Flint Creek Water Park Campground

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class B

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Managed by the Pat Harrison Waterway District, the Flint Creek Water Park Campground just outside the De Soto National Forest offers an ideal base to explore not just the Pascagoula River Basin but also the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Offering more than 100 fully developed RV camping sites with 50/30 amp service, the campground welcomes Wiggins campers with active youngsters who will find the waterslide entertaining. Bring them during the annual haunted forest event the Saturday before Halloween.

Barbeque grills and picnic tables are provided for your outdoor dining comfort. For important gatherings with family and friends, consider celebrating in the enclosed lodge hall or pavilion. Naturally, one of the biggest draws of the park is the 650-acre lake that's well-stocked with bass, bream, and crappie. Even better, boating, water skiing, and swimming are popular here, including hiking and wildlife watching.

The Great Outdoors

Renting an RV in Wiggins and camping at Flint Creek Water Park Campground puts you in the backyard of De Soto National Forest. The gently rolling terrain clad in pine forests invites hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrian riders, while tea-colored streams provide opportunities for abundant fishing. Float on the 30-mile Black Creek National Scenic River to observe birds, wood ducks, and otters. Diverse ecosystems await at the Black Creek Wilderness Area's hardwood bottoms, oxbow lakes, and cypress swamps, and solitude is your constant companion at the Leaf Wilderness Area.

Stretching for only 80 miles, the Pascagoula River is nonetheless the biggest undammed river (by volume) in the continental United States, allowing you to go back in time as you hear birds calling overhead or spy alligator eyes watching you from the shade. Spring brings swallow-tailed kites while winter brings migrants like brown pelican, osprey, and cormorant. Mark your calendar around Earth Day and camp in an RV near Wiggins to celebrate the Pascagoula River Nature Festival at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center.

When you search for an RV in Stone County, you're well-placed to taste the offerings of the Mississippi Gulf National Heritage Area a little more an hour away in your Wiggins camper rental. Many chapters of the national story have been written here, and the area’s natural beauty and resources have brought people from near and far, today as it did in the past.

Glide down the "blueways" that put you on the water for a quiet float under ancient bald cypress trees (Bayou Bogue Homa Blueway). “Greenways" take you through scenic byways or nature/hiking trails (Bethel Mountain Bike Trail and Enchanted Nature Trail), and miles of coastlines lead you to a fishing or birding adventure (Beach Boulevard Scenic Byway and Mississippi Gulf Coast Birding Trail) that will inspire you to explore more.

Exploring the Area

The Old Firehouse Museum in Wiggins makes a wonderful first stop if you wish to gain insight into the history of Wiggins and Stone County. Here you'll find displays illustrating the railroad's importance in Wiggins' growth, the rise and fall of the timber industry, and that industry's offshoot and replacement, the turpentine and pickle industries. One of the town's claims to fame is Baseball Hall of Famer 'Dizzie' Dean, celebrated in the museum with photos, newspaper stories, and compiled stories as told by locals.

Locals and visitors alike gather in downtown Wiggins in March when the Pine Hill Festival kicks off. Find an RV rental near Flint Creek Water Park Campground and enjoy the food, live entertainment, and arts and crafts featured prominently during the festivities. Antique car shows, storytelling, and art exhibits are featured occasionally.

If there’s one benefit to camping in Wiggins, Mississippi, it’s the proximity to the Gulf Coast Heritage Area where old houses, museums, and historical sites abound. Visit the Old Brick House (circa 1840) in Biloxi, the Shaw Homestead in Poplarville built in the 1880s, and the LaPointe-Krebs House in Pascagoula, the oldest structure in the entire state, predating the American Revolutionary War by two decades.

And there’s more. Mardi Gras costumes and memorabilia can be viewed at museums in Bay St. Louis and Biloxi; everything automobile is on display at museums in Picayune and Gulfport; while space-related interactive exhibits are on open to the public at the NASA Infinity Science Center in Pearlington. History buffs might want to visit Fort Massachusetts, Fort Maurepas Park, and the Picayune Gymnasium that served as the recreational and entertainment center for the African American community.

Camping with an RV in Wiggins allows you to get around town and beyond, where history, nature, and culture come together in a delightful melting pot that will leave you wanting for more. And if you’re looking for waterfront camping near Wiggins, the Flint Creek Water Park Campground makes a convenient base to enjoy what this side of Mississippi has to offer.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Black Creek Hiking Trail, MSWiggins, MS
  • Black Creek Trail via Fairley Bridge Landing, MSWiggins, MS
  • Tuxachanie Trail, MSPerkinston, MS
  • Big Foot Horse Trail, MSPerkinston, MS
  • Black Creek Canoe Trail: Brooklyn to Fairley Bridge Road, MSPaul B Johnson State Park, MS
  • Big Creek Landing, MSPaul B Johnson State Park, MS
  • Bethel Mountain Bike Trail, MSMississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge, MS
  • Longleaf Trace Trail, MSHattiesburg, MS
  • Gulf Islands National Seashore Trail, MSOcean Springs, MS
  • Fontainebleau Nature Trail, MSMississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge, MS

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