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21 RV Parks near Perkinston, Mississippi
Nov 2015 - $55.00
If you are RVing with your own ATV off road vehicle, this is the place for you. Otherwise, "nothing to see here."
Overpriced, all trash cans overflowing, no service other than security guard upon entry. He didn't want to take credit cards "too much effort".
Tried to rent an ATV for about $150 1/2 day. Went to club house as directed and found ATV with keys in ignition. Turned over but wouldn't start. Called and got voice mail. Called back after we left.
Site was level. - Joe Chernow
Jul 2014 - $38.00
We stayed here due to location only. The grounds maintenance was satisfactory, but there were a lot of old run down campers and several trashy sites. WIFI was pretty much useless. Drug use and thefts were evident. Police presence had increased much throughout our stay. We moved to Shady Cove RV Park in Hattiesburg, MS and paid a month's rent. Afterwards, we found out both parks have the same owner. We are looking forward to leaving there also. - Terry5048
Sep 2009 - $20.00
We stayed in a tent site. It was very large and shaded. The river was awesome, but bring water shoes. Great family park for first time campers. There are several permanent residents. - User1201
Jun 2009 - $22.00
We stayed her June 2009 for about a week. It was nice a little rustic but right on a creek, could use a few more trees and maybe an additional shower with better flow. The staff we nice and we plan to camp there again this June. - dbourg1964
Dec 2018 - $28.00
The sites that were lake side were occupied by campers, vehicles, stock trailers complete with an actual goat, decks, fences, etc of people living full time in these spaces. We were very disappointed to see them allow this to happen to this beautiful park. We will not be back. - Bfytw
Aug 2018 - $32.00
Site was unlevel with asphalt crumbling. Staff was friendly at check in. Restroom had ants and spiders in the stall. No soap or paper towels were available. Flies are a problem. No way to have a meal outside. Lake was nice for boat riding. Didnt use the beaches but they looked nice. Our site had a lot of garbage at the campfire spot. Seems like the good lakefront sites are occupied by permanent residents. We stayed 3 days and will not return again. - degreenlee
Jul 2017 - $61.00
Reviews from previous years has me concerned. Overall it was great. We stayed in Mohawk camp area that now has sewage. The roads are red dirt and the sites are gravel and uneven but we made the best of it. Park employees were seen all the time working. I would go back again. - Roscoe201
Aug 2018 - $26.00
This facility is owned and operated by a very attentive couple. They went out of their way to make us comfortable, giving us the pull through site when we hadn't requested such a convenience. The sites were clean and washrooms well maintained with a small pond at the back of the area. They came by to say goodbye on their way to Church before we left. What a nice experience. - Shirley Daniel
Apr 2018 - $26.00
Small park, but friendly owned who keeps up the park. Rural with trail along a creek and pond for fishing. Only about 30 miles from the gulf coast, but near Walmart to meet your needs. A gem! - David White
Mar 2017 - $12.00
Great wifi. We were able to stream Netflix, Amazon and DirecTv. Good over the air service from local stations. Great place to spend the winter.
A hidden gem, more like a community. We have spent the last several winters here. Located on thirty acres so plenty of room to walk pets. - home is where the sunsets
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Great little campground. Camped here for past two winters. Quiet, dog friendly, shopping either at Biloxi or Wiggins, near casinos. Everyone friendly, great people to be around, campfire, blueberries in season. Will be back next year. - bonnie love
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Great place to stay; went to crusin' on the coast!!!! Don't look for it on Google Maps it isn't right. Call and ask for directions, it's about five miles north of Wiggins, MS. - 1Traveling Man
Apr 2015 - $35.00
We were very pleased with the cleanliness of our site and the public facilities (bathrooms). The staff was very friendly. Although they have a laundry facility onsite, we didn't use it. But it was very clean. We will be returning for vacations. - Davidson Family
Oct 2018 - $14.00
For some reason this Campground was last reviewed in July 2016 by someone who had a big problem. We stayed here for a full month (hence the low daily rate) and found the owner and his wife to be courteous, friendly AND helpful. This is a small RV Park, only 32 sites with about one third of them occupied by seasonals. Sites are fairly large, with gravel and are reasonably level as well with grass between - campground is regularly well maintained. The laundry is a bit small and also a bit more expensive than the average charges we've found elsewhere - but it was clean and the machines worked! Campground is about 10 miles from ALL stores, restaurants and banks, doctors etc. 12 miles further is the Gulfport beach, a mere 20 miles from Biloxi and New Orleans is less than 90 miles away. If you're a senior, the Beau Rivage Resort in Biloxi offers a magnificent ½ price Breakfast and Lunch buffet on Wednesdays. - Retired Wanderers
Jun 2016 - $1.00
The owner is an egotistical know it all who has no idea how to run a CG. When Checking in you get read a long list of rules and none enforced except driving in the correct direction. Quiet hours 10pm to 8am are a real joke. The owner was cutting grass at 7am and hit the hitch on the back of our class A with the riding mower. He did not stop and ignored it as no big deal because he had a doctors appointment, no serious damage was done but the hit was hard enough to knock stuff off the counter. We asked for a 50 amp site and was put next to a disaster,TV blasting all hours, yelling and slamming doors all night long, dog barks till they return. This is not the worst, red truck(does not move) is filled with garbage, stinks like rotting fish, along with garbage outside camper. If you look at the Facebook page , you see smiling happy people singing karaoke, it's true and some are really good, but they are not campers but his friends that come in for his Tuesday nite karaoke club. Most of the people here are here long term. He owns 4-5 old trailers he rents out. This is small campground with one road of traffic people doing business with a 2min stay??? Usually both bathrooms closed, but open on Tuesday during Karaoke. Pool usually green, maybe a day a week where it is clear, sites gravel back in, not much grass in between. This guy is a SLUMLORD! No Respect.
