Reviews for Oak Grove Campground COE

| Good place to relax for a while

By user-5947412... on 2017-10-23.

This is one of the best campgrounds I have stayed at. We got a spot near the lake which was a nice place to hang at. There is no WiFi or cell rep. so your off the grid (the closest phone is at the office) The showers have a few bugs in them and are a little out of date. The campground is nice to walk or bike around in. Would stay again.

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23.

We have stayed at Oak Grove every year for the past 8 years! Always excellent, Hosts present and helpful, washrooms excellent, trees amazing, near boat ramp, our favorite RV destination!

| Poorly maintained!

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-08-11 to 2018-08-12

We look for COE campgrounds because we love them so much, however, we were terribly disappointed in Oak Grove! Although there were many sites available, we were directed to a site across from what looked like an abandoned camper. The grass was overgrown and the place looked like it was ignored. Before we left the next day, we drove around looking for a better place to stay the next time we are in the area. The other COE campgrounds we visited, Clear creek was worse and Pats Bluff was closed. The bath houses were locked at Clear creek with weeds growing up thru the pads. Looked abandoned!

| Great campground

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

Great campground lots of trees. Located at the base of the levee. Just a note, some campsites have water and sewer hookups more than 25 ft from pads. Some take extra hoses and sewer pipes.

| Good Stay

By user-5753257... on 2019-08-09.

Located on the lower side of Sardis Lake, Oak Grove Campground COE is a quite campground with numerous RV sites. Most pads have water and electric but there are a limited number that have sewer hookups too. Last time I was there it was $18 a night. With a senior discount, its half that. I had a very restful stay. Lots of friendly people. Nearby is the lower Sardis Lake and the 10,000 acer upper Sardis Lake is easily accessible as well. There is excellent fishing either in a boat or from the fishing piers. A few minutes drive to the east is the historic City of Oxford where you can explore the great shops, bookstores and nationally ranked restaurants on The Square. And while there, visit the home of William Falkner, famous author and Nobel laureate. Also Oxford is the home of The University of Mississippi, home of the Ole Miss Rebels and the world famous Grove . There is a super Walmart there too. An hour drive to the north is the City of Memphis is just up I55.