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Helpful Reviews: 9
We enjoyed our stay as this campground has a lot to offer for 25.00 per night. We stayed in the lower campground which had nice shaded lots with full hook ups and we got to select the lot we wanted as it wasn't very crowded. The camp host was very friendly and we enjoyed talking with him for a while about national parks. There were a few full-timers that were next to us who were nice and kept their sites clean. There is a nuclear power plant about a mile down the road but you don't hear any noise nor see it from the campground. There is a lot of history at this campground and it's worth checking out the museum, graveyard and other historical sites on property during your stay as it's included. The cell service is very poor here unless you go to the upper campground (a very steep hill up) to make a call if you can get service pending who your provider is. We stayed one night so it didn't bother us. We didn't use the showers or laundry so I can't rate that part of the campground. It was a beautiful drive getting to this campground through the Natchez Trace Parkway. It worth taking it even if it's slightly out of your way. We got onto the parkway near Jackson, Ms and exited it before Natchez, Ms.
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Helpful Reviews: 53
Date of Stay: September, 2016
If you need tv (unless you have satellite), wifi (unless you have a personal hotspot), and phone service (unless you're willing to travel 5 miles into town), this is not the place for you. But if you enjoy peace and quiet in a beautiful setting, you'll like this campground. There's an upper and a lower campground. You have to go up a steep hill to get to the upper campground so we stayed in the lower one, and we're glad we did. The upper campground is where the tent sites are located, and they're put to good use by scout troops and school groups on the weekend. The road into the campground is narrow, but the campground was practically empty while we were there so it wasn't an issue. The campground is a perfect place to relax, the people are nice, and the museum and battlefield are free for campers. You can wash your RV for $5 and your car for $2. The laundry has two washers ($1) and two dryers ($0.75). There's a shower/restroom at the upper campground. The shower/restroom/laundry for the lower campground is at the top of a hill, but there are stairs to get to it or you can drive up to it. Since we would rather use the shower and bathroom in our RV anyway, this wasn't a concern for us.
The Old Country Store Restaurant on Rt. 61 in Lorman has an all-you-can-eat buffet for $15.95 that is absolutely great. Home-cooked Southern food, including the best fried chicken we've ever had.
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