Welcome to Sardis Lake! Oak Grove Campground is the largest campground on the lake and offers convenient access to the most popular recreation spots on the upper and lower lakes!
Oak Grove is situated in the heart of the most popular recreation areas at Sardis Lake. The lower lake recreation areas provide picnicking, swim beaches, basketball and volleyball courts, hiking, and nearby boat access to both the upper and lower lakes. Sardis Lake is a nationally recognized crappie fishery, and is popular for boating, sailing, and many other water sports.
Oak Grove offers 81 campsites with 50 amp electric and water hookups. There are a few sites in the campground with sewer hookups, please check site descriptions to find these sites. There are three restroom/shower buildings located in the campground as well as a playground and a boat dock with convenient access to the lower lake.
As you look out from the top of Sardis Dam you can view miles of water surrounded by beautiful forests. Sardis Lake’s total area covers 98,000 acres of land and water in the rolling hills of North Mississippi. The dam was finished in 1940 as part of a comprehensive flood control plan and controls the waters of the Little Tallahatchie River. The lower lake was created by excavating soil for the creation of the nearly 3-mile long Sardis Dam.
Oak Grove is located approximately 10 miles from I-55 and the towns of Sardis and Batesville. Oxford and the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) are a 30 minute drive.