Shepard State Park is next to the Pascagoula River in the 'heart of the Singing River country.' It was once the home of the Pascagoula Indian Nation. Camping, hiking, picnicking, soccer, field sporting, disc golfing and boating are all popular here.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on February 9, 2013
Disc golfing, soccer, hiking, picnicking, boating, camping, etc.
Electrical hookups, Pets OK, Sewer hookups, Water hookups
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Reviews of Shepard State Park
Reviewed by Gia Scott on May 7, 2014
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Nice, well maintained campground. Most of the sites with electricity are not suitable for use with a tent, so be careful when reserving sites. The staff is very courteous and helpful, as well as willing to go the extra mile to help campers be safe & enjoy their stay. Hiking in the park is minimal and rather boring. However, the park is located near a number of coastal areas of great interest, even if the park itself was less-than-thrilling.
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