Probably beautiful but you have to know where to go. There are NO SIGNS indicating where RV sites are located. We spent 20 minutes on a winding narrow road with no place to turn around and no signs indicating where sites were! Finally got to end of road which was severly flooded but managed to turn around. Bscktracked on same
dangerous and winding road to be told at gas station that RV sites were 2 miles back on Rt. MS-8. Dark by now as and no clear signs to sites. Road was almost flooded and more heavy rain predicted. Spent the night at Walmart! DON'T USE GPS SYSTEM TO NAVIGATE. ASK SOMEONE WHERE RV PARKING AREA IS. Or better yet, stay elsewhere. Walmart was more comforting.
March 18, 2019 - reviewed by Lisa Camp
Flooded road to campground and no sign telling you where to go. We stopped at the Outdoor Sports store and asked directions. They were really helpful! I even called ahead a day before and spoke to someone on the phone who said nothing about flooded road, no indication that there were only 10 sites not 173 available, that the entrance was not marked off highway 8 where you do need to drive in order to get to the campground....no bathroom in March, no sign telling you the price for camping fees. We used a site in the peninsula where two others were parked. We paid $4.00 as there was no other rate posted.
The good news—30 amp service worked and we were above water! We stayed one night. And there was a beautiful sunset!!