worm beds you may ever come across. It is a very peaceful and the folks are quite hospitable. Awakening to the sound of mocking birds is refreshing. Look for the white painted brick walls on both sides of the entrance, from Highway 61 South/North. In the Spring, the Azalea Bushes blossom above and behind one of the walls. The park was founded in a dress of green and white theme. - AroHed
Oct 2018 - $39.00
Very easy to make reservations, easy check in by friendly staff who helped us park. They checked on us each day to make sure the visit was meeting our expectations. The park was very clean. everything worked well. - Irene-Wayne2
May 2019 - $25.00
This is a great State Park about 10 miles north of Natchez. When you make the left turn onto Wickcliff Rd the entrance to the Park is half a mile on the right - your GPS will want to take your further down the road, don't. When you turn in to the park the campground is about two miles further in. The roads in and within the park are narrow, they twist and turn, there are some blind hills and there are overhanging trees. In a word, go slow coming in. If you have a reservation you go directly to your site. We never saw the Park Ranger nor the camp host the entire time we were there. The park is neat, well taken care of and there is no trash lying around. Our site was a concrete pad, perfectly level, long enough for the rig and the car but also very narrow. There is good site separation. Most sites are partial or completely shaded. However, we were able to get our DISH antenna to find the satellites on the Western arch with no issue. Our Verizon cell phones worked without an issue. Our Version MiFi was extremely slow at times. All utilities were convenient to the wet bay and worked without issue. The big problem are the bugs and the ticks. I picked up more ticks walking my dog then I have in the past two years traveling full time. Make sure you are well protected when you venture out. We would stay here again. - William T
Apr 2019 - $22.00
Nice campground, long and fairly level asphalt sites. We had water and electric hookup only. There is a dump station. Heavily wooded all around the campsites. Some sites have wooded path to the lake. Some bugs. The lake is beautiful, looks like very good fishing. Short drive into Natchez for sightseeing. Our site was very muddy from recent rain if you stepped off the asphalt spur. Go to the Visitor's Center first to get an idea of what to do. Many tours of the antebellum mansions are available, as well as a National Park with interesting exhibits and information. Driving the Natchez Trace parkway is beautiful. Access to the Trace is very close to the campground. The restaurant Roux 66 is close and VERY good. - debdana
Apr 2019 - $15.00
We stayed in Campground B. Very nice and clean. Not a lot of spots for big rigs. Great overnight stop. Sites are close together. Verizon signal was good. We got one of only two pull-thrus. We would stay here again. - TEXASBOY