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Clarkco State Park

386 Clarkco Road
601-776-6651

Located just south of Meridian, Mississippi near the Mississippi-Alabama state line, Clarkco State Park has been favorite Mississippi recreation spot since 1938. Situated on 815 acres of gently rolling woodlands, Clarkco State Park offers camping, cabin rentals and water sports in a convenient yet unspoiled location, providing the perfect retreat for an afternoon or weekend getaway.



Reviews

Joseph Frye

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018
I found this place on my way back from Florida. This is one of the most beautiful state parks I've ever seen. It has a splash pad, several pavilions, swimming area, big lake for canoeing, and cabins for rent. After spending what turned out to be four hours hear..made me decide I want vacation here next year.

Kyle Fisher

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Saturday, May 19, 2018
I've have been coming here for over 35 years now and it's still takes my breath away. This is hands down the best kept secret in MISSISSIPPI. From tents to campers to cabins, they have it!! Great dishing,swimming, hiking,biking,disc golf, relaxing, family fellowship, and the friendliest staff I've ever known. If you're looking for a weekend getaway to a two week + stay....this is your destination. I promise you that you will NOT leave disappointed!!!! This is outdoor camping at its BEST!!! THANK YOU CLARKCO FOR A LIFETIME OF GREAT FAMILY MEMORIES!!!!

Gail Bianco

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Lots of families enjoy the swimming in Lake Ivy and the splash park. Huge camping sites on the water side and the sites not waterfront still had a great view. Good biking. Our site had an 18" dropoff from our rv bottom step. Last 2 days there mayflies swarmed. Yuck. But still a nice park.

Carlton

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Hidden Gem. Excellent for kids - nice swimming beach and playground with water cannons and other water features. Easily accessible from US 45. Camper pads are very narrow, though.

Christina Herzog

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Friday, June 29, 2018
Beautiful park close to my grandma's house for when we come visit. Cabins are outdated but they are cabins so I wasn't terribly shocked. My kids had fun swimming and playing in the splash pad.

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