South Mississippi Off Road & RV Park | About

About

About

About

About
South Mississippi's Premier Camping Ground
RV Park, Lake, Island Trail

South Mississippi Off-Road & RV Park is made up of 377 plus acres that include 189 RV sites with Power and water. We also have primitive camp sites for our Tent Campers.

Our park that we call home is a place to come for the weekend and relax. At the same time you can jump on your ATV, SxS, Jeep or mud truck and take a ride around the many miles of trails.

Other attractions that we have is a swimming pool, Lake for fishing, Swing rope, Waterslide, VolleyBall, Horseshoes, Corn Hole and Much Much More!!!

Have a Birthday, Anniversary or just wanting to get Married at our beautiful Park??? We also offer Packages for these.

We want nothing more than to provide off road enthusiasts, campers, riders, and racers the best park on the Coast. I want to make it somewhere the kids will love, but also somewhere adults can enjoy. I want to bring family, friends, and strangers, or as I like to call them: future friends, together in one place. I want it to be somewhere you can enjoy for the day or for the entire weekend for a family camping trip.

It’s Our mission to bring events to South Mississippi Off-Road & RV Park that are affordable so families can enjoy themselves. I want to provide not only kid-friendly events, but events for adults as well. I want The Park to be somewhere not only locals want to come to, but people from neighboring states as well. I’m always open to ideas that will make The Park a better place to camp and ride.

Community service is something that’s also a big part of our park. I want South Mississippi Off-Road & RV Park to be a place that hosts a few fundraisers per year. Some will help big charities like St. Jude and others will raise funds for those in our local community who need help.

In all, I want everyone to come together with us to make our hometown park the best it can be and much, much more. I’m excited for us to take this journey together.

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