We just stayed at Vicksburg MS at the Ameristar RV park (formerly Isle of Capri) Diamond Jacks has purchased the old Isle in case you want to update your website.
The camp was wonderful! Clean with friendly helpful service. Price was about $23 for 30 amp and 50 was available for a little more. You could get the stay comped at 50 bonus (which they told me was about $150 worth of play) but must be done each day before leaving the casino. A shuttle is provided from the part to the casino as it is on the other side of a STEEP hill that we did walk, but most would prefer taking a shuttle.
There is no dry camping next to the RV park even though there is a huge parking lot. We overheard someone ask and they were informed security would knock on camper each hour.
- report from Gene A., March 21, 2008
Ameristar at Vicksburg, MS RV park was quite clean although sites are a little short. $25/nite. No discounts.
- report from Rex, April, 2007
The Ameristar does have a parking lot, but it is generally very full. The Isle of Capri has a good RV park. There is an overflow lot right beside the RV park. The Isle has been sold and I don't know the new owners name. The casinos run shuttles from the bluff parking lots. The RV park had one about every 30 minutes, and sometimes, more often.
Special Note. Vicksburg is on a bluff overlooking the river. The parking lot for Ameristar, and the Isle RV Park are both on top of the bluff. No RV'er should even consider driving their rig down the bluff into a casino parking lot. The drives are ALL sharply downhill.
- report from J.K.S., April, 2007
Hello, love your site. I found it on www.Militarycampgrounds.us. We just returned from a 90 day RV trip. We stayed at the casino RV park in Vicksburg. We followed the instructions to the Isle of Capri Casino's RV park printed in the new Trailer Life Directory. The casino & RV park have changed ownership. Both are owned now by Ameristar. To add a bit of mystery, the name on the large sign for the park says "Diamond Jacks RV Park". I'm not sure if that was an interim name, another owner or what? But I'm sure the shuttle takes you to the Ameristar Casino & the office swears Ameristar now owns it.
It was a nice park. Easy access, all large pull thru's. Showers worked great. Fresh maintenance & painting going on (always a good sign). Nice folks in office (southerners of course). Besides the lack of trees, I have nothing but good to remember about it. Cost us about $14 per night (full hookups w/e/s). Keep up the good work.
- report from reader A. Van, January 2006
67 concrete pads, all pull thrus, & is right off of Interstate 20. Phone hookup at each site.