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2 RV Parks near Tchula, Mississippi
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tchula. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tchula in the left hand column.
May 2013 - $13.00
Tight turns and narrow roads make this inappropriate for big rigs. We may have stopped here before the park was open for the summer season. Skating rink was boarded up, and boat rentals and swimming were not available. No office direction. Just drive around and pick one. Some sites are blocked off and obviously not safe. Many sites are not very level. This is a CCC constructed park that has been sadly neglected. Could be rated 9 if maintenance was first priority. - Yeager
Oct 2011 - $13.00
This is one of the first four state parks built by the CCC in the thirty's. All sites had cement slabs, some are vertically challenged as they are steep. Lots and lots of trees around, however in the site we were in, I had a clear southern sky and was able to use my Veu Qube. The washroom showers are old but fairly clean. They have washers and dryers with them: kind of sorry looking but worked well. There is a brand new play ground and a beach with swimming allowed. It also has a skating rink for the kids. The fishing was good. If you want a quiet place to kick back and relax, this is the place for you. We will return. - Frank Henn
Apr 2011 - $18.00
All sites are concrete and most are level. One pull-thru. Heavily wooded, quiet, and 8 miles from town. Each site has a BBQ and picnic table. Little to do aside from enjoying nature. Fishing close by. I would stay here again. - geodrake
Oct 2019 - $25.00
The owner is VERY nice and provided great suggestions on where to eat and things to see. But, this RV park is in one of the worst locations I have ever stayed. It is right next to a state highway AND train tracks. If it isn't the Jake brake of big rigs slowing down, or the sound of cars and big rigs getting up to speed (Doppler effect gets annoying), it is the train horn blaring a warning. In all fairness, the owner did suggest I wear ear plugs. No fenced dog run, but there is a short dirt road and a small grassy lot to run the dog, as well as a large open field at the end of the dirt road you could probably run your dog with no worries about it getting into trouble, as long as your dog listens when off leash. No trash can or dumpster in the park. Utility connections are at the back of the sites and in a weird configuration with the water connection being on the opposite side of the site from electric and sewer. All utility connections are close to the ground. Sites appeared to be back-in, but no one was near us at the front of the park so I was able to pull thru. Satellite TV signal was easy to get. Verizon jetpack worked well. There is a 5 acre reservoir at the top of the hill and you can fish without a license since it is private property. - TH travelers