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23 RV Parks near Escatawpa, Mississippi
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Escatawpa. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Escatawpa in the left hand column.
Sep 2011 - $25.00
This is a very small campground next to a marina. The marina is very nice and has great food and a bar (which means nightly activities). The sites are very short and very narrow. It rained and our steps led right down into a muddy area. Most sites sit right on the little road you take to pull in, so you are right in the traffic area. There are no restrooms or shower facilities. There are also a few permanent residents there, but it is directly across the entrance from River Bend Campground which has lots and lots of permanent residents. It was fine for meeting our friends to get on their boat and ride the river and go out to the islands, but would not stay there if there if not for that. - TerryMScampers
Nov 2018 - $28.00
The park is a more rustic and smaller than the average large park. The nightly rate was a just $28.00! It is next to I10 and very easy to get to. Camp site was level with dirt & gravel but no picnc table or fire pit. It had 30-50 amp service. Our pull-through was just easily long enough for our 40ft motorhome towing vehicle. There were some trees around the park but were able to get satellite reception with no difficulty. Very quiet (you could hear the birds) and only about half the camp sites were filled so they let us pick the site we liked best. Good Sprint and ATT service. Will definitely stay here again when in the area. - don-marg
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This is our 6th stay in this park over the past 2 years. It is an exceptional value, very unlike the portrayal of an earlier review posted on this site. The staff are thoughtful and helpful in every way, the park is truly spacious and kept clean, the saltwater pool is crystal clear, and both the short termers and long termers are friendly and considerate. It is quiet with a gorgeous country setting, the water/sewer/electric have always been faultless, and there are convenient dog-walk areas surrounding the spaces. The freeway is a mile (as the crow flies) and 3 miles by road (less than 5 min), but no freeway noise whatever at the park. The park has 2 sections - front and rear, separated by much grassy area. About half of the front section are pull-thru sites, and nearly all of those in the rear are back-in. - nationcruiser
Jun 2017 - $32.00
I love this park. The pool is beautiful, Family oriented, and My stay here has been great. - Ashley gray
Feb 2019 - $29.00
Stayed here before, but always in the concrete pull-thru sites. This time we have a new shorter rig. When making reservation we were asked if we needed 50 or 30 amp. I replied only needed 30 amp. When we arrived we were had been put into a back-in spot that wasn't long enough for the rig. After trying to call the office, at 5:30 PM, my husband walked back up to the office. We were put into one of the premium concrete pull-thru sites and had to pay the additional $5, but worth it so we didn't need to unhook. We will stay here again but make sure to specify pull-thru. This park is lots of permanent residents or those that come for the nearby fishing. Staff was pleasant. Roads were easy to navigate. - SoonerMom
Feb 2019 - $30.00
Check in at security gate was easy. Old appearing park with Lots of permanent trailers. We were in an overflow site which was on concrete. It had been raining heavily for days and site was dry. - sp123
Dec 2018 - $35.00
Too many RV parks use the word "Resort" when it doesn't apply. Too many full-time trailers here. Tight turns for large RVs. Entrance looks like it is going to be a resort but the entrance is the best part. Didn't go to the bayou - perhaps it looks better there.... - Nrf
Jan 2019 - $13.00
Stayed for 3 nights over New Years. Sites are gravel, generally well separated and fairly level, but have some roots and rocks in the case of site 22. Restrooms are old, but clean. Park staff helpful but noted that the maintenance budget is not adequate. Had a dead branch fall on my awning but no damage done. The park has an extensive trail system, but rain made some of the trails unusable. The area is typical Gulf coast marsh and forest. Would definitely come back, preferably in drier weather. - John McHugh
Oct 2018 - $13.00
Off the beaten path. Our site was very spacious - pull through - seemingly the largest in the park. Several others that would have worked fine, but many smaller ones as well. Most had a fire pit - ours didn't. Densely wooded and lots of underbrush surrounded by marsh. Friendly staff. Level crushed rock roads and sites in good repair. Would stay again. - Sonic
Mar 2016 - $18.00
We found this park to be very clean and easy to get around in. Yes there were a couple of low hanging branches but nothing that was a worry.
