The Campground once owned by the State of Mississippi is now operated and owned by the Nettles Family.
The Campground provides great family atmosphere, affordable rates, and lots of activities.
Where to Stay at Little Black Creek
Whether your family enjoys pitching a tent, staying in the comforts of a cabin or RV enthusiast they will enjoy their stay at Little Black Creek Campground and Park.
The Park offers waterfront cabins, bungalows, and inland cabins. All family friendly.
The photo above was taken during in the winter of 2017.
Photo above shows one the fishing ponds and you can see some of the cabins through the trees. There’s approximately 20 family-friendly cabins at the campground.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see photos of in the inside of the cabins.
Also, there’s over 100 RV sites with camping sites with full hookups, no sewer sites, and primitive sites.
Activities at the Campground and Park
Here’s some of the activities and things you can do at the Campground and Park.
- 18 Disc Golf Course ($3 per person)
- Swimming (2 beach areas)
- Nature Watching
- Paddle Boarding
- Golf Cart Rentals ($70 a day)
- Boating (no water skiing allowed)
- Horse Trails
- Zip Lines ($20 per person)
- Jump House Rentals (call for rental info & prices)
- Bike Riding
- Pedal Boat Rental (ask for rental price at camp store)
- Aluminum Boat Rentals (Jon Boat with trolling motor $40 a day)
- Canoe & Kayak Rentals ($40 a day comes with life jackets and paddles)
There’s several piers, boat docks, and fishing areas located throughout the park.
There’s even a fish cleaning station with running water near the entrance of the campground and park.
Fishing Pier near the cabins. Great place to fish and meet new friends.
Golf Cart Rental
You can rent a Golf Cart for half day or full day by going to the camping store.
Camp Store opens at 8am every morning, and the golf carts are available on a first come, first served basis.
Full day Golf Cart rental is $70 and you must return it the same day. You may bring your own golf cart for $10 a day.
My family enjoys renting a golf cart we take it all over the park and explore.
There are two swim areas, and both do not have Lifeguards on duty. It’s swim at your own risk. Both swim areas are near restrooms and play areas.
The swim area near the entrance and day use area has a parking lot. Also, it has lots of picnic areas with covered pavilions near it.
Jump House Rental
You can rent a jump house, small blow up water slide, or a large water slide with pool to be set up at the pavillion near the camp store or by the lodge.
The rental prices for the jump house is $100, slide with pool $165, and $200 for larger slide.
Pavillion rental is $50 a day and lodge is $100 a day. The lodge has a small kitchen with table and chairs.
Please call (601) 794 – 2957 to talk to someone at the park office for my info.
Photo above of small water slide.
Is there a Camp Store?
Is there a Laundromat at the campground?
No, there isn’t a laundromat at the campground.
Is there Wildlife at the park?
Yes, there’s wildlife in the park. The park is perfect for bird watching, and there’s plenty of animals to try to find while out hiking, walking, riding bikes, or driving around on a golf cart.
My family enjoys riding around the park in a golf cart with our binoculars and camera trying to spot different birds and other animals to photograph.
Here are a few photos I took either while riding around the park on the golf cart or taken from the porch of the cabin my family rented.
Photo of Blue Heron taken from the back porch of a cabin.
Photo of a bird chasing the Blue Heron.
The park offers lots of space to ride bikes. Prepare for a workout with all the hills, though it’s a bit of a workout going uphill going downhill can be fun.
The area around the day use beach and the camping sites upfront near the entrance of the park seems to be the flattest area of the park. Perfect for riding bikes with little ones. You may want to let children wear their bike helmets.
Sunsets and Night Skies
As you can see, the park offers a lot of fun activities. And you can also create your own family fun.
Whether you like staying indoors playing cards and board games, or prefer enjoying the great outdoors Little Black Creek will not disappoint.
Photo taken on a different night then the above sky photographs.
Don’t forget when booking a stay at the Campground and Park in the cabins make sure to ask what you’ll need to bring.
Also, don’t forget your camera, phone charger, bug spray, fishing poles, and sunscreen. And, be prepared for any type of weather.
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Kim Seghers is a Mom of three, creator of This Ole Mom blog, a family friendly site. Kim is passionate about sharing her love for cooking, crafting, traveling, family, and everything lifestyle.