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Top RV Parks for Fishing in the South
With abundant creeks, lakes and streams–not to mention the mighty Mississippi–the southern states boast lots of places in which to cast a line.
Relive the life of Mark Twain’s fictional hero at Tom Sawyer’s RV Park, West Memphis, Arkansas. Cast a line into the lazy Mississippi and watch the boats pass by between bites.
At San Carlos RV Park and Islands, Fort Myers Beach, Florida, guests can cast a line from one of the waterfront sites right into the gulf waters.
Many RVers visit Redrock RV and Camping Park in Island Park, Idaho, for its proximity to Yellowstone National Park, but some stay simply to enjoy nearby Henry Lake and the Snake river. Set out in a boat or find a spot on the bank to yield trophy-winning trout.
As the name implies, the Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries, Jackson, Mississippi, boasts ample yields of trout, catfish and other eager aquatic creatures.
With 50 campsites on the banks of the Little Pigeon River, Ripplin’ Waters Campground & Cabin Rental, Sevierville, Tennessee, puts the fish right in your front yard. All you have to do is bait the hook and wait for a bite.
Fishing ranks high on the activities list among guests at Lake Ridge RV Resort, in Hillsville, Virginia. Amble over to Big Reed Island Creek to catch fish that are more than willing to bite on the hook.