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Book an RV in Panola County and take your rental motorhome to John W Kyle Campground to enjoy a football weekend at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) half an hour's drive away, or to explore the attractions of Memphis, TN an hour's drive from town. Water and electric hookups of up to 50 amps, a conveniently located dump station, and bathhouses, including laundry facilities, are available to Sardis campers.
Grills and picnic tables are provided at each site, which also welcomes pets. Gather friends and family to celebrate milestones at the lodge, with its large ballroom and spacious dining room. Practice your swing at the nearby 18-hole golf course, or launch a boat and cast a line for catfish, crappie, and bream on Sardis Lake.
Historical sites and natural wonders surround you when you camp in an RV near Sardis. You wouldn’t be driving more than two hours before the wonderful outdoors unfold before you. If you’re partial to Civil War and Native American histories, find an RV rental in Sardis, Mississippi, and travel back in time.
You'll be surrounded by national forests when RV camping at John W Kyle Campground and one of the closest is the Holly Springs National Forest just 90 minutes’ drive by Sardis camper rental. The Holly Springs recreation areas provide several trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, as well as a trio of lakes for swimming and fishing. At the remote and relatively undeveloped Tillatoba Lake Recreation Area, escape the crowds and soak up the scenery of the 40-acre lake in total serenity.
A victory in battle does not necessarily translate to winning the war, which is what happened at the Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site on June 10, 1864. Pick up a pamphlet at the Natchez Trace Parkway Visitor Center just a few miles away for a self-guided tour of the one-acre site. Follow the interpretive trails to survey the terrain of the battlefield and visit the Bethany A.R.P. Church Cemetery that became the burial ground for close to 100 Confederate soldiers who died as a result of the battle.
Rent a camper near John W Kyle Campground, and you can combine your love of history and scenery during a leisurely drive along the Natchez Trace Parkway. Traversing most of Mississippi and passing through its northeast corner on its 444-mile journey from Natchez, MS to Nashville, TN, the smooth roadway takes you through meadows, woodlands, and historic sites, and past waterfalls and across rivers and streams.
Undeservedly under the radar of many tourists to the region, Natchez Trace attracts another set of crowds when the maple, hickory, and oak trees change colors in fall. Numerous waysides – and limited competition – along the route makes appreciating gorgeous fall foliage even better.
Find a campsite at John W Kyle Campground, and you’ll be close to downtown Sardis where you'll discover a handful of the town's historic homes. Designed by Andrew Johnson, a Swedish transplant who lived in Sardis, many of these homes are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Step inside the Greek Revival antebellum Heflin House that is now a museum containing furnishings and artifacts from the 19th century and the Kyle-Spencer House built in Queen Anne style at the turn of the 20th century.
Other notable houses in Sardis are the 1885 Hall-Robertson House, the Italianate Hufft House built around 1880, and the Renaissance style Ballentine-Seay House completed in 1870. Panola County has, in fact, more than a handful of historic homes and structures that could quickly fill a day’s worth of sightseeing.
Waterfront camping near Sardis not only places you close to the lake but also to interesting sites and festivals in the vicinity. Literary fans would want to visit the homes of novelists William Faulkner and John Grisham in Oxford. The city also hosts the Yocona International Folk Festival in August, a celebration of cultural exchange expressed in storytelling, singing and dancing, and handicrafts.
Rent a camper near John W Kyle Campground to participate in the Springfest and "The Train to Christmas Town" in Batesville, happening in May and November/December, respectively, and the Open Car Show in Sardis in September when vehicles of various makes and models are showcased along Main Street.
In Panola County, there are many reasons worth marking your calendar for, and many places that will delight you with Southern charm. Find the best RV rentals in Sardis, MS today, and start mapping out your route.