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Enjoy privacy and the ample shade of loblolly pines and magnolia trees at Percy Quin Campground about 90 minutes' drive of the state capital, Jackson. Relish premium lakefront motorhome camping in one of the full hookup sites with electricity, water, and sewer service, and added amenities like picnic tables and grills. Hot showers are located in several bathhouses throughout the campground area while the sewage dump station is positioned near the entrance.
An array of entertainment and exercise facilities make RV camping here as active as you'd like. Let the kids run around in the playgrounds while you take a dip in the swimming pool, sweat it out in the tennis courts, or hit the greens at the 18-hole golf course. Or get a healthy dose of indoor fun and get everyone in the game room. Bring your furry friends; most sites are pet-friendly.
Early July and right around Halloween, Percy Quin Campground buzzes with fun-filled events for visitors of special abilities. Camp Sunshine features talent shows, games, and special Olympics. There are also horse rides, boat rides, and an animal zoo during this time. Halloween is celebrated with hayrides and tricks and treats. McComb campers may want to schedule their visit in early October when the MS Tour for Cure kicks off from Hammond, LA to Percy Quin State Park and then back again. It’s a 150-mile journey happening over two days.
About an hour's drive of Mccomb, the close to 200,000-acre lush patch of green that is Homochitto National Forest is home to several hiking trails, equestrian trail, and fishing lakes. Search for an RV in Pike County and cast a line out for bass in Okhissa Lake, explore on foot or bicycle the Clear Springs and Richardson Creek Trails, and ride your horse through the delightful forest setting and steep terrain of the Brushy Creek Horse Trail. Amateur botanists would love the forest's diverse flora, with more than 850 species of plants identified in the area.
Avid birders may want to rent a camper near Percy Quin Campground and be less than two hour’s drive of the St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Established in 1990 to offer sanctuary to migratory waterfowl like mallards, Northern pintails, and blue-winged teal which flock here in winter, the refuge spans more than 25,000 acres and encompasses diverse habitat including small cliffs, bottomland hardwoods, and cypress swamps. Bordered on the west by the Mississippi River, the refuge is also a convenient launching point to join ferry boat tours of the famous waterway for those who've had their fill of swimming and fishing.
Take your McComb camper rental to De Soto National Forest, where hiking, cycling, and canoeing are some of the most popular outdoor pursuits awaiting the adventurous. Explore the Leaf Hiking Trail, the Bethel Bicycle Trail, and the Black Creek Scenic River to enjoy the highlights the forest has to offer. For an immersive experience of the pinewoods, follow the Black Creek or the Tuxachanie Trail, which winds more than 60 miles through the forest's gently rolling terrain.
McComb had its start in the 1870s as a maintenance shop for the Great Northern Railroad. To honor the city's heritage, a visit to the McComb Railroad Museum is in order to view its more than 1,500 cataloged artifacts, including a restored steam locomotive. And McComb remains in step with its past, with its typical laidback Southern town charm and welcoming atmosphere. Certainly, you’ll find several Mexican and even Asian restaurants, but every now and then, you encounter soul food, BBQ, and seafood.
On the music front, "The Originator" of rock and roll Bo Diddley (born Ellas Bates McDaniel) was born just a few miles south of McComb, putting the city right on the Mississippi Blues Trail. Go bold and follow Highway 61 all the way north to Memphis, TN, or south to New Orleans, LA to trace the origins and inspirations of blues. Or if you want to keep it local, circle your travel calendar in early June and find a campsite at Percy Quin Campground when the Iron Horse Music and Heritage Festival kicks off in McComb.
In addition to the musical significance of Highway 61, this iconic route also follows the course of the mighty Mississippi River, earning the designation as the Great River Road. And it’s indeed an epic road to drive on a campervan rental, given its rich history and scenery along the way. With more than two dozen gas stations in McComb and close to three dozen grocery and convenience stores, and an odd truck stop in the mix, heading south to the birthplace of jazz wouldn’t be a challenge. Two hours on the road, and you’ll soon find yourself on Bourbon Street.
With the unique mix of destinations you can reach from Pike County, you’ll be inspired to book an RV rental in McComb, Mississippi, and embrace the adventures of the open road. And wherever it may take you, think of good vibes ahead.