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Bathrooms are only open in the bottom half of the campground. Not at the entrance. Also there is no potable water available. other than that it was a nice clean spot. We stayed for 14 days.Report Check-In
very beautiful campground! stayed for 3 nights with no problems. service was slow but it was quiet and didn’t hear the road too bad. free! definitely will return! 10/10Report Check-In
First come, first serve campground. Stayed 2 nights, sign says you can stay up to 14. No dump station or water. There are functional and clean toilets. Nice trails accessible from here.Report Check-In
Off the Natchez Trail. Free. Bathrooms now working with flush toilets but no showersReport Check-In
Another wonderful free rv/ Tent camping area on the Natchez Trace. About 20 pull through and back in sites with fire rings, picnic tables and Grills. Beautiful trails throughout. Nice bathrooms but no potable water so bring water and Bring levelers .. many sites not level at all but still an awesome place. Walk the trail or drive up to where the old Town of Rocky Springs once thrived. The church and a few other items are all that remains but there is a wonderful trail with tons of great historical information and the church is still open for visitors today. See videos and full reviews of all the campgrounds and pull off I go to on my fb group. A sudden leap into boondocking.Report Check-In
Just have a look, I do not spent the night but it looks super. FF at this time pretty quiet.Report Check-In
As previously described. Free. Bathrooms and water are currently not working.Report Check-In
Very nice place to camp in the woods. Arrived on a Saturday afternoon. Found a site up a hill. Level ok. Close to the restrooms. The water is not drinkable.
Bel emplacement gratuit entouré d'arbres immenses (comparé aux îles ). Arrivé un samedi en pm, moins de place disponible ! Notre site sans numéro se situe en haut d'une côte. Endroit au niveau. Toilettes propres mais l'eau est non potable. Aucun réseau avec T-Mobile.
Quiet, busy weekends but still pleasant. beautiful creek and setting. Will definitely be coming back here. Church service in Historic church top of the hill.Report Check-In
Arrived about 6:00 pm and all campsites taken. We have a class b so we parked in parking lot right when you turned in. No issues other than no cell service!Report Check-In
Many spots NOT level. All full by 5, empty at 1. Several sites are doubles- see map in photos. You may need to politely let someone know that they are taking up two sites. Only on BR functional and may not be close if you are on far side of circle.Report Check-In
Great spot for a night or 2, bathrooms are permanently closed. No cell signal but great for dogs to run around. Level spot. All spots have a trash and picnic table area and are paved.Report Check-In
Awesome free camping along the Trace. As of 3/3 the camp bathroom was open but there was no water coming out of the sink.
It's not a huge place, I got there around 4:30p on a Thursday and got one of the last spots. But I bet you could stay in the parking lot if this happens to you.
Awesome place to stay! A dozen or so free spots good for tents all the way up to massive RVs. Picnic tables, fire rings, grills, cooking prep tables, trails, proximity to town… this place has it all. Make sure to hike down the trail on the north end - it follows the historical Natchez Trace for about a mile.Report Check-In
Stayed four nights. Lots of sites, clean bathrooms, sink water not working, trash cans, hiking trails, zero bars on Verizon, interesting historical sites nearby (Rocky Springs Town, Cemetery, Old Natches Trace, Indian Mounds, Windsor Plantation Ruins).Report Check-In
some road noise, not unbearable. Restrooms in the back were out of service, in the front were working and pretty clean, Clean sites, plenty of pull-thrus. Didn't meet a host, but fellow campers were friendly. No Sprint service at all. Not even roaming.Report Check-In
This spot was fantastic! Free, right off the parkway, beautiful, with flushing toilets, sinks, fire pits feat. grates, charcoal grills, tables, and paved roads. Totally level, didn’t have trouble finding a nice pull-through spot for our van. The spots are also very secluded: there were a few other groups that we could barely hear, and we couldn’t see anyone through the woods. Birds and frogs singing all night and morning. The rain was on and off at night, but as the roads were paved, we weren’t worried at all about getting stuck, and in the morning the only swampy areas were over by the fire pit and tables. Highly recommend!Report Check-In
Small campground with limited service. Bathrooms were locked due to COVID. Ground is uneven. OK for an overnight stay.Report Check-In
Beautiful place to camp unhindered by sound, city light, or any other distractions. No cell service for T-Mobile or Verizon, but it was a welcome break. Can’t beat places like thisReport Check-In
Empty when I got here, a few others rolled in. Ice and quiet. Found a tick on me just now.Report Check-In
Campsites were nice with lots of trees, fire rings, and grills. There were bathrooms with flu
sh toilets but they were currently inoperable. Seems the whole place needs some TLC. Peaceful and quiet place for an overnight stay.
Realy good place for a break on the Natchez Trace ...
Ni electricity and no signal for telephone....it's a wild place
Make a fire and eat smores...
All size of rig or tent...
Great free site, one of three we stayed at on the Natchez Trace. This one has slightly less privacy than the other two, no potable water and only one working bathroom. Can’t beat the price though!Report Check-In
Sweet little campground, clean bathrooms, picnic tables and fire pits and hiking trails, right off the Natchez trace scenic parkway
No electricity/water hookups