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When you book an RV in Oxford, you’ll be near everything that Tupelo and Memphis, TN have to offer. You’ll also have easy access to the natural beauty of the Holly Springs National Forest, the Coldwater River National Wildlife Refuge, and the Tombigbee National Forest. Oxford is the seat of Lafayette County. It was named after the UK university town in hopes of attracting the state university, and Ole Miss is indeed located in Oxford. Oxford-University Transit operates bus routes throughout the city.
If you’d like to learn more about where you’ll be visiting with an RV rental from Oxford, Mississippi, make sure to check out the City of Oxford, Visit Oxford MS, and the Oxford Mississippi/Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce for up-to-date information on area attractions, businesses, events, promotions, and more. The Oxford Eagle and Oxford Citizen/Daily Journal publish out of Oxford.
Experience the great outdoors with the best RV rental in Oxford at the city-maintained Lamar Park. This property is actually an outdoor arboretum with a lake, gardens, greenery, and walking trails. Many of the plantings are delicate or in the early stages of development. It is open to the public until dusk every day. It is a quiet, peaceful park where you can observe native species of plants and appreciate the serenity.
Cyclists will enjoy the Clear Creek Trail with their Oxford RV rental by owner. This trail is recognized as the best trail in the state by Mountain Bike Magazine. It can be ridden as a three-mile beginner loop, an eight-mile intermediate loop, or a 13-mile complete loop. There is a vertical difference of 100 feet from the low to high points. Oxford also has a locally owned bicycle shop if service or repairs are necessary.
Geocaching is something that travelers of all ages and stages can participate in together, and it’s something that you can enjoy with a motorhome rental in Oxford. There are more than 50 geocaches hidden throughout Oxford and Lafayette County. Locate the caches, decipher the clues, and post stories. Maps and coordinates are available online so that you can explore the great outdoors through geocaching.
The Clear Creek Campground can be your temporary home with a travel trailer rental from Oxford. The campground is located on Sardis Lake, which offers beaches, swimming, boating, fishing, trails, hunting, and other recreational opportunities. Campground amenities include picnic tables and grills, restrooms and showers, and a dump station. RV sites offer electric and water hookups.
You can also park your Oxford motorhome rental at the Rebel RV Park. The park provides landscaped areas, a picnic area with a fire pit, paintball and miniature golf, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, a store with camping and RV supplies, and Wi-Fi. RV sites include pads and full hookups.
You can also enjoy a stay at the John W. Kyle State Park with a camper rental from Oxford. The park offers natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities as well as a playground, a ranger station, picnic tables, fire rings and grills, and restrooms and showers. Both premium campsites with full hookups and standard campsites with electric hookups are available.
Walmart tends to be friendly to RVers and may even allow RVs to park overnight in their lots, although you should always check in with store management before settling down for the night with the Oxford motorhome rental.
Oxford was home, both literally and literarily, to William Faulkner. It was the inspiration for his fictional Yoknapatawpha County. Faulkner’s antebellum home, Rowan Oak, has been faithfully restored and is open for public viewing. It is part of the University of Mississippi Museum holdings, and guided tours are available. Faulkner is buried in St. Peter’s Cemetery. The Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference is held in Oxford every year. It is sponsored by the University of Mississippi Department of English and the Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
The collections at the University of Mississippi Museum will appeal to visitors with both historical and modern interests, so it is well worth a visit with a camper rental in Oxford. There are more than 20,000 objects on display, and exhibits include Greek and Roman artifacts, scientific instruments, modern art, an Art Zone, a wooded trail, historic houses, rotating exhibits in many different areas, and private collections. Special events and educational programming for all ages take place throughout the year.
The Courthouse Square is both the geographic and cultural center of the city, and you should make sure to spend some time there with your Oxford RV trailer rental. The J.E. Neilson Company is the South’s oldest documented store, dating back to 1839. Off Square Books is an independent bookstore dealing in used and remainder books; it is also the venue of the Thacker Mountain Radio show. The Lyric Oxford was the town's first movie theater and is now the city’s largest music venue.
You’ll probably also need to refill the tank while you’re here. There are numerous service stations, convenience stores, and truck stops, so you should have no difficulty finding either gasoline or diesel fuel as needed.