Enjoyed our stay at this campground. New owners are very pleasant. They seem to be doing some improvements. They now have free wifi, but it only works on half the campground. We would have to walk up close to the office to get it to work. We have camped here several times over the years, and our DirecTV has always worked (of course we have a very long cord). Campground was very clean. The only thing we didn't like was that they now allow golf carts and four wheelers. There was only one four wheeler there, but the little guy kept riding it till about midnight. Seems like this should go under the quiet time rules. We stay up late, so this didn't keep us awake, but I'm sure it would be a nuisance to some of the older folks who like to go to bed early. The campground is really too small for golf carts and four wheelers. We will return as we love spending time on the Pearl River. Boat launch nearby and small dock at campground. Nice sandbars on this area of the river, and great fishing.
We stayed a weekend here, and it was ok. After we called and made reservations and were able to get a "riverfront" site, I looked at the reviews here and noticed that one of the complaints was that they would move you to a different site. So I called the next morning and asked not to be moved, even if I needed to go ahead and pay in advance for the site. I was told that they would mark "do not move" by our reservation. Well when we arrived, guess what, they had moved us. And the site was really no different, it was 110 instead of 105, but it was just the principal of the thing. I just like for people to keep their word! After reading the reviews on this site, we were under the impression that you could ride bikes on the RiverWalk. Well, there is a big sign, No Bikes, No skates, No skateboards. So if your family is into biking and skating, this is not the campground for you. The roads are the real big gray gravel, that is not fun to ride bikes in. The Riverwalk is a beautiful walking trail, and the pool and hot tub were very nice. We enjoyed the history of Natchez, and the food. But we probably won't be returning to this campground.