Jackson, MS RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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Because of its friendly atmosphere Jackson has been dubbed the 'City with Soul'. The largest city in Mississippi has much to offer: events such as heritage festivals and antique shows, symphony concerts, and sports events. You can also learn about the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. Choose from 300 restaurants offering anything from the gourmet to the typical Southern cooking, and if you enjoy music Jackson offers some of the best blues, gospel and jazz venues around. Book a RV rental from one of our local owners and escape to your unknown. Discover the beauty of the Jackson area or explore the US in a motorhome rental or travel trailer rental.
RVs for Rent Near Jackson, MS
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Jackson, MS
Escape from the everyday to this popular campground with full hookups right near the amazing recreational waters in your RV rental. Timberlake Campground boasts of being one of the finest recreational destinations in the Southeast. Some of the many assets found at Timberlake include a recreation building with TV room, laundry, outdoor tennis courts, and a swimming pool. Other amenities include grills, picnic tables, a boat launch, full hook-ups, a comfort station, access to bike trails and disc golf...all adjacent to the beautiful Barnett Reservoir.
The park has a pond where you can fish all you want, you can also bike, swim in the pool and play horseshoe. Once you?re are done with your physical activity, walk over to town for food and shopping. A convenience store is also located on site. Choose from 63 concrete pads all equipped with what you need to have a pleasant stay. A good place to stay in a larger RV rental as either your jumping off or drop off location.
The home of the internationally acclaimed author Eudora Welty from 1925 until her death in 2001, this is where she wrote almost all of her greatest work. There is a spectacular garden which was created in 1925. Visitors are able to come and explore the different types of flowers growing in the garden. The Eudora Welty House is one of the most authentic literary houses in the country. Its exterior, interior, and furnishings are full of paintings, photographs, linens, furniture, draperies, rugs, and primarily, thousands of books, which all remain in their original places.
Conveniently located off the highway, Vicksburg RV Park offers wide spacious sites and great facilities. Mississippi River is only a walk way, Vicksburg National Military Park is 3 miles away, and a free shuttle service can take you to a nearby casino. Vicksburg town is full of great restaurants and historical sites.
This is a National Historic Landmark, it is the states? most historic building and a great example of the Greek Revival public architectural style in the nation. When it was built in 1839, the massive limestone exterior, copper dome, and grand interior spaces made the Old Capitol the most distinguished building in Mississippi. Today you can view it for free.
The largest and most comprehensive museum in Mississippi. Located in LeFleur's Bluff State Park it features aquariums, and nature trails showcasing the flora and fauna of the state. There are over a million specimens of fish, reptiles, birds, mammals, invertebrates, plants and fossils.
LeFleur's Bluff provides a lush green area in the middle of the city of Jackson. You'll be within a 10 mile radius from downtown, shopping, restaurants and the airport. In addition to camping, fishing, picnic spots and trails, the 305-acre park features a nine-hole golf course. A fun family trip in your RV rental the sites are also easy to get in to for novice drivers.
This is the famous site of the American Civil War Battle of Vicksburg. The park offers reconstructed forts and trenches which relive the 47 day siege. The park has 20 miles of historic monuments and markers. The park has over 1,800 acres of history to explore. The park not only offers historical tours but also plenty of natural and wildlife gazing opportunities. There is a dense forest cover which harbors some of the oldest second-growth trees in the state. This is also an Important Bird Area since it?s located near the Mississippi migratory flyway. The park is also a safe-haven for threatened animals such as the rare bald eagles and also reptile and plant species.