We did not use the bath house so can not assess it's cleanliness but the rest of the park seemed to be very clean.
The lady at the front office was very helpful and welcoming.
We had 50 amp power and water, which a lot of state parks do not have either.
I think for the value it is a great place to stay, especially with the amenities it had.
We would certainly state here again if in the area. - prstlkid
Mar 2015 - $24.00
We stayed here two weeks and enjoyed it a lot. The Good Sam discount didn't apply to the weekly rate, but the price was good without it. The staff was great. There are lots of long-term campers here and we were put in the "overflow section"....which turned out to be fine. It was level, and was backed up to a large lawn and great views of the bayou (birds, boats going by, etc.) The shower/toilet building is older but kept very clean and everything works. Our only complaints were with the terrible Wi-Fi. It was always weak or no signal at all, and dropped out constantly. An added bonus was the cafe that was on site. They had good prices and good food. Most of the raves were for the breakfast items and the Thursday night steak special. We will definitely be back next year. Watch out for the biting gnats, however! - stocky
Dec 2014 - $15.00
The park allows extended stays which was nice since my husband was working at the ship yard on a 2 month contract. They have a minimum 6 week stay. The RV section is close to the office and surrounded by permanent mobile homes. They have a great pool and playground, bbq grills and picnic pavilions. I felt very safe taking an evening jog around the park. They allow small pets so sparky was happy. Overall an excellent place to stay if you are visiting the coast! - Dora the Explorer
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed for 2 months. Lot sizes are nice with cement slab for picnic table. They kept up on lawn maintenance.
There are a lot of permanent park model trailers. They offer WiFi. Not top of the line but does do the job. No cable but your antenna picks up many station. Washer and dryer. Not sure nightly rate we payed monthly rate. - Anne14
May 2015 - $40.00
We have stayed at Camp Journey's End many times over the years not only because of its proximity to The Shed BBQ, but because it was a lovely campground. This is no longer true! It is about one third the size it was before and except for some full-time residents, the place looks abandoned. The ads on the internet claim they have wifi, cable, showers and bathrooms.The wifi is marginal, cable is nonexistent and the one shower is so nasty I wouldn't bathe my dog in it. There are two toilets (unisex) where I killed a large cockroach one morning. The place is horrible - the worst by far of any campground we ever had the misfortune to visit. Get your Shedhead on, but stay ANY place else in the area. - Mother Goose
Apr 2014 - $40.00
Nice wide pull through sites and trees and landscaping were nice. Right next to a great BBQ place and across from a good gas station with diesel. Quiet and easy access. Now to Why I gave it such a poor rating. The park is on a highway easement, they can't use over half the park, and it hasn't been updated in years. No WiFi, pool was a swamp, low water pressure, ants everywhere, no TV channels available even on antennae, no Good Sam discount, and no credit cards accepted. - Axe and Cindy
Dec 2018 - $22.00
Small campground in a small section of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Well kept, clean visitors center and campground. Nice trails. Quiet park. Sites are paved. Most seem pretty level. Ours had a good bit of downhill slope. - Bonniem10
Nov 2018 - $10.00
This is a national campground so saved $10/n from $20 rate with Senior Pass. This campground has no sewers, wifi or cable. There is a dump station. All sites are backins. We could get ABC and CBS on TV antenna but not much else. Campground is located close to Ocean Springs and 30 minutes from Biloxi casinos and beaches. We were there for the very nice Anderson Art and Craft Festival. Roads to/in campground are paved and sites are paved. There is a pad with a picnic table and a fire ring. Many sites are very short and not very level. My site could not fit both my 45 ft RV and tow and you can not park on the grass. Lots of trees so could not get satellite. Only a few sites probably can access satellite. The bathhouse is about as nice as you will find in any campground. There is a security gate but it was broken. Register at the campground not at the Welcome Center. - Tom Willing
