Nice area, free wifi close to the office. The upper campground definitely nicer than the lower. Free firewood for camp fire. Lots to see and walk around. Lots of history in office area. People really friendly. Quite a ways out. Port Gibson about 10 miles away. Do not take American Express.
Our campsite was next to a large area with parking for our enclosed trailer and it was close to the river. No local TV or cell service. Lots of raccoons and deer. Lots of places to visit locally. Beautiful spots.
Sites not easy to get in and out of. No close trash cans they were at bathrooms and across at picnic areas. You might see alligators. Creole Trail was a108 miles long nature trail. Park was sort of like a swamp area and rustic but was supposed to be. Very enjoyable trip and we went fishing.
Automated check in cash only. No extra parking for towed vehicle or trailer. Technically they don't have any spots. Park ranger let us park our trailer in front of the bathrooms over night. Coleman's Rock Shop was a good place to get crystals. Lots to do around Hot Springs. Rainey and Julie went with us. Rainey enjoyed digging for crystals and Charlie and Julie rode the zipline.
Second visit to this park. We forgot when our first visit was.
Follow signs when you get there, do not use GPS. About 22 miles from Gulfport. Close to the beach. Store, laundry mart, water park and it included a wave pool. Not open all the time. Sites were small. Full hookups and TV reception.
Toll bridge I think was $10.00 for the RV and $3.00 for the tow. It was a tight squeeze for our 40 ft. It was cold when we went but we saw pelicans and dolphins and if we had gone in May we could have seen the butterfly habitat. June is the hurricane season don't go then.