5 Awesome RV Campsites in Mississippi

By Amy Gremillion

 5 Awesome RV Campsites in Mississippi

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In Mississippi, there are plenty of beautiful places to camp, explore, and enjoy the outdoors. From national parks to privately held campgrounds, this state offers incredible diversity. For both a relaxing and thrilling weekend of travel, check out these five awesome RV campsites in Mississippi. 

1. Campground at Barnes Crossing, Tupelo, MS

The Tupelo area is home to some of the state's most beautifully secluded woods, making it an ideal spot for camping out. The Campground at Barnes Crossing is close enough to the city of Tupelo to be convenient, but you'll feel like you're a million miles from anywhere as you relax and enjoy the scenery!

2. River Town Campground, Vicksburg, MS

River Town Campground is one of the most well-maintained RV campsites you'll ever find. You'll love the spacious feel of the park, the convenient amenities, and the friendly service. But the real star of the show comes when the sun goes down—you don't want to miss the legendary Vicksburg sunsets!

3. Paul B. Johnson State Park, Hattiesburg, MS

Paul B. Johnson is a sprawling park nestled in the heart of Mississippi's Pine Belt. Enjoy a day of fishing and boating on Geiger Lake, take the kids to the splash pad, or cool off in the game room. Whatever you're into, you'll find it at Paul B. Johnson!

4. Wallace Creek Campground, Enid, MS

Wallace Creek Campground is known for being peaceful and relaxing, with incredible views of Enid Lake. The staff here discourages loud music and partying, so it's the ideal place to escape if you're looking for a quiet retreat. There's also a large picnic area that's perfect for big groups!

5. Little Black Creek Campground and Park, Lumberton, MS

Little Black Creek Campground stretches along the banks of a 640-acre lake. Enjoy fishing, biking, kayaking, or just relaxing and watching the sun set over the lake. Plan a visit on a holiday to enjoy their special firework shows!

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