The best camping near LeFleurs Bluff State Park

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Rock Hill Campsite

6 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Brandon, MS
Once farmland, this 7.5 acre property is situated between a cattle farm and a pine timber plantationThe last owner fenced the land for horses and a horse barn and small arena still exist on the property.Learn more about this land:Enjoy a peaceful country setting at an open campsite overlooking a small lake. Watch for wild ducks and cranes on the water, as well as an occasional deer passing through the area. Fish for bass from the bank or from a small boat on location.
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The Ruatic Fauna

2 sites · Lodging69 acres · Pearl, MS
The 65 plus acres is on the Richland Creek and had many tribes pass thru the property in the 17 and 1800's.Learn more about this land:Over a 65 acre property for Adults Only. Features a fishing lake, 2 Tent Canvas Cabins, Hiking Trails, Off Road Biking, Hunting, Entertainment Building and only 8 miles SW of Bass Pro Shop in Pearl, Ms. Total Stay per night is $95 for 2 for Tent Lodging. The Meals, Beverages, Happy Hour Bev are extra.
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Wildwood

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Canton, MS
Wildwood is almost 100 years old and we have been lovingly renovating this property for the past few years. The lake used to be horse pasture until the breeding operation halted and the lake was built. We share this farm with many animals, domestic and wild, and are glad to be a small part of its long history. We love sharing this place with people who appreciate nature’s beauty.Learn more about this land: Wildwood is a small acreage hobby horse farm in a rural setting on large acreage private lake. Two kayaks and a small row boat are available, but bring your own fishing gear. The lake is stocked with bass and brim. You will always catch a fish here! Want to relax? Our farm is peaceful and serene, with local wildlife and great birding opportunities. We have an incredible variety of migratory songbirds that we welcome to the farm each year. You may even get to see bald eagles fishing the lake if you’re quiet. Watch the horses graze in their fields and geese land in the lake as the sun sets. A small slice of heaven on earth, the star gazing is phenomenal on clear nights. The cicadas, crickets and bullfrogs create a natural sound machine for restful nights. No light pollution out here and the Milky Way can be seen. We are just 15 minutes from 1-55, and 18 minutes to the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway for traveling and cycling. 20 minutes to the Reservoir for large scale fishing, boating and water sports. Level gravel parking area with electric and water availability is right next to our barn. There are bugs (it’s nature) in the spring/summer/fall so please bring bug spray and be prepared. We use Mosquito Spartans to help keep mosquitoes in control.
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The best camping near LeFleurs Bluff State Park guide

Overview

About

Camping in the city? That’s right! LeFleur's Bluff State Park is a camping oasis in the heart of urban Jackson. One of the highlights is traversing the park’s many nature trails, where you can explore wooded bluffs, river bottoms, lakes, and scenic swamplands. Don’t forget your camera! If hiking ain’t your thing, there’s great golfing, boating, fishing, and of course southern style barbecuing and picnicking. Remember the hot sauce! At the end of the day, enjoy some primitive camping as you watch the sun set over the lake, beer in hand. Now that’s Dixie!

When to go

The ideal time to visit LeFleurs Bluff State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural beauty is at its peak. Summer brings warmth and a lush landscape, but also the possibility of crowds and humidity. Winter can be quieter, offering a peaceful park experience, though some facilities may have reduced hours.

Know before you go

  • Check the park's operating hours, typically from 8:30am to 5pm, before planning your visit.
  • Stay safe by adhering to posted signs and guidelines, especially when engaging in water activities.
  • Accessibility varies across different areas of the park; inquire ahead for specific needs.
  • Available amenities include picnic areas and trails; confirm the status of facilities before arrival.
  • Respect the park's natural environment by disposing of trash properly and following Leave No Trace principles.

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