Aberdeen RV Center
21191 US Hwy 45 Alternate
Aberdeen, MS 39730
USA
Phone: (662) 369-8745
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Fax: (662) 369-9304

Local Campsites & Attractions

Campsites

  • Blue Bluff Campground (Aberdeen, MS)
    • Blue Bluff Campground is located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Blue Bluff Campground has 92 sites with electric and water hookups. The campground has many scenic views of the waterway with picnic facilities and a beach nearby.
  • Dewayne Hayes Campground (Columbus, MS)
    • Dewayne Hayes Campground has 100 sites with electric and water hookups and 10 primitive sites. There is ample opportunity for one to go fishing, boating, or just spend the day sightseeing along the banks of the river. If onen is interested in antique stores, historic sights, and such just visit Columbus, Mississippi next door.
  • Town Creek Campground (West Point, MS)
    • Town Creek Campground has 100 sites with electric and water hookups and 10 primitive sites. There is direct access to the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway for recreational boating activities and is a great place to relax and view the great scenery.
  • Morgan's Landing Campground (Aberdeen, MS)
    • 14 R/V Hookups with water/electricity. Primitive camping sites.  A paved boat ramp with ample parking. A covered pavilion with restrooms, water, picnic tables, and electrical outlets; large enough for family reunions.
  • Lake Monroe Campground (Aberdeen, MS)
    • 111 acre lake known for its largemouth bass and shell-crackers, crappie and catfish. Two handicapped access fishing piers; good bank fishing; boat ramp; trolling speed only; 20 camping pads with water/electricity; pavilion, picnic areas with grills.
  • Lake Lowndes Campground (Columbus, MS)
    • Lake Lowndes offers complete recreational facilities for individuals, families and groups. Located on beautiful 150 acre Lake Lowndes, the park offers unlimited opportunities for picnicking, fishing and camping, as well as complete facilities for football, soccer, softball, tennis, basketball, volleyball, disc golf and other organized sports.
  • Country Dogs RV Park (Starkville, MS)
    • ​20 acre property located just one mile southwest of the Hwy 82 and Hwy 45 Alternate interchange.  Property has a 2.5 acre pond stocked with bass, brim and catfish.  There is a wooded trail northwest of the pond with wild muscadine vines growing from the trees.  In the summer months, there is a "pick your own produce" vegetable garden.
  • Jamie Whitten Campground (Fulton, MS)
    • Whitten Park Campground, also know as the Fulton Campground, is located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee. The Tenn-Tom Waterway is an outdoor enthusiasts' paradise. From picnicking to fishing to camping, the Tenn-Tom has it all. The Whitten Park Campground offers 61 sites with electric and water hookups.
  • Davis Lake Campground (Houlka, MS)
    • Terrain is hilly. Facilities provided include restrooms, a boat ramp, landing piers for water skiing, and a swimming beach.
  • Barnes Crossing Campground (Tupelo, MS)
    • Located in a beautiful secluded wooded area just outside of Tupelo, MS, just a stones throw away from the Natchez Trace Parkway.
  • Trace Lake Campground (Tupelo, MS)
    • Trace State Park offers a quiet, natural retreat located just minutes from the excitement of Tupelo, one of Mississippi's fastest growing cities. Trace State Park offers a variety of outdoor activities ranging from fishing and water sports to exploring miles of secluded nature trails.
  • Tombigbee State Park (Tupelo, MS)
    • The campground features a loop of twenty paved sites that are available for RV or tent camping.  A bath house with hot showers and laundry facilites is centrally located.  All sites are equipped with electricity and water hookups, eighteen of which are also equipped with sewer.  Each site is furnished with a picnic table, grill, and fire ring for campers to enjoy.
  • Elvis Presley Lake (Tupelo, MS)
    • Named in honor of Tupelo’s most famous native, Elvis Presley Lake offers some of the finest water-related recreation opportunities around. It is one of the 24 state fishing lakes operated by Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. Whether it’s fishing, camping, skiing, or the popular off-road bicycle trail, Elvis Presley Lake has something for every outdoor enthusiast.
  • Pickensville Campground (Pickensville, AL)
    • Pickensville Campground offers 176 sites with electric and water hookups and several sites that have sewer. Many people enjoy watching the barges go by, hunting, fishing, and water sports along the waterway.
  • Lake Lurleen (Coker, AL)
    • Ninety-one modern campsites overlook the scenic 250-acre lake.  All sites have water and electric hook-ups, and thirty-five sites have sewage drain connections.

 

Local Attractions

  • Aberdeen Visitor's Bureau
    • As a historic port city, Aberdeen is accustomed to hosting and accommodating travelers.
  • Monroe County
    • Monroe County, located in Northeast Mississippi,  is among the largest counties in the state.
  • The Magnolia's (Aberdeen, MS)
    • In 1850, Dr. and Mrs. William Alfred Sykes used local materials and labor to build their home in the classic Greek revival style.
  • Old Waverly Mansion (West Point, MS)
    • Built by Colonel George Hampton Young of Georgia in 1852, Waverley is a striking example of antebellum elegance.
  • Old Waverly Golf Course (West Point, MS)
    • Includes 18-hole championship course, lodging, and dining.
  • Tupelo Automobile Museum (Tupelo, MS)
    • Featuring 120,000 square feet of automobile displays and open viewing restoration bays.  Over 100 antique, classic and collectible automobiles, chronologically displayed, illustrate the progress of over 100 years of automobile design and engineering.  
  • Elvis Presley Birthplace (Tupelo, MS)
    • The Birthplace of Elvis Presley in Tupelo, Mississippi is the only location in the world where you can see, feel and touch where the King of Rock & Roll began his musical journey.
  • Buffalo Park and Zoo (Tupelo, MS)
    • Your guide will take you into the heart of where the buffalo roam; let you get out and feed them, and teach you more about the buffalo than you ever thought was possible!
  • Natchez Trace Parkway (Tupelo, MS)
    • Used by American Indians, "Kaintucks", settlers, and future presidents, the Old Trace played an important role in American history. Today, visitors can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping.
  • Railroad Festival (Amory, MS)
    • Amory is the perfect site for a railroad festival, because Amory's very existenceis due to the railroad.
  • Slugburger Festival (Corinth, MS)
    • The Slugburger Festival is held in historic downtown Corinth each year on the second weekend of July.