2021 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pack- Family Ready!
2021 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pack- Family Ready!
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Set on the fringe of Bienville National Forest, Roosevelt State Park welcomes you with a 150-acre lake surrounded by sun-dappled woodlands. It's one of the top outdoor recreation areas near Jackson and provides a picturesque backdrop for swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, and camping. The park enjoys a special place in history, as it was one of the first public recreation areas built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s.
Dreaming of a lakeside getaway? Book an RV in Scott County and you can escape to Roosevelt State Park. With a home on wheels, you'll also enjoy the freedom to camp at some of Mississippi's best parks, like the De Soto National Forest and Gulf Islands National Seashore. Venture further afield and you can discover iconic national parks of the South, including Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina and Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.
Roosevelt State Park is set around Shadow Lake, a freshwater reservoir where you can enjoy year-round fishing and boating. Expect to reel in bass, bream, catfish, and crappie – perfect for frying up back at your RV rental. Boating is permitted from Memorial Day until Labor Day. On the west side of the lake, a sandy beach and designated swimming area make it easy to soak up the sunshine. Alternatively, you can cool off in the 2,600-square-foot pool on the shoreline. Stick to the shallow end or zoom down the 36-foot-high water slide.
Like many parks built by the CCC, Roosevelt boasts top-tier recreation facilities. Work up a sweat on the tennis courts, hit home runs on the softball field, and test your skills on the disc golf course. The Alfreda - Harris Lodge houses the Roosevelt State Park Visitor Center, where you can check out displays on local flora, fauna, and history. It also features a colorful souvenir shop and game room.
Scenic nature trails wind through the park and are great for stretching your legs. The trails are especially beautiful in the fall, when Roosevelt State Park explodes in a sea of reds, yellows, and golds. As you explore the trails, watch for rare bird species like the red-cockaded woodpecker, Bachman's sparrow, northern bobwhite, and prairie warbler.
The Roosevelt State Park Campground enjoys a serene setting under a canopy of pine, spruce, oaks, and maples. The campground is open year-round and offers 109 RV campsites: 82 with full hookups and 27 with electricity and water only. There are also tent sites, vacation cabins, and a group camp facility. All RV sites feature picnic tables and grills for enjoying your meals outdoors. The best sites are set on the lake and treat you to private waterfront access.
On the western shores of Shadow Lake, the CCC Campground puts you just steps from a sandy beach and swimming area. Of the 67 sites available here, 22 are classed as premium and boast uninterrupted views of the lake – ideal if you plan to sink into a camp chair with a good book. The remaining campsites are in the R. O. Hannah Campground on the east side of the lake and put you just steps from the swimming pool and recreation facilities. Choose from 42 sites with 30-amp electric hookups.
Like most state park RV campgrounds, Roosevelt includes modern bathroom blocks with hot showers and flush toilets. The campground also features a central sewage dumping station. You'll have access to washers and dryers – perfect for freshening up clothes and sheets after a week or more on the road. Reservations are encouraged as the campground fills up fast, especially during the busy summer months. Pets are welcome; just be sure to keep your dog leashed. All sites can accommodate campervans of up to 40 feet in length.
RV camping at Roosevelt State Park puts you in the heart of the Magnolia State, where you can discover picturesque national forests, historic Civil War sites, and mouthwatering soul food. Jackson is a 30-minute drive west and offers a good selection of RV rentals near Roosevelt State Park. While you're there, it's worth spending a few days getting to know the state capital and ticking off top attractions like the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. You'll love basking in the Southern hospitality and digging into local delicacies like blue crab, fried chicken, cornbread, and Mississippi mud pie.
For fuel, food, and other basic motorhome camping supplies, head to Morton. The town is a five-minute drive from the campground and offers everything you need, including wood, ice, and s'mores ingredients. Meridian is an hour's drive east and is another popular hub for picking up motorhome rentals. Just out of town, Lazy Acres Farm Fun is a favorite with families and will win over the kids with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, Christmas tree grove, sleigh rides, and more. Head three hours north and you'll hit Memphis. The iconic city is a great place to rent a camper near Roosevelt State Park and kickstart a road trip in the South. You'll also find attractions like Sun Studio, Beale Street, and Graceland, the palatial former home of Elvis Presley.