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6 RV Parks near Hazlehurst, Mississippi
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hazlehurst. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hazlehurst in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $18.00
I have stayed here several times. Its always clean and well maintained. Full hook ups but my site didn't have a fire pit but it did have a grill and picnic table. I saw 3 deer and a large alligator while fishing. - Zoom45V
Mar 2018 - $18.00
You must approach this park from the Northeast. Traveling from I55 exit on Rt 27. Go to 51 south to West Georgetown rd which turns to Utica. There is a sign. Take Utica to New Zion rd all the way to Gaddy Ln. There is a sign. Very much worth the drive. The park has full hook ups at a great price. Clean and well maintained. - CJVJn1Doug
Jan 2017 - $13.00
This is a very nice park. The sites are excellent. Getting to the park is almost impossible. There is not one sign, the other review says there are signs it is incorrect. You will never find it without a GPS and getting out of there to head south on I55 is no picnic, the roads are terrible. I would like to say again, this is a very nice campground, if you can get to it. - MAS
Oct 2017 - $15.00
Very spacious sites. The park is well maintained. Satellite reception is only available from limited sites due to foliage. - GlenO
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Camped here to get away from Hurricane Nate. The park itself is pretty, the beach is nice and clean. That's the only nice I have to say about it. The gate attendant was beyond rude and the bathroom and showers at our loop were filthy. I guess they cater to the lakeside campsites. They don't really have sites for rigs longer than 35 but the website will reserve anyway. We asked for a bigger site upon seeing our original one and the attendant was beyond rude. I understand rules but are also rules for having manners also in a public service setting. Won't be back! - csbunz123
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Very nice park. Beautiful lake front sites. Some sites were a little on the narrow side, but still plenty of room for our 32' travel trailer. We stayed at site 56. The pad was level, maybe a slight slope towards the lake. There was a drop off off the pad which was my least favorite part of this site. We tripped several times going to and from the lake due to the drop off. Other sites had level ground, we would choose one of them next time.
The proximity to the lake was great! We were able to wake up and fish right from our site. Lake was clean and beautiful. Kids could swim at the beach area and play at the playground. No cell phone service, tall trees blocked the satellite signal.
We will definitely return. - HappycamperJV
Sep 2017 - $20.00
No staff on site, but the owner is REALLY laid back and only asked for payment on the day I was leaving. Told me to just drive in whenever I get there and pick whatever spot I can find. Park is all concrete behind a fence. Couldn't reserve in advance, but apparently the park is never full, so I didn't mind. I only parked here for a few days because I was visiting family in town & didn't even stay in the RV when I was parked there, so I can't really give an accurate review. However, I can tell you that while I was parked there, the water line busted underground on my water hook-up for whatever reason. No one saw it, and since I wasn't there, I couldn't verify why. However, the other park residents came to my spot & cleaned it up for me and connected me to another water hook-up...all while I wasn't there. Owner had it fixed the next morning. I would park here again in a heart-beat when I come back into town. 20 bucks daily rate for a full-hookup is hard to beat, even in Brookhaven, MS. - RLT1
May 2016 - $22.00
We have stayed here a dozen times last five years. Great at first, but has changed. No max stay. Last six months has seen serious changes to the park. Always full with long term trailers. Has changed from an RV park to a long term mobile park with administration only caring about rent payments. Clutter around units is prevalent. Ambiance has changed to trailer park attitude with disregard for property rights, management reflecting drop in expectation for renter attitudes and neatness. Management caring only for rent payments on time. No respect for site integrity and protection. Better options available at nearby State Parks. Really sad to see negative changes in staff attitudes for campers in favor of trailer park trash environment. - Vdsavell
Feb 2016 - $25.00
The challenge is finding the park entrance. Using the published directions on the website, as soon as you negotiate the 90 degree curve, turn LEFT into the gate in the chain link fence. The sign is on the gate and small. Sites are paved but all slant a bit. Good hookups, some pull-throughs. Clean shower house. Great for an overnight or two. We would stay again. Not too far from I-55. - Seeingtheusa.com
