While you won’t find many Wynne campgrounds, you will find other options nearby, like Mississippi River State Park. This park has 14 campsites that are full hookup sites with water and electric connections and 30/50-amp service, and you have full access to a dump station during your stay. There even is a visitor’s center for those who want to find out more information about the region.
Anyone who loves the great outdoors will love staying at Mississippi River State Park because of how close it puts him or her to ture. You’ll also find multiple hiking and walking trails that are suitable for guests of all skill levels. The Audubon Great River Birding Trail takes you on a tour around the park that lets you get close to tive birds and other wildlife. Following the Bear Creek ture Trail will take you deeper into the wilderness and around the water.
“Excellent small park. All sites were level with several pull-through spots. Park was well kept. We were amazed at the amount of pop-ups in the campground. Beautiful scenery and just a short drive to the Mississippi River/St. Francis River as well as historic signs showing parts of the Louisia purchase.” – Mryanwilson, RV Park Reviews