Roughing it smoothly

We currently have 102 RV connections for those of you who need RV reservations. Each RV space has water & electricity and plenty of space to enjoy the festival. Ask a park employee when you arrive for more details… or see the information below for more details on how to make a reservation. All RV reservations for the Great Southern Music Festival must be in by the Saturday before the festival. If you can not get reservations in by that time, we can still make room for you at the festival grounds. But it will be on first come bases on the RV sites that have not been reserved.

How to make a RV reservation:

1. If you want a shady site or a site you can get satellite reception, and don’t know how the sites are laid out you will need to email us first
2. All sites that are not marked as 50 or 110 V are 30 amp sites.
3. Pick out a RV spot by looking at the RV-Reservation-Map
4. Then contact us and let us know what RV site Letter & Number and the day you will be arriving. We recommend that you email us from http://pickersparadisepark.com/contact/ which is the contact page or if you have to call us you can call Pat at 229-221-5467 for reservations or general information.
5. You will get a email back from us on the information that you wanted and or you will get a confirmation back from us on your RV site. If you do not hear back from us within 5 days give us another email or call us.
6. Once you get your confirmation email from us, just sit back and relax because your reservations have been made. Now just get ready for a great time at the Great Southern Music Festival.

If you don’t need water and electricity connection…

It’s free to park your RV at the park without a water and electricity connection and you don’t need a reservation to do so, however if you do need to use the dump station there is a $10 charge for that.

RV connection prices:
30 amp – $15/night
50 amp – $20/night

Primitive Camping

If your a camper, when you arrive and setup camp you will realize the grounds in the park are some of the best around. The park is blessed with a beautiful pond with many fish, so don’t forget your fishing poles!! Many shade trees partially cover some of the park so you all that want shade I suggest you come early to reserve your spot. Primitive camping is free in designated areas around the park. Please see the Site Map for the areas where you can setup camp. We do not allow campers to setup next to the stage or in the yard between the founder’s house and pond. If a Primitive Camping site wants power you will need to bring your own extension cord and will be charge per day for your power usage.

Area Hotels

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