The best camping near Tishomingo State Park

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Moon Lake Farm - Camp, Fish, Relax

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents77 acres · Belden, MS
We are the Darnell family, and we bought this property in late 2021. We can't wait to share it with you! We desire to create a place of rest, retreat, and relaxation in nature. Be it camping, fishing, or a campfire with your friends or family, we want you to make your favorite memories at Moon Lake. Learn more about this land: Serene setting just outside of Tupelo, MS. Fish or walk around the 8-acre lake. Enjoy the swings overlooking the water. Walk by the trees and look for deer and turkeys. Say hello to the horses in the barn! Come enjoy a restful camp barely outside the city limits!We can't wait for you to make your favorite memories here.
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Turkey Hill RV Park

4 sites · RVs, Tents9 acres · Hamilton, AL
Gorgeous RV park and campground nestled in the hills of Northwest Alabama, conveniently located just 2 miles from Exit 14 on I-22 in Hamilton, Alabama. Full service hook-ups, bath house, and free wi-fi! On-site activities include ping pong, corn hole, shuffleboard, pickleball (coming soon!), and frisbee golf. Nearby attractions include the Natural Land Bridge, Dismal Canyons, boating, fishing, and more!
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Gable Family Outdoors

5 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Haleyville, AL
**Gable Family Outdoors" by the Bear Creek Lakes** Welcome to Gable Family Outdoors, your ultimate destination for adventure and tranquility, located near the picturesque Bear Creek Lakes and The Bankhead National Forest. Our campsites offers a wide range of activities and natural beauty, making it the perfect spot for families, thrill-seekers, and nature lovers alike. **Site Features:** - **Campsites:** Set up your RV or Tent at one of our spacious campsites to begin your rural country peaceful adventure. **Activities:** - **Kayaking and Boating:** Explore the serene waters of Bear Creek Lakes with your kayaks, canoes, and boats. Paddle along the shoreline or venture out to the peaceful coves. - **Fishing:** Cast your line from the shore or a boat and enjoy fishing in our well-stocked lakes, teeming with bass, trout, and catfish. - **Hiking and Biking Trails:** Discover acres of scenic trails perfect for hiking and mountain biking. Our trails wind through lush forests, past waterfalls, and up to breathtaking viewpoints. - **ATV and Quad Riding:** Experience the thrill of riding ATVs and quads on our designated trails, designed for all skill levels. Feel the rush as you navigate through rugged terrain and open fields. - **Horseback Riding:** Saddle up and explore the wilderness on horseback. Explore through scenic shared trails, offering a unique perspective of the natural surroundings. **Natural Wonders:** - **Waterfalls and Caves:** Discover hidden waterfalls and mysterious caves scattered throughout the property. These natural wonders provide perfect spots for exploration and photography. - **Wildlife Viewing:** Encounter a variety of wildlife, from deer and foxes to eagles and owls. Our site is a haven for nature enthusiasts and bird watchers. **Amenities:** Cell Service is available from most carriers. - **Pet-Friendly:** Bring your pets along for the adventure! We offer pet-friendly campsites and trails. - **Stargazing:** With minimal light pollution, our campsite offers a perfect setting for stargazing and astrophotography. Enjoy the clear night sky and the Milky Way in all its glory. - **Quiet Zones:** Find tranquility everywhere, perfect for meditation, reading, or simply unwinding in nature. **Nearby Attractions:** - **Local Eateries and Shops:** Explore nearby towns and enjoy local cuisine, charming shops, and friendly hospitality. - **Historic Sites:** Visit historic landmarks and learn about the rich cultural heritage of the region. Wifi is available at camping sites. At Gable Family Outdoors, you’ll find a harmonious blend of thrilling activities and serene environments. Whether you’re seeking an action-packed adventure or a peaceful retreat, our campsites on the Bear Creek Lakes is the perfect destination. Book your stay today and create unforgettable memories with family and friends!
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Grace On Trace Homestead & BnB

2 sites · RVs7 acres · Guntown, MS
Grace On Trace Homestead & BnB is a small farm in beautiful country setting, just off of Natchez Trace Parkway, about 14 mile's north of the city of Tupelo, the birthplace of Elvis Presley. We have a small pond on the back of our property and half of our place is wooded area with a deep ravine and a flat top which is ideal for pitching a tent. We are planning to build a Geodesic dome tent and a tree house in the very near future. We are currently an Airbnb, VRBO, & HH Host. We have animals such as goat, peacocks, turkeys, chickens, guineas, & ducks. We are located in a secluded area with a beautiful view surrounded by the lust green wooded scenery & a pond with a deck. A place where serenity, privacy, & beauty abound. We look forward to hosting you.
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AdventAge Retreat

