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3 RV Parks near New Albany, Mississippi
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of New Albany. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near New Albany in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $25.00
We have stayed at this campground twice - four years apart. The first time in a pickup camper. This time in a 40' RV. The park staff is super nice. The grounds are very well kept. The campgrounds are great. I had 2 bars of Verizon 4G on my cell. The shower in the Horse campground was super clean, well laid out and plenty of hot water. This stay was an emergency stop due to generator issues. We will definitely come back to this campground to stay longer. - Wetravel2relax
May 2018 - $28.00
First all the +'s: The site we had was level, with nice shade, > 170' long with WES 20,30,50 a picnic table and some rocks for a fire ring, no patio but a large grassy/sandy area right on the Lake***. The bathrooms and showers were clean with good pressure and plenty of hot water in the showers. The folks who checked me in noticed I had a 30 amp site without sewer and asked if I wanted one with full hook ups and gave me the nicest site in the park. The park was quiet peaceful and not very full. Verizon phone and Mifi worked great. The roads were easy to get around on except as noted below. Ok the other shoe is going to drop. The roads on the approach to the park and in the park are in some rough shape but low speeds will get you through the pot holes just fine. Now we come to the "Lake". They had about 300-300 yards of the go into to a slump mode on the water side of the dam. The net result is that there's no water in the lake around any of the camp sites. I was told they they "were fix'n it" but I saw no evidence of it. So if you're going to come here and think there's a lake look at the latest google earth pictures and call for an update. With the shape the roads are in I would be real surprised if they get any money to fix it within the next 5-10 yrs. On the bright side this means that there will probably be a lot of availability until it gets fixed and filled again. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Our impression of this park doesn't seem to match everyone else's, but perhaps it's because it was the 10th state park in a row we visited, and the others were much nicer in our opinion. The road to the campground, and some of the roads inside the campground, are in horrible condition, with broken pavement, huge potholes, and poorly patched areas. The person who checked us in at the entrance was surprisingly unhelpful, didn't give us any information about the park or even instructions on how to get to the campground and our site. We stayed in the new Warrior campground which had large, level concrete sites and full hookups, which was great for the price. Unfortunately both AT&T and Verizon were extremely slow, with AT&T usually not working at all. During the week it was like a ghost town... there were a bunch of RVs in the campground, but we never saw any people, and on the weekend, locals camp here and bring their ATVs to ride around all the trails. It's just a different state park campground experience than we're used to. We walked the trails with our dog during the week until some rain turned them all to mud, and we were advised not to use the trails on the weekend due to the ATVs. It's a good 15-20 minute drive to get to stores or restaurants. Perhaps under different conditions we'd have enjoyed the park more, but next time in the area we'll try a different location. - LifeRebooted
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
Aug 2018 - $39.00
Just overnight this visit. Fairly level sites. Lots of trees in the "overnight" area so no satellite TV, but the free cable was good as was the WIFI. Only disappointing factor was the location of the areas to walk dogs, but made do. Lots of stores and restaurants nearby. - Mack2383
Jul 2018 - $39.00
The best thing about this park is the location. It's tucked away from a major highway but less than half a mile from major shopping center and stores. Roads are paved but narrow with some steep hills and turns. Un-hitching the toad probably would have been easier and should have been suggested by 0ffice staff. Our site had no shade, whereas the photos on the website lead you to believe all sites are tree covered. When I called to reserve, I specifically asked for a level site as our jacks were not working and was told "all of our sites are level". Well they are NOT! It took a lot of work to get an acceptable level with some blocks on our site. Many sites sit on a hill, ours had a hefty incline of 10-15% front and back and it was not level in the middle at all. It had deep ruts in the gravel from others. We have about 3 feet between our slide and the neighbor's slide. No privacy between sites. No picnic tables or specific patio area. Wifi never worked for us. - User1828
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Campground is terraced into a hill so some sites difficult for large RV. Roads narrow. Owners helpful and polite. Need cash or check only. We have 45' coach so a bit tight getting in and out but worked. Sites are very nicely landscaped. Close to restaurants etc but we didn't unhook. A nice park for overnight or extended stay yo visit sites along Natchez Trace or Tupelo. - Jmh510