Mar 2005 - $15.00
A Passport America campground. We were drawn by the price and being on our way. Rather far off the highway and actually pretty primative. An ideal campground for those with horses wishing to ride the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail. They have a barn and outdoor stalls for horses as well as a pasture area. - Paullynn
Nov 2018 - $37.00
Stopped because I had to go to Chicago via train. Hubby stayed in CG road in a little thought signage could have been better. Not many places to stay in area do this was the choice. It worked for what we needed. - pam.4him
Mar 2017 - $33.00
Spent two days. Road in, terrible. Was raining heavy, no sign on speed bumps, looked level. No park map, no rules. Park mostly workers, full timers. Concrete pad, no table, gravel roads. Resort? Easy on off hwy. Would stay for 1/2 nites when in area. Only destination if friends/relatives in area. - Long Island Mac
Jun 2016 - $37.00
We absolutely loved it. Gorgeous scenery, restrooms and showers were clean. They had new washers and dryers they were fast and easy. Swimming pool was open and looked great. Staff was great. I will be staying here again next year. - Betty Joe Williams
Aug 2018 - $36.00
Stayed at this park in 2016 and was happy enough with it that we decided to stop in for an overnight on our way east again this year. Not one of our best decisions. The park has had little or no effort in keeping it up. RV concrete pads have broken up, the dirt driveway to pads have sunk, and the office is not manned on the weekend. All the focus seems to have shifted to long-term residents. The site that was assigned to us when I called in to make my reservation didn't even come close to accommodating our rig. The trees have gone so long without pruning that they completely block the RV pad for anything taller than 9 or 10 feet. That excludes virtually every 5th wheel and class-A. Luckily there was one site that was open enough for us to get in. Sure hope somebody else is not booked for it and comes in off the road to find us occupying their space. On the plus side, power was solid, water pressure good. The sewer connection was a bit of a reach, it fully stretched my 20' hose. Verizon signal was strong but phone stayed in 3G mode quite a bit. Jetpack hooked up but speed was a little slow. - jperry29
Oct 2017 - $35.00
The other review does not describe this park at all, must have gotten the wrong park. This park is easily accessible from the Interstate. It is a little hard to find as it is behind a mall area and not visible from the road. There are a number of units that appear to be there for awhile but they are keeping their area picked up. We had a pull thru, pulled up on a concrete pad. The park is much larger than it first appears. The only negative was a train the blew it's horn for several minutes. - Sup RV's
Jul 2007 - $22.00
I had never been to the park. Just found it by looking in the phone book. I called and asked if they had a space available and for directions. The mailing address is Mullin, Texas but this actually in the community of Regency, which does not have a post office. It is about 5 miles off of paved road from one direction or 1 mile off of paved road from the other direction. The longer route can have several washed out places after a rain and has several trees along the road that kiss your RV. The shorter route is the best way; however, you have to drive over the Regency Suspension Bridge that has a load restriction of 5,000 pounds per axle or tandem. My wife would not let me take the trailer over the bridge! We did walk across the bridge and drive across without the trailer. This park is on the Colorado River in San Saba County, Texas. There is access to the river for fishing, swimming, kayaking (rental is available at the park) from the park. There are 5 small cabins. I did not go into any of them. There is a play area for kids with a swing set and jungle gym type equipment. If you have a light-weight RV and want to add some excitement to your driving, take the short route to the park. If you have a large RV, I recommend taking the long route. My fifth wheel is 27 foot pulled by a crew cab short bed. They only have 10 sites, all pull through with full hook ups (30 amp, water and sewer) and had a small BBQ grill. There is an area for pitching tents. We did get one t.v. station off of our antenna, which really surprised me. There is no cell phone signal. I would not recommend this RV park for Big Rigs. Anything bigger than my set-up might have a hard time making the turn around in the park to get the sites. I would recommend everyone to go to the suspension bridge--what a view! - mortuaryguy