153 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Haleyville, AL
Welcome to our tranquil retreat nestled in the heart of nature! This hidden gem offers a unique blend of natural beauty and modern comforts, making it the perfect escape for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. Accommodation Features: *Rock Shelters: Discover two stunning rock shelters on the property, providing a picturesque setting for relaxation or exploration. *Ponds: Immerse yourself in the serene ambiance with three beautiful ponds, perfect for catching and releasing fish or simply enjoying the peaceful surroundings. *Fishing: Enjoy catch and release fishing in the ponds, providing a soothing and rewarding experience for fishing enthusiasts. *Hiking Trails: Embark on scenic hiking trails that wind through the property, offering breathtaking views of rolling hills, creeks, and lush landscapes. *Camping Options: Choose from wooded or non-wooded camping options, allowing you to tailor your outdoor experience to your preferences. *RV Parking: Bring your RV and utilize the dedicated 30-amp connection, ensuring a comfortable stay amidst nature. *Dump Station: Convenience is key, and our nearby dump station makes RV maintenance hassle-free. *On-site Camper Rental: For those seeking a cozy stay, we offer an on-site camper available for rent, equipped with all the essentials for a comfortable retreat. *Natural Features: Explore the diverse terrain, including rolling hills, babbling creeks, and two enchanting waterfalls during the wet season. *Tranquil Atmosphere: Experience the utmost tranquility in our super quiet and beautiful property, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Whether you're a solo adventurer, a couple seeking a romantic getaway, or a family yearning for quality time in nature, our property offers an unforgettable escape. Book now and immerse yourself in the beauty of our natural haven!
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Siverwater Campground

8 sites · RVs2 acres · Counce, TN
**EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE COVERED LOTS** At Silverwater Campground, we pride ourselves on providing campers with spacious lots for rent. Planning your escape has never been easier with daily, weekly, and monthly stay options. Extended stays are available upon request. Conveniently located near various attractions, including Shiloh National Military Park, Pickwick Dam and Lake, Tennessee Indian Mounds, and local shopping options, Silverwater Campground is your passport to relaxation and adventure. Don't wait any longer to experience the magic of Silverwater Campground. Book your stay today and start making memories that will last a lifetime.
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On the Creek Retreat

3 sites · Tents14 acres · Olivet, TN
Learn more about this land: Beautiful clear creek (flows through the entire property(14 acres) with a large, blue swimming hole). Lovely grounds to run and play on. Serene, quiet, peaceful and inviting. 10 min from Savannah TN (shopping, dining, hospital)- 15 min to the TN River in both Savannah and Clifton(centrally located)- 15 min to “Up the Creek”Kayaking- 15 min to Ross Creek Landing golf course- Wide open/easy travel access roads-
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Oak Leaf Hills

2 sites · RVs, Tents116 acres · Waterloo, AL
The property is 116 acres of primitive camping area, with 2 year-round creeks running through the property and plenty of room to hike and explore nature. About 40 acres are in pasture and the rest are wooded, with an area under development. This is a scenic and picturesque natural environment. We want to keep it that way so we do ask that you have a way to dispose of your waste and leave no litter behind.
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Frog Pond Tent Camp

