Cozy Camper, 2018 Travel Lite Falcon Lite FL-14
Cozy Camper, 2018 Travel Lite Falcon Lite FL-14
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Ten miles away from the town of Columbus, near the Alabama border, is a beautiful recreation area and waterside retreat called Lake Lowndes State Park. With a grassy and shaded coastline, scenic trails, a sports center, a tranquil 150-acre lake, and more, the park provides fun and engaging activities for just about anybody. Guests who love fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping, or competing with their friends always have a memorable time here.
As the park has a great setting for motorhome camping, many visitors come here in their RV rental to enjoy the park and explore the surrounding area. Some of the area's biggest attractions, including historic homes, Columbus Air Force Base, and Mississippi University for Women, are in Columbus, so a home on wheels will definitely come in handy. You'll also want to explore the park on foot along the Opossum Trail. This is a self-guided and insightful tour where you learn about state park’s native plants and wildlife.
Need to rent an RV for this camping adventure? You can try some of the nearby cities Macon in Mississippi, which is 50 minutes away from the park, or Reform in Alabama, just 20 miles away from the park. You can also widen your search and check out the RV rentals in Lowndes County.
As the name of the park suggests, the centerpiece attraction is Lake Lowndes. Guests can use the lake for swimming, fishing, water skiing, and boating. Motorboats are allowed on the lake, but bear in mind that the park has no boat rental options, so you'll have to bring your own watercraft. If you're planning to fish on the lake, you can look forward to catching catfish, bass, red-ear sunfish, bream, bluegill, and crappie. You'll need a fishing license if you're over 16. If you don't already have one, you can purchase a license at the park office.
Another reason why camping at Lake Lowndes State Park is so popular is the disc golf course. The 18-hole disc golf course is dotted with pine trees and spreads across beautiful hills. Bear in mind, though, that playing disc golf will require you to pay an entrance fee. If you don’t have your own equipment, you'll have to rent or purchase it at the park’s office.
If you'd like to try other sports or you just want to grab a quick snack, then go to the visitors' center. It houses multiple courts for basketball, tennis, along with a game room equipped with a ping pong table and pool table.
RV campers at Lake Lowndes State Park get to enjoy a fully developed campground. There are 50 sites all featuring electric, water, and sewer hookups, as well as amenities like grills and picnic tables. Near the RV camping sites, you'll find restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
The sites are pet-friendly but cannot accommodate RVs over 40 feet in length, so have that in mind when searching for your RV rental. For those who are visiting the park for a large family reunion or get-together, you can rent a pavilion, where you'll have enough space to host a feast for almost 70 guests.
There’s no doubt you'll have an amazing time camping at Lake Lowndes State Park, but you'll have just as much fun by visiting Columbus. The town has a lot to offer in terms of cultural attractions like museums and galleries. You can start by visiting a home of Tennessee Williams, a legendary playwright from the 1900s. This 19th-century Victorian home was restored to its original glory and is also a National Literary Landmark in the very heart of Columbus. The house also has a gift shop, in case you wish to shop for souvenirs.
Another museum that you should visit is the R.E. Hunt Museum. This is a cultural center that showcases the African American history and culture of Columbus. The museum hosts multiple events throughout the year and features a collection of artifacts and antiquities that depict the life and struggles of the city's African American residents.
Those with a keen interest in all things artistic will want to spend some time at the Columbus Arts Council, which displays the work of local artists. Here, you'll see exhibits consisting of different arts and crafts and have a chance to socialize with other art enthusiasts. You can also apply for art courses and purchase crafts and paintings that resonate with you.
If you had an eventful day in Columbus, chances are you'll be famished. Luckily, you can find grocery stores and markets where you can purchase food, or if you wish to eat out, you'll find an array of dining options in town, like Chinese, seafood, Mexican, and all your fast-food favorites. Gas stations are plentiful here, as well, in case you need to top off the tank of your motorhome rental.