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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.
Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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It's your vacation, so naturally, you want to have the best of both worlds; contact with nature and proximity to all the attractions you can fit into your schedule. If this is what you're planning, then Memphis-South RV Park & Campground is what you're looking for. This family and pet-friendly RV campground is open year-round, offering daily, weekly, and monthly rates so you can stay as long as you want. The moment you arrive in your rental RV, you'll be greeted by laundry facilities and restrooms with showers, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, and a playground for the young ones. Each campsite at Memphis-South RV Park & Campground has pull-through access, full hookups with 30/50 amp electricity, and WiFi so you can let the folks back home know you arrived safely.
Once you're settled in, there's an on-site catch-and-release pond where you can get some fishing in, or you can expand your horizons and venture out beyond the RV park to the city of Memphis where you'll find Graceland, casinos, and other urban attractions. You'll notice there are several museums and sites of interest, including one dedicated to music and another focusing on the National Civil Rights Museum, located at the motel where Dr. Martin Luther King was tragically assassinated. Memphis has a combined zoo and aquarium, and the Peabody Ducks (a practical joke started many years ago) who visit the lobby fountain of the Peabody Hotel each day.
Book one of the RV rentals in Tate County and begin your dream vacation by heading to Holly Springs National Forest, a picturesque nature preserve that offers unique vistas with the changing of each season. The park is mostly comprised of bottomland hardwood tree stands and a variety of wetlands, encouraging a variety of wildlife and bird species to reside in or pass through the park. There are trails for hiking, lakes where you can swim or fish, and an opportunity to enjoy picking berries and mushrooms while hiking. You should exercise caution if picking berries and mushrooms, as some may not be edible (you can check with park staff just to be safe).
St. Francis National Forest in Arkansas is a small but diverse forest named after the St. Francis River, one of two water bodies that pass through its territory (the other being the Mississippi River). You can fish for striped bass, largemouth bass, and crappie, amongst other species, in the rivers or lakes that dot the park or stand in awe of the mighty Mississippi as it passes by. The forest is one of the few places you can observe the Mississippi River from its shoreline. The park is a popular destination for the usual outdoor activities such as hiking and camping, but there are also scenic drive autoroutes you can take to view the park in comfort (a great excuse to take your RV rental out for a spin).
Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park is a hardwood bottomland area with mature bald cypress tree stands and tupelo swamp along the riverbanks of the Mississippi River and the towering Chickasaw Bluffs looking down on all of it. The park has miles upon miles of trails for hiking, and one of the longer trails follows the bluffs looking out over Poplar Tree Lake in one location. The park has a nature center that is open seasonally during normal business hours, with both live and stuffed exhibits, an indoor butterfly garden, and much more. Nature and wildlife enthusiasts can get a glimpse of the mammals, insects, and birds that reside here, including both songbirds and birds of prey such as the bald eagle.
It never hurts to throw in a bit of human-made entertainment on your vacation, and, with that in mind, you should head for the town of Horn Lake. This friendly little community has places to shop, including a store that sells collectible items, and an entertainment-sports center that is family-friendly. The center has an ice skating rink, a concession stand, and places where you can sit and eat comfortably. The town also has a museum dedicated to the card game Bridge. If dinner time is getting close, Horn Lake has a substantial number of restaurants at your disposal, from diners and fast food to seafood; most of the venues are locally owned and operated, but there are many commercial chain-style restaurants that should satisfy younger appetites.
Senatobia is a small, quiet town but it is home to a community college that hosts plays, concerts, and other events in its fine arts auditorium; if you visit, you can take a leisurely walk through the town and check out the college to see if any events have been planned. Senatobia also has a long list of eateries waiting to serve you, and they are an even balance of commercial chain establishments and privately owned and operated venues. As with most small towns, you can expect fresh food in large portions and at reasonable prices.
A vacation in Tate County, Mississippi, means you'll have access to large cities and small towns, great nightlife, and quiet campfires; the best of both worlds and as much or as little of it as you want. Camping at Memphis-South RV Park & Campground is where it all begins.