Frog Hollow Campground and RV Park

Address: 601 Hwy 7 N, Grenada, Mississippi, 38901, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 601 Hwy 7 N, Grenada.
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Travel Blogs from Grenada

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Jul 24, 2015

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... by van, we explored a little bit more of New York by morning, ate cheesecake for lunch (totally acceptable in NYC) and headed to DC, arriving around 6ish. Set up camp with the idiot proof tents and then headed out to view the Monuments by Moonlight'. The campsite was every bit as American as I thought it would be! Our 12 tents surrounded by a mass of RV's. While we were decamping, families around us say outside and watched football from one ...


A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Apr 13, 2015

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... that? The tour of the mansion was $40, but by this time I had sticker shock and I decided that I like The King, just not that much. So, I took a few pictures from the street and followed the blue foot prints in the sidewalk back to the parking lot. As we were leaving Memphis, we passed the McDonalds with the P90X/rockstar wannabes again. The trailer was packed up, but there was an addition to ...

Newyork newyork

A travel blog entry by lauraeshaw on May 16, 2014

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Set off on our adventure to the USA , slight hiccup at the beginning we got on the wrong train , not mentioning any names (ed didn't check the time of the ticket) we approached the couple "sat in our seat" ed politely says excuse me i think you are sat in our seats, after a comparison of tickets, "no mate your on the wrong train" turning to ed with a "ARE YOU ******* KIDDING ME" we scurried ourself onto some seats and swiftly moved ...

Natchez Parkway

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Nov 01, 2011

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... What that means is no commercial developments, an occasional scenic turnout, infrequent picnic areas and campgrounds and miles of forested road. The route runs along the historical path and every now and then you can access it for hiking, biking or horseback riding. At this time of year the Natchez Trace Parkway is deserted and the lack of traffic, it’s meandering course and 45 mile an hour speed limit made for a ...

More Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by rara-bep on Mar 15, 2011

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We are on our way to Destin to take more of our"stuff" and get everything arranged on the boat. Putting in the new ice maker and freezer this week. Finding cubby wholes for all this stuff will not be easy. We are taking our clothes on this trip and getting that all settled in. Our granddaughter ...