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Flint Creek Water Park and Campground Wiggins

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Flint Creek Water Park and Campground
1216 Parkway Drive
Wiggins
MS
39577
Tel: 601 928 3051

Directions

If you are coming from New Orleans, take I-59 N and then exit # 29. Turn right onto Hwy 26 East. Cross over Hwy 49 and then you will see the brown Flint Creek Water Park sign. Turn right and here you will be on Hwy 49. Keep following the signs and it will be on your left.

From New Orleans the drive is just less than 2 hours.

Where are we going today?

Waterpark fun and camping for the whole family!  Flint Creek Water Park and Campground is set on 1900 beautiful acres in Mississippi, including a stunning 650 acre lake with 13 miles or shoreline.

Did that make your ears prick up, kids! That means you can have a splash about swimming, take a boat out on the water and relax, or enjoy some adrenaline pumping waterskiing!  You can also enjoy some fishing 24 hours a day!  They have stocked the lake with bass, crappie, catfish and bream, and aluminium boat rentals are available.

Splash of Fun is their new water park that will open soon, so keep an eye out for that!

Camping and picnicking is available all year round, with 132 fully developed camping spots, as well as cabins and camp houses - and they have everything if you want to spend the night or even a week!

If you're still in swimming mode, you can take to the waters on your own private beach, or get out into nature and hike down the trails, lined with roses, honeysuckle and daisies.

Can you spot any wildlife!?  Here's a hint about what you might see - cute little squirrel, gorgeous deer, and loud ducks and waterfowl along the lakeside edge.

If you wanted to cook a beautiful meal for the family, you can use one of the BBQ grills available and enjoy the meal on the picnic tables available.  Maybe the deer and the squirrels will pop in for a bite too!

They also have events throughout the year, included seasonal ones like fun in the haunted forest at Halloween, so check what’s on when you book! 

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What is there to do?

So much to do! Nature hikes, swimming, fishing, boating....heaps of outdoor fun!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $55 for RV / $110 for cabins / day
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Facilities on site

Picnic tables and BBQ grills, toilets, bathhouses, and laundry facilities

When can we go?

Opens Memorial Day Weekend Thru Labor Day Weekend 7 Days a Week (Subject to availability of lifeguar

All year round

What people are saying?

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    Very nice campground. Large camp areas and nice shade. We were here labor day weekend and it was almost full--a little noisier than what we were used to but it quieted down @ 11pm. New hosts treated us well and were accommodating to site request. I would not hesitate to stay or advise someone to stay here.

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    We were there for a weekend of horseback riding and camping. The trails were wonderful however we were treated poorly by the campground owners. At 10:59pm they were coming around saying that we couldn't even sit out and talk to each other above a whisper. The motorcycle group that was there was allowed to ride through the camp at all hours of the night without getting talked too. The prices were very high, they charged me for water and electric, but they gave me a site with only electric. The horse camp sites were too small for our rigs. You have...Read More

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    Great place to camp! We just had our first camp experience in Hell. That campground rocked! Great staff, they even opened the bar for us! We never made it, though.. Then they called the ice cream man back after he missed our row. One phone call for ice/wood, they were there in minutes. Clean facilities, Tina was mopping the bathroom every 6 hours. Those guys kept busy the whole weekend. Lotta work for just 2..Sure, quiet time is at 11, but that's no different from any developed campground. You want to get loud late, go out to the middle of the woods.......Read More

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    Awesome place to visit and spend the weekend. Took the RV out for the first time and had a great experience. We went in the first week of November, so it was a bit cold, but we still had a blast. Hiking, fishing, canoeing, horseback riding, etc.; all the fun stuff to do when camping. We will definitely be back next year when they open up.

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    I would have to say the best campground in lower Michigan. Great Staff fun events and activity's all year round. And to top it all off its right in the middle of Hell Michigan!

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by Deb F

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We were there for a weekend of horseback riding and camping. The trails were wonderful however we were treated poorly by the campground owners. At 10:59pm they were coming around saying that we couldn't even sit out and talk to each other above a whisper. The motorcycle group that was there was allowed to ride through the camp at all hours of the night without getting talked too. The prices were very high, they charged me for water and electric, but they gave me a site with only electric. The horse camp sites were too small for our rigs. You have to have your coggins papers and they make copies of your papers and have you wait outside while they make them. The one owner tried to make us clean up horse manure that our horses didn't leave. It had been left there by a previous camper.

by Bakercat Amboy

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Great place to camp! We just had our first camp experience in Hell. That campground rocked! Great staff, they even opened the bar for us! We never made it, though.. Then they called the ice cream man back after he missed our row. One phone call for ice/wood, they were there in minutes. Clean facilities, Tina was mopping the bathroom every 6 hours. Those guys kept busy the whole weekend. Lotta work for just 2..Sure, quiet time is at 11, but that's no different from any developed campground. You want to get loud late, go out to the middle of the woods.... They never asked us to turn down our radio, quit laughing or whisper. We can't wait to go back!

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