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Big Biloxi Campground

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Address: /td> Gulfport, MS
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Website: Big Biloxi Campground
Latitude   30.56957    
Longitude   -89.12887    
Campsite Information
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Site Quantity: 25 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: Under $20 Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Big Biloxi Campground Details

Big Biloxi Campground is a developed campground is set on the banks of the Big Biloxi River contains 25 campsites--all with water and electric hookups.  Bathhouse with showers.

Campsites are available on a first come basis. Reservations are not accepted. All tents or campers must be set up on tent pad areas. Camp fires are permitted only in the fire ring (if provided). Camp sites are limited to a maximum of two vehicles and a maximum of four people (or one family).

Pavilion Fee is for reservation only. Users must pay day use fee in addition to reservation fee.

Campgrounds are for recreation use only.Check out time is 2pm.All visitors to campers must pay day use fees and leave by 10pm.No loud noises that unreasonably disturb another are allowed. No loud noises (including radios and generators) are permitted after 10pm.Camp sites are limited to a maximum of two vehicles and a maximum of four people (or one family).Camp fires are permitted only in the fire ring (if provided). Let trees live, cut only dead and down wood for campfires.No firearms, air rifles or gas guns. No discharging of fireworks. No alcoholic beverages.Campground limit of stay is 14 days, May 1-October 31 and 30 days from November 1-April 30.All pets must be on a leash (no longer than 10 feet). No live stock allowed.Operation of low PSI vehicle (3-4 wheelers) is not allowed.Park or leave vehicles according to posted instructions.

  • 25 sites, 0 PullThru's, 12' wide, 46' long, 20 amps

Recreation near Big Biloxi Campground

  • 1/2 mile nature trail in the park.

Big Biloxi Campground is centralized for various day trips to the Gulf Coast.

Directions to Big Biloxi Campground

From Gulfport at the junction of Hwy 49 & 90 take Hwy 49, 12 miles to De Soto Park Road, turn west at the Big Biloxi sign and travel ½ mile to campground.

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2 Responses to Big Biloxi Campground

  1. jack taylor on July 1, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    We have been Camping here for the last 5 Years,it is a very clean and Family Friendly Campground,I am the Host at Big Bloxie and what Brad said was wrong, about our Ranger,Officer Bolton, he was doing his job on keeping the Park Alcohal free,He never read none of the Park Rules,(no Parking on the Grass), (and No ALcahal),Brad should have read the Park Rules, I Commend Officer Bolton on keeping the Park Alcohal Free.

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  2. Brad Crosson on April 4, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Our group just had a horrible experience with a ranger at the Big Biloxi campground. Officer A. Bolton came into the park on Saturday evening and systematically swept throught the park looking through vehicles and tents and making all campers open their coolers looking for alcohol. Anyone caught with alcohol was made to pour it out and was given a $125 ticket. We were all treated like common criminals, and I have never seen such a look of hatred coming from a law enforcement officer before. Extremely unprofessional and abusive – even though we were extremely polite and cooperative. I will never step foot in Desoto National Forest again unless they do something about this guy. We wondered why this great-looking park was almost empty on a beautiful spring weekend. The camp host confirmed that the guy is a menace and will ticket campers for the most minor offenses – such as parking a car or staking a tent the least bit off the designated areas.

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