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In the rustic tradition of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), mountainous Desoto State Park is accented by many rushing waterfalls and fragrant wildflowers. The park was developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the late 1930s and the...more
All reviews hiking trails boardwalk trail picnic area cable tv enjoyed our stay full hookups nature center log cabin tent camp great hiking bathrooms and showers nice campground natural beauty camping trip little river visitor center beautiful falls
We stopped by DeSoto State Park for a few days and had a wonderful time. There are so many opportunities to do so much or nothing at all if you choose. We chose to get in all we could. Hiking, cooking and taking in the...More
Enjoyed our stay at Desoto Sate Park Campground. Easy access for all types of RVs. Roomy sites, full hookups. Clean bath houses. Check in was simple. Small camp store. Some paved sites but most were small grit like gravel. We had a little difficulty getting...More
We have been RVing now for about 1 year, mostly in Georgia State Parks. We visited DeSoto based on recommendations. It wasn't our favorite and the person checking you in certainly was not the friendliest. We enjoy parks where we can be near water so...More
My group and I came to swim little river canyon, but the water level was to high to swim the day we came. Did some looking and found this place. Walk the trail with my friends and each waterfall keep getting bigger and better. Nature...More
Hiking trails abound here. Trails are clearly marked. Lodging us plentiful in several different types, hotel, cabin and camping. Camp store and restaurant available. Huge pool fed by springs so prepare for cold water! Lovely park with beautiful scenary.
This park is beautifully maintained and somewhat large. Activities range from boating, camping, hiking, bike riding, as well as others. They could place more signs about, especially in identifying trails to different areas of interest, such as waterfalls.
Response from DeSotoStatePark | Property representative |
hello! Both the improved campsites and primitive campsites are wooded, none near any water. most are shaded. you can check out pictures of the specific sites on our website, ALAPARK (click on DeSoto State Park, then online... More
hello! Both the improved campsites and primitive campsites are wooded, none near any water. most are shaded. you can check out pictures of the specific sites on our website, ALAPARK (click on DeSoto State Park, then online reservations)