Twiltley Campground is the only full-service campground managed by the Corps of Engineers at Okatibbee Lake, a 11,000 acre multi-purpose recreation area in eastern Mississippi.
With eagles and hawks in the area, families will enjoy keeping an eye out for these magnificent birds.
Water sports including fishing and water skiing are always popular on the lake; however, fishing from the banks also yields a good amount of crappie, bass and bream.
With four boat ramps and three designated swimming areas, there’s plenty of ways to enjoy the lake shore. Many sites have electric hookups and there’s a pay phone onsite. Pets are allowed on a six (6) foot or shorter leash.
Okatibbee Lake boasts 4,000 acres of water surface in the Pascagoula River Basin. Extensive beaver flowages, stump beds and old creek channels provide abundant cover where anglers battle largemouth and striped bass. Summers are hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from 70 to 98 degrees Fahrenheit.
Explore Chicasawhay and Okatibbee Creeks upstream of the lake. The creeks flow through the Okatibbee State Wildlife Area.From Meridian, MS, take SR 19 N for 8 mi and follow signs into the