Stayed Nov 28, 2018 to Dec 2, 2018. This is a small state park, just outside of small Louisville, MS. There's a large lake and a small pond, a good hiking trail around the larger lake, excellent roads throughout the park for walking and dog walking and a well maintained playground, for kids. The RV camp section had 15 sites, many of which are pull through spots and all sites have full hookups. The cost was $24/night. The spots are all concrete slabs and have a picnic table and grill and firepit for each. There was a nice amount of space between sites. There is a very nice bathroom/showerhouse at the front of the RV section. I only used the restroom, but the showers were large and all looked very clean. It was so peaceful when I was there, only one other RV camper for all but my last night. This park is dense with tall pines, so you have good shade and the sounds of the wind in the trees. Very easy to find the park and no problems driving my 35ft Holiday Rambler w toad through the park.
We stayed 2 nights at site 12. A very small campground. Full hookup and quite private. Gate attendant was very helpful and nice. Not a good place to ride bikes because of the hilly terrain however a walking trail through the woods was quite invigorating. (Not for the faint of heart)