Davis Bayou Camping
The Davis Bayou Campground in Ocean Springs, MS, has 51 sites and is open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Each site is $22 per night and some sites can accommodate a 45 foot RV. All sites have water and electricity. The bathhouse has restrooms and hot showers. Campers (to include by not limited to groups, families, individuals) at the Davis Bayou Campground may stay no more than 30 days annually, and no more than 14 days during the campground's peak period of January1 through March 31. Two sites are wheelchair accessible.
Did You Know?
The 2nd Regiment of Louisiana Native Guards trained on Ship Island and became the first black unit on April 9, 1863 on the Gulf Frontier. They met Confederate forces in battle during a raid on Pascagoula, MS.