Pat’s Bluff is a 15 site campground located on the southern shoreline of Sardis Lake. Conveniently located near I-55, Sardis Lake consistently ranks as one of the top crappie fishing location in the country. The 32,000 reservoir is also a great fishery for bass and catfish and offers many other outdoor activities as well.
Sardis Lake offers an array of recreational activities, including fishing, boating, water skiing, hiking, camping, picnicking and many others. Pat’s Bluff Recreation Area includes a boat ramp, picnic shelter, and campground available to visitors.
Pat’s Bluff has 15 campsites with water and electric hookups. Flush toilets, showers, and a dump station are available in the campground.
Sardis Lake’s total area covers 98,000 acres in the rolling hills of North Mississippi. As part of Sardis Lake, Pat’s Bluff is appropriately named because of the sandstone bluff that prominent on the shoreline of Sardis Lake. The Pat’s Bluff Recreation Area is covered in a mixture of hardwood and pine forests that open up for great views of Sardis Lake.
Pat’s Bluff campground is located off of MS Highway 278. It is a 20 minute drive to the university town of Oxford, MS (Home of Ole Miss) and a 10 minute drive to Batesville, MS. The towns of Sardis and Como are also nearby.
From Interstate 55 take the Hwy. 278 east exit at Batesville, MS. Follow the road approximately 10 miles and take a left onto BlackJack Road. Follow Blackjack Road approximately 3/4 of a mile and turn right onto Sardis Lake Drive. Follow Sardis Lake Drive for approximately 6 miles and the road dead ends straight at Pat’s Bluff Recreation Area. Follow the road straight to get to the campground.