1 site · Tent18 acres · Adamsville, TN
This 18 acre homestead is conveniently located right on Hwy 64, only 7 miles from the Stantonville Amish community; Shiloh Battlefield and archaeological site; and Savannah, TN. The town of Adamsville (home of Sheriff Buford Pusser!) is only 1.5 miles away, for convenient access to grocery and gas stations. Because we are right on the highway, guests should note that vehicle noise can be heard, especially during weekday working hours. The evenings and early mornings are generally peaceful, and for those seeking a camp spot with easy access, this is the spot for youThere's a 1-acre spring fed pond at the back of the property that's great for swimming, sitting and relaxing, or even fishing (though there's not much in there but perch!) We maintain a 1-mile loop path around our pastures perfect for an early morning or evening stroll, and there is a small 4-5 acre wood guests are also welcome to explore. There is a designated campfire area, and we kindly ask guests not to burn fires at their campsite. In addition to our new flower field and personal vegetable garden, the farm is home to one retired musician (me); one super cool shih tzu (Sirius); and 24 chickens. And we can't wait to share this lovely space with you.
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Cob House Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · Hamitlon, AL
Our hectare of land is a genuine Space of Love, acting as a tether between our physical bodies, our ethereal bodies, our ancestors, our descendants, the Earth and God. This land will be our life's work, a culmination of our most intentional efforts to bring health and happiness to our family in perpetuity. We moved our family here from Chicago in 2012 to put roots down on land that has been in the family for over 100 years. We will live here forever. We we were featured on HGTV's "You Live in What?!" as our family of four lived in a bus for 2 years while we became acquainted with the overgrown piece of land . We welcome the collaboration and cooperation of other individuals and families who wish to gain experience in natural, earthen, and sustainable home building and permaculture. Our intention in offering a place for people to stay is to provide a unique experience in natural building techniques and to meet our tribe. Our combined family land is 40 acres, but our official campsite that we are offering is 2.5 acres, with 20 acres of wild, 20yr-growth forest with paths and a 10' deep creek rain runoff ditch which is great for walking down and exploring. This is a fantastic place to look for medicinal herbs as we have many, to include elderberry, boneset, staghorn sumac, pokeweed, mimosa trees, mimosa pudica, tulip poplars, passionflower (Maypop), persimmons, groundcherries, huckleberries, beauty berries, "possum" grapes, muscadine grapes, wild cherry trees, black walnut, honey suckle, Japanese privet, wild lettuce, sassafras trees, plantain, dragon flower, Japaness Angelica trees, and blackberries to name a few. In the Autumn one can forage for bolete mushrooms. Chanterelles grow all summer and puffball mushrooms are found easily most of the year. We also keep bees in a horizontal hive.Learn more about this land:Come alone or with your whole family and gain experience building a home using a very old method of earthen construction; cob. The hands-on cob workshop is optional, of course, but this is clearly our uniqueness. We can get you and your whole group stomping in the mud and building a wall that will stand for generations.Children 11 and under do not count towards the guest count.Enjoy watching the shenanigans of our goats, dogs, cats and chickens as you work and play on our homestead. Children are warmly welcomed and catered to. Our designated campsites will accommodate tents exclusively at this time and are enveloped in semi-wild young forest, on a patch of regularly cleared pasture-like turf. The evenings are filled with a loud orchestra of tree- frogs and crickets, as well as the occasional coyote calls, dog howls, owl songs, and my favorite; Chuck-Wills-Widow call. Up to 6 tents may be set up on this one patch of earth, but we will only book one group or party at a time. Our area of Alabama, and our area of county, in particular, does harbor poison ivy, various snakes, raccoons, fox, armadillos, opossums, and other nocturnal wanderers. We have a total of 6 dogs that help us to feel guarded and secure against wood-boogers and four-legged rascals.  We can give you a grill or there is a fire pit both at your tent site, as well as near our cabin. Your campsite is private, and somewhat secluded, though it is only 500 feet from our cabin. A communal outhouse, constructed of cob- is the designated latrine. The nearest hospital is 15 minutes away, as well as your most common commercial conveniences.
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Oldie But Goodie

1 site · RV7 acres · Rienzi, MS
Discover a relaxing getaway that's not too far away on our property, featuring ample land and a charming small pond. Located just minutes from Highway 45, this serene retreat offers tranquility within easy reach. A mere 12 minutes from Corinth and a convenient 40-minute drive to Tupelo, our location provides both seclusion and accessibility. Unwind and enjoy the peaceful surroundings on our property, making it the perfect escape for relaxation and rejuvenation.
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A place full of wild mustangs

6 sites · TentsAdamsville, TN
Our property is fenced in full of wild life and horses located 10 minutes from the Tennessee river and shop battle fields rich with history. We offer horse back riding and swimming.Learn more about this land:Horse ranch environment. Great swimming pool, plenty of wildlife and a mule that free roams our property. Lots of activists just minutes away, including kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, and boating the Tennessee River. Plus the Shiloh Battle Fields to explore and great BBQ restaurants.
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The best camping near Tishomingo State Park guide

Overview

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Some of Mississippi’s best camping is found in the scenic foothills of the Appalachian Mountains at Tishomingo State Park. This area is filled with natural beauty and is guaranteed to spark an outdoor adventure. Tishomingo offers ample hiking trails through a unique landscape of massive rock formations and fern-filled crevices found nowhere else in the state. When not exploring the jaw-dropping trails, visitors can enjoy canoeing, swimming, disc golf, fishing, boating, and even rock climbing! There's no shortage of activities to fill you with a natural high at this place! And the camping is something to write home about.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Tishomingo State Park is during spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural scenery is at its peak. Summer brings warmth perfect for water activities, though it can be crowded. Winters are quiet but can be chilly, so pack accordingly.

Know before you go

  • Check weather conditions before your visit to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.
  • Be aware of park hours, typically from 8:30am to 5pm, and plan your activities within this timeframe.
  • Wear appropriate footwear for hiking on uneven terrain and bring plenty of water to stay hydrated.
  • Stay informed about any trail closures or area restrictions during your visit.
  • Facilities such as restrooms and picnic areas are available, but it's wise to bring necessary supplies in case they are busy.

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