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Set on the picturesque Sardis Reservoir, John W Kyle State Park offers a wide range of recreational activities. The park is anchored by a 58,000-acre lake that provides a scenic backdrop for boating, fishing, and water sports. On dry land, you'll find picnic spots, nature trails, and an 18-hole golf course. A spacious, RV-friendly campground makes it easy to stay a spell at John W Kyle State Park and maximize your time in the Magnolia State.
The park is a one-hour drive from Memphis, making it a popular destination for weekend warriors looking to escape the city. You're also a stone's throw from the University of Mississippi, with football fans flocking to
John W Kyle State Park for big game weekends. Planning a getaway to the South? Book an RV in Panola County and you can make a splash at John W Kyle State Park, as well as discover nearby gems like the Holly Springs National Forest, White River National Wildlife Refuge, and Ozark Mountains.
In the summer, Sardis Reservoir transforms into an outdoor playground for speed boats and jet skis. If you prefer a more leisurely paddle, launch a canoe or kayak and explore the shoreline at your own pace. The Beach Point Public Use Area is a short stroll from the campground and is a fantastic place to soak up the sunshine, cool off in the lake, and enjoy a picnic by the water. Located on a smaller lake, the Willow Cove and Lower Lake Beach Public Use Areas are also great alternatives. Anglers can cast a line for crappie, black bass, and catfish.
The addition of 18-hole Mallard Pointe Golf Course makes John W Kyle State Park a favorite with golfers. It was designed by Bob Cupp and treats players to rolling green fairways and gorgeous views of the lake. Bring your own clubs, rent a set, or splurge at the Pro Shop. After a round of golf, enjoy drinks on the outdoor patio.
Stop by the visitors' center to learn about the history of the park and its namesake, John William Kyle, a famous Mississippi politician, state senator, and judge. The lakeside lodge creates a country club atmosphere and is a fantastic venue for family reunions, weddings, luncheons, banquets, and other events.
The John W Kyle State Park Campground offers 200 developed sites set on the southern tip of the Sardis Reservoir. Some sites are set on the water and treat you to postcard-perfect views of the lake. Others are a short stroll from the shore and day-use beaches. Snap up one of the 16 premium sites and you'll enjoy full hookups with electricity, water, and sewer. The remaining sites all offer electrical hookups, which means you can stay connected throughout your RV camping trip to John W Kyle State Park.
Some sites also offer water and sewer, with a dump station also available for rental RVs with services onboard. Spaces accommodate rigs up to 40 feet long. Like most state park RV campgrounds, John W Kyle features flush toilets and hot showers. All sites are pet-friendly, so feel free to bring your canine companion along for your John W Kyle State Park camping trip. The campground is open year-round, with crowds peaking in the summer. It's best to make reservations in advance, especially if you're traveling over a busy college football weekend. As well as motorhome camping sites, John W Kyle State Park also offers 20 cabins, a pair of golf villas, and group camp facilities.
Camping in an RV at John W Kyle State Park is a fantastic opportunity to explore North Mississippi and visit charismatic small towns like Oxford. Browse independent boutiques in the town square, soak up the college town atmosphere, and relax at a rooftop terrace bar. Oxford is also a great place to bite into Southern comfort food like fried chicken, pimento cheese, hush puppies, and pecan pie.
For a change of scenery, head up the lake to the Holly Springs National Forest. Scenic hiking trails wind through the park and showcase the shimmering lakes and lush hardwood forests. While camping at John W Kyle State Park, you're a stone's throw from the historic University of Mississippi campus, known as Ole Miss to locals. This means you'll see plenty of football fans setting up camp at John W. Kyle State Park on busy football weekends. The atmosphere is electric, so why not score tickets to the game and cheer on the legendary Ole Miss Rebels?
If you need to stock up on fuel, food, and other motorhome camping essentials, Sardis is a good option. The town is a ten-minute drive from the campground and offers everything you need, including a handful of cafes, restaurants, and shops. The city of Batesville is a 20-minute drive south and offers more choice. Alternatively, head to locally owned, public farms in Red Banks and Hernando to pick up strawberries, corn, and other fresh produce.