Campground Report: Jeff Busby, Natchez Trace, Ackerman, MS
Here is a small portion excerpted from the post on my blog. Here is the link to the Full Report
The layout of the campground is somewhat unusual and a bit confusing in that pull-thrus may be host to more than one campsite. It's can be difficult to tell which is the main campground road and which is a pull-thru. I think the best bet is to familiarize yourself with the campground map ahead of time. There is one provided online that has none of the campsite detail. There is one, however, on the campground bulletin board that shows all the sites by number. I photographed it and have included it with this report (see sidebar). The campground is set amidst towering pines and hardwood trees. It was generally quiet when I was there despite its proximity to the Natchez Trace Parkway. The parkway didn't have much traffic on it, possibly due to the season, early spring. Even so the campground was pretty much full by the end of the day. It's small, with only 16 sites. It's free, which is really nice.
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