Oaklawn RV Park is the ideal rural stopover for weary travelers looking to park their RV and get hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer, plus complimentary wifi. Sites are level with a gravel base and a patch of grass for a picnic table and use of a fire grill. Roads in and out of the park are paved and wide enough for the bigger rigs, with easy to navigate pull-through access. Large trees line the perimeter, with sites mainly out in the open. This is an exclusive RV campground with a daily rate of $34.50. If you need basic supplies, there is an accommodating store in a nearby RV park and gas stations on the highway.
The park is run by a friendly couple who are kind enough to escort guests to their sites and help with any issues that may arise. Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are always clean. Furry friends are required to stay on a leash no longer than six feet, and their guardians are asked to clean up their waste. Doggy bags are provided by the park, which even has a grassy pet exercise area. If you have any questions regarding your pet's stay, feel free to contact the hosts, who will be happy to address your concerns.
You're just a bone's throw away from Biloxi, a Mississippi gem on the Gulf coast where you can try your luck at the various casinos or be entranced by the city's restaurants, museums, and platinum, sandy beach.
In the month of September, the park is likely to be overrun with RVers and their classic cars getting ready to show off these auto antiques on a cruise along Highway 90 through Biloxi, up to Gulfport, a 13-mile drive from Oaklawn RV Park.
If hiking makes your heart sing, there are parks in Biloxi that feature scenic walkways, including Pennzoil McManus Park. Hikers will be in discovery heaven trekking the Clower-Thornton Nature Area in Gulfport, also of interest to birdwatchers. The kids will be charmed by the dolphins and seals at The Institute of Marine Mammal Studies and buzzing on the roller coaster and fun slides at the Gulf Islands Water Park
Oaklawn RV Park is in a prime spot for seeing the sights along the popular Gulf Coast. Peak times are holidays and whenever folks have a desire to be in this part of Mississipi. The park asks that guests make reservations by phone.