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Old 03-06-2009, 03:29 PM   #1
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One of the best places to stay on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is the Silver Slipper Casino RV Park, 5000 South Beach Boulevard, Bay St. Louis, MS.

We checked into the park thinking that one night would be ok and but left five days later. They have a great casino, buffet every night, entertainment, a shuttle bus from the park to the casino [1/2 mile away when you call them, you better be waiting because they show up within a few minutes], park is very clean, and everyone is great. Plus, the beach and gulf is across the street.

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Please call 228.469.2777 x2727 for rates and availability.

http://www.silverslipper-ms.com/RV_Park/Index.html

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From the West

Take I-10 or I-12 East to MS-607 South Exit #2 toward Waveland. Keep Right to get on MS-607 South. (5.9 miles) MS-607 South becomes US-90 East. (2.7 miles) Turn Right onto Lakeshore Rd. (4.5 miles) just past the Silver Slipper Casino sign. Go to the beach & turn right on South Beach Blvd. (0.1 miles)

From the East

Take I-10 West. Take the MS-43/MS-603 Exit #13 toward Bay St. Louis/ Picayune. Turn Left onto MS-43/MS-603 South. Turn Right onto US-90 West. Go West on US-90 until you see the Silver Slipper Casino sign on the left and turn left onto Lakeshore Rd. just before reaching sign. Go to the beach & turn right onto South Beach Blvd. (0.1 miles)


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RV sites are too small for a 40'DP. Tried it and could't fit in. Talked to management and they acknowledged small sites, but was supposed to be bigger sites when RV site is expanded.
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We did not have a problem with our 40' 2008 HR Neptune.

We were on the front side by the road.

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It's good to hear that they are open again. We were going over last September but Gustov and Ike intervened.
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What is the cost at this campground and are there time limits? Thanks.
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See their website at Silver Slipper Casino or call 228.469.2777 x2727 for rates and availability.
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