RV Parks & Campgrounds

Persimmon Hill Campground Army Corps

4.8 Stars 4.8 - 6 Reviews  $
(662) 563-4571
Enid, Mississippi


Late March - Late October

Total: 72, Elecwater: 72

Water, Electric, Picnic Tables, Dump Station, Campfire, Playground, Boat Launch


June 18, 2023 - reviewed by Ludwig’s Loving Life
5.0 Stars   $12
We were here in May, 2021 site #42. We were on site #6 this time. Very level, however, there is a speed bump right in front of the site, so you do hear thumping. Stayed a week in our 30ft Class A with tow. Fire pit, solid concrete table and grill. Verizon and AT&T worked great. Enjoyed riding our bikes. Hubby fished but no bites but still relaxing. Lots of trees to hang a hammock. We saw deer 3 sites over, fun to watch. Happy travels

May 10, 2022 - reviewed by George & Dawn
5.0 Stars   $24
Looking for a one nighter driving home (near Chicago) from New Orleans; we found this great spot. Couldn't ask for anything more. Highly recommend. Being managed through army corps of engineers; reservations are made through recreation.gov or just call as we did @ 877-444-6777 (once you have picked out your site # that's open). Ours was site #1 (full hookups). Just like booking at a State or National Park.

February 7, 2021 - reviewed by Lindsey
5.0 Stars   
Great Place To Relax
We had a great time here! Relaxing and such well maintained pads and tables, bathroom, playgrounds and walking trails, etc.

April 19, 2020 - reviewed by Chad J
5.0 Stars   
Super Nice
We camped here several times last year. Drove 3 hours to get here each time. This is the nicest and cleanest campground we have ever stayed at. Bath houses are very clean. Grounds very well kept. Beautiful lake. Quiet place. Sites are concrete and nice and level.

June 10, 2019 - reviewed by Skip
5.0 Stars   $10
Lovely Spot
We were just passing through on the way from Florida to S. Dakota. Planned on one night, stayed 2. Family friendly, pet friendly, senior friendly. $20 regular price, $10 with national senior pass. Sites are concrete, level, spacious and big rig capable and (mostly) full hookups. There is a dump station if you get a site with no sewer. Most sites are on the water. Many are reservable, but if you are only staying a day or two, drive through and look at the stakes at each site. They'll say if a site is reserved and when. If the reservation is a couple of days away you can take it, first come first served, until the reservation date.

April 25, 2016 - reviewed by Rodney hughes
4.0 Stars   
Most sites near the water and camp sites are clean.

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