The only good thing about this place is the wifi. - Kesch
May 2015 - $25.00
We stayed several months. The park is very clean. The laundry room/restrooms are close to camp sights and very nice. We have 2 small children and my husband works away for periods of time, I felt really safe staying here. The owners make you feel welcome and at home. The pool is nice we all enjoyed it. They also have a fishing pond and ducks which we enjoyed feeding by the pond. Relaxing and fun, great family environment. Other campers here are friendly and nice as well and this park has affordable rates vs other parks on the coast. Overall we loved it. Had to leave due to my husband's job transfer, if ever back in the area this is definitely where we will stay. - samatha
Mar 2019 - $20.00
Overall I had a good stay, but I'll outline both positive and negative so you know what to expect. The layout is a large circle with an open field in the middle, giving you a decent amount of privacy (rarely is there another camper across the road). It's a pretty location, set in the woods just to the side of 4-lane US highway 49. Google Maps will find the location easily, but otherwise it would be easy to miss the road from the highway. Use your navigation. Sites range from pretty small to decently large, and most are at least semi-wooded. There was running water and power at the site, a fire ring, and a picnic table. The campground looked pretty well maintained, though I did not see a ranger, maintenance person, nor campground host in three days. Bathrooms were 70s vintage with a single toilet and a single hot shower. Both were consistently clean. (Thanks, NFS). I expected there to be great demand for the single shower, but actually I never had to wait. The campground is actually pretty small, and it wasn't completely full, even on a gorgeous weekend around spring break. The one real downside to this campground is night time road noise. In the day, road noise wasn't an issue at all, but at night it becomes loud to quite loud. I didn't have any trouble sleeping, but if you're sensitive to road noise and want a wilderness feel, this won't be it. I didn't notice too many security issues. Most campers seemed to be passing through for a few nights, though I did see one who looked like they had taken up permanent residence. I was hoping to find things to do in Gulfport, but that was a bust. More than one local told me "Don't go in the water!" and one laughed at the thought that I'd come there for the weekend. They go east to Alabama and Florida for the beach, I was told. Overall this is a decent campground with solid basic services. I would stay again if the location was handy for me. - astro
Dec 2017 - $10.00
This was our third stay at Big Buloxi and not anywhere near or as pleasant. The area south of the campground has undergone a huge surge in development. There were many new businesses of all kinds right up to the turnoff for the campsite (which is on a very old rusty sign mostly hidden behind a bush). This visit there were on site campground hosts present keeping an eye on things. Last two trips we didn't see any hosts. There were a lot more campers this time with the place more than half full. The place didn't really 'feel' as nice as before. There were quite a few families who looked like they were just this side of homeless in real old wrecks of rigs with tarp tents and awnings and even though there is a 14 day maximum stay rule, their campsites looked like they had been set up a lot longer than that. We saw people washing their rigs, hanging their laundry, and just lounging about with a lot more noise and swearing and cigarette butt tossing going on. The campground hosts were patrolling frequently. There were some dogs running around loose as well. Maybe it was just a bad bunch of campers during this stay but we didn't feel secure or comfortable as we have in the past. Not sure if we will would stay again. - Judy Birchland
Sep 2017 - $17.00
Great stay, in January 2017. Minor issues with the bathroom/showers because the campground host had bailed out. However these were easily resolved by using our own TP when it ran out. Sites are excellent, it is clean. There is a nature trail to the river, and the National Forrest is also available. No cable, WiFi, Washers/Dryers, however. - Nehog