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4 RV Parks near Houston, Mississippi
May 2016 - $18.00
We had a wonderful time. The trails are great and the hosts go out of their way to help and are super nice. If you are into trail riding and camping this is a must do place to go. The Camp is well run and very family friendly. The trails are easy to moderate depending on which ones you take. There is natural water available throughout the ride. Big rigs have no problem getting in and out. The only reason I didn't give them a ten is because some of the sites need to be leveled up. We definitely plan on going back. - Richard and Andie
Jan 2016 - $18.00
Talk about personality, Stinkin' Jim's takes the cake. The owners and staff were very friendly and helpful. It was New Years, and they had great parties to which we were invited.
We did not see bathrooms or showers, our campsite was anything but level, just a post with water and electric on grass/dirt. The were lots of rv's and horse trailers, maybe their campsites were better...If you like to pet horses and feed them carrots, this is the place for you. - Vic and Marsha
Nov 2009 - $18.00
The full and proper name for this park is "Stinkin' Jim's Horse Camp." Check out their website. It'll explain it all. This camp fast becoming a favorite stop over for RVers traveling the Natchez Trace Parkway. The camp is only a couple miles off the parkway and easily driven to in any size rig-our neighbors were in a 40' motorhome and mentioned that they had no problems driving the county roads to the camp. If you want to be deafened by the sound of silence in the woods, and if you want to be awakened by roosters at 6 in the morning than this is the place for you. Wildlife abounds here!!! In 6 years of RVing, this has become our favorite campground! Check it out!! - DANANDHISBETTERHALFJUDY
Oct 2018 - $14.00
Nice open campground, great view of lake. Quite few kids, mostly fishermen. - paul34
Jun 2018 - $30.00
A gem of a campground half way along the Natchez Trace. Great hosts, beautiful sites next to a small lake. - C&C Maxson
Mar 2018 - $20.00
We were passing through and only needed a spot for the night. We would have been glad for anything. But this turned out to be a pleasant surprise. It is clean, shady, space and very well appointed. Even the dump station is landscaped. The restroom house was immaculate. Our site was next to the lake with a great view and was level. The place was abundantly peaceful, but it was a weekday and few were there. - Tidy Boy
Oct 2018 - $28.00
This is a very small park, a short distance from the Natchez Trace Parkway, and about 10 miles from Tupelo. The grounds are nice and very well kept. The owners are extremely friendly, as were all the other campers staying while we were there. As other reviewers have stated, the interior roads are narrow in some areas, but we never had any issues with our 44 foot rig. There are trees in some parts of the park, but we were able to get a good satellite signal with our rooftop dish, even though we were parked under some trees. We never had any problems with the power or water either. We chose not to use their sewer hookup because we were only staying there for two days, and we decided to situate our rig to insure a good satellite signal instead. We did use their dump site as we exited the park. We enjoyed the quiet of the park, the clean grounds, and the friendly atmosphere during our stay. If we return to the area, we will definitely stay here again. - glenstmary
Oct 2018 - $28.00
Small park just off the Trace outside Tupelo about 10 miles. Sites are close together and not very level. Getting sewer and 50 amp power is iffy because only a few of them. Stayed six nights; first few with no sewer and two wheels of rig off the ground. Moved to site with sewer, but door side of rig was on downhill side so step was high off ground. Park is old but well kept. Lots of grass with two moss filled ponds with water birds. - Bojangles
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This state park is located on a large lake about 10 miles west of Tupelo with two camping areas set on adjacent points of land. The larger lake was dry, looks as though it has been for a while. Site spacing is good, level and paved. Due to its remote location, the park is quiet at night. Fifteen over the air TV stations were available but because of trees the roof satellite would not work. AT&T wireless signals had 3 bars of LTE with download speeds of 8 Mbps and uploads of 1.12 Mbps. Roads into and inside the park are extremely rough. - Ruffin It
Feb 2017 - $14.00
Pontotoc, Mississippi has the nicest park. Howard Stafford is a city park that caters to all kinds of people. There is a lake for fishing. a play ground for the kiddies, 15 full hookups for the RV'ers and spots for those who had rather camp in a tent. It's with in the town limits only minutes to all the it has to offer. The playground was in use every day by moms with little ones and teens after school. The fishing piers, three as I recall, were in use also. You're bound to find that something you can't live without at the antique stores on Main Street. There is a Donuts shop that serves the kind we had when I was a youngster. You can't just eat one. I will also tell you. The best thing about a visit to Pontotoc is it's small town hostility of it's people. You can learn family history standing in line at the checkout of the drug store. - Laptop Willie