I’m thoroughly enjoying our journey down Natchez Trace Parkway. This drive is for folks who aren’t in a hurry and who enjoy pretty scenery — that should describe retired full-time RVers more than anyone else and it describes us.
The electric here is 50 amps and water pressure is good. There are no sewer hookups and the dump station is out near the entrance so it’s not very handy for those using a “blueboy” on a longer stay. The campground restroom is built up on stilts, about eight feet up. The sites are level concrete slabs.
My satellite reception is limited and, honestly, I’m glad to get even one satellite through all the trees. I think the best chance for satellite coverage would be in the sites directly across from the restrooms. Cell reception is very good and my data is a strong 4G. The weather during this October stay has been pretty good with cool temperatures and only a little rain. I have the idea that humidity and mosquitoes would make a late summer stay here rather challenging to say the least.
There are three state museums within minutes of the campground and the Mississippi State University Medical Center is right down the street. In fact, a park ranger told me that a lot of people use this campground when coming to the area hospitals.
We would return to this campground when passing through the area. It’s quite a change of pace from staying in rural spots, miles from shopping, etc. I guess you’d say that LeFleur’s Bluff is a place to get away from it all without actually getting away from it all!
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