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3 RV Parks near Eupora, Mississippi
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Eupora. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Eupora in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $1.00
Looks like these free campgrounds are becoming homes rather than overnight stops. Many campers had that extended stay look about them. With the very limited number of sites available the likelihood of getting one is pretty slim. Unless you're arriving very early don't count on it. - User2063
Jun 2017 - $1.00
FREE Campground on Natchez Trace Parkway. We had stayed at another place the night before and we were expecting something along the same lines. Jeff Busby much smaller (18 sites) and appeared to be sitting on the side of a hill. Difficult to maneuver with our 30 foot trailer and 21 foot tow vehicle. Lots of trees and sites were uneven. The campground was laid out weirdly as well. Sometimes difficult to figure out where on campsite began and the other ended. That being said, it was a perfect spot to sit out under the awning during a rain storm. A very forested area and some trees very close to the road. But very worth the effort. No hookups. Beautiful area. - arizona drifters
Oct 2016 - $1.00
This place was packed on Sat & Sunday night. All but a couple of tent sites are pull thrus. There were a couple of issues. First, the pads were so covered in pine needles & leaves that you couldn't see some of the sites. A lot of them are very long & in a number of them there were tenters. If they had moved their cars off the pads, an RV could have easily used that pad without disturbing the tenter. We offered the use of the back end of our pad to another RVer, but they were towing & weren't able to back up to get out without disconnecting their car. There was no map or camp host available here, so people had to drive around several times to figure out the sites. Of course, big pine trees right next to the pads make it difficult to maneuver larger RVs. It was very nice otherwise & you can't beat "free". We were parked on the site behind the restroom & were able to get our satellite by pulling forward quite a bit. - goldenruler
Oct 2018 - $65.00
Good campground. Staff was great. We had the pull through concrete pads and they were in good condition. Just went to get away for a couple days. - blonsk
Sep 2018 - $63.00
Park was nice. Very close to Mississippi State University. Nice view of lake. Nice couple running park. Robert dropped off some free firewood to use during our stay. WiFi was poor but park was full due to football weekend. - Betngreg
Jul 2018 - $60.00
What a nice RV Park. We were on a "deluxe" site with a concrete pad and full hook-ups, including 50A electric service. We had absolutely no issues with the facilities during our stay, and the owners are fine folks. Very kind and helpful. Theyvspotted a flat tire on my truck before I did and offered to air it up for me so I could get to town to get it plugged. THAT is service! Would absolutely stay here again! - robroy90
May 2018 - $20.00
Really nice park. Stayed 2 days, would have stayed longer if scheduled allowed. Highly recommend site 16. Don't believe the website. Originally booked 15 but low branches and short pad made us change. Site spacing is awesome as is the view of the lake. - newbies2016
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Choctaw Lake Recreation Area is a great place to get away from it all. Very quiet. Beautiful lake with a 3 mile gravel trail that runs around it. Direct access to 25+ miles of hiking/biking trails. Nice, large campsites. Good view of the lake from most campsites. Friendly and helpful campground host. - Sojourner9
Jul 2013 - $24.00
This small campground in Tombigbee National Forest is located about three miles south of Ackerman. Setting is by an impounded lake in a treed lawn with lots of sun and shade in the hills. Old CCC designed park. Quiet, dark at night. Well marked and easy to locate off highway. Sites are located at the end of the recreation area roadways. We reserved through Recreation.gov since our arrival was on July 4. We had to pay a $9 online reservation fee in addition to camping fees. Who'd a thunk it, but there were a number of sites open for first come/serve, which would have saved the $9 fee. Nevertheless, we enjoyed our stay. Sites are gravel contained in rail ties, so everything is level. In the A Loop, many sites are waterfront, while all sites on the B Loop were water view from several hundred feet. Utilities worked fine. DTV included all five major networks. CSpire phone service was 5 bar 3G. Excellent bicycling opportunities. Great 3 mile trail around Choctaw Lake, numerous off road bicycling trails amounting to about 25 miles. Children's playground looked fun. Kids were happy here. Fishing, fresh water beach. Bald Eagle hangs out around the dam. Dump station cleaning hose could have had more pressure. Virtually any camper would engage in conversation. Camp host funny, friendly, perhaps insane, full of stories. Excessive barking by tied up pets was annoying, host should have asked that the dog be put inside. Little to do in Ackerman, so we went to Starkville (home of Mississippi State... Go Dawgs!). Best Mexican restaurant on Earth next door to Chilis. Shrimp enchiladas incredible. WalMart has a MSU sportsgear shop, I cleaned house there. We would camp here again without hesitation. - The Happy Traveler