Memphis South Campground & RV Park

256 Campground Drive, Coldwater, MS, 38618

Memphis South Campground & RV Park is a park located near Coldwater, Mississippi. It features 82 full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. All of them are pull through accessible for RVs of up to 50 feet in length. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a swimming pool, a catch and release fishing pond, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.



The campground is close to nearby attractions like:

  • Coldwater Point
  • Arkabutla Lake
  • Hernando Point
  • Dub Patton Recreation Area

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Pull-through Site 30 Amp $46.74 $233.40 $508.25
Pull-through Site 50 Amp $46.74 $233.40 $508.25

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
No Hookup Site $20.00
Tent Site $25.00

100 Amps

50 Amps

Passport America

Good Sam


Senior Citizen


Enjoy America


Overall Rating: 1.5

Albert Lopez

Park is very dirty and Office hours very bad and new owners haven’t changed operating hours just like previous owner. I would recommend going on down the road to Hernando as there is other campgrounds that are kept up Nicely. Staff still very rude . Will not be staying here going forward . Would stay here while going back and forth for work but it’s been bad for a long time and now it’s gotten worse than it was. Dirty showers, moldy. Broken dryers and scum bags living permanently on campground. Wouldn’t bring my family here. Too dangerous .

Dorothy Roberts

Park has been sold to new owners and there are still too many permanent trailers on site and men working on broken down cars on their lots. This campground is still very run down and dirty as previous owner Renew Vandenberg left it. I cannot believe that there are gallon milk jugs in ceiling for light fixtures around office . Hopefully new owner will clean up the place and make it inviting for families and not dangerous and scarring as it has been for years. Then maybe we and so many others will give it another chance.

Sam Edwards

Stayed at park for a two night stay and wouldn’t recommend this campground. Dirty bathrooms, only 1 working washing machine . We have small children and wouldn’t allow them to use pool, because there were numerous grown men sitting in an area next to pool drinking beer and being very loud and obnoxious. Yelling profanity at people around pool. Not a good place . Looks like there are transients hanging out there. Don’t understand why owner doesn’t react to what is going on there. !!!!!

Edward Smith

Owner horrible , I believe her last name is Vandenberg. The office manager Penny was very nice and friendly . She told us that the owner was going to sell campground and that the owner was under investigation for under reporting income. Park needs a lot of work. Picnic tables falling apart, trash everywhere, squatters everywhere. Got the feeling the campground was of poor up keep and that there are very suspicious people living there that might be involved in selling drugs. Stay away and be safe .

Jennifer Davis

We arrived at this campground with the intention of staying here for the next five weeks while our house is being built. The night we arrived my husband discovered a family treating their kids for lice in the public bathhouse. The next morning I went to the office to pay for a month. When I walked in Ashley rudely told me technically she wasn't open yet. I was taken back by her rudeness and told her I would come back. Later a man came knocking on my camper door. Without introduction, he asks how many adults and how many children and told me I needed to come pay. I told him I would be there before they closed, that earlier I was treated rudely because I showed up one minute before they opened. It must have made them mad because when I went back to pay for two nights because I refuse to stay there long term, they were rude yet again. They told me that they had several complaints that we were noisy after quiet hour which was at 10:00. Their description of us being noisy was my husband taking the kids bikes out of the back of the truck. Again I was taken back by their rudeness. Looking back now we arrived at 8:36 long before quiet hour. According to other reviews if you aren't white trash then they will pick you apart until you leave. Judging by the campers in the back, I can believe it. Trashy staff and place. Do not stay here.

Gladys E Diaz

This park is convenient for an overnight stay with easy access to I-55 at exit 271. All sites are FHU pull through with 30 and 50 amp service. Free wifi (but didn't use because I have my own) but no cable TV (can pick up about 5 local stations with antenna). Amenities also include separate men's and women's restrooms and laundry, a pool (closed for the season), an overgrown "catch & release" pond, and a small area for walking pets on leash. Small dirt/gravel roads with lots of potholes (some turns tight for big rigs). We arrived after heavy rain so the roads and sites were pretty muddy (not good for walking pets). With a Passport America discount the one night rate was $25.00 (cash only). Owner Patricia Van den Berg was very friendly and helpful. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

256 Campground Drive, Coldwater, MS, 38618

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