The Wee Adventure travel blog

We headed south through the middle of Mississippi to thaw out, since our travel trailer’s water lines froze while we were in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The temperature kept increasing as we drove farther and farther south down Interstate 55. We were surprised to see the rest stops had Security booths. I looked that up on line and found it was because of drug dealing mostly. Anyway, we finally came to Louisiana and the went East on Highway 12 which then turned into Hwy 10. We love staying in natural settings the best and i found Gulf Islands National Park in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, just a little East of Biloxi, Mississippi. We spent November 14th at the park and then had to move to a private RV park in Biloxi. I couldn’t get a reservation again until Sunday November 17th.

The nice thing about staying at National, State or city parks is that the prices are great! But usually there is no sewer hook-up. They always have a sewer dump site though. We are staying at the Cajun RV Park tonight and tomorrow night until we can get back into Gulf Islands National Park. With our permanent senior national parks discount, we only had to pay $11 per night.

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