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5 RV Parks near Raleigh, Mississippi
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Raleigh. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Raleigh in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $20.00
There are several sites with a good view of the beautiful lake. If you are looking for a place to get away from it all and to enjoy some peace and quiet this is the place. Very quiet. There is a trail that runs around the lake that is approximately 1.5 miles long. There are miles of dirt/gravel county roads that are right outside of the campground that are great for bike riding with virtually no traffic. No phone service or TV channels but that was a good thing. The only negative was the bathrooms were not as clean as they should be. - Sojourner9
Jul 2017 - $13.00
This is a pristine and typically very quiet National Forest campground. Beautiful fishing lake, sand beach, off the beaten path but paved roads to the c/g. All sites are paved with gravel on adjacent area for table, fire ring and grills. Has 30 & 50 amp service plus water. No sewer but has dump. 6-8 of the sites were long enough for our 35' m/h. The rest are fine for shorter units. Bring everything you need with you! The nearest store ( 12-25 miles away. - 2Pauls
Oct 2014 - $13.00
This is an outstanding NF campground. Beautiful grounds, paved, level sites that back up right to the lakefront, peaceful and a lake full of bass. I had the lake loop all to myself. The only negatives, which have nothing to do with the park, itself, are the lack of usable Verizon signal and the roller-coaster roads that connect the park to the freeway. I would stay here again and get an out of state fishing license. - mockturtle
Apr 2019 - $28.00
We were only here one night, stopover on way to Alabama. Interior roads are not as scary as previous reviews make them sound, keep your trailer on the road. Our site was tricky for backing in 34' trailer, so that long or longer stay away from 78. Picnic table is on opposite side of trailer door, walk around trailer to picnic table, awkward. Close by was a bunch of kids in tents screaming and yelling and screaming and yelling, not so considerate of anyone else. Storm ran them in, then back out screaming. Site was ok for one night, but hey it was April, not much swimming going on. - AR Traveller
Apr 2019 - $17.00
The lake was gorgeous. Many sites backed in up the hill from the lake as your back drop. Sites were concrete, mostly level. The trails were definitely through the woods. Some tent sites were available. Fishing at the lake. Also a primitive side with no services. Must have self contained unit. Had to use my porta-potty. Hope bathrooms are in better shape next time. Security was good. Park ranger cruised the camp. - StarOfSouth
Apr 2019 - $30.00
This is a gem of a state park! We love camping beside the lake. Quiet, beautiful, peaceful. We had our own deck and dock. So close to I-20 but you would never know it! We stay here whenever passing thru the area. Only negative is that interior roads are in need of repair in some spots, but we maneuvered ok with our 40' motorhome. - webbsafari
Jul 2013 - $20.00
We pulled off of US 49 and followed the signs to this campground. It was fully occupied by what looks to be long-term permanent RVers. Not a site available on a Thursday night for travelers. There were two loops. The first loop was a graveled circular driveway, numerous potholes, multiple autos/trucks in front of many RVs, all back-in sites. The second part of the CG was about 500 feet further, with numerous hookups lined along a ball park paved parking lot, again with many long-term camping signs. Park itself was pretty, and obviously is a recreational center of activity for the community. But the RV park appears to be government supplied residential RV sites for locals. We would not return again. - The Happy Traveler
Jul 2013 - $18.00
This rustic public park is located about four or so country miles off of US 49. Well marked on US 49, smaller signs lead to the park. Roads are narrow and some turns can be sharp, thus my questionable review on big rig access. However, there is little traffic, and there were 5ths in the park. We arrived late, set up in the dark. Morning light revealed an open lawn pine tree setting near a lake. Apparently, all sites are FHU. Utilities were fine. PVC sewer connects come out of the ground at a 30 degree angle, making the connect with the hose at risk of causing a spill. Site pads were chopped up by a ditch witch when electrical was upgraded, leaving unpaved trenches across the pad. Not all sites were level by any means, some had steep dropoffs to the picnic table. Primitive dump station was a PVC pipe, a screw on cap, and a potable hose connect about 20 feet away with no hose, all on bare ground. Never saw that before. Bath house doors propped open all night with the lights on, which attracted a large number of mid-summer insects, thus the unclean bathroom rating. Small, insignificant swing set for kids. An off road bicycle trail is available. CSpire phone was 4 bar 3G. DTV scanning picked up 40 channels. Manager was met at the entry gate in the morning, friendly fellow. Only 5 campers in the park, including us. Appears to be primarily a weekend local fishing spot. Overall, a very rustic feel with some significant site upgrades needed to the pavement and leveling. The high ratings by previous reviewers drew us to the park, but I can rank this CG barely average with a 4 compared to other high scoring locations. This is no 8-10. When in the area again, we would opt for someplace else, probably over to Bassfield. - The Happy Traveler
Aug 2012 - $16.00
This park is five miles off of 49. It is very quiet and peaceful with 28 sites. They have just finished up grading the electrical system. Lots of trees and plenty of space between sites. The pads are blacktop, some do need attention. They are in the middle of adding more sewer hook ups, so all most all site now have this. The road in can be narrow at times, but passable. The park people we dealt with were first class. This park is not used a lot, seems lost to the traveling RV'er. We were here this Labor day week end and there were only three of us in the entire park. The bad is we had no cell service, but that was good in a way. We will be back. Should have wonderful fall colors and spring colors here. - Frank Henn
Nov 2009 - $7.00
We loved this quiet, rural County (or State, not sure which) Park. The price quoted was based on Passport America rate. This park also had laundry facilities, which is rare in municipal parks (we've found). Lovely walking trails and a lovely huge large. The only negative was we were not able to get satellite reception because of all the gorgeous trees. We would most definitely return here. - tpw0607