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22 RV Parks near Gautier, Mississippi
Feb 2019 - $30.00
Was unhappy to find that this park is 80% mobile homes and several permanent RVs. When checking in, man did not seem to have any information and kept referring to his wife as knowing everything. Thought that he was just temping for her but found out that he is in the office every day. When checking in we were given no rules but later contacted about violating one. Wanted to check in later but was informed by another that he would not park in the dark siting the mud problem. Upon arriving, it was obvious that there was not mud problem and the pull through sites were open and without obstructions. Apparently he was not willing to accommodate late arrival even though it appears their mobile home is the one right across from the office. When asking about what site we were assigned, I had to ask 4 times and then only got mumbled response until he looked out and stated " I guess #XX is a good one. There was no dog run available but we were told we could let our dogs run within this fenced enclosure. It was only later that a resident informed us that it was not good for the dogs because that area had been a leach field that was damaged by the last hurricane and so was just filled in with about 6 inches of dirt. There is no telling what chemicals are rising to the surface to get on paws now. For health reasons, I feel we should have been notified of this. There is no longer any cable, water pressure is average (recommend a strong filtering system) and power is fine. Very near I-10 so traffic noise is constant as well as from the busy road leading into the park. Sites are wide enough for big rigs and internal road is gravel and well maintained. Sites are gravel but not graded regularly so there is some uneven spots although the sites are acceptably level throughout the park. There is no where for children to play, pool to swim or rec room. The price for this area is a bit high in my opinion but can not say it is bad. - Peppercatt
Oct 2018 - $34.00
As full-time RVers, we have crisscrossed our beautiful nation for years. This is the first experience where we have been asked to leave, due to who we are. We are an older, a quiet gay couple.
The park is located in a dirty part of town. It is mostly gravel and dirt, and on this day wet and muddy. No amenities, and probably why the park was mostly empty. After paying the unfriendly manager for a month, we parked our RV and car exactly as he requested. An hour later, the wife of the manager called and booted us out of the park for parking in 2 spaces. Below I will include pictures of others using multiple spaces, as well as the virtually empty park. We believe that we know why we were asked to leave. There are nicer and more friendly parks in the Biloxi area. - flashysdad
Jul 2018 - $31.00
Not a destination but clean quiet and close to the highway, the sites are level, water and power are good. Laundry and bathrooms are clean, this is a really good stop for a couple of days to chill do laundry etc. The Office people were very nice and helpful lead us to our site and guided us in. Camping world is a 1/4 mile away for parts or any other RV supplies you may need. - Tfrout
May 2019 - $28.00
Been staying there for about 6 years for different events and have been very satisfied with the people there. Planing on staying there this October for Cursing the Coast again. - Hotwheels
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Stayed over night in a 42' 5er. Pretty tight in and out. Small sign at entrance. Older park with mostly seasonals. Small park, no where to run dogs. Manager, straight forward, no nonsense. Wife uneasy with location. Very quiet at night. Small sign on door to pick a site and pay later if no one at office. - On the way
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed many times; this is our favorite RV park on the Gulf coast. We always stay in a pull-thru with our HDT and 45 foot 5th wheel. This park hosts a lot of snowbirds that return yearly and some full time residents. Maneuvering can be a little tight when the park is full but everyone has always been friendly and helpful as needed. The management and staff have always been very accommodating and helpful. The interior roads and sites are paved. The entrance can be a little hard to find the first time. The park has a pool, clubhouse, playground and a nice little store with a propane fill station. There are a number of mature live oaks with spanish moss making for a beautiful setting. The park is surprisingly quiet at night given the major roads nearby. A Winn Dixie grocery store is a short walk as are some restaurants. - Behemoth