June 29, 2021 - reviewed by Dominic Iannelli
It's a Favorite!
Usually we stop here heading to Florida. We may stop both coming & going since we are so relaxed staying here. Always delightful and polite. And a respite from the Casino with a casual 15 minute walk. We used to be concerned with the weather but it's of no concern. You'll like it!
June 19, 2019 - reviewed by Lovin’ Retirement
Great Vacation Spot
Staff is wonderful!! Especially AJ. Reservations are not required but recommended. Is usually full on the weekends.
In the main lot the sea view sites are $35, non sea view $30. The overflow lot is $25.
None are first come first get.
March 28, 2019 - reviewed by Cindy And Ed
Perfect Gulf View
This is one of our favorite places to camp. There are two camping park areas. The first one has 24 spots and the second is called the over flow lot and is Still good camping. The front spaces in the first lot have a fabulous view of the beach. There is no bath house or other facilities but is full hook up. They are close to the casino which offers good food, fun gambling and a nice hotel. If you sign up for a players club and it's your first time there you may be offered a free rv camping spot. My husband and I both did so we camped for free. Pets are allowed on a leash and you can take them on the beach. And pet owners should already know they need to pick up after their pets. If your not a gambler you may not enjoy staying there as much as those who are because there isn't a lot going on besides the casino. But if the beach and a fabulous view is what makes you happy this is an amazing place.
August 20, 2018 - reviewed by Drew B
Our Favorite on The Coast
The rv park has about 40 sites and all but 12 have unrestricted views of the Mississippi sound. There are no amenities other than full hook ups and the awesome views of the gulf. The casino has several good restaurants and outdoor bars that are an easy walk from the rv park. The security staff rides through the park every couple of hours and are very friendly. Buccaneer state park is a mile or so up the road and has full amenities but their water front sites don't have sewer hook ups and they have a very small beach area. If your rv is self contained the beach at the Silver Slipper more than makes up for no bath house. Even on holiday weekends you can walk a mile of white sand and only see 4 to 5 groups of people on the beach. The water is not blue but there are no rip tides. There is also a bike/walking path that can get you all the way to the casino and to a free public fishing pier in the other direction. This is a true gem on the coast and one of my families favorite destinations.
July 30, 2017 - reviewed by Wendee
We stayed 3 nights and the proximity to the beach was perfect! The shuttle responds quickly to pick up requests which was nice since we did not tow a vehicle. We ate at the food court with our 2 children. The food was very good and the staff was extremely friendly. They even gave the kids free ice cream! Take the trolley into Bay St Louis and explore the town. Great trip and we hope to come back!