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4 RV Parks near Summit, Mississippi
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Summit. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Summit in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $24.00
This is an old state park that has lots of campsites and a nice lake. The interior roads are narrow asphalt paved, as are the sites which are all back-ins. Only basic services with no cable or wifi. The only OTA TV channels I could receive were Mississippi Public Television. Access was close to the interstate and the staff were very nice and helpful. The biggest draw is the price and the rustic setting. If you're looking for extra amenities you won't find them here, but if a basic, woodsy setting is your goal, then Percy Quin is a good choice. - farmboy25
Feb 2019 - $25.00
We've stayed here many times. It seems to be our "go to" campground since it's 3 hrs away from home. We always get a site near the lake. Full hook-ups. - Kayperk105
Oct 2018 - $28.00
Water views are beautiful. Flies are horrendous! First site had wasp - lots of them. Had to move since I'm highly allergic to them. Very dark at night. So if you have a pet that needs walking, bring a flashlight. - The Oldenburg's
May 2014 - $17.00
This was a nice place but I dropped the rank because the showers on the end we stayed at had broken panels out of the door. The river was very nice. Just bring bug spray. The skeeters were huge. - Jesse Rodgers
Jul 2013 - $18.00
Bogue Chitto Park is great place to go on hot summer days. The water park is fairly large and the river is quit refreshing. They offer tubing and canoeing on the river and bring your horse if you have one, there are several miles of trails. A very spacious park. The upper ground campsite are paved with very clean bathrooms. - jeff moore
Apr 2013 - $14.00
We hesitated to stop here when the latest review was several years old, but we thought we'd take a chance when we needed an overnight stop. The rate we paid was with the senior pass so I hesitate to complain. $14 for water and electric is not bad. It is clear this campground has gone downhill since the 2007 reviews though. The sites are dirt and all run together. There are not many that can accommodate our 40' size. There were overflowing garbage cans at each site. I will say that the young man working was very pleasant and helpful and seemed distressed that he couldn't get all the garbage picked up while attending to his other duties as well. He was all alone. If we were smaller, I think we'd probably use this park again in transit. Due to our size, I doubt we will. - Gypsy Turtles
Mar 2013 - $10.00
Calling this park a “resort” is a joke. This has been our worst park so far. According to the locals the park has flooded at least three times since Hurricane Issac, and it shows. The roads into the park are rough and filled with pot holes. In some areas the “shoulder” no longer exists. They closed the only women's restroom / showers for repairs without warning or notice to campers. Laundry facilities consist of one thoroughly filthy washer and dryer. Management leaves a lot to be desired. The maintenance man spends the day driving around in a tractor getting nothing done. Office personnel is willing to take your money; don't ask for much more. Repairs to the restroom were being done by a couple of “perms” on their own schedule. Prepare to clean your shower, IF you use the park's bathhouse. No Internet, no antenna television, cell phone worked fair. Many of the full hookup sites are no longer accessible due to the river washing away the bank. The few that remain, you have to use a hand held shovel to locate the sewer inlet, which drains slowly. Make sure you are using a surge protector on electric, as we discovered the hard way some of the plugs are wired incorrectly. Water pressure is 80 psi, which may also be a concern. The swimming pools are full of river water, debris, and wildlife; neither are usable. The few “perms” are friendly enough, and blame the state of affairs around the park on the owners in California. Their rigs and “storage” tents pretty much represent the park: “rough”. Rate shown is RPI. This park is a drive, 20 miles or more, from anything. We would have to consider all of the above before staying again. - Full-Timer RV'er
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