Natchez Trace state park sits on a huge section of land about 8 miles south of I-40 at exit 108. It has all the amenities you would expect from a large SP and more.
Our parking site was the largest we ever had in all of our travels. It was a 50 AMP FHU and washing the tow vehicle and RV were allowed, once. There are three different RV parking areas. We were parked at the Pin Oak CG. It’s been awhile since we’ve been there. On our last stay your CG receipt acted as your fishing license. It allowed everyone at your campsite to fish in all of the park’s lakes and streams. I could walk across the CG road in front of our trailer, walk down a well used path and fish from the banks all the way to pavilion 2. I got some nice bass and pan fish on my trips down that path.
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