This app shows $22 a night. We were charged $40 a night for full hookups. It was quiet and safe. The park host was very nice. Great for just a overnighter in my opinion but there were a handful of large trailers that were extended stay guests. The restaurant was not open the 3 days we were there learning how to use our new Oliver Travel Trailer. Oliver brought us here and paid for the first night.
This campground is a gem: part of a charming, eclectic bed & breakfast complex with a wonderful restaurant and great host. The setting is lovely and close enough to the Natchez Trail Parkway to be convenient and far enough away that road noise is never a problem. Everything was clean and well maintained; service was excellent. Some sites level with FHUs (and 30 amp electric), others not so level, without sewer, but with 50 amp. Restaurant serves wonderful food - everything from bacon wrapped shrimp to BBQ meatloaf and “chocolate cobbler”. Host has a wealth of knowledge to share of the history (and characters!) of the area. As their signs proclaim “Fall Hollow Campground: Travelers, Wanderers and Storytellers Welcome.” (And don’t miss the Amish Riding Lawn Mower in front of the office.)
Agree with the other posters about food and owners, terrific! Beautiful crystal clear creek to walk along. Quiet and peaceful.