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2 RV Parks near Yazoo City, Mississippi
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
Mar 2017 - $22.00
This tiny campground is attached to the Mississippi Petrified Forest. Staying at the campground gives you a discount at the Forest. The campground is heavily wooded with a dirt/gravel road through it. Our site was full service. Some of the full-time campers look like they work construction in the region and camp there because of the price. That said, everything felt safe and well cared for. There are lots of picnic areas and open green space around the entrance, as if the Forest is a frequent stop for school groups. The Petrified Forest is a fascinating 45-60 minute self-guided walk. It is really interesting if you like fossils and such. We arrived after lunch, went through the Forest, camped overnight and left the next day. There isn't much else to do while you are there. The Forest is just off the Natchez Trace. - ShoreXplorers
Mar 2017 - $22.00
We pulled in on a whim because we are fossil fans. The Petrified Forest is privately owned and has an attached campsite with room for eleven rigs. They charge a modest $22/night. The full service campsites are neat, clean, well maintained. A maintenance worker came by for morning clean up and check on things. An employee came by in the afternoon to check that all was well. The road are narrow and the turns on the one big loop are little on the tighter side but not impossible for our rig and there were no trees and hazards near the road. The roads themselves were surface washed out in a few spots but there was also a lot of fresh gravel as if being on a hillside it is constant struggle to keep the roads from washing out. The setting is overall beautiful trees and shady. Some campsites are close together, most are widely spaced. There are both pull throughs and back ins. There are some longer term residents but the owners limit those to 6 months and I presume they are employees because their rigs were all neat and newer. There was a long list of rules but none onerous for a short term stay. We were originally sent to #7 but the very nice lady checking us in said we could change to #8 if we wanted to. This was a good thing because #8 was not long enough for our rig to find a level spot without unhitching. #8 was just long enough that we could be both level and stay hitched. There was no wifi available. Overall a very good value and we were pleased with our stay. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, but it was well worth stopping and seeing once. - Judy Birchland
Apr 2014 - $22.00
This was a small park with mostly permanent campers. The spot we had was very shady and hard to level. There were really only 3 sites for overnighters. Had anyone gotten the site next to us it would have been too close. The walk through the park was nice. There was little else to do, although the day use area had plenty of space for playing. We stayed two nights but one would be better. The only place to walk is on a county road which was not busy thankfully. It was very quiet and the tent sites were a good ways from the bathrooms. - winnie1