Oct 2018 - $22.00
The park itself is really nice with lots to do and lots of nature to be found. The campground itself was okay at best. While there were quite a few bigger rigs (ours is a 41' 5th wheel) it wasn't all that easy to maneuver thru the campground and back in. Once you pull out you have to go back in to toward the campsites to get to the dump site. As long as you are in a spot you can get in to its a fine campground. On a side note, the directions on the web site were confusing and it says to check in at the visitors center... which when we did they said that was not the case. - campersfromiowa
Mar 2019 - $22.00
The pictures are very deceptive. We reserved a spot for one night while traveling. When you pull in, there is a lovely lake and playground and some cute cottages. Driving to our spot we started seeing a lot of older and unkept campers. It was obvious most of these people live here full time. Not judging because people are down on their luck but what went on right next door was totally disturbing. Not sure how many people were living there but a big fight broke out about bedtime. Yelling, slamming doors, threatening to kill each other. I called the campground security, and you guessed it, I got voicemail! Long story short we had to call 911. The sheriffs had to come out twice and finally arrested them all. If I could give this place a minus rating I would. Worst experience ever and I don't understand how they can be associated with Passport America. DO NOT STAY HERE. - Pld
Dec 2018 - $28.00
This CG is in a beautiful spot, on a lake with a beach, pool, sauna, playground, all paved roads and mostly paved sites. However, the park itself is an absolute dump. There are too many people who live here and have junk and trash all around their spaces. Around the outside of the CG are junk trailers, with trash all around them, a row of junk cars and there are even some abandon cars sitting in empty spaces in the park. It's obvious, nobody from management ever gets out and looks at this park. Some of the people that lived in this CG have put so much stuff on their space, it went over into the neighbor's area. They've added porches, awnings, and dog pens, and have stored old cars, refrigerators, freezers, lawn chairs, grills, towing equipment, hoses, toys, bikes, and piles of other things just stacked up. - Old GI
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Front of park was very nice. Awesome playground, beautiful lake and pool. Cabins were adorable from the outside. Problem is that there are too many people that live here and the rest of the park is very junky. We had a view of lots of rubbish and several permanent campers that are falling apart. Restrooms were not as clean as I would like, the hand dryer was broken & no paper towels were available. One of the toilets was also broken. Pool was very nice but very cloudy. Would only stay again if the messy campers were cleaned up & the restrooms were in better order. They could have a 5 star resort if they cleaned it up, got rid of the run down campers and added another bath house. - Mommieof3
Mar 2019 - $52.00
Agree with previous review, this is a very nice, pretty new RV park. It has all the amenities except, surprisingly, cable TV. OTA is good with many FL, MS and AL stations. This is a very dog friendly park with rules enforced but not oppressively. Interior roads and sites are very smooth, well-compacted and dust free gravel. Utilities and wifi are all good. Folks are very friendly and helpful. Decor throughout the park definitely shows a tasteful lady's touch. The only real negative is that the sites are VERY close together. Seems like they own more unused property that could have been used to make things less cramped. As is the case with all the newer parks/resorts we visit, they are a bit pricey, at least for daily rates. - Grumpier99
Feb 2019 - $38.00
Beautiful, small, privately run RV park. Very clean, well managed and quiet. Great place to spend time or like us an overnight stop, conveniently off of I-10. I wish all RV parks where managed like this one. No cable but good strong TV signal. - LucyS
Jan 2019 - $50.00
A nice gem...welcoming, helpful well equipped, Marco Grad decorated, too! We called upon exiting I-10 as suggested, and were met with escort who helped direct us into our site. It is a small park and sites are deep but tight. Plenty wide for slideouts, etc. Welcome packet included local attractions and a jar of jam. Each site had a board with our names on it. Nice pool and laundry, etc. Would stay here again. - Jitime40