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Memphis Area – Horn Lake, MS

1400 Audubon Point Dr.
Horn Lake, MS 38637

GPS: Lat: 34.945595 – Lng: -90.014648

Dates Open: Jan 1 to Dec 31

Direct Phone: (662) 280-8282
Direct Toll-Free: (888) 305-GoRv (4678)

Email: reservations@memphisjellystone.com

Website: http://www.memphisjellystone.com

 

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  • Events
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About

The newest edition to the Jellystone Park system is located just five miles from Memphis, TN. The park was built in 2007, so it has all new features and amenities. RV campers will love the paved roads and spacious RV sites. If you’re looking for camping in northern Mississippi or a campground near Memphis, check out this gem.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Excellence Award

Pinnacle Club

Outstanding Customer Service

Trailer Life 10/9.5/10

Woodalls 5w/5w

Year Round: 8am-6pm Daily

Map

From Memphis: take I-55 South. Take Exit #289. Turn R onto Goodman Rd W/MS-302. Travel .7 miles. Turn L onto MS-51. Travel 1.2 miles. Park will be on the L. From Jackson: Take I-55 North. Take Exit #287. Turn L (west) onto Church Rd. Travel through 3 traffic lights. At the 4th traffic light, turn R onto MS-51. Travel .8 miles, through a traffic light at the fire station. Park is on the R.

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Sites & Rentals

  • 14-1/2 acres
  • 53 pull-thru
  • Group Camping Welcome
  • New Cabins
  • 130 Full Hookup Concrete Sites

Water Fun

  • Swimming Pool
  • Waterslide Inflatable

Play

  • Arts & crafts
  • Convenient location to activities of Memphis graceland and much more!
  • Recreation Room
  • Horseshoes
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Pavilion
  • Pedal Carts
  • Playground
  • Shuffleboard
  • Volleyball
  • Wagon Rides

Convenience

  • FREE Cable
  • Leashed pets welcome
  • Mini-mart
  • Picnic Area
  • Propane
  • RV mini storage
  • Showers and Restrooms
  • Free Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
  • Laundry Room

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

Calendar of Events

April

April 18 – 19

Easter Weekend

May

May 23 – 26

Memorial Day Weekend

May 30 – June 01

Caribbean Weekend

June

June 06 – 08

Luau with Yogi Bear™ Weekend

June 13 – 15

Yogi Bear’s Under Water Adventure Weekend

June 20 – 22

Yogi Bear’s Birthday Weekend

June 27 – 29

Mardis Gras Weekend

July

July 03 – 06

Independence Day Carnival Weekend

July 11 – 13

Christmas in July

July 18 – 20

Think Pink

July 25 – 27

Sdrawkcab Dnekeew (Backwards Weekend)

August

August 01 – 03

Around the World

August 08 – 10

Wild West Weekend

August 15 – 17

Sock Hop Weekend

August 22 – 24

Chocolate Weekend

August 29 – September 01

End of Summer Labor Day Weekend

October

October 24 – 25

Halloween

 

*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • Campsite rates $35-$55 + tax
  • Cabin rates are $100.00 + tax (Sunday-Wednesday) and $129.00 (Thursday-Saturday)
  • Call for weekly & monthly rates
  • Rates for family of 5 (2 adults, 3 chilfren)
  • Each additional person $5/night
  • Good Sam, AARP, AAA and Military Discounts (MC/V)

Discounts: Good Sam, AARP, AAA, and 10% Military Discount (active & veterans)

Age Restrictions: Must be 21 to make a reservation.

Pet Policy: Leashed Pets Welcome

  • Graceland

    Graceland is the beautiful 14-acre estate and colonial mansion purchased by legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll singer Elvis Presley shortly after his breakthrough into the pop charts in 1957. Graceland became more than a home to Elvis and his family & friends; it served as a headquarters for his artistic pursuits and a repository for his grand collections. Today, the estate is open to tours and has become a destination for hundreds of thousands of tourists over the years that come to see how he lived and enjoy the offerings of the museum, gift shops and more.

    http://www.elvis.com/graceland/

  • Beale Street

    Beale Street is known the world over as the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Named for an otherwise unknown Civil War hero and headquarters for General Grant during that conflict, Beale Street came into its own in the 1920’s as the arts and cultural center for Memphis. Today, Beale Street retains the charm of it’s storied past while offering world class entertainment.

    http://www.bealestreet.com/home.html

  • Mississippi River Cruises

    American Queen is the glorious flagship of the Majestic America Line fleet. In size and style, she represents the crown jewel of river cruising world-wide, offering for just 436 guests at a time an extraordinary experience of America.

    http://www.majesticamericaline.com/products/Ship.aspx?ID=1

  • Kidz Kountry Petting Zoo

    Activities available include pony rides, hay rides, games, milking the goat, pony cart ride, volleyball, train rides, turtle races, new playground, fishing, tetherball, basketball, and hay maze. Last but not least, the Petting zoo has over 150 friendly animals for your enjoyment.

    http://www.kidzkountrypettingzoo.com/

  • Orpheum

    Built in 1928, the 2500 seat Orpheum is one of the few remaining elegant<br />
    Movie Palaces of the 20’s. The 4.7 million dollar renovation included<br />
    refurbishing of ornamental plasterwork, crystal chandeliers and original<br />
    furnishings plus remodeling of backstage and technical areas. The theatre<br />
    presents a variety of events from Broadway shows and concerts to films.

    http://www.orpheum-memphis.com/




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