New Campsites A Hit At Miss. Fishing Lake
New campsites recently opened up at Neshoba Lake in Mississippi and campers are taking full advantage of the amenities, including those with larger RVs which the lake was unable to accommodate in the past, the Neshoba Democrat of Philadelphia, Miss., reported.
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP) opened the new and improved campground at Neshoba County Lake earlier this month.
The campground now has 22 newly developed camp sites providing water, sewer and 100-amp electrical services.
The sites were built to accommodate camping for RVs on one of MDWFP’s most popular state fishing lakes.
The lake has already received a number of visitors utilizing the new campgrounds.
Vince Herrington was at the lake this past weekend with his stepson Jud Young.
“It’s 100% better,” he said. “The pads are a lot bigger and they’re all concrete with power, water and sewer at all of them. It’s just a lot nicer than it was.”
Herrington and his stepson normally go to the lake to camp two to three times during the summer months.
With the new campgrounds, he is planning even more trips this year.
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