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Old 10-23-2013, 03:15 PM   #11
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I disagree about Buccaneer, it is great in the winter months; because of all the trees (especially toward the rear of the park) it allows you to get out of the wind. And to those who haven't been there yes it gets very windy during the fall winter and spring because it is across Hwy 90 from the beach and the Ms. sound.
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Old 10-31-2013, 07:45 AM   #12
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We stayed at Buccaneer this past spring. Loved it - has fire rings, full hookups, clean bath houses. Lots of things to do. I've stayed there and Cajun. Cajun is ok - but closer together and you really feel like you are "parking" and not camping. Buccaneer is my choice. Silver Slipper is right across from the beach and is just sand, no trees. Again, parking feel, not camping.
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Old 02-10-2014, 10:55 PM   #13
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Stayed at Buccaneer for new years eve. Great place. Not sure which loop but after passing office and wading pool you would veer left and go past the 2 worker residences and go into the loop under the oaks. Train track is pretty close and busy but you get used to that after a while. Stayed in our 40ft 5ver and plenty of maneuvering room.
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Stayed at Buccaneer for new years eve. Great place. Not sure which loop but after passing office and wading pool you would veer left and go past the 2 worker residences and go into the loop under the oaks. Train track is pretty close and busy but you get used to that after a while. Stayed in our 40ft 5ver and plenty of maneuvering room.

Yep, that's the loop we like too; going try out the rv park at Hollywood casino this weekend
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We are heading to Buccaneer this Thursday through Monday We are going to try out a different loop - have reservations for sites 100 and 101. Not quite as many trees - but I'm sure will be great! Weather looks like it is going to cooperate as well.
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Yep, that's the loop we like too; going try out the rv park at Hollywood casino this weekend
Let us know your thoughts on Hollywood ... we haven't stayed there yet, but are planning on it sometime in the future.
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We are heading to Buccaneer this Thursday through Monday We are going to try out a different loop - have reservations for sites 100 and 101. Not quite as many trees - but I'm sure will be great! Weather looks like it is going to cooperate as well.

Yep, the forecast is getting better everyday
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:24 PM   #18
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If you are anywhere close visit the Infinity Space Center and be sure and take the bus trip the Atlas Booster test site. Hwy 10 and 607.
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We are heading to Buccaneer this Thursday through Monday We are going to try out a different loop - have reservations for sites 100 and 101. Not quite as many trees - but I'm sure will be great! Weather looks like it is going to cooperate as well.
We have reservations for Buccaneer State Park near the end of May. We've never been there, but love the whole Gulfport/ Biloxi area and that park in Waveland should be just perfect for us.

We're really looking forward to it.
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Was there last week. Enjoyable and wave pool should be open